I began this series of articles in hopes of convincing gamers that might not otherwise have given SAGA a second glance to give this fantastic game a try. I've tried to showcase the exciting historical backdrop, the great models, and the truly innovative game itself.
Beyond a game though, SAGA is also a great hobby, and this final instalment is all about showcasing that aspect of the game. Modelling and painting miniatures can be an immensely satisfying experience. It takes time and effort, but the end product is uniquely yours, a product of research, skill, and your own personal touch working together to create a collection you can and should be proud of.
Pictured below are some of the awesome warband pictures we received from the SAGA community. There's a bit of everything here, covering the Arthurian Age, the Dark Ages and the Crusades. Maybe you have a warband or two you have yet to paint, or perhaps you're still on the fence about getting some minis of your own and giving the game a try. Either way, hopefully this collection of great warbands will give you some inspiration and encouragement. ^_^
On a closing note, as mentioned above, this will be the last instalment in the series for a while. I want to take this opportunity to thank everybody who stuck with the series, and more importantly, gave the game a try. If, like me, you want to see this fantastic game grow, tell your friends, tell your family, point them at this and other resources, and most importantly, play the game with them. A great game sells itself in the playing, and SAGA is one of the most awesome tabletop games around!
A huge thanks to the guys at Peninsula Wargaming, without whom this article would not have been possible. You guys have an awesome collection of warbands between you, and it was a real honour to have been able to share them with everybody!