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 kodos wrote:
Isn't Prodos already using a different kind of plastic casting?

And I agree, GW is not in the position any more that they can screw up but still being the only one on the market
Plastic Models in good quality for SciFi are not unique to GW any more

and some games already grow momentum to take the place


Prodos was (probably something like siocast), but they seem to have dropped it and moved on to HIPS like GW etc, not clear why but I think the suggestion may have been to many failed casts but i'm not certain)

 
   
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 Aenar wrote:
Cronch wrote:
What is affordable. To me, $200 is the max that I would count as affordable, anything over that is "serious" purchase I need a real incentive to spend. As someone who does not collect multiple 2k armies, I really don't have one.

Mine (Anycubic Photon, basic model) costed $170 (€140) last January. Last time I checked, price dropped to $140. With $200 you can get a printer, some resin and some materials (IPA to clean, ...).
At max resolution you can print models with no visible print lines, at 1/40th of a mm (0.25 um). It's a bit slower than mono printers but it still prints way faster than I can paint.


Currently on special offer on amazon for £200, definitely seems to be cheaper in the US for access to the printers.
   
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Mario wrote:
Cronch wrote:
Well with 200 you don't even get the cheapest 40k army without rules
Sure, but I can buy 1 unit per month or hell, one unit every half a year and still have a 1k army eventually
You could also put the money (that buys one unit per month) aside until you can buy a 3D printer. Even one that costs a bit more than 200€, if you really wanted. If you can buy a 500€ army over a few months then you can also save 500€ over the same few months and spend it once you have saved up enough. The difference is only when you spend it. Neither is some insurmountable problem if you are already willing to spend 500€ on the hobby over a certain time frame.

In that case the choice is about what you want to spend that money on, not if you can or can't spend it. That is, if you are interested in buying a 3D printer, resin, and whatever else one needs.


Which is the whole point- the 3d printer ONLY makes sense if you want to print mutiple armies and terrain, and have space to deal with the side-effects of it running. it's not a plug and play device for someone who just wants a single army. And of course if you're into the actual hobby part of the hobby, having the model printed whole takes away half the fun. It's a toy that will make sense only for the house-owning person that is into creating and storing a pile of miniatures for ten different projects. If you're just someone that pops into their LGS for a saturday game of 40k/AoS once a week, it'll be a collosal waste of time and money.

(that is of course ignoring the whole issue of wanting THIS specific army/look. If I want to collect say, PanOceania from infinity, or stormcast from AoS, i may or may not be willing to go for Generic Sci-Fi soldiers and Not-Quite Golden Boys someone sculpted. That seems to be another big difference- if I want a specific look, I want that specific thing, not a close-enough equivalent)

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 kodos wrote:

And I agree, GW is not in the position any more that they can screw up but still being the only one on the market
Plastic Models in good quality for SciFi are not unique to GW any more



GW still has one big trump card - stores. GW has its own stores on the highstreet that only sell GW products. That's a huge bonus for them in constantly being able to recruit and retain fresh blood into the hobby. GW can lose all their old-guard customers and still likely make a healthy profit and survive and retain a major influence. Sure in some countries their influence is less than others, but they've clearly a means to making the highstreet work for them - and that's no small feat when most other firms are leaving the highstreet in droves right now.


It also means that they've a big advantage over other game companies in the wargame market. Other wargames rely on either community driven initiatives and/or store owners of 3rd parties hwo like and market their game. And many of those stores are under pressure and wargames are a slow earner compared to something like Yugio or Magic the Gathering; which can turn over easier and faster sales and have a less buy-in costs to keep up with (at least I'd assume the cost to get them stocked is far less than Warhammer, at least for getting started).

Even if other firms can undercut GW and make better models and better rules; GW has the marketing edge by far. It means constantly getting new people who won't be online in the wargame world to get pulled away.
Heck we can directly see that when GW is on a low other firms do well and when GW is on a high the other firms do less well - the vast majority are poaching/sharing customers with GW directly. I think until that relationship changes, GW will retain the top dog position for a long while yet.


