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Caesar's Legions

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This box set provides the forces for you to create the legions of Julius Caesar. Battle across the Mediterranean world and launch your invasion of Britain with the finest military machine of the Ancient World!

Box includes:

  • 48 multi-part hard plastic figures
  • 3 Centurions
  • 3 Optios
  • 3 Signifers
  • 3 Cornicens
  • 12 Standing Legionaries
  • 12 Stabbing Legionaries
  • 12 Throwing Legionaries

Separate arms, heads, and shields allow you to customize your forces for battle.

This box set provides enough troops for three Field of Glory™ Legionary Battle Groups.

Compatible with the Field of Glory™ Rise of Rome Gaming Companion Book.

Figures painted by ZeroTwentyThree and Joe Dunn.

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errol shim commented on 29-Mar-2008 03:08 AM5 out of 5 stars
thank you, looking forward to getting started building an army.
Anonymous commented on 29-Mar-2008 07:51 AM1 out of 5 stars
It should have pics of the actuak models
Tony @ Wargames Factory commented on 29-Mar-2008 09:45 AM5 out of 5 stars
Hi Anonymous -- more pics coming soon!


Also, check out the Workbench!



Thanks you!




Tony


Tony Reidy


CEO


Wargames Factory

Jeff Fletcher commented on 03-Apr-2008 11:14 AM4 out of 5 stars
Will boxes without command figures be available? The sets are a bit command heavy for my tastes and it would be nice to have the option to get more regular line troops.
Tony @ Wargames Factory commented on 03-Apr-2008 12:08 PM5 out of 5 stars
Hi Jeff -- the boxes are designed to allow you to field 3 Battle Groups of Legionaries for the Late Republican Roman list in Field of Glory's Rise of Rome companion army list book.



You could alternatively create 2 large units with command and 18 legionaries in each (22 figure units) -- and take the extra command figures to create a vignette stand -- or use them for casualty markers with a little modeling!



All the best,

Tony



Tony Reidy

CEO

Wargames Factory

Samuel Thrwoer commented on 04-Apr-2008 04:58 PM5 out of 5 stars
Could we get some photos of a ranked up unit so that we can see what it looks like? That would be awesome! Thanks and keep up the good work!
Simon Taylor commented on 10-Apr-2008 05:54 PM3 out of 5 stars
Looking forward to the actual figs - progress so far is very exciting, great work!
Scott commented on 11-Apr-2008 11:17 AM3 out of 5 stars
Not about to put the money down for a product sight-unseen, but excited about the eventual releases!
James Stiles commented on 15-Apr-2008 12:16 PM3 out of 5 stars
Excellent Idea! I see that the Perry's are doing the same with ACW. Unfortunately I have plenty of Roman 28's. I've been waiting for Napoleonics or Seven Yrs War stuff for some time, but I don't want to spend $1000 per army.
Mark Phoenix commented on 17-Apr-2008 04:31 AM4 out of 5 stars
Have visited the workbench area and these miniatures look great! Looking forward to getting these and the Celts when they become available...:)
jeremy cobert commented on 17-Apr-2008 11:07 AM3 out of 5 stars
will there be pictures of the actual models on the boxes ? i remember AEG made the mistake of just using art on their boxes of clanwar, so you had no idea what the models looked like inside.
Glenn Drover commented on 20-Apr-2008 10:01 PM4 out of 5 stars
These look terrific. I'm actually just now putting together my Punic War romans and Carthaginians. How long will I have to wait to buy yours in this range?

Thanks
Anonymous commented on 23-Apr-2008 04:49 PM5 out of 5 stars
Roma Victor!
Allan commented on 10-May-2008 06:40 AM5 out of 5 stars
Please, Please, Please, Please can we see a few painted minis.

Happy Gaming!

Allan
Agricola commented on 11-May-2008 12:40 AM4 out of 5 stars
Looks good so far

I agree with the majority of the other comments: pictures would be useful in making a descision about purchasing.
Patrick commented on 14-May-2008 10:14 PM5 out of 5 stars
I love them when will they come out please tell when launch date is i love them so much i will buy at least 6 boxes i think
Ralph commented on 16-May-2008 04:38 AM5 out of 5 stars
Everything sounds promising but I would like to see some photos of thee actual figures; both unpainted and painted, singularily and ranked up in a unit.
John commented on 21-May-2008 05:18 PM5 out of 5 stars
I'll be getting some of these, I just love the models.

