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Huron / Wendat 28mm Warparty (Article Round Up)

In this post, we take a look at the Huron / Wendat 28mm War Party by Crucible Crush. Now, this war band is meant for Flint and Feather, but you can play any number of Historical or Fantasy Games. I would even use them for Frostgrave: Ghost Archipelago.

In this article, I link the Showcase articles together from one post.

My friend Dave bought the miniatures as the Huron / Wendat War Party. I bought some of the same models, but I bought mine in a blister pack so I only own 5 of them. Crucible Crush makes both available through their online store and at their booth at various conventions.

The Unpainted Minis

Right off the top, you can see that Crucible Crush packed a good amount of details into these models. They are a little chunky in the deepness of their details, but that makes them easier to paint. Check this guy out! Wow! Nice Sculpting.

An Unpainted Huron Warrior. As you can see, this is a really nice looking model!
A Huron Warrior in full wood armour. So Cool!!!

If you want to see how the minis look before painting, I wrote articles about the Hurons and one about the Iroquois.

Of course, the models are much more interesting when they are painted so let’s take a look at Dave Lamers’ work.

Painted Huron / Wendat War Party for Flint and Feather

Huron / Wendat 28mm War Party
The group all together. All of these minis (except one) comes in the boxed set of the Huron / Wendat 28mm War Party.

I divided the individual shots of the war band into four separate articles. Click on each image to find the link to the related post.

Flint and Feather Miniature Showcase Huron Wendat Native American Miniatures 28mm
Huron / Wendat Archers
Flint and Feather Huron / Wendat Leader Miniatures Painted Showcase Crucible Crush Miniatures
Melee Warriors of the Huron Tribes - Native American Miniatures 28mm Gaming

As a bonus, I also have a piece I did for Bell of Lost Souls with some of the same figures painted by someone else.

Flint and Feather Miniatures by Crucible Crush Spotlight

Wrapping it up…

Overall, these are some really cool miniatures. If you haven’t checked them out yet, be sure to give them a look.

Finally, if you want to know how the game plays, I have a Battle Report of the game too.

Flint and Feather Wargame Plan of Attack
A picture of my Battle Plan from a game of Flint and Feather. I am the Yellow arrows.

Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!

Native American 28mm miniatures for historical or fantasy gaming - Flint and Feather
A final look at the complete Huron / Wendat War Party owned by Dave.

This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Andrés F.

    These minis have a lot of character to them, and the paintjobs really enhance them. Warpaint must be so fun to paint. I don’t collect this period (I’m trying to narrow my focus, and my goal for 2019 is to stop collecting everything that strikes my fancy and actually play some of the games I own 😀 ), but if I did collect Native Americans, I’d be in love with this range of minis!

    1. Jacob Stauttener

      Hey Andres,

      It can be tough to narrow down your focus like that. There are so many games and models that catch my eyes! Thanks for the comment. What I like best about these minis is that the guys from Crucible Crush attend the conventions in my local gaming scene so I actually get to see and talk to the sculptors and producers of the game. It’s also a neat system with awesome miniatures. 🙂

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