If other wargames can develop effective social networking systems; local reps; better 3rd party store marketing material and options and in general find ways to get new people into gaming thorugh them not through GW; then there's every chance they could start to compete with GW.

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The prices are not that bad all things considered. It's all about paying attention to what's going on in the market, same as always.

I've seen my Phrozen Sonic Mini that I paid about $300 for when I got him, dip under $150 US this summer on Amazon, on quite a few occasions.
I've seen older Photons going for less than 100US directly from the manufacturer even in just the past few weeks.

I've gotten good results cleaning with LA Totally Awesome, a dollar store cleaner instead of using alcohol, all for a buck.

The larger 1000g bottles of resin regularly hit the 30 dollar mark on Amazon too, including the pricier eco types or water washables.

Just need to keep an eye on things. Like that 400 Mono X that I should've got and dawdled about over rather than just pulling the trigger.

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 GoldenHorde wrote:
Explain, really why, GW has put it so I cannot recieve communication about when Stormboyz, Trukks, Killa Kans, Kustom Boosta Blastas, MegaTrakk Scrapjets, Deffkilla Wartrikes, or the Mekboy Workshop come back in stock?


Just to touch back on this, for a second - for stuff that is listed as temporarily out of stock, there should be an "Email me" option, as I can see on the UK site for the Deff Dread at the moment.

I do think they could do a better job with flagging when an item is being removed to be repackaged, though. While I expect the "Sold out online" to be correct for the Ork SC or the special edition Codex, I'd guess the Kustom Boosta-Blasta, Shokkjump Dragsta and Deffkilla Wartrike are just going into 9th edition packaging with a new SKU for the 2021 vintage. I'd guess that it is a limitation of the Kirby's Wife-era store that there can't be a different message presented for these two, possibly with an "Email me" option for things which are going to be repackaged.

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 Kanluwen wrote:
This is, emphatically, why I will continue suggesting nuking Guard and starting over again. It's a legacy army that needs to be rebooted with a new focal point.

Confirmation of why no-one should listen to Kanluwen when it comes to the IG - he doesn't want the IG, he want's Kan's New Model Army... 
   
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I should note that if 3D printing ever became a threat to GW you'd start to see a lot more legal attention paid to places that go STL files for 40k. right around the same time CGL started their battletech kickstarter they went and shut down a lotta people making Mech STL files, in this case a lot of the STLs where literally image rips from the HBS Battletech and MWO though. and they CLAIM topps told them to go after but well.. it was right around the time they launched a kickstarter for their own line of plastic minis

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Mario wrote:
Cronch wrote:
Well with 200 you don't even get the cheapest 40k army without rules
Sure, but I can buy 1 unit per month or hell, one unit every half a year and still have a 1k army eventually
You could also put the money (that buys one unit per month) aside until you can buy a 3D printer. Even one that costs a bit more than 200€, if you really wanted. If you can buy a 500€ army over a few months then you can also save 500€ over the same few months and spend it once you have saved up enough. The difference is only when you spend it. Neither is some insurmountable problem if you are already willing to spend 500€ on the hobby over a certain time frame.

In that case the choice is about what you want to spend that money on, not if you can or can't spend it. That is, if you are interested in buying a 3D printer, resin, and whatever else one needs.



While that's true, it's not really how hobbies work. People don't save up for a year to then go and start a new hobby. There has to be a lower cost entry point. And GW do well at providing that by literally giving you a free model to paint in store, and selling all their various starter boxes. Now once you've done that, decided the hobby is for you, then maybe you start saving for a printer instead of buying a few minis every month and painting them up, but that's also a tough ask of someone: they've now started the hobby, they don't want to put it on hold for a year when they could pick things up as they go along. And of course, they'll be thinking "well I'll never want more than one 2000 point army anyway". And by the time they get excited by a starter box which has a faction in it they've not used before, it's twelve months later and they never did save for that printer.

