Blackfoot Blood Warrior, 1869

FeR Miniatures SKU: ELI00035
Blackfoot Blood Warrior, 1869
Blackfoot Blood Warrior, 1869
Blackfoot Blood Warrior, 1869
Blackfoot Blood Warrior, 1869
Blackfoot Blood Warrior, 1869
Blackfoot Blood Warrior, 1869
Blackfoot Blood Warrior, 1869
Blackfoot Blood Warrior, 1869
Blackfoot Blood Warrior, 1869

Blackfoot Blood Warrior, 1869

FeR Miniatures SKU: ELI00035

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75mm scale resin kit. Sculpted Ángel Terol, Boxart by Fernando Ruiz. kit includes: 15 kit parts.

WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER BUYING THIS FIGURE:

– This is a new chance to get an iconic and long out of production figure from a fascinating period.
– The sculpture perfectly captures the incredibly complex attires of the Blackfoot tribe warriors.
– Our signature resin quality allows you to get the figure clean and ready in almost no time, so you may invest your precious free time in what really matters: painting and having fun.

The Blackfoot is a global designation for a group of Native-American tribes that are linguistically related. Despite some other important Great Plains tribes taking arms against the Federal Army on the Indian Wars, the Blackfoot decided not to intervene. This was mainly due to the precedent set by the famous Marias Massacre.

A young native called Owl Child killed the rancher Malcolm Clarke after a series of disputes. In response, a punitive expedition by the U. S. Army killed around 200 natives, mostly women, children and elderly men that didn’t even belong to the same tribe of the native who initiated the chain of events.

Even if they decided not to participate in the wars, the federal victory over the other tribes and the posterior almost complete extinction of the buffalo, led them to a clear decline as their way of life quickly slipped away.

Among them, the Blood tribe or Kainai Nation is mainly distributed between Canada and the United States of America, and our miniature portrays a warrior with the particularly detailed attire they used to wear in that era.

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