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is it still possible to order individual bits from games workshop that are now included in bits packages?
reason is i am using one specific head for my entire army, but It is now in a conversion pack costing 16$ and it only includes one of those heads. If i cant get more of these heads, i wont be able to finish my army , meaning I spent a bunch of money for nothing.
That is not dead which may eternal lie,
for in strange aeons even death may die.
Nope, that would kind of defeat the purpose of the system they cooked up to irritate us, no? Unless you can find a friend who's interested in the other bits or something, you are largely SOL. To eBay!
Last edited by InquisitorAffe; March 22nd, 2008 at 23:20.
As affe said, you can no longer buy individual bitz anymore. The reason being is that when someone ordered for example an Iron Warrior head then if the ordered head was out of stock, they would have to use the entire mold it was apart of just to get the head and so they would have 'wasted' money on the metail in order to get the requested item. Granted the other items would eventually be used but over time they would often have quite a lot of unused bitz, due to only a few items from same mold being wanted. With the new bitz packs they only have to use the mold 'once' per order so to speak.
You could always try various bitz website sites. Like wookiehole, BWbitz, and many others.
Good luck though.
It may be lame for us hard core converters, but to GW's credit, they gave us many warnings and many chances to buy our bitz before they were taken down. They had downloadable pdf's of all the bitz that would no longer be available, mentioned it repeated on their website and in the Webway Newsletter, telling us order while you still can. So you can't be that upset at them. They're a buisness and they have to balance what is most profitable with what the consumer wants.