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Flint and Feather Showcase: Huron Wendat Warband (Part 4 – Melee Warriors)

In this post, we take a look at three Melee Warriors from Flint and Feather. For those that do not know, Flint and Feather is a campaign miniatures game focusing on the warriors of the Great Lakes region of North America before the arrival of European Settlers. If you like these miniatures, you can find them in the Huron / Wendat War Party Boxed Set off of the Crucible Crush Store. 

My friend Dave Lamers painted these up and lent them to me for the purposes of this showcase article. Thanks Dave! 

Huron / Wendat Melee Warriors

We have seen some of the melee warriors from the boxed set in part one of this article series and in an article I wrote for Bell of Lost Souls

Today, we look at three more of those models. 

Three Native American Miniatures - 28mm Indian Warriors
Which one is your favourite of the above three?

The Individual Warriors 

These guys are pretty cool. Of the three, my favourite is the one with a spear and club. 

Spear Warrior - Native American Huron Wendat melee warrior
This guy is really cool. His face is a little blurry due to the speed of his movement throwing that spear.  😀
Huron Wendat Spear-man warrior
The back of the same model. Some nice definition in this model. 

My next favourite would be the man running into battle with his club ready. 

This guy is running into battle to protect his friends. 
Again, another great mini by Crucible Crush

The final warrior looks very well like he could be a leader of the group. 

A Great Warrior. This guy could possibly be one of the leaders of the group. 
Another fantastic looking miniature. Awesome for historical games or anything else you might have in mind. 

Wrapping it up…

Hopefully you enjoyed this quick look at some Huron / Wendat Melee Warriors by Crucible Crush. I personally think these models are great and have a collection of my own too.

Again, the models pictured here belong to Dave Lamers and he does Commission Work for anyone interested. 

A final shot of the three warriors together. 

Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!! 

All pictures above were taken on a Cigar Box Battle Gaming Mat. 

Articles of Interest

Flint and Feather Huron / Wendat Warrior Article Round Up 28mm miniature review by Crucible Crush
The Warband Wrap Up Article.
Flint and Feather Huron / Wendat Leader Miniatures Painted Showcase Crucible Crush Miniatures

Part 3 of our Huron / Wendat War Party focuses on the Companions or Leaders of the group.
Huron / Wendat Archers
Part Two of our Huron / Wendat War Party Showcase focuses on the archers in the group
Flint and Feather Miniature Showcase Huron Wendat Native American Miniatures
Check out Part One of our Huron / Wendat Warband Showcase.
Playing Flint and Feather by Crucible Crush
A Flint and Feather Battle Report.
Flint and Feather Miniature article about Crucible Crush on Bell of Lost Souls
Flint and Feather Article by me on Bell of Lost Souls – Checking out the Miniatures of Flint and Feather.

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  1. Andrés F.

    Beautiful minis. Have you played Flint & Feather? If so, is it any good?

    By the way, besides the other game I want you to review, Test of Honour, there’s a new one I absolutely *need* you to comment on: Rangers of Shadow Deep! Knowing how much you like Frostgrave, I’m sure you must have this game in your sights 😉

    1. Jacob Stauttener

      Hi Andres,

      I have played Flint & Feather a few times. It uses the same core rules as Mad Dogs with Guns (published by Osprey Games) with some updates. The campaign system is different in that it has more randomized mechanisms to prevent a run away warband from dominating the game, but I am not a fan of random. That said, the rules look promising and I have not tried the campaign system yet.

      Test of Honour I hope to review sometime in the near future. I don’t know if I will get the game, but I have a few friends who bought into the system. If I find time to play them, I will make a report and review.

      Rangers of Shadow Deep I bought and the physical copy just came in last week. I haven’t had time to read it yet, but it is larger than I expected. Joseph McCullough has certainly been busy. Currently I have a backlog, so I don’t know when I will get to it, but it is certainly in my sights and in my possession. 🙂

      Thanks for the comment!

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