Therefor I will give you a thumbnail view of the current state of their army prior to "The Stagonian Wars". Here is a glimpse into my figure cabinet at the main body of the Stagonian forces:
This is because those two are still in the process of being painted. Their facing colors will be black and orange by the way.
In addition the army has two units of irregular foot and three of skirmishers . . . all of which are fully painted and based.
As with their opponents they will have a pair of Hussars as well (one of which is painted and one which is not).
And, of course, there are officers and artillery . . . all ready for the table top.
Again all of the figures in the Stagonian army are Blood Axe Miniatures . . . sculpted by Lance Runolfsson and available from Historifigs.
But the Stagonian figures are drawn from the Great Northern war line of figures as opposed to the Saxe-Bearstein figures which are mostly from the War of Spanish Succession line. The primary difference being that the Stagonian figures have turnbacks whereas the "good guys" do not.
You can compare them with the WSS (non-bearskin) versions from my last post.
Actually I should clarify that the irregular units for both armies are mostly drawn from the Blood Axe GNW forces of Russia and Poland.
Above you can see some in both line and column formations . . . and again they are based on the same size bases as the mounted troops (around 50mm square) instead of the 40mm square basing of the regulars.