[EN/PL] Peloponnesian War #2 / Wojna Peloponeska #2 (Mortal Gods: Athenian Hoplites #1)

Hello everyone!Today I continue painting the Athenian army to the Mortal Gods system.I invite you to see the first base of Hoplites. My Athenians will have a coherent motif on the shield in the form of owls. I leave the dials more elaborately for the Mercenary Hoplites painted for them at the same time.Other entries:Mortal Gods core box set Athens at war. Peloponnesian war. Part I / Athenian Lochos - Box Set / Light armed hoplite (Peripolos)---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Characteristic. Part II.The very beginning of the conflict was inauspicious for Athens. Sparta decided to use the tactics of destruction, hoping that this would lead to a swift conclusion of peace.Spartans invaded Attica and during the harvest they destroyed farmland and burned buildings.       In addition, an epidemic broke out in Athens. Pericles died in 429 BC by the disease that also reached

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[EN/PL] Athens at war! / Ateny na wojnie! (Mortal Gods: Athenian Lochos - Box Set)

Welcome!It's time to look at the next set recently received from FOOTSORE Miniatures & Games and this is: Athenian Lochos - Box Set.As it happens on DwarfCrypt, I also painted one of the models that is part of the box and it will be a lightly armed hoplite (Peripolos).Below is also a handful of basic information about the conflict between Athens and Sparta.I also invite you to:The official system group: system group: Gods core box set inboxing Athens at war. Peloponnesian war. Part IAfter the Persian wars, the situation in Hellas was very tense, and any careless and hasty operation of any of the policies could be a pretext for starting warfare.It was influenced by the rise of the two main strengths of Athens and Sparta.       Until the outbreak of the war between these forces contributed a minor conflict between Korkyra (today's Corfu) and Corinth regarding the i

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