Tuesday, 30 October 2012

The Gurék of Mákhis

 TEK-2000 Archer 1 - Defending


TEK-2001 Archer 2 - Firing

 TEK-2002 Female Archer


The city of Mákhis in Yán Kór is famous for its long-bowmen and the distinctive headdress they wear. The Clan of Flying Dragon-Fish, which rules Mákhis, contributes a gurék to Baron Áld's forces. The gurék consists of 5000 medium infantry armed with long barbed spears, targe shields and axes or swords; and 7000 of the aforementioned longbowmen.

These figures are not yet available but are coming soon, very soon. All are sculpted by Allan Marsh. While firing, the long-bowmen customarily plant their shields in the earth in front of them, which is one of the reasons the shield has a spike at its base. The medium infantry are still being worked on.


  1. I have to confess that the femininity of the 'female archer' is far, far from obvious?

  2. Slighter build, longer hair...just like modern military, it is hard sometimes to tel the female marines apart from the males.

  3. Along these lines, you mean? :)

    The problem is, wargaming minis are not intended to be individually scrutinized under a magnifying glass, but to be seen en masse from a distance: essential distinguishing features are to be... emphasized :) :) :)

    I hope the feminine nature of the Legion of the Sapphire Kirtle will be obvious :)