I'll be all over those Men-At-Arms and Bowmen for my Bretonnian army as well. ;)
orion commented on 22-May-2008 01:58 PM3 out of 5 stars
pic's soon?
Joe commented on 05-Jun-2008 11:37 PM3 out of 5 stars
What happen, since 20 may the guys from this company don't give news ???

We want to see the models and have some news...
Larry Fausnacht commented on 16-Jun-2008 07:37 PM3 out of 5 stars
It is a bit strange that Wargames Factory and Warlord Games are both releasing Romans and Celts in 25-28mm hard plastic. Hopefully WF will get into the medieval support since WG already has their first Roman box on the market and is soon to release their Celts. In all honesty I would prefer to support an American company (and avoid trans-Atlantic shipping costs) than an English one but the quality of the miniatures is still the paramount concern.

Please, Wargames Factory, let us see the goods!
JB commented on 10-Jul-2008 07:41 PM3 out of 5 stars
Looks good. I think it's a fair value for the amount of mini's you get. Can't wait to see pictures of the sprues and samples of assembled minis.
Adam commented on 04-Aug-2008 03:20 PM5 out of 5 stars
I really do like these miniatures, but I was wondering if you might include bases for the miniatures and a list of possible ways to organize the figs so that they best fit the Field of Glory rules? I think that they are awesome though.
john H commented on 10-Sep-2008 04:45 PM4 out of 5 stars
Hi any release date for romans , they seem a bit like Billy Bunter's Postal order,ie always due but never arriving. Will there be just one type of transfer in these boxes or several different transfers.
Michael commented on 30-Sep-2008 11:57 PM3 out of 5 stars
I am trying to make a small list with what will come in the roman army box of minitures but I have a couple of questions.
1.) I am asuming that the Centurions, Optios, Signifers,and Cornicens are not actually command figs because if they are modeled separatley then you do not have enough figs to make 4 bases with 4 models each for 3 battle groups (48 models exactly). So if those special figs are to be modeled in with the battle groups should I make just one base with one of each special fig for each battle group? Or should I spread them out, putting one of each special fig on separate bases within the same battle group?

2.) The models with throwing spears are clearly ment to be classed as heavy armoured given their large shields and metal amour that they are wearing. However, in the Rise of Rome book the only spear throwing fig listed is un armoured. So I am allowed to officially alter the models profile and point cost according to the main rules so that my models capabilites are acuratly represented?

I know thats alot but I greatly appreciate any feed back.
Tony @ Wargames Factory commented on 01-Oct-2008 07:08 AM5 out of 5 stars
Hi Michael,

You will probably want your Centurion, Signifer, and Cornicen in the front row of your BG with the Optio in the rear row. If you do larger BGS (more than 16-figures) you can also take some of these and use them on a Command stand.

Re: designation of LRR in the Field of Glory books. Historically, legionaries threw their pilum prior to charging in with their scutum (shield) and gladius (sword). You might want to make a post up on the Field of Glory forums at http://www.fieldofglory.com to ask about this.

Hope that helps!

Tony

Tony Reidy
Wargames Factory
Donovan commented on 15-Oct-2008 03:38 AM5 out of 5 stars
RE: The pilum throwing: This is considered part of the impact phase and not actual 'shooting'. Much like Tony says, they were only used prior to contact - not as a sustained missle.

Hey Tony, any way we can see examples of the battle groups using your figures? I would really like to see how these form up on FoG bases.
John Cope commented on 15-Oct-2008 07:23 PM3 out of 5 stars
I feel a civil war coming on having just read Ospreys Philippi and Caesars Civil Wars. But if you have any influence over Osprey steer them towards Alesia as a title as that could stimulate intrest in buying Gauls. Great figures though now waiting with baited breath for Northstar to start selling them in the UK.
Crazy Harborc commented on 15-Oct-2008 10:44 PM4 out of 5 stars
Finally!! Good news, the troops are marching out.

Now, When will the Celts be coming. A date would be nice.
Anonymous commented on 16-Oct-2008 08:04 PM5 out of 5 stars
Really cool!! Cant Wait To get one.
But it would be cool if in workbench you saw more photos of when they were painted...
eques commented on 19-Oct-2008 05:53 PM3 out of 5 stars
yeah would be nice to be able to get them in the uk - they do look good and marian legionaries are not too well represented among the established manufacturers. suppose i'll have to wait a while for the persians!
John Cope commented on 28-Oct-2008 02:51 PM5 out of 5 stars
Northstar are now selling these in the UK and my orders in!
Shawn Miller commented on 06-Nov-2008 06:31 PM4 out of 5 stars
Good looking work guys and gals! Can't wait for the Imperial Legions.
Warren Stevens commented on 09-Nov-2008 05:20 AM3 out of 5 stars
Got these yesterday via Caliver Books - well worth the wait and the extra compensation for that - like the models both lots!

