Halflings and giants for hire

2014-06-04 Khaiell

Back in 2001 Games Workshop had a nice Albion-themed giants as well as all the Dogs of War craziness at its height

Picture described below
Lumpin Croops Halflings -- a Dogs of War Regiment of Renown
Albion Giants from Dark Shadows Warhammer supplement (2001)

Nowadays the models still make a nice addition, especially to an Empire army where the halflings can be used either as huntsmen or just a chaff archer detachment

See the pictures as separate pages: Albion Giants from Dark Shadows Warhammer supplement (2001) * Lumpin Croops Halflings -- a Dogs of War Regiment of Renown

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