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Postby manic _miner » Sun Dec 11, 2011 4:03 pm

Nice additions to the range.Mine are still sitting in boxes waiting for some love.
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Postby maxxev » Sun Dec 11, 2011 4:27 pm

Yep I like the Dhogu Specialists a lot... however they are quite pricey at ?4 each and all the bundles with them in have the YAK thing that I don't really want :(.
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Postby Inso » Sun Dec 11, 2011 4:45 pm

maxxev wrote:Yep I like the Dhogu Specialists a lot... however they are quite pricey at ?4 each and all the bundles with them in have the YAK thing that I don't really want :(.


I would suggest that maybe the prices reflect their pre-release MASTER status?

I'm not sure but it may be the case.
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Postby Dunk » Sun Dec 11, 2011 5:37 pm

I love the whole range, and think I'm going to sample WoT this year - can't find any decent/meaningful review of the game though; anyone here actually played it?
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Postby Ramshackle_Curtis » Sun Dec 11, 2011 5:37 pm

Nice models, all really great sculps, apart from the priests. Not for me. Everything else is brillo.
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Postby Carcharoth » Sun Dec 11, 2011 7:34 pm

Glad they are going down well :D

The Dhogu are a bit limited at the moment, particularly the infantry and you are getting a few extra bits with the sets. As with other infantry I'll aim to do them as 2 for ?6 and some sort of unit deal (4 or 5 infantry plus leader) when I release them properly (although the bits probably stretch the costs on them a tad). I've just got to sort out what arms/heads they'll come with and do a production mould.

Good job Inso - I thoroughly approve! Will they be assembled with their weapons, or converted to have guns as Grymn support troops?
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Postby madzerker » Sun Dec 11, 2011 7:38 pm

I would like to pick up some of the beasties without packs on them to use as random wildlife in sci fi games.
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Postby Carcharoth » Sun Dec 11, 2011 8:26 pm

There's an unladen version of the yirnak that was released a few months ago. :D
Pyre certainly have it (look under 'beasts') and Hasslefree might have it as well.
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Postby Inso » Sun Dec 11, 2011 9:13 pm

Carcharoth wrote:Good job Inso - I thoroughly approve! Will they be assembled with their weapons, or converted to have guns as Grymn support troops?


I haven't decided yet...they may get sci-fi'd up or they may stay as they are. I have recently purchased some fantasy Dwarfs from HF and they may get mixed up in that project...I'm not sure. Once I actually have the minis in hand I'll be able to make a decision.

Is Pyre your prime seller now (rather than HF)?
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Postby Jeremy Wright » Sun Dec 11, 2011 9:18 pm

I think they're great, especially the ones in furs. I'd love some for some nice primitives in any kind of setting from fantasy to sci-fi. The civilian is great too.
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