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Turko-Mongol Heavy Cavalry STLs

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These are DIGITAL files meant for 3D printing. They ARE NOT physical miniatures!

Sculpted by the incomparable Erramir Orlan of Peculiar Companions, these Turko-Mongol Heavy Cavalry are intended for armies from the 15th and 16th Centuries. This set of five 3D models comes in Five variations, as well as separate lance, trumpet and banner arms. All models come as both pre-supported and unsupported STL files.

The 15th and 16th centuries were marked by significant historical events, including the expansion of empires, trade routes, and cultural exchanges. The Turko-Mongol Heavy Cavalry played a pivotal role during this period of exploration, conquest, and military innovation.

Battles and Wars:

Mongol Conquests (13th-14th centuries): While not directly in the 15th-16th century timeframe, the legacy of Turko-Mongol cavalry tactics endured into this period. The Mongols, with their formidable heavy cavalry, conducted extensive conquests in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East during the 13th and 14th centuries.
Ottoman-Habsburg Wars: The Ottoman Empire, which included skilled Turko-Mongol Heavy Cavalry, engaged in a series of conflicts with the Habsburg Monarchy during the 15th and 16th centuries. These cavalry units continued to be a valuable asset in Ottoman military tactics.
Tactics and Strategies: Turko-Mongol Heavy Cavalry were renowned for their devastating lance charges and battlefield dominance. Their tactics involved:

Lance Charges: They excelled in mounted charges, utilizing the speed and shock value of their heavily armored steeds to break enemy formations and create chaos on the battlefield.
Close Combat: In addition to their lances, they often wielded swords and maces, making them formidable in close-quarters combat.
Disciplined Formations: Turko-Mongol Heavy Cavalry maintained disciplined formations even in the heat of battle. They were often used as shock troops in the vanguard, leading charges to disrupt enemy lines.

Printing at 100% resolution will yield a true 28mm miniature. Prints at 105% are slightly more in scale with Perry Miniatures and 110% prints will be in a compatible scale with Warhammer Fantasy miniatures.