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a) they are space marines
b) they are mid-late '80s era.
The figure in the 1st pic on the right is a sgt/officer, and has a powerfist on the right hand.
The figure on the left MIGHT be one of the early librarians, the pic is a little dark to be sure.
In the 2nd pic, the figure on the left MIGHT again be one of the early librarians, again, the pic is too dark to be certain. The figure on the right is a marine with chain sword, and is missing his backpack.
Baby, when I'm the voice of reason, we've got problems!~artificerSomeone should stop
Jervis "let's make it easy enough for a 3 year old to play" Johnson
before he turns 40k into checkers~anon
only seeing red xs right now.
try to upload to imageshack or photobucket or something like that.
(I am not sure how that works with copyrighted material, I am sure a Mod can enlighten us )
EDIT: you might be able to identify them on
Last edited by Lamenter; November 6th, 2006 at 20:45.
Shut up and play.
Yep, I recognize all of these from the earliest lead models that Citadel made for Space Marines. The left guy in the bottom picture is definitely a 1st generation librarian. I think the right guy in the top picture is a 1st generation Techmarine. The other two are just Space Marines, with the bottom right armed with a chainsword, obviously.
My buddy, still has most of these models, actually, as he started his Ultramarines army with these first gen models back when we started playing under Rogue Trader rules.
Sorry about that. Ive finally made a photobucket account. Here are some pics with a flash! trouble is now they look too bright! Thanks for the help so far, I was kinda hopeing theyd be rare character models or something but what the hell! Please can you confirm what they are now you can see them! cheers.