Currently, the Egyptians have:
2 companies of Egyptian infantry (Old Glory)
1 company of Sudanese troops (Old Glory)
1 platoon of Egyptian gendarmes (Essex)
1 group of foot Bashi-Bazouks (Peter Pig)
1 troop of Egyptian cavalry (Old Glory)
1 unit of Bashi-Bazouk mounted. (Essex)
2 ammunition mules painted with 4 more primed. (Old Glory)
Enough artillerymen for 7 guns, way too many. (Old Glory, Essex and Minifigs) Blame Old Glory packaging.
Each company, as per The Sword And The Flame and Colonial Adventures 2nd Edition has two platoons of 20 men including and officer and NCO. The company commander is a separate stand. I don't have the additional NCO per TSATF, but that's no problem to add. 3 figures.
The Egyptian cav consists of 16 figures, allowing me to switch between TSATF's 12 and CA 2nd Ed's 15.
The artillerymen are mounted 2 to a large base, which can hold the unattached gun, and a small base with 2 more figures, so they can be used for cannon and machine guns.
There will be approximately 225 Egyptian allied figures at Bayou Wars this year on Friday.
click on the photo for one large enough to see.
The Hadendowah consist of 5 tribes of 3 rubs each. A rub is 20 men including a leader. The tribe adds a mounted leader. These are mostly Old Glory with one tribe supplied by Stone Mountain Miniatures, who show their age. In addition there is an 8-man mounted unit supplied by Essex. There is an overall leader. This gives a total of 322 figures. Because this is early in the war, the Hadendowah have very few rifles.
Once again, click on the photo to get one large enough to see.
You will be able to fondle them at Bayou Wars. Hope to see you there!