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Heard it from astaff member today the new plastic thunderhawk, which is slightly different from FW's looks very cool.
YAY PLASTIC THUNDERHaw... Oh....
HEY Those are for Gothic.
* dies from salt overdose *
Not until see one in my cold death hands.
something like, GW are going to announce WHO the 2 missing legions are next summer!!!
People who have fits... they would hurt themselves... they would sign their souls to the devil (or stonehambey if they can't find him) ... and that's before GW announce that it was all a big elaborate joke just to get geeks like you and me excited. hahahaha.
I really shouldn't find like this so amusing...
But yeah... plastic thunderhawks would be nice, but I think they're unlikely. In the mean time, I'd recommend people by those model airplanes you can get, and call them Chaos Jumbo Jets of Doom.
I like the idea of a daemon prince leaping from a 747 to beat up some hapless Eldar.
LO RulesOriginally Posted by AnonymousOriginally Posted by Cyric
I heard that the new Emperor Titan Plastic Kit is coming out at the same time. A redshirt cut his palm and dripped blood on the printout he showed me so it must be true.
Or maybe it isn't
A plastic thunderhawk would make some sense. The baneblade has been pretty popular but I am not sure if it made its development costs back or not. If it did then we could expect to see the GW boys developing a line of superheavies. Moving to the marines after the Baneblade would make commercial sense to me.
Plastic thunderhawk! Im sure i will be in plastic before this and thats cast in plastic not wrapped and zipped in plastic.
not being funny but why would GW undercut one of FW's flagship models?
Probably for the same reasons they're making plastic drop pods - cheaper to manufacture and the ability to sell more of them, which would make up for the reduced cost vs. the Forge World price.
I keep holding on to a glimmer of hope to see a plastic thunderhawk someday, but I don't know how likely it is,