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Lightning Fast Light Elf Infantry Invade Oathmark – Quick Review

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Sep 4 2020

Let’s look at the Elf: Light Infantry miniatures for Oathmark by North Star Military Figures. There are some really nice minis in this pack, and I do enjoy working with plastic. Now, let’s take a closer look.

The Sprue

Below we have a quick look at the sprue. You have the option to build the whole unit as either Rangers (bows) or pathfinders (sword and shield). The box comes with 6 of these frames so you can make 30 miniatures. 30 miniatures give you enough figures to field a whole unit-and-a-half of full strength Rangers or Pathfinders for Oathmark. If you are into miniatures agnostic games too, these figures could find their way into any number of other systems too.

A look at the plastic sprue for Oathmark Elf: Light Infantry models.

The First Models

To give the miniatures a try, I quickly built some of the figures. Below are images of those figures.

The command group for my Oathmark Pathfinder unit.

You ready to dance? This guy is here to take you out!

Not every group needs a banner bearer. I built the group one anyhow. You can see here that I attached the top on backward. I fixed that mistake after the picture.

I made this guy with two swords instead of a shield. Just having fun with the kit.

A Ranger.

A Ranger with his sword at the ready.

I like the cloaks with hoods, but the kit comes with helmet options too.

Overall, there are some really nice miniatures here.


Wrapping it up…

Hopefully, you enjoyed this very quick review of Oathmark Elf: Light Infantry. In this post, you saw the plastic frames of the models and some of the miniatures after I built them. I still have to get some paint on them, but I anticipate that they will paint up nicely. Personally, I really like the hoods and helmets with the face coverings. It gives a bit of a ninja or assassin feel to the miniatures that you can make with these miniatures. If a ninja feel is not your cup of tea, the unit comes with 15 heads per sprue of 5 miniatures. Only 4 of those heads on each sprue has their faces covered.

For a more in depth review of these figures along with kit-bashing and scale comparison photos, come on over to Must Contain Minis to take a deeper look.

Thanks again for joining me in this post.

Disclaimer: North Star Military Figures sent Must Contain Minis a box of Elf Light Infantry for review purposes. While I accept review products, I am in no other way compensated for my posts and reserve the right to give positive and negative reviews.


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