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So it's come to this...



A lady...grimdark...Casey Jones.

PS: Their Fabulous Bill replacement is rather excellent. I'm not much for the Chaos aesthetic, but it's a stonkingly good update if you like that kind of crazy detail.

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Albany, NY

 Elbows wrote:
A lady...grimdark...Casey Jones.
I always assumed it was Harley, myself

Pretty tempted by that guitarist, to properly upstage my Citadel boy as he diligently keeps the rhythm steady.

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Versteckt in den Schatten deines Geistes.

Those Servitors are magnificent.

   
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Those servitors are amazing.
   
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Well, looks like I'll be ordering at some point! Those servitors are must haves!
   
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Oakland, CA

I have to agree, those are the best servitors I've seen done for 40K.

Love that they're actually doing maintenance!
   
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Yeah the Servitors are superb. Not for 40K necessarily, but would be tremendous for games like Necromunda or other skirmish games (or heck, dioramas) for the 40K universe.

 
   
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Cymru

I need that window washing servitor

My P&M Shenanigans (40k mostly atm)

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Maine

 JoeRugby wrote:
I need that window washing servitor


I think it's my favorite too, though boot polishing dude is good too.
Though it's not a window he's working on.
Got to keep the bosses ride shiny.

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Anor Londo

Does anybody have any scale shots of any Wargame Exclusive figures alongside GW figs?

I purchased two of their Tau figures a while back and was very disappointed with the size, they were way too big to fit in. Wondering if the more recent, non-Tau figures suffer from this too?
   
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I have their original female commissar. I never got around to doing anything with it, but from memory it's a little taller and much slimmer than the plastic Cadian-Era guard.

She came with a snapped leg, and WE's response was 'You can always pin it!' so I never bought anything else from them, so couldn't say how their current models stack up.

Have to say, though, that I'm rather tempted by that not-Harley. She would look right at home in my Escher gang.

   
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Maine

Their pathfinders tend to be big, but you can see the Kroot female in the back of this picture.

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looking at the servitor with the shoe shine rag, I wonder if they made it so it lines up with the inquisitor from the car with her foot stepping up?

Would be hilarious and clever of them if the servitors worked as a pit crew for that other gothic car kit and inquisitor.

   
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London

I too love these new minis. Servitors are great fun and I have just spent ages looking through your website.

There will certainly be many of these (and others) gracing Necro, Inq28 and Wh40k board!



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Anor Londo

 insaniak wrote:
I have their original female commissar. I never got around to doing anything with it, but from memory it's a little taller and much slimmer than the plastic Cadian-Era guard.

She came with a snapped leg, and WE's response was 'You can always pin it!' so I never bought anything else from them, so couldn't say how their current models stack up.

Have to say, though, that I'm rather tempted by that not-Harley. She would look right at home in my Escher gang.


Thanks for the info, especially the part about the customer service, or lack of!




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 Insurgency Walker wrote:
Their pathfinders tend to be big, but you can see the Kroot female in the back of this picture.


Thanks for the pic!

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Kansas

I have one of the Tau produced by them, seems an okay fit size-wise, maybe a hint big.



I have a bunch of their cars and some other random figures, my customer service experience was good- one half of a car had some miscast areas and they replaced the part.

I don't usually even report something like a broken leg if it's a resin mini (GW and Forgeworld, I'm looking at you...). Thin weapons that are hard to glue or pin maybe.

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Very cool Platypus headed sniper!
Bravo.
Does the figure have backstory? A client species of the Tau?
   
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Grand Forks, ND, USA

That first car reminds me a lot of the 1989 Batmobile.

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Albany, NY

 Vortexo the Bold wrote:
Very cool Platypus headed sniper!
Bravo.
Does the figure have backstory? A client species of the Tau?
(As far as the mini goes, the platypus is a Hasslfree mini, and gods damn amazing >> https://www.hfminis.co.uk/shop?product=steve~hfsf134&category=sci%252dfi-%26%0D%0Aweird-war~sci%252dfi-humans)

I'm pretty sure I've stumbled across your crew before, Dr M, delicious smooth purple.

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Kansas

 Vortexo the Bold wrote:
Very cool Platypus headed sniper!
Bravo.
Does the figure have backstory? A client species of the Tau?


Thanks, not a lot of story thus far- I really like the idea of auxiliary races working with the Tau. I also have a worm-man and and a Scooby Doo in the team

Boss Savage wrote:I'm pretty sure I've stumbled across your crew before, Dr M, delicious smooth purple.


Thanks, and thanks for providing the link to the mini

This thread reminds me I wanted to buy a few more Tau, I had plans to run Assassinorum Execution Force using Tau vs. Imperium
Looks like they have a Tau proxy for each assassin now.

   
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Mississippi

I think the appropriate term for Tau assassins is Sh'ino'bi.

I have several of the Tau figures myself, hadn't thought of getting them as assassins.

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 Undead_Love-Machine wrote:
Does anybody have any scale shots of any Wargame Exclusive figures alongside GW figs?

I purchased two of their Tau figures a while back and was very disappointed with the size, they were way too big to fit in. Wondering if the more recent, non-Tau figures suffer from this too?


This is a side by side comparison. Note the WE model is on a scenic base maybe positioned standing about 3-4mm a little higher than the GW Cadre Fireblade.

   
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Eastern edge

So, looks like they will fit in with your Tau force well.

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