Field Fortifications: I've had this resin kit for awhile. I painted it up in case it might be useful in a scenario with the Romans. Nice kit by Hovels, Ltd.
Command Stands: I used a spare Khurasan Miniatures Sarmatian horseman to represent my Sarmatian allied leader. That way, he won't get mixed up with the Dacian commanders. The dracos do pop nicely on the bases.
To wrap up the Dacian project, I can think of no better finish than the picture below. King Decebalus lead his Dacian tribes and allies against Rome in multiple wars. When the end came, Decebalus took his own life rather than face a humiliating captivity and parade down the streets of Rome. In 1994, a Romanian businessman and historian commissioned a statute of Decebalus. 40 meters high, the monument is carved into a rocky bank of the Danube. The first time I came across this picture, I thought it was something from Lord of the Rings. Instead, it is magnificent tribute to an amazing figure from ancient history.