These three guys represent the flower of goblin nobility in my 10mm Orc & Goblin army. I plan to put a pennant or banner of some sort on the central figures lance at a later date.
What is curious about these Copplestone figures is that they are marketed as orc (not goblin) wolf riders. Unsurprisingly, the armour, style and dimensions of the riders also look a lot like the armour, style and dimensions of the Copplestone orc foot troops, which also feature in my force.
In the post regarding Hobgoblin Wolf Riders I mentioned how this blurring of the line between orc and goblin doesnt bother me one jot in conceptual terms, but how it can be a bit inconvenient in practical wargames terms. It is mildly irritating here. I decided that the line of least resistance is the “if it sits on a wolf, then its not an orc” definition, therefore these guys are simply big goblin beefcakes.
This will be the last 10mm fantasy installment for a while I reckon. I have a pretty solid core of a force painted up since I started the project, which is satisfying. With games of Kings of War using 10mm figures likely to crop up over the next few months, that seems likely to motivate me to add occasional units to the force from time to time.