GW's current system is fairly robust against this sort of thing. I'm sure we'll get to the point eventually where 3D printers are so easy to operate that everyone has one in the home, but that's a long way off still. And that'll revolutionise a whole lot more than wargaming minis.
   
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Cronch wrote:
Spoiler:
Mario wrote:
Cronch wrote:
Well with 200 you don't even get the cheapest 40k army without rules
Sure, but I can buy 1 unit per month or hell, one unit every half a year and still have a 1k army eventually
You could also put the money (that buys one unit per month) aside until you can buy a 3D printer. Even one that costs a bit more than 200€, if you really wanted. If you can buy a 500€ army over a few months then you can also save 500€ over the same few months and spend it once you have saved up enough. The difference is only when you spend it. Neither is some insurmountable problem if you are already willing to spend 500€ on the hobby over a certain time frame.

In that case the choice is about what you want to spend that money on, not if you can or can't spend it. That is, if you are interested in buying a 3D printer, resin, and whatever else one needs.


Which is the whole point- the 3d printer ONLY makes sense if you want to print mutiple armies and terrain, and have space to deal with the side-effects of it running. it's not a plug and play device for someone who just wants a single army. And of course if you're into the actual hobby part of the hobby, having the model printed whole takes away half the fun. It's a toy that will make sense only for the house-owning person that is into creating and storing a pile of miniatures for ten different projects. If you're just someone that pops into their LGS for a saturday game of 40k/AoS once a week, it'll be a collosal waste of time and money.

(that is of course ignoring the whole issue of wanting THIS specific army/look. If I want to collect say, PanOceania from infinity, or stormcast from AoS, i may or may not be willing to go for Generic Sci-Fi soldiers and Not-Quite Golden Boys someone sculpted. That seems to be another big difference- if I want a specific look, I want that specific thing, not a close-enough equivalent)
I was addressing the cost point. If somebody's invested in the hobby and wants to save money then at some point a 3D printer might make sense (and it's not like GW is in a habit of dropping prices while 3D printers, on the other hand, are getting cheaper and easier to use every few years). Of course if somebody wants a specific miniature then buying it is probably easier/faster (except if somebody were to really manage to copy all of GW's miniature lines and it became a haven for 3D model pirates). But that wasn't what I was addressing, it was a simple question of cost and how to pay for it. And if somebody is even just buying one/two boxes of GW minis each month then they should be able save up enough for some of the mentioned cheaper 3D printers in a rather short time. It's not like the sums are hugely different.

When it comes to the hobby then 3D prints might remove the hassle of mould lines while also allowing for more dynamic poses and/or more variations in details (pouches, different helmets or heads, weapons, all kinds of personalisation,…). And one can still take printed miniatures, cut them up, and have fun kitbashing something new, and/or print all kinds of weapons, accessories, and other stuff to glue on printed miniatures or traditionally made miniatures. Nobody's being forced to only use printed miniatures exactly like they come out of the printer. I'd say that's more of an expansion of the hobby than a reduction of fun.

To me 3D printers feel like airbrushes. A tool that's useful to some but in contrast to airbrushes also one that may grow in utility and usability in time and become more useful to more people. Or only a handful of people in a group of friends might buy a printer but make it available to many more people. Not everybody needs to buy one to actually have access to one.

deano2099 wrote:
Spoiler:
Mario wrote:
Cronch wrote:
Well with 200 you don't even get the cheapest 40k army without rules
Sure, but I can buy 1 unit per month or hell, one unit every half a year and still have a 1k army eventually
You could also put the money (that buys one unit per month) aside until you can buy a 3D printer. Even one that costs a bit more than 200€, if you really wanted. If you can buy a 500€ army over a few months then you can also save 500€ over the same few months and spend it once you have saved up enough. The difference is only when you spend it. Neither is some insurmountable problem if you are already willing to spend 500€ on the hobby over a certain time frame.

