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I was just wondering if there was a way or place to get extra Orky bits such as heads for a relatively cheap price.
The only reason I ask is because I was painting AoBR Orks my figures last night and I still haven't glued them together because it seems to be easier to paint the main body before gluing the head and left arm on.
Anyways, I counted the heads today and realized one was missing. I think I know what room it was in, but those things are soo damn tiny I'm afraid it might lost forever.
Fortunately, I've been keeping pretty good track of everything by sealing them into little Ziploc bags.
So just in case it doesn't turn up, I was wondering if there is a way to get a few spare parts. I'm hoping I'm not the only one who has accidently lost a piece of these tiny models.
Well, most box sets have extra heads. I also had a problem with a AoBR head, but there were plenty in both the boyz and lootas boxes that I also bought.
For the price you'll pay just for a head or two (a buck or so plus shipping) I'd just buy a box of lootas.
there used to be a website called the warstore or something. Do a google search for 40k Bitz and you'll find places that sell individual ork parts.
The Loota/burna sets are good for troop bits, and the new Trukk sets are good for orky vehicles. In fact, you can easily make a trukk out of the kit and have more than enough to make a Rhino, Chimera, Leman Russ or Land Raider very Orky. ^_^
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Thanks for the info everyone. Does anyone know how much the Loota/Burna sets or any other smaller/cheaper sets with extra bitz cost??
Worst case scenario, I was thinking I might even buy a whole 'nother SPRU of boyz on Ebay for hopefully $5 or less. I've heard you can never have too many Boyz
Other than ebay you can also buy bits on bis sites like e.g. bitsandkits.co.uk (I am not affiliated with this business, I am just a happy customer) and many others more.
The cheapest strategy, however, is to regularly go to a game shop, play games there and build a network of friends. Here in Zurich we just give away for free our excessive bits to whoever needs them, so in the end everybody gives and receives at the same time depending on what they need and don't need.
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