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What does LO think the chances are that the next update of Witch Hunters will include plastic Sisters?
It happened with Terminators, it happened with Stealth Suits, I see no reason why Sisters can't be plastic either.
This would allow for more awesome poses than just the "stand facing right" or "holding a grenade" poses.
What do you guys think?
"When Space Wolves call upon Russ or the Emperor in battle, it is to witness the deeds of Men and to judge The Fallen."
- Meditations upon the Fang
The current Sisters are mostly 10+ year old sculpts and still some of the best models in the range. The current gen plastics are *maybe* up to that level, but I won't believe it until I see it. The godawful attempt at a plastic sister on the immolator sprue is only 4 years old and looks like an ugly mishappen guardsman with bangs.
it's possible, but looking at the new plastic daemonettes it might not be a good thing if they made the sisters in plastic: they made change the whole look and feel of the models, which i think is great.
I would however love plastic SoB's, i prefer plastic of metal and fielding a plastic army is a lot cheaper than fielding one in tin
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I'm not keen on the idea. SoB are just so detailed. I'd hate to lose it in plastic.
Last time this topic cropped up I suggested part plastic, part metal mini's like Thousand Sons. I've since decided it would be very fiddly and alienate less dedicated hobbyists.
I think they should stay metals.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
I think a plastic option should be available regardless.
Having that option doesn't preclude you from using the metal figures. Players just trying to get into the game can use the plastic figures and those who prefer a greater level of detail can use the metals.
It is the best of both worlds!
Plastic sisters would be wonderful. However, I'm not expecting GW to jump on it anytime soon. There just isn't enough of a draw.
The reason that Stealths and Terminators got plastics is solely based on that a large proportion of people play Space Marine (and its variants) and Tau armies. There's a market for it.
So, yes, I'd love to see plastic Sisters, but the current ones are great enough as it is. Why fix something that isn't broken...