Quite a few images here and some are not the best ever, but hopefully you enjoy them. This army has seen action a few times at my mate Julian's, taking on his Arthurian Britons or Saxons.
First up is the light infantry contingent. These are a mixture of Shadowforge "Tribal" and Eureka Amazon ranges
The "Tribal" commander (centre stand)
Tribal archers (the pretty girls) by Shadowforge
Next, the actual Valkyries, all produced by Shadowforge Miniatutes, now available through Eureka.
The first batch were my original basing...I only did a few figures like these before reverting to my standard 3 figures on a 40 x 40 base
Fifteen units of Sheild wall infantry
A few close up shots of some of the Shadowforge Valkyriies
Focus on Foundry - I added a few Foundry Valkyrie figures to the mix - easy to spot as most of them are 'en deshabille" !
Next up are the SLT (Senior Leadership Team)
This leader with her wolf companion is by Reaper Miniatures
The lady in the middle is again by Reaper
A male drawn chariot by Amazon Miniatures...the crew member with shield and spear is a Shadowforge addition
Princess Clodhna and shield bearers from the Gaels range by Celtos miniatures
The cavalry leader is also from Celtos - I think she was intended as a mounted heroine...
And finally, the cavalry force. To be fair, these are not actually Valkyrie cavalry at all, because Shadowforge dont make any...so I drafted in Eureka Amazon Light, Medium and Cataphract Amazons to help their sisters out... the first three images are light cavalry
Next up are the medium cavalry - I think the Eureka horses are particularly nice sculpts
Finally, the Heavies - Amazon Cataphracti from Eureka. I actually contributed to having these figures produced, by committing to buying a certain number - like a Kick Starter before anyone had coined the phrase!
So that's my Valkyrie army collection. Its been a while since they graced a table - my regular gaming buddies seem a bit wary of taking them on, as they generally do quite well...their male opponents perhaps give way to misplaced male gallantry, which they are happy to exploit to the full....long live Girl Power!