They sent me one sprue of each of the married and unmarried warriors. Each sprue will make four figures. One half of the sprues are the same on both, then the other half is unique, giving you 6 different bodies and 15 different heads. There are a variety of arms with moulded in weapon options. The option for the rifle firing figure has both arms moulded onto the rifle, which is nice. I remember trying to glue together the Wargames Factory British infantry with two separate arms and the separate rifle, making it awkward to line everything up in the way you'd like. The details on the shields, loin cloths and weapons are nicely sculpted and the positioning of the figures is such that there isn't any smudging of detail where the halves of the mould meet. As you can see the torsos are nicely animated giving a dynamic looking iButhu when they're all done.
Tea is my drug of choice. My idea of a party is a rousingly good wargame with my friends. I finance my tea, miniature soldiers and book addiction by using chemistry to coat precision machined pieces of steel. I am also employed by the Canadian Armed Forces as a Cadet Instruction Cadre Officer.