It will be great to multipose these guys, as other ranges are very limited.
Centurion Bryan commented on 10-Nov-2008 09:29 PM5 out of 5 stars
Picked these up at Fall In and just finished assembly and priming. Detail level is really nice. They are very close in style and size to the old Foundry Caesareans and also the stuff Copplestone did for Companion. Highly recommended. Especially when you would have to pay over 100 bucks to get the same # of Foundry figures.
Labienus commented on 13-Nov-2008 11:50 AM5 out of 5 stars
I am still waiting for the box pre-ordered here, but I couldn't wait any longer and ordered some from Cavalier Books. They arrived yesterday and I painted a legionary straight away. I agree with 'Centurion Bryan' 100%.
GREAT value for money. I just hope they'll do more late republican Roman stuff (cavalry, auxiliaries, etc.)
Well done, Wargames Factory!

Cheers
Tony @ Wargames Factory commented on 14-Nov-2008 08:52 AM5 out of 5 stars
Hi Labienus, can you contact me? I want to check on your order as all Roman pre-orders have all been shipped out for quite some time.

You can quick on "Contact Us" at the top of the page to send an email.

Thanks so much,
Tony

Tony Reidy
Wargames Factory
http://www.wargamesfactory.com
Charles Robinson commented on 03-Dec-2008 08:11 PM3 out of 5 stars
Do you have a production list of future sets? I just recently checked out Fields of Glory and Your Site and I am very interested in the Punic Wars. I am wanting to see what you have in the pipe line and their 'estimated' release dates. Everything I have seen for this set is great!
fuzzball commented on 06-Jan-2009 11:32 PM5 out of 5 stars
will there be archers and other kinds of infantry?
carlo rossi commented on 08-Jan-2009 01:36 PM5 out of 5 stars
The Roman legion is stupendous compliments...
I would want to do you some questions!!
1 - it would be possible to also see even the spurious ones of assemblage in photo.
2 - I could see the other concerning products the Roman epoch him on the 28mm that on the 15mm...

carlo.wargames@libero.it thanks
David Jones commented on 11-Jan-2009 06:43 AM5 out of 5 stars
These look great!

David
www.tabletopreview.com
Matt G. commented on 15-Jan-2009 02:31 PM5 out of 5 stars
I'm very likely to get these, as they look fantastic. My only curiosity is whether we could see a picture of the sprues themselves, like you have on the Zulu wars page.

Anyway, these are great.
AJ commented on 02-Mar-2009 05:22 PM4 out of 5 stars
Could you post a pic of the actual sprues? Just to get an idea of how many pieces and how they go together?
Doc commented on 04-Apr-2009 09:39 PM5 out of 5 stars
Bought a couple of boxes on impulse from a local hobby shop, and was very pleasantly surprised -- after 30+ years of painting figs, that's saying a lot. Nicely done figures, historically accurate, with reasonably good detail. Very clean molding. Paint-up almost as well as the best lead figs. Assembly takes time, but I love the cost.
NightHawk12 commented on 06-Apr-2009 04:21 AM5 out of 5 stars
Do they have any stores in Australia because I really want to start an army
Georkins commented on 26-Apr-2009 10:48 AM4 out of 5 stars
These Romans look really good. It's about time that there were plastic 28mm figures on the market that weren't GW! This is good mainly because your figures are much cheaper than theirs. Just a couple of questions, would you be able to fit these figures into a GW movement tray? Also, 3 Centurions, 3 optios, 3 cornicens and 3 signifiers seems a bit much, why don't you put one of each in? Or create a command pack?
klay commented on 04-May-2009 10:37 PM5 out of 5 stars
hey great stuff...good enough to make me want to leap from 15mm figs to the big guys....but need the full complement--what about the roman velites and such? are they destined to arrive anytime soon? seems imperative to get two full armies up and running so folks can paint up and go to the fields.
Earl of the North commented on 12-May-2009 03:58 PM5 out of 5 stars
I decided to start buying some of the ancients to use in some fantasy gaming while I wait on the Greatcoat infantry......So here's to my first of many WF purchases.


