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i asked a guy at warhammer world about them before they were released and he said
that they were with the chinork set and would not be sold seperatley as they are not allowed to compete with
games workshop but they were released seperatley as you can advance order them now so either the guy has
his facts wrong or someone has made a mistake.
i like the guy second in from the right.
he has cool night vision goggles.
Is it possible to be OTT with Orks?
That said, I can't see why they're releasing something that already exists, but it's not exactly unprecedented.
I'd have preferred some Madboys, Boarboys or similar though, a bit more old-"skool"!
Im glad that they have made them as i try to avoid metal models as much as possible
as they are the most awkward type of model to build. but i agree that they could have come
up with other ideas like... another ork vehicle !!!!!!!.
I dunno, resin can be just as if not more fiddly than metal - it often depends on the luck of the draw with regards to miscasting, warping, and how bad the gates / vents are - FW can produce some real horror shows at times!
I think plastic should be the way forward on all fronts though definitely!
yeah but at least these are part plastic.
They look too much like the chaos traitor heads for my liking. The coolest one is the nob one because the horns make it look orkier. The backpacks are cool though, especially the blade on the nob pack.
Last edited by Seanchadith; July 19th, 2010 at 22:46.
I think they'll probably look a lot more impressive once painted. FW seem reticent to put painted pics of their models up these days, which is a real shame because it really shows off how good they can look.