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Well, I'm going to start a Escher gang soon as I recently experienced the joy of Mordheim.
But I'm pretty sure that just days ago you could buy single Escher minatures from the Online store, and I'm also pretty sure that they still had the Mad Donna parts left. But they don't...
This is for me highly frustrating, well any way, having heard that some one in this forum used dark elf witches for Escher gangers (Sorry unknown, I dont remeber your name, but you are honoured in my thoughts) I went in to look at the Dark Elves minature range, and behold...there where no Witch elves

WTF is going on? Is this some kind of Evil plot against Escher players? :?
 

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GW is redoing its online store. Rather than just shut the whole thing down for a few weeks they decided to do it a bit at a time, which means that various models won't be available until they've rearchived them.
 

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Ok, so the minatures will be available again?
 

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Theoretically they will - its something to do with GW revamping their store.

However, with their current level of commitment to specialist games, I'm unsure GW will do anything to make it easy or at all practical for us to buy specialist games models.

If you look in the 'general hobby discussion' forum there is a bit more info on this topic being discussed.

Rich.
 

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I believe the miniatures still are available..

Run a search for the word Escher, or something, and you should get all the individual parts codes in a long list.

The stuff you can click on on the online store never tells the full story.

Alternately, get the codes from the specialist games catalogue (your store should have a copy) and mail order them directly by code.
 

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I believe the miniatures still are available..

Run a search for the word Escher, or something, and you should get all the individual parts codes in a long list.
The stuff you can click on on the online store never tells the full story.
Alternately, get the codes from the specialist games catalogue (your store should have a copy) and mail order them directly by code.
Not anymore - all bits are suspended, catalogues replaced by 2008 (i tried to get some necromunda bits yesterday for a project) - You can't even do it down the phone.
 
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