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I made my wraith the other day all was fine. I glued it together using super-glue then I put it in my case, as I was putting it in it snapped, not in a bad way. But about half-way on the wraiths tail you glue/pin it together. I chose to glue mine. Now its snapped so should I pin it or glue it?
I have never pinned before I'de prefer not to pin it, cause it would take longer and the G.W staff are so busy so they couldnt really help me too much
I used a glue accelerant on my wraiths to make the superglue insta-dry. You gotta be very gentle with them the arms and tail fall of with minimal provocation. Same goes for flayed ones' claws. I try to wrap my wraiths up in tissue whenever I'm storing and moving them.
If it's a common problem, then you really should take the time to pin it.
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Yeah, Im thinking of pinning it but I've never pinned before and I also dont have the right equipment for it either, so I'lle have to go to my local games workshop and get them to help me out. But our local one is normally very crowded and the staff will be very busy. So it might be a little harder and take longer than just gluing it.
Go in and ask them to help, its their job too so they really should..
All you need is a pinning vice, come wire cutters, glue (whatever you're using), and some paper clips/straight pins. I file is nice to have, also, as it help clean the "snipped" ends.
The key to pinning is patience. This will help you avoid the ever so painful puncture wounds (I have my share).
Karmoon: "well.. any kore = good kore" 12:35pm PST 23 May 2007