Painting update: Rohan Watchtower and Pallisade   7 comments

Posted April 18, 2020 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

7 responses to “Painting update: Rohan Watchtower and Pallisade

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  1. Great work! I’m definately getting one of these for my historical minis!

    • Good idea. Very versatile and the tower will do great for any Saxon/ Viking/ Celtic motif because the Horse was a symbol for them. Thinking of Hengest and Horsa for example.

      • I found an old GW “mighty fortress” that may well end up as Constantinople if the lockdown continues! Definately putting that palisade on the wish list though!

  2. You should watch the Ottoman Empire series on Netflix to inspire your fortress design.

    • That series was amazing. Loved every minute of it!! Great shout!
      Thanks to you I went to buy a fort and ended up buying three plastic Viking ships and a model Aqueduct!!😀😢😷
      Best wishes

  3. Lol! Wow great shopping. 3 ships is going to be quite the invasion fleet.

  4. Vandals arriving in Africa! I will get round to buying that stockade though!

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