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Future sets from Caesar Miniatures

Posted by KenzoSato on 25 Feb 2018, 09:11

Futur set from Caesar Miniatures

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Posted by Erich von Manstein on 25 Feb 2018, 15:10

Thanks for the update! :yeah:

A slightly commented duplicate of the linked list:

- ISIS (irregular infantry/terrorists?)
- Russian and Chinese Tank Crews (Cold War or modern?)
- German Tank Riders (WWII most probably?)
- NATO Tank Crews (Cold War or modern?)
- US modern Tank Crews and Soldiers (again, 1980s-90s or 2000s and onwards?)

Furthermore it would be interesting to know if these sets represent Caesars next imminent release batch or if they are principally additions to Caesars future release list?
http://www.plasticsoldierreview.com/FutureReleases.aspx

Anyway; surprising, original & inspiring sets here.
Quite heavy on “moderns“ though, which is not necessarily a bad thing considering the ongoing flow of ever more Cold War & modern 1/72 vehicles over the last decade. :yeah:

Any hint when we can approximately expect Caesars next releases?

Would be very happy if Caesar could manage to add some of their longer announced sets to their next release batch.
My personal favorites would be:
- WWII Dutch Infantry
- Russo Japanese War sets
- Byzantines
- Babylonians
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Posted by Paul on 25 Feb 2018, 15:39

Erich von Manstein wrote:
Would be very happy if Caesar could manage to add some of their longer announced sets to their next release batch.
My personal favorites would be:
- WWII Dutch Infantry
- Russo Japanese War sets
- Byzantines
- Babylonians
:thumbup:

I´ll second that and add the WotR´s set
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Posted by Traveller1865 on 25 Feb 2018, 19:06

A bit disappointed to be honest since Caesar sets are usually really good and these aren't really my periods, the German tank riders might be worth purchase though, but I think we could use new Russian tank riders to replace the average HaT offering.
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Posted by Umpapa on 25 Feb 2018, 21:06

Most if those options are very nice, I will buy some most of them.

I dream for:
Chinese WW2 Set 2
Chinese Warlords
Mexican Revolutionaries
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Posted by KenzoSato on 26 Feb 2018, 10:19

Here is more info link from Facebook of Caesar Miniatures

https://www.facebook.com/caesarminiknight/
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Posted by marc zijp on 26 Feb 2018, 12:22

I think the Hat Russian tankriders are very nice (as are the Preisser ones), but a good set of winter Russian tankriders is still one of those little omissions in the hobby.
I say little, but after all: I think of all the WW2 armies the Soviets used this kind of transport/ infantry attack most.
Perhaps even two sets: one in real cold wheater conditions/Siberian riflemen style.
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Posted by Traveller1865 on 26 Feb 2018, 13:04

marc zijp wrote:I think the Hat Russian tankriders are very nice (as are the Preisser ones), but a good set of winter Russian tankriders is still one of those little omissions in the hobby.
I say little, but after all: I think of all the WW2 armies the Soviets used this kind of transport/ infantry attack most.
Perhaps even two sets: one in real cold wheater conditions/Siberian riflemen style.


Well they were ok, I did paint the entire set, it had good value for money.

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