The first is SMES-11 a Carthaginian Veteran & War Dog from the 2nd Punic War. This piece is very well designed and quite dramatically posed. I have read various reviews of the figure but prefer to take it as presented for now until I have done a bit more independent research on my own.
The next three include SR-46 the most recent release, being a Navarca at the Battle of Actium, 31 BC from Marc Antony's fleet. Not only is the figure nice but the included "groundwork" is quite useful. The second two figures (SK-01 and 2) are special releases from the Kulmbach show that can be found on Ebay from time to time if you are patient. SK-01 represents a Roman Soldier with the same war dog as found in the Carthaginian kit. Frankly I wanted this one more for the figure than the dog but I will probably do a bit of reposing with the dog so that they look different in the end. SK-2 is entitled "Saving the Eagle of Legio XIX" Teutoburg Forest, AD9 and is a nice little figure that ties into the book in my last posting. Although not a Laruccia figure this one is still nice and will paint up to be a nice companion figure to my eventual Pegaso diorama that I owe Chuck Robinson.
Now I just have to wait for the next two boxes of goodies to round out my fun.