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I was just checking out the GW UK site and saw that there is a Vespid Preview Pic. Here's the link:
P.S. They also have a preview pic of the new Dwarven Thunderers.
Last edited by FireDeth; October 7th, 2005 at 14:50.
Oh my.. those vespid look cool.
Almost makes the Tau themselves cool.. but not quite.
I think they look really really strange, like some kind of fairy tale troll with a high-tech rifle.
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They'd look better with Kroot heads.
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Member of the Canadian Clan, eh.
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Huge hulking body . . . tiny little head. Kind of like when I make snow angels.Originally Posted by Broadside_Pilot
I think the heads look cool.. check out the 3 part jaw.
Vespid are supposed to be huge insects, so that's spot on target.
Those are little fellaz! I saw them painted up at gamesday and I think they make tau worth collecting.
I really can't think of anything witty to say.
I wonder if a fire warrior could use their cool looking guns?
Is all good...
i dont like them they are to un tau like
and whats with the whole insect looking theme
listen if these guys are good at cc ill start to think tau wont have a weakness
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"They have a gun called the death arc!They are now my favorite 40k race!"me quoting about the xenarch
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Are we looking at the same minis?Originally Posted by The_Giant_Mantis
In my opinion Tau have got the best looking range of minis in 40K. They have a really sleak look, with a great uniform look throughout the whole army.
The Vespoids, on the other hand, looks like something out of the old He-Man cartoons or something.
What's the strength of tincan brets?
Charging lance and extra ranks
Charge their flanks with some Dark Riders,
Give the silly knights some spanks!
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