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just released 5 brand new Spartan accessories to turn your minifigs into fierce Spartan Warriors!
P.S. I know that the Sarissa wasn't used by Spartans...I just thought minifigures needed a nice long spear for a Macedonian Phalanx!
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Those shields look fantastic.
I may have to put together a medieval force when I get money.
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Wow, brickwarriors sure has been churning out new molds. Impressive work! Its nice that you try to communicate with the AFOL community, a lot of companies don't really bother with customer outreach.
Also, any chance of getting some helmet plumes that are closer in color to the dark green lego plumes?
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Those shields are Athenian. Because they hav an A. Spartans had shields with an S.
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Those plumes. My god. They're like Helmhawks.
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