John
Marx8 commented on 26-May-2009 11:05 PM4 out of 5 stars
If any of you have the warlord plastic romans, how would you say they compare to these ones?
nighthawk commented on 12-Aug-2009 11:48 PM3 out of 5 stars
nighthawk -mindgames in melbourne swanston street have some of this stuff. i expect some other independent retailers also would.
Determined Guardian commented on 07-Sep-2009 12:01 PM4 out of 5 stars
Brilliant! I'm gonna forward this site to my other 40k/WHFB friends; I know they'll love these models.

These Roman Legionnaires will make excellent alternate models for Warhammer Empire soldiers. Thanks again WGF!
Billpete002 commented on 09-Sep-2009 07:00 AM5 out of 5 stars
I think I just crapped my pants and you fine sirs just got $40
westphalia commented on 09-Sep-2009 09:53 AM4 out of 5 stars
Love the Romans. Ranking them up is a bit difficult, and I found some poses "worked" better than others. Nonetheless, for a first effort, these were a pleasant - no - wonderful surprise. I've always wanted Caesar's army, but was unable/unwilling to pay Foundry prices for them. Your Germans and Celts show just how much progress in the model-making art you've made. Congrats!
The Dozing Dragon commented on 09-Sep-2009 10:58 AM5 out of 5 stars
Great promotion but I only wanted one box to try and the P&P throws it back up again - doh! I'll pick some up eventually!
Anonymous commented on 09-Sep-2009 12:14 PM3 out of 5 stars
product is out of stock :(

or choose smaller quantity...

wanted 5, it wont let me order 1...

great promotion, guess i missed out

Shaun

Tony @ Wargames Factory commented on 09-Sep-2009 12:23 PM5 out of 5 stars
Sorry about that Shaun - all fixed now.
Todd Duckett commented on 25-Sep-2009 11:36 PM3 out of 5 stars
took advantage of the 09/09/09 sale ... wish I had ordered another box. The figures are awesome. I've spent most of my free time the last 4 days putting romans together.
Andy commented on 05-Oct-2009 06:31 PM4 out of 5 stars
Got a box of romans the other day along with some british zulus. Im glad their the same hight as my old glory metal romans. My only complaint so far is that Ive had to cut on all the ball joint heads to fit right. Not that big a deal though, Ive had to deal with worse. Details not bad for plastics and in a few days Ill be able to compare them painted to my old glory metal minis. Good job keep it up...
Malorian commented on 20-Oct-2009 11:45 AM5 out of 5 stars
I just got my boxes in and got some free stuff with it too :)

