I'm definitely into EIR and I like plastic models. I was very much into the EIR's that Warlord Games released a few years ago despite their short comings, pun intended. Back then I thought they had good detail despite a couple of poses having some serious problems. The big issue with them was the scale. The scale would have been fine if their Auxilliaries were giants in comparison in size. Anyways enough about that. This review is about, in my opinion, some awesome plastic multipose models. It's sort of a two for one review of Victrix's Attacking and Advancing kits. Both of which are 25 models strong. Both kits come with a Centurion, Aquilifer, Optio, Cornicern, Signifier, and 20 Legionaries. Ah, but that is not all, the Advancing kit includes helmet crests for making Praetorians.
So onto the sprues, what do you get. Each kit includes a Command Sprue for the Centurion, Aquilifer, Optio, Cornicern, and Signifier. They also include both bear and lion skins for the command model.
Each kit also comes with 5 sprues of Legionaries. Below is the Advancing sprue.
Below is the Attacking sprue which also comes with a head option having the cross bars on the helmets.
So once assembled you get a good variety of models. I went for a kit bashing concept with the two kits to assemble to units to fill out my Roman army.
Below you can see how they compare in scale to various other models, Romans, and otherwise. On the left and right are the Warlord Games standard bearers.