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Wednesday, October 25, 2017 - 12:44 PM UTC
Masterbox has three new sets of figures, two of the of the Indian Wars series and one of modern Bundeswehr soldiers.
Indian Wars Series. Remote shot continues the series of figures in 1/35 scale dedicated to the period of history of the USA of the XIXth century and relates to the time of so-called “Indian Wars”.

The kit includes parts for the assembly of two figures of foot Indian Warriors that are either hunting, or trying to shoot unwary lonely traveler from remote distance. Both Indians are armed with the rifles.

Despite the poses of the figures are statical the figures interact with each other greatly and are filled with inner energy, create absolute feeling of tense pause before dramatic event.

Indian Wars Series. Raid, also from the “Indian Wars” series, includes parts for the assembly of two figures of foot Indian Warriors that went on the warpath. The poses of the figures are very dynamic, the figures interact with each other greatly and tension of possible near fight is felt in the story.

Bundeswehr. German Military Men, Present Day, a set of 5 figures: 3 members of the armoured vehicle crew and 2 Infantrymen. The figures make up the single story showing a combat scene that could happen in any corner of Afghanistan or Iraq nowadays.
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But this one is a modern pointing German, he learned from his grandfathers in the World War II sets.
OCT 26, 2017 - 12:22 AM
Two interesting topics ! Nice releases ! I am stoked about the native american sets,even though I would prefer they released some depicting the Eastern Woodland Indians,Iroquois,Mohawk,etc. J
OCT 26, 2017 - 01:24 AM
Even though the Native Americans look to be really well done and represented...only two figures per set?? Looks really sparse when previous MB figure sets contained up to 7 or 8 figures.
OCT 26, 2017 - 03:04 AM
He is not really pointing as all 5 fingers are aligned. He has just slam dunked his water bottle into the nearest trash receptacle and is yelling "3 points!"
OCT 26, 2017 - 09:17 AM
He is motioning for the private to dig the latrine "Somewhere over there."
OCT 26, 2017 - 10:47 AM
I agree. The "remote shot " IMO would have better if it had been a Woodland Indian with a long rifle musket taking bead on General Braddock perhaps? And rather than US Cavalry how about Roger's Rangers?
OCT 26, 2017 - 02:25 PM
Unexpected subjects but I'm pleased with the modern German as I have a specific need. The native figures do look good though.
OCT 26, 2017 - 02:57 PM
That MasterBox is going where no model company has gone before is great. Some confederate soldiers and cavalry would be cool also. The Indian war sets are 1 of a kind unless you want to pay resin or metal prices. I'll be patient as they can only do so much at a time.
OCT 27, 2017 - 10:05 AM
Wow!I see the best kit
OCT 27, 2017 - 10:49 AM
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Thanks.
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