|Mixes best with:||East Riding Miniatures or GW.|
|Long Review:||The four figures I have consist of a spearman, standing with his spear at ease; two swordsmen and an archer who has just loosed. All four are wearing scale armour and spiky helmets, as well as shaggy fur boots.
They don't resemble the orcs I recall from my AD&D days much- they have more in common with the GW heavy-set hulking brutes, especially with the prognathous jaws and many protruding teeth.
The figures are of the usual Renegade standard- minimal flash and mould-lines, neatly animated and with very expressive faces.
|Commentary:||Although I haven't any other figures at hand to compare to these, they certainly match my recollections of GW orcs.|
|Historical Accuracy:||How historical can an orc be?|
|Sculpting:||Clean, useful sculpts. They come on tabs to fit in the supplied slotta-bases.|
|Casting:||Average. There is a minimal amount of cleaning, but not excessively so.|
|Sources:||Review samples donated by friends.|
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