The last full unit to finish are the small group of British sailors that took part in the operation.
Foundry, but my kids were playing with them and the Gnome Sikhs and are slated to be painted next and I believe the Sikhs captured one of them. They do make a solid unit of sailors adventuring in the tropical underbrush of Samoa, and it was a pleasure to paint eight identical figures versus the multiple sculpts from Pulp Figures.
For the final four figures, I whipped up some officers who are NOT historically accurate.
In CLA, the Commander-in-Chief figure is largely used for changing orders or rallying troops that have taken a hit to their morale. Staff officers may also appear to rally troops, or affect the "I go - you go" unit movement turning a regular turn. Unless you're using an elaborate command stand, these could very well be represented by markers/counters of sort sort, so it doesn't hurt that the "Western" commanders in 1899 look like dough boys.
|Brigade Games Schutztruppe (x2), Foundry, Brigade Games|
If the game evolves like it should, no one should be complaining about the Western officers by turn 4. Just sayin'....
112/112 complete! On to finishing up trenches, building banana trees, and most importantly, painting gnome Sikhs!