Opening the Box, you will find 4 different bodies and several different arms and accessories.
|Note the different arms and which one's belong to Cylena|
With the models separated, I could then work, allowing glue to dry while assembling the next one in line. I attached them to their bases, and began work on their arms. To do this, I measure the width of their shoulders with my finger tip, and glue the hands to the sword, while paying attention to the angle of the shoulder pins. Don't worry about getting the measurement exact, but try to get the pins to point towards eachother, and at a parallel alignment where the joint will seat.
|Note the shoulders alignment|
|Pinching the shoulders|
For Cylena, it's a little different. Because she does not have the shoulder sockets, I began by glueing the sword arm in place, guessing the position of the second arm. Propping it on her back, it could dry without being held for long - about 20 seconds. Then, again while the glue is slightly tacky - after about 5-10 minutes, I could glue the second arm in place while plying the first arm a little for fit.
With everything glued roughly in place, I could fill the small gaps with more superglue, and get the bowmen built.
|Arm 1 in place|
Now they were assembled, I applied a thinned primer so you can see the detail on these fantastic models. There is a lot of variation you can create within this set, with very little conversion needed to have a varied unit. I haven't attached the sheathed claymores and bows as I'll be painting them separately, but you can see the detail is very satisfying in these.