15 poses but two, the canoe rowers, have already turned up with the Lewis and Clark set so I didn´t bother to paint them up...yet.
A really good Thing with the set, just under half are female.
As usual, the women are the ones working* - cleaning Skins, making bread, carrying Wood etc.
Exactly what the dancer has attached to his stick I don´t know. It could be feathers or leaves but they look more like leaves so that´s what the ended up as.
The one crawling is converted from the leafy stick man. He´d been base painted but our kitten chewed the top off his stick. The rest of the stick was removed, a spear added, a bit of twisting here and there and he´s turned into a crawling bod.
The "Don´t you DARE shoot that thing at me!!!" folk
The Making fire
The one great Thing about Imex is they had some brilliant ideas and very well sculpted, if a Little on the large size as far as the bods go.
The not so good Thing is that they stopped making new sets. I´d have liked to see more from them, especially the sets they had planned...amongst them this Little lot.
Columbus & explorers
French & Indian War Mohawk Indians
Knights of the Round Table
Archers, Bowmen & Pikemen
Tournament Knights with Support
War of 1812 British
War of 1812 Americans
War of 1812 Creek Indians
Farm Animals, Wild Animals & Buffalo
*since writing this post I have learnt something that makes my assumption "As Usual" incorrect.