First up is her husband Bill the butcher a sturdy fellow ready to see off trouble with a meaty fist. If that doesn't work he also carries a sturdy cudgel. Frankly his blood spattered apron would probably have me heading in the other direction on its own.
Bill isn't exactly snappiest dresser... a longer shirt might be a good idea Bill!
I liked the fact that the figure is a "few pounds" overweight as so many of us are.
Next we have Red with his sturdy axe calling yet more towns folks to Bess' aid.
Clearly a study workman his red jacket is quite nice perhaps a bit above his class in quality but red dye couldn't have been that expensive if the British could put their whole army in it.
The half gaiters on his feet came out particularly well and I like his patched breaches.
Next up is one of the village farmers with a pitchfork as an improvised weapon.
At least it gives him a decent reach advantage of some good for nothing dandy with a sword... against a pike man he's probably in trouble.
This is the simplest outfit and I wish warlord made more like him in different poses.
Another workman he but his family has an old Bill hanging around that he has picked up to help him see off trouble.
Yes he is making that most English of gestures to welcome the newcomers to town.
Again he has some great patching and repair details on his breaches and jacket but they just don't com out well in these pictures you will have to take my word on it.
My favourite piece from this set the young lad perhaps Bess' son? He's got some raged clothing and the socks that have fallen down around the ankles remind me of a friends son at Revolutionary War(AWI) reenactments.
I'm not sure bout his wearing a helmet especially one that fits him so well but I didn't want to screw up an other wise excellent figure by trying to modify it (it is cast on the figure).
A group shot of the whole crew (minus Beth). These from the Warlord Clubmen set there are two more figures Bess and another fellow who is still on the painting table. As a group their are 5 x 25mm figures so that should give me 25 points.
A very fierce looking crew indeed Adam and not a mob to be taken lightly despite their lack of training and equipment. I agree 100% with your estimation of Bill and his blood-soaked apron being enough to put enemies to flight long before fists and cudgels are required.
25 points for you sir. Very much looking forward to seeing the rest of these!