I also wanted another Greek themed warband to face off against Pan and his Arkadians for the eventual release of Ganesha Games' Song of Gods and Heroes Greek myth supplement.
Points 98' Q2; C4
groupfighter, leader, shieldwall
Points 54; Q3; C4
fearless, giant slayer, shieldwall
The human figures, came from the 1st Corp Macedonians and Successors Infantry Officers pack. I'd not used 1st Corp before - indeed I hadn't head of them before my search for Macedonian types for this warband - but I was really pleased with them. nice sculpts, minimal flash, reasonable price, postage that was cheap enough and really very prompt. All said and done, I'm pleased with the figures and would recommend them to others.
Point 78; Q3; C3
big, long move, sharpshooter, shooter: long
The centaur is a Heresy Miniatures figure. I cannot lie - I love this range. The sculpts are beautiful and character filled and have a certain je ne sais quoi which just really appeals. That said, they are a boutique range and their price reflects that. You wouldn't want to make a full army out of Heresy figures, but they are great for characters or small warbands.
Points 66; Q4; C6
dashing, dashing, fearless, huge, tailslap
The minotaur comes from another brand which I hadn't come across before, Uscarl Miniatures. It's a French range, but we shouldn't hold that against them. I believe this chap is intended to play in a fantasy football game but he suits my purposes just fine. Quite pricey (he's a whole lot of lead), and not the fastest postage, but worth the wait.
Due to mishaps in the continental transition combined with a bit of a change of heart and the discovery of quite a number of genuine leprechaun figures on the market, the Ballybogside Volunteers have also been disbanded, then raised again as the almost identical Bowl Street Runners - halfling crime fighters. When I get the chance, I'll update the battle honours page with the changes.