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Farmers. Left to right, a Repaer figure, a WotC plastic figure (one of the best ones they make IMO), two Lionheart peasants like the ones in my Anglo-Saxon army; and a really old lead figure that I believe was a pilgrim with a big cross. He has also served as a singing bard figure.
Three more WotC figures. Two drunken brawlers and a half-orc executioner. The executioner is kind of neat but that is not an efficient headsman’s axe by any stretch. That is a freaking bardiche. You want a small striking surface, really, about as wide as a neck and no more. But I guess this guy is strong enough to pull it off with a bardiche. Whatever.
The hirelings, with bases redone for the dungeon as God intended. This also reminds me I really to finish painting my other hirelings.
I think it would be kind of fun, if I ever actually DM a game, to name each figure (& maybe mark the base), so that there is a 1:1 figure to NPC ratio. They walk into a shop and if I plop down the obese old dwarf, they know there’s going to be some hard bargaining, but they can get a better deal if they give him some pipeweed. The shopkeeper with the book can almost anything for them, but it will take a while. And so on.