These minis are great even at full price, but on sale, with the extra thrown in, these easily rate at amazing!
He Who Must Not Be Named commented on 02-Nov-2009 04:54 PM3 out of 5 stars
Is there enough equipment so that ALL the Legionnaires have swords and Shields? I want to use these guys for an alternate-miniature WHFB Empire army. :D
steele commented on 13-Nov-2009 08:53 AM4 out of 5 stars
where are you guys based
Percy Barbarossa commented on 30-Jan-2010 12:38 PM3 out of 5 stars
how many heads are included in the box set? if theres extra I wanted to know how many light infantry sprues I should order
Anonymous commented on 17-Mar-2010 03:25 PM5 out of 5 stars
i was wondering do they come with bases?
i'd love to know!
thanks
Jon commented on 20-Mar-2010 12:12 PM4 out of 5 stars
These look very nice, and I'm looking at getting some plastic 28mm Romans soon. Any chance of some sprue pics?
Douglas Welch commented on 22-Mar-2010 02:05 AM4 out of 5 stars
Mostly AWESOME! I love having the ability to individualize my legionaries. My only suggestion/issue is that the command element is a bit over-represented and I would have preferred maybe 2 of each with the difference filled in with rank & file troops.
The poses, the uniforms, armor and helmets as well as all of the weapons are really great, especially the "Mainz" pattern of the swords, really a great touch. Although these troops could be used from the age of Marius (100BC) up til about the reign of Augustus, there are parts like the aforementioned swords, really make this army ideal for Caesar's time. I can't wait to field these guys against some Gauls or Germans.
Matt Walsh commented on 23-Mar-2010 03:33 AM5 out of 5 stars
These look awesome, and i have just invested in a roman army starter set. Think im gonna fill it in with a couple of these bad boys :).
ryan commented on 17-Apr-2010 06:54 PM5 out of 5 stars
so is this kit all foot infantry? if it is im interested
Abraham Griffin commented on 15-May-2010 09:17 PM5 out of 5 stars
Will you be handling the later version of the Legionnaire? If I am not mistaken, these look more like the Hastati/Principes.
chris commented on 19-May-2010 04:12 PM5 out of 5 stars
this is the army i am starting out with wish me luck
Jake commented on 29-Jun-2010 01:03 PM5 out of 5 stars
Really eager to be starting this army!!! Great set!
Jonah Hinga commented on 02-Jul-2010 08:20 AM4 out of 5 stars
Nice product. It is really nice. Can't wait to get some germans as well!!
Mat commented on 20-Jul-2010 10:51 AM5 out of 5 stars
Very nice, easy to make and look great painted, based on coins the weight issue for plastic fig's is no longer a problem
what? commented on 30-Aug-2010 08:24 PM3 out of 5 stars
ummm, ok. i like the models, but all mine came with was people with swords and spears and shields... no command ANYTHING in sight. what the heck happened?!
OLiver commented on 06-Oct-2010 01:07 PM3 out of 5 stars
WERE ARE THE ROMAN BOW'S AND ARROWS? THE ROMAN ARMY NEEDS THEM LOL...
OLiver commented on 06-Oct-2010 07:18 PM5 out of 5 stars
UP DATE THE ROMAN ARMY WITH MORE METAL PLATEING. AND SQURE SHIELDS.
Michael commented on 19-May-2011 11:49 PM5 out of 5 stars
Excellent wargames figures, as a Roman military historian/history professor and a wargamer, these are fantastic miniatures for the price. My one quibble is that the centurion seems more appropriate for the 1st Century AD (with the helmet) than the 1st
Century BC Marian army but I just trimmed off his helmet crest and used the head for a regular legionary. Kudos, chaps! You've made it possible for me to add yet another Roman army to my collection, now if only I could find a figure of Octavian/Augustus...
;)
paco commented on 07-Jul-2011 05:09 PM5 out of 5 stars
Very nice pack. I chose these because of the rounded shield and helmet style, which I find more interesting then the later Imperial uniforms. Thank you.
Robert Clark commented on 20-Sep-2011 04:12 AM4 out of 5 stars
I am in agreement with Abraham Griffin: Will you be handling the later version of the Legionnaire? If I am not mistaken, these look more like the Hastati/Principes. It would be nice to see some later aged roman legionnaires, and get some auxilia infantry
into the mix. Any idea if or even when you might throw some into the mix? I would jump more for those classic romans then these. Dont get me wrong though, These are quite nice and I would recommend them to other collectors. :)
Eury commented on 22-Jan-2012 05:01 PM5 out of 5 stars
These are great models, affordable, customizable and good looking. I bought a box set and you can make 3 units of 16 with it, which is great for $30. I also appreciate that they are appropriate for the Caesarian period, so Gallic War and Civil War. I imagine
if you used the arms and spears from the Numidian box set you could make Triarii for Punic War as well.
Terry commented on 13-Mar-2012 07:27 PM5 out of 5 stars
Just wanted to say that i bought some of these models, as well as some Samuri handgunners, and they are FANTASTIC! Thank you guys so much for doing what you do, offering a good number of models at an averag Joe price. Thank you thank you thank you! :)
Terry commented on 13-Mar-2012 07:27 PM5 out of 5 stars
Just wanted to say that i bought some of these models, as well as some Samuri handgunners, and they are FANTASTIC! Thank you guys so much for doing what you do, offering a good number of models at an averag Joe price. Thank you thank you thank you! :)
Paul commented on 18-Apr-2012 07:18 AM5 out of 5 stars
Must have these...
Tom Halpin commented on 11-Aug-2012 05:17 PM5 out of 5 stars
I finally got a box of your Caesar's Legionaries from 3vWargames via Amazon. Not only are these figurines excellent quality and value for money, but I am also really impressed with the overall product design - sprues that sit together snugly so they fit
into a smaller box; box made from recycled card; box art includes tents for those who wish to utilise them - this is a great product. I immediately bought another 2 boxes direct from 3v.Wargames(who manufacture excellent sets of shield transfers)
Zagy20 commented on 19-Sep-2012 12:45 AM3 out of 5 stars
These look brilliant but I would love to see some imperial Roman legionaries, historically accurate or not I want to recreate the opening battle scene from Gladiator.
Rhasis commented on 16-Oct-2012 06:47 PM5 out of 5 stars
Amazing, just amazing


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