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So... Anyone have any idea how they did?
In my area the Baneblades sold out fast and several times. Now... they only had 2 or 3 at a time in the two stores I visited. Since they are making a new plastic kit coming up I assume that they did well enough to justify a new kit but I hate to assume.
what is the new plastic kit?
Isn't the Thunderhawk up for the next plastic kit?
I remember a roumour about it being a plastic Drop Pod.
Well either way... I was just curious on how GW did with the Baneblade sales.
The only thing I remeber from when the BB was on pre-order, I believe somebody mentioned over 4000 of the were already pre-ordered even before apocalypse was released.
Holy crap! 4000 on just the Pre Order!
I remember my first reaction to the price tag of the baneblade
"HA 100 dollars for a a few pounds of plastic? yea right... well... i guess... maybe... If i dont buy anything else this month... ah what the heck you only live once."
Lets just say im a weak man
I could see a thunderhawk selling just as well as the baneblade, but i doubt well see it for a while. Id expect it to come out with the new planet strike.
"Thank him who puts me loath to this revenge on you who wrong me not for him who wrongd"
Just to slow things down for the old folks. . .I am building a mechanized Vostroyan army with intentions of converting a Baneblade. Does this mean that I will have to buy a mucho expensive one from Forge World? No way am I spending that kind of jack and then trying, with my bumbling skills, to convert a resin model.
But is that it, then? No more GW Blades?
The Apocalypse "Formation" box sets were limited runs, but the BB ain't one of those.
Seriously, even GW's not dim enough to kill a cash cow like the Baneblade.