In that case the choice is about what you want to spend that money on, not if you can or can't spend it. That is, if you are interested in buying a 3D printer, resin, and whatever else one needs.



While that's true, it's not really how hobbies work. People don't save up for a year to then go and start a new hobby. There has to be a lower cost entry point. And GW do well at providing that by literally giving you a free model to paint in store, and selling all their various starter boxes. Now once you've done that, decided the hobby is for you, then maybe you start saving for a printer instead of buying a few minis every month and painting them up, but that's also a tough ask of someone: they've now started the hobby, they don't want to put it on hold for a year when they could pick things up as they go along. And of course, they'll be thinking "well I'll never want more than one 2000 point army anyway". And by the time they get excited by a starter box which has a faction in it they've not used before, it's twelve months later and they never did save for that printer.

GW's current system is fairly robust against this sort of thing. I'm sure we'll get to the point eventually where 3D printers are so easy to operate that everyone has one in the home, but that's a long way off still. And that'll revolutionise a whole lot more than wargaming minis.
I don't ever see 3D printers as the entry to the wargaming hobby. Maybe for the random few who get into the miniature painting hobby first and want to branch out to wargaming but overall 3D printers seem more like something that can come later. And like I mention in the reply above. Maybe you don't even need to buy a 3D printer if somebody in your group has one. People might start by supplementing some armies with personalised details, move on to personalising whole units, to finally wanting their own printer and not wanting to queue for the group's "community printer".

Each step in isolation wouldn't hurt any company much but in aggregate they might have a bigger effect that miniature companies might have to accept as "a thing" that's creating some sort of issue for them.
   
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Mario wrote:


To me 3D printers feel like airbrushes. A tool that's useful to some but in contrast to airbrushes also one that may grow in utility and usability in time and become more useful to more people. Or only a handful of people in a group of friends might buy a printer but make it available to many more people. Not everybody needs to buy one to actually have access to one.


That's how it works in my area. Most people don't have 3D printers, but enough people do have 3D printers that it is easy enough to get something printed from "a guy who knows a guy."
   
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Dudeface wrote:
 BobtheInquisitor wrote:
The Shieldwolf sisters cost me $35 for 20. How much are they overcharging you for them in order to match GW pricing?? [...]


Ahhh didn't see they were 20 to a box, thought they were 10. I can't seem to find them outside of ebay or the Shieldwolf’s site, but they're £29 more or less, which is slightly more than a box of sisters from a UK retailer.

Those tanks though ain't cheap, €58 is a lot.

We appreciate the feedback, it means a lot to us.
Our plastic Sisters made history and have received an awesome welcome from the community and naturally are made available via numerous vendors in the world (below are the first links that came up via a quick Google search, we sell to distributors who then supply even more vendors, some of which we don't even know are carrying our range!).

https://wargamesbuildings.co.uk/Shieldwolf-Miniatures-1

https://www.tabletopempires.com.au/Shieldwolf-Miniatures-Sisters-of-Talliareum-Female-Paladin-Knights

https://bridgedist.com/sisters-of-faith-infantry/

https://www.chaosorc.com/?s=shieldwolf

The tanks on the other hand were kickstarted and would have been $40 in hard plastic, with a stretch goal if the project went very well to double the number (i.e. that would have given 2 tanks instead of one, making the cost drop down to $20/each).
Unfortunately the backing wasn't enough and that never happened. So, the production material ended in resin and rest assured it's a very competitive price (sales and back orders prove that) which will shortly see a rise since 58 euros for this massive resin construct is still on the very cheap.

Edit: Forgot to mention in the price you must take into account that these almost always ship for free worldwide, as a 60euro order is eligible for free P&P. That too must be taken into account

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 Shieldwolf Miniatures wrote:
Dudeface wrote:
 BobtheInquisitor wrote:
The Shieldwolf sisters cost me $35 for 20. How much are they overcharging you for them in order to match GW pricing?? [...]


