A truly beautiful set of counters appropriate for the vast majority of ancient miniature rules. While not nearly
as ubiquitous as the publisher's previous counter set Wargame Armies : Ancient and Medieval, this version provides great period flavor for the combatants in the Greco-Persian Wars of the Fifth Century BC as described by Herodotus and even in the tragic events of the Pelopponesian Wars analyzed by Thucydides. The number of figures on any given base corresponds to the requirements of DBA. For example, you get three different 'flavors' of Greek Spear Infantry identified as Hoplites: Spartan, Theban and generic Greek, and each unit has four figures. By contrast, Peltasts only have three figures for quick DBAidentification purposes, and the Persian figures on this unit look different from those on the Greek version. I just employed this product to construct units for use with both Kings of War Historical and Men of Bronze authored by Eric Farrington of Blood and Spectacles Publishing. I glue the respective units to Litko bases, and, after a few days of the glue drying, I have everything I need to attractively and appropriately represent the army components for most ancient miniature rule sets at a fraction of the time and cost of actual miniatures. These units also store much more conveniently than their 3D counterparts.
I have nothing negative to say about this product other than when will he publish Roman and Carthaginian Armies for Wargaming, Caesar's Legions and Gallic Armies for Wargaming, and, perhaps most importantly, Macedonian and Successor Armies for Wargaming? I have purchased all this Publisher's Army products except for the Ancient Egyptian and Hittite units (8x4cm bases), and eagerly await his long promised Colonial Armies focused on the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879.