|Commanders, foot and mounted|
I got a Medieval French and a Medieval German army, intending to paint one of them in the colors of the Iron League (Sunndi, Idee, Irongate, and Onnwal) and the other in the colors of the Great Kingdom (specifically South Province, Medegia, and possibly some Imperial troops as well). I also ended up getting a bunch of peasant levies (because those Dragon magazine articles on the events in the Flanaess often make mention of the commanders employing large number of peasant levies in their campaigns) and a couple of camps to round things out.
I haven't decided which will be which yet, but the best part is, even if they're painted as Greyhawk armies, they can still be put to use as regular German and French armies, should I ever feel like taking them to a Field of Glory tournament. The easiest thing (from a Field of Glory point of view) is that Old Glory 15s sells entire starter armies, straight from the rulebooks, pre-sorted for you (the bags even tell you which battlegroup is which). An excellent idea (admittedly not unique to them, but hardly universal), and I note they do the same for other game systems such as Lasalle and DBM.
|Some mounted crossbowmen|
In the order there were a total of 6 figures missing (out of 1500 or so for the entire order; again not an altogether unexpected occurrence when buying large numbers of figures). I contacted Old Glory by email and got an immediate response that replacements were on their way. They were similarly responsive to questions I had as I was putting the order together. The customer service is excellent, from my experience.
|A camp set|
Note: The photographs of the figures in this post come from the Old Glory 15s website, are Copyright (c) 2005-2010 by 19th Century Miniatures LLC, and are used with their kind permission.