Ahhh didn't see they were 20 to a box, thought they were 10. I can't seem to find them outside of ebay or the Shieldwolf’s site, but they're £29 more or less, which is slightly more than a box of sisters from a UK retailer.

Those tanks though ain't cheap, €58 is a lot.

We appreciate the feedback, it means a lot to us.
Our plastic Sisters made history and have received an awesome welcome from the community and naturally are made available via numerous vendors in the world (below are the first links that came up via a quick Google search, we sell to distributors who then supply even more vendors, some of which we don't even know are carrying our range!).

https://wargamesbuildings.co.uk/Shieldwolf-Miniatures-1

https://www.tabletopempires.com.au/Shieldwolf-Miniatures-Sisters-of-Talliareum-Female-Paladin-Knights

https://bridgedist.com/sisters-of-faith-infantry/

https://www.chaosorc.com/?s=shieldwolf

The tanks on the other hand were kickstarted and would have been $40 in hard plastic, with a stretch goal if the project went very well to double the number (i.e. that would have given 2 tanks instead of one, making the cost drop down to $20/each).
Unfortunately the backing wasn't enough and that never happened. So, the production material ended in resin and rest assured it's a very competitive price (sales and back orders prove that) which will shortly see a rise since 58 euros for this massive resin construct is still on the very cheap.

Edit: Forgot to mention in the price you must take into account that these almost always ship for free worldwide, as a 60euro order is eligible for free P&P. That too must be taken into account


Thank you very much for the information and well done guys, you make some cool minis!

Always good to see this sort of helpful post from a creator on here
   
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Think about Gamza what you want.

I just find it funny that GW is going as predicted full amok with its copyright again, striking down 3d printed models for sale




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Not Online!!! wrote:
 Turnip Jedi wrote:
But, as someone else told me, aren't a lot of the recasters kind of out of reach in parts of the world with a fluid take on IP

So it'll just be swinging at the low hanging fruit with the odd overstep lest the record profits become less recordy




This.

Neither russia nor Chinacast will care.
this will just target 3d Printing community and artists in there for either Infringement or imagined infringement.


Frankly this is just more of the most recent trend of GW further targetting community goodwill for no other reason then to look good to investors.

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Not Online!!! wrote:



Think about Gamza what you want.

I just find it funny that GW is going as predicted full amok with its copyright again, striking down 3d printed models for sale




Also Called it 17 days ago

Not Online!!! wrote:
 Turnip Jedi wrote:
But, as someone else told me, aren't a lot of the recasters kind of out of reach in parts of the world with a fluid take on IP

So it'll just be swinging at the low hanging fruit with the odd overstep lest the record profits become less recordy




This.

Neither russia nor Chinacast will care.
this will just target 3d Printing community and artists in there for either Infringement or imagined infringement.


Frankly this is just more of the most recent trend of GW further targetting community goodwill for no other reason then to look good to investors.


Not seen any mention of this sort of thing happening anywhere else, so I'll take it with a pinch of salt until people start to provide first hand evidence places.
   
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The video citers three different sources. I am not seeing anything on any of Doctor Faust's channels ( I cannot check Facebook as I have nor want any Facebook account). However I cant blame Doctor Faust, he is a sole trader and cannot afford any beef with GW in case they get spiteful with him.

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 Orlanth wrote:
I am not seeing anything on any of Doctor Faust's channels ( I cannot check Facebook as I have nor want any Facebook account).
It's on FB - below is a copy from another site:

Spoiler:


So advertising a 3D print as an AoS Mancrusher Gargant gets it taken down.
   
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beast_gts wrote:
 Orlanth wrote:
I am not seeing anything on any of Doctor Faust's channels ( I cannot check Facebook as I have nor want any Facebook account).
It's on FB - below is a copy from another site:

Spoiler:


So advertising a 3D print as an AoS Mancrusher Gargant gets it taken down.


