Featuring Chiefs, Koa Warriors and Younger warriors, these miniatures are armed with a deadly array of short and long weapons - perfect for conquering the Pacific or for internal conflicts that occurred during the end of the 18th century.
There are also a small number of pikemen figures, which can be organised into pike units, as Kamehameha utilised them in the unification wars. More details on weapons and organisation here: Mythic Hawaii
Perhaps you would like to terrorise certain pesky British explorers trying to capture your noblemen! Rolf Grein has provided us with this excellent link for further information: Warfare Historian's blog
In addition to this, and something much more peaceful, we have a set of Polynesian villagers. Generic enough to be used in a variety of Polynesian/Melanesian and South-Sea Islander settings, the range includes a seated chief and his family with some less fortunate individuals at work.
Alan really has done a bang-up job of sculpting warrior and villager alike, bringing this Pacific setting to life for those interested in gaming the era and setting.
Please note that these new Hawaiians will be replacing the older range of Hawaiians. If there is sufficient interest to make warriors armed with slings and muskets, we will make them. Please let us know if you would like us to. Similarly if there is a demand, we will look at making new boats for the range too.
28mm Hawaiians 100HAW100 Chief/Elder (2 variants) 100HAW101 Musician 100HAW102 Koa warriors (3 variants) 100HAW103 Youth throwing rock 100HAW104 Warriors with blades (6 variants) 100HAW105 Warriors with javelins (5 variants) 100HAW106 Warriors with pikes (3 variants)