I mixed the halberdeers with swordswomen for combined arms in a single unit, which is popularly an elven tactic. The halberds are physically thick, which can make them look unwieldy, but prevents the plastic from warping (DE shields are thin and tend to warp). I dealt with this by giving the halberdeers extra space and packed the swordswomen close together. I didn't have trouble positioning the halberds on each model. They aren't free-form, however there is usually a couple ways to place the arms in each socket to produce different postures.
I was looking for traditional Dark Elf minis, being an old school player myself. I found Raging Heroes online and loved the designs I saw. The style feels like a modern take on traditional Dark Elves. So I ordered the HalberdWomen Pack and two champions to try them out.
Resin quality is great and these are the nicest DE minis I've ever seen. Hoping for some male units in the future. Crossbow, javelin or sword maybe? Cleaning, assembly and customization was easy. Couldn't be happier, thanks!
Very lovely Miniatures. Had to get used to the Resin, but the accompanying tip card helped a lot! Liked the dynamic poses and the very "dark elfy"-feeling these fine gentlewoman are giving. Glueing them together took a little bit of patience, but the result is well worth it. Will be happy to field them in my Cities of Sigmar army, as soon as the situation allows it again!
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The models look amazing and are easy to paint. On the other hand, they aren't easy to assemble, especially the arms and the halberd in combination. I use them as rank and file units on square bases, the problem is that they don't fit in formation, their poses and weapons block each other, so I have to leave some blank square bases in between the models.