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It's typical of Russian made kits. They tend to use a lower grade of polystyrene; not all of them but nearly every Russian model I've ever purchased had the same issue.There is/was a problem with the big Z's hard plastic, 28mm minies....The plastic is/was too brittle. I don't have any of their skellies. I do have a box 0r two of their Medieval humans.
Lord_Bryon wrote:Perhaps WGF could produce a similar "Undead Cav" set. I know I'd buy them.
Lonnie wrote:That's the problem, armor. Our skeletons are not armored. We could have armored them but what in? Egyptian, Greek, Roman/Celt, Medieval styles, etc.? A combination? The leather bits holding the armor together would have all rotted away anyway. Given my druthers, I'd have made them Roman or Greek but it's been done (Roman) and we might find ourselves to be stepping on someone else's IP (probably). I'm all for saying that the magic holding them together gives them a "light" armor save (or heavy, if your Necromancer is particularly powerful) and the shield bonus stacks with the save.
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