Yes, which is also the same for cast models as well, which is why they all have different names. If the name is unique enough and GW can copyright/trademark/IP protect it then they will. It's annoying, but at the same time expected. It's why there are slowly developing a few alternate name lists out there which are commonly "used" to describe things and like as not as things grow most GW models will have an "alternate 3rd party name" that is commonly used between designers enough that it will be generally known in the community and searched for.

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it's also against ebay rules as keyword spamming since it's not the aforementioned item

(and how much stuff does get pulled on ebay for just that reason it's shouldn't surprise sellers if it happens to them, call it a Giant for Tabletop Wargaming and most folk will be able to find it and it shouldn't get pulled)

 
   
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beast_gts wrote:
So advertising a 3D print as an AoS Mancrusher Gargant gets it taken down.
I should really have put /s after that...

 NAVARRO wrote:
Point being that GW is actively looking into eBay sellers and asking for items to be delisted.
Which they've done forever. I've had auctions removed because I copied the product photos from GW's website rather than taking my own.

They're also not doing a particularity god job out of it - 9 out of 10 results for Contemptor Volkite are either recasts or 3D prints.

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How long before one page rules gets a letter?
   
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 privateer4hire wrote:
How long before one page rules gets a letter?


If anything, i expect said letter to be filled with Anthrax.

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 Wha-Mu-077 wrote:
 privateer4hire wrote:
How long before one page rules gets a letter?


If anything, i expect said letter to be filled with Antrax.


Okay. Google isn’t being helpful. Who is that/they? Thank you
   
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 privateer4hire wrote:
 Wha-Mu-077 wrote:
 privateer4hire wrote:
How long before one page rules gets a letter?


If anything, i expect said letter to be filled with Antrax.


Okay. Google isn’t being helpful. Who is that/they? Thank you


It's a refrence to 2001 Anthrax attacks, where letters containing anthrax spores were mailed to several news media offices and to Democratic Senators. Five of them died of it.

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I thought you said filed instead of filled. Thought they had filed a letter with someone with that name.
   
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 Wha-Mu-077 wrote:
 privateer4hire wrote:
 Wha-Mu-077 wrote:
 privateer4hire wrote:
How long before one page rules gets a letter?


If anything, i expect said letter to be filled with Antrax.


Okay. Google isn’t being helpful. Who is that/they? Thank you


It's a refrence to 2001 Anthrax attacks, where letters containing anthrax spores were mailed to several news media offices and to Democratic Senators. Five of them died of it.


so you're hyperbolicly comparing GW to terrorists now?

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 privateer4hire wrote:
How long before one page rules gets a letter?

For their rules, never
For the models, it looks like GW has a list and is sending letters one by one, maybe soon, maybe never

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 kodos wrote:
 privateer4hire wrote:
How long before one page rules gets a letter?

For their rules, never
For the models, it looks like GW has a list and is sending letters one by one, maybe soon, maybe never


So we have a couple of claims of ebay items falsely keywords with warhammer being pulled. Where is the evidence of this list of sculptors being shut down?
   
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 Wha-Mu-077 wrote:
If anything, i expect said letter to be filled with Anthrax.

Remember kids, if you run out of actual things to be mad at GW for, just make stuff up! Pretend the company is run by terrorists!
   
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Dudeface wrote:
 kodos wrote:
 privateer4hire wrote:
How long before one page rules gets a letter?

For their rules, never
For the models, it looks like GW has a list and is sending letters one by one, maybe soon, maybe never

So we have a couple of claims of ebay items falsely keywords with warhammer being pulled. Where is the evidence of this list of sculptors being shut down?

you mean like the other 16 pages of this topic and the other topic talking about GW going after patreons that were a little bit too similar?

Harry, bring this ring to Narnia or the Sith will take the Enterprise

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