There are a few 'restrictions' to this Review. Firstly, these are figures allocated to the Greeks. It doesn't include my Asiatic Greek hoplites - Ionian, Carian, other Asiatic. Those are part of the Persian forces. Nor does it include a load of figures allocated to the Atlantean army. Charles Grant collection are likewise excluded as I don't tend to think of them as being part of my armies - they're part of the Charles Grant Collection.
One other restriction, again as part of my allocation to specific armies. With the exception of the Spartan cavalry, all Minifigs cavalry are listed as part of the various Macedonian armies and only Garrison figures have been allocated to the Greeks. Some other Minifigs Greek cavalry have been allocated to Atlantis. To be fair, there's enough of the things to let me do that!
|Hoplites plus cavalry and some of the peltasts.|
|The army set up including light infantry screen. All the light infantry with light green bases are ex-Harry. All but two of the cavalry units are 'mine'.|
|I haven't the faintest idea of how many of this figure I have - some as 2 to a base, some with 3. Including masses from Harry, loads of the Grant ones and mine I think the final figure is in excess of 300! Nowhere near that have been put to use.|
|Ex Harry cavalry, this lot have been converted from shielded to shieldless.|
|The front base of peltasts are survivors from the 70s. The next lot are Thracians converted by the simply expedient of painting trouser-legged Dacians as bare-legged. As far as I am aware this figure was never released by Greenwood and Ball.|
|And of course the obligatory photo of some that haven't been 'processed' yet.|
So the army on display consists of 626 hoplites, 92 peltasts, 114 light infantry, 125 cavalry, 2 generals and 3 war engines - just under 1,000 figures covering roughly 4' x 4' of the table.