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Welcome to the final entry in my ‘armies of the past’ series. There were many more, but they are no longer with me, except for maybe a stray model here or there.
Here’s my Mordor force
This force started as a way of adding more variety to my Easterling army.
I am sure there’s another 7 or 8 black numenoreans awaiting the paint brush. These made good elite infantry for the easterlings.
I picked up a box of Morannon Orcs (they used to come in boxes of 24, history fans!) as a way of adding orcs to my Mordor force. The cavalry next to them are metal, though there’s a great plastic box available these days.
The characters are Nazgul, plus a troll chieftain at the back and an orc shaman off to the side. Again I think there are some missing models here. Grishnakh should be here too, but he’s busy being on a tray right now.
What is the point of a troll chieftain without trolls to lead. I have two plastic Mordor trolls waiting to be painted, along with a fourth metal knight, and another Nazgul. At the back the plastic sprues are for the Witch King on his fell beast. I think I may have up to a dozen additional Mordor models that I couldn’t locate for these pictures. As I paint through my collection, I’ll find them eventually.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this series looking at my four Middle Earth armies, and those remaining models will feature on trays at some point. I have other models in the Middle Earth range, but they aren’t attached to any army.