Flint and Feather Showcase: Huron Wendat Warband (Part 3 – Leaders)
In this showcase, we take a look at the Huron / Wendat Warband Leaders (Companions) from Flint & Feather. This is the third post in our ongoing series of the miniatures in Crucible Crush’s Flint & Feather Huron / Wendet War Party. Links to the other articles in the series are at the bottom of this post.
If you have not heard of Flint and Feather, it is a historical skirmish level miniatures game set in the era before Europeans arrived in North America. The game focuses specifically on the Great Lakes region and Bob Murch designed the miniatures.
Dave Lamers painted up these beautiful figures by Crucible Crush and lent them to me for the purposes of this article. Thanks so much Dave. They look great! I hope you enjoy this photo showcase of your work! Pictures by Jacob Stauttener (me).
Huron / Wendat Leaders
Which miniatures in the set represent the leaders could be subjective. You may notice that I decided to focus on a different figure than what Crucible Crush packs in their 67006 Huron/Wendat War Companions blister pack. There is no specific reason reason that I covered this one over the one in the actual blister. I just thought he looks like a leader too. The other three miniatures in this showcase are from the blister pack listed above in case you want to buy them individually.
Now, let’s take a closer look.
The Individual Miniatures
Check these guys out. I really like the style of Bob Murch’s miniatures.
The Miniature from a Different Blister
All of the minis above come from the 67006 Huron/Wendat War Companions blister pack, but Dave got these miniatures out of the Huron / Wendet War Party boxed set. As such, I chose a different mini to showcase in this article. The miniature below does not come from the Companions blister pack, but he is still very cool! The actual blister comes with a different mini as the fourth model.
Wrapping it up…
Hopefully you enjoyed this quick Miniature Showcase. These excellent figures by Crucible Crush are intended for Flint and Feather, but could be used for a variety of other games including [amazon_textlink asin=’1472817346′ text=’Frostgrave: Ghost Archipelago’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’mustcontainmi-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’7cee9153-eede-11e8-b560-a7c2c7d0a210′] and [amazon_textlink asin=’0692786287′ text=’Blood & Plunder’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’mustcontainmi-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’72392c80-eede-11e8-85d0-b96879fbc8e7′].
Special thanks goes out to Dave Lamers for allowing me to photograph his miniatures. If you like what you see here, Dave Lamers does commission painting for people local to the Guelph, Waterloo and Hamilton areas (in Ontario). Great Job Dave!
Finally, let’s take a look at the four miniatures together again in a group shot.
Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!
All pictures above were taken on a Cigar Box Battle Gaming Mat.
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