I intend on using these as a unit of Irregular Companies with the forester and shooting (mixed) traits, and stimulants as a racial trope. I have a second identical unit on the painting table at the moment.
I call these satyrs for ease, but technically satyrs - at least for the Classical Greeks - were nothing like what they have become to modern eyes. Rather, they were drunken ugly looking blokes with snub noses and the ears and tail of a horse (see the red figure examples below). Furthermore, they are always ithyphallic. Apart from the pretty erect standard, these figures are a lot more suitable for public consumption!
These, and I would suggest all so-called satyr miniatures are closer to panes - goat-legged - sometimes goat-headed - mountain spirits who might be seen as multiplications of, or children of Pan, the rustic god of flocks (again, see the red figure depictions of panes below). However, in popular imagination these are satyrs and so, on the tabletop, satyrs they shall be!