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The catalogue page image is on a couple of pages between p213 and here.

If the Enforcers get take Cyber-Mastiffs as pets, I'm sure there's a new model in the pipeline.

Not sure what people's definition of "future cop" vs "future soldier" is, really. the John Blanche concept picture only "looks like" an Arbitrator / Enforcer because it says "Enforcer" next to it. otherwise, it could simply be another Imperial Guard regiment.

The Arbites models' main "law enforcement" feature to me was the prominent badge on the left breast, as a Judge Dredd reference, and the static pose; they're forming a line. Other than that, they're just guys in carapace armour, with design cues pointing back to old Imperial Guard heavy infantry troopers.
   
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Thanks, those Guild rules sound very tasty.

 
   
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I like what I see about these guys so far, Going full guild book can give you a leg up on Hive crossovers, and sets the stage for the Underhive.



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"policing up" these guys should really be a matter of a Webber, a grenade launcher packed with Scare and a couple of riot shields. I really like the pose of the guy with a torch (flashlight for our colonial friends) in one hand and pistol in the other.
   
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These enforcers look awesome. I've never tried out necromunda, is it like KT?
   
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 Togusa wrote:
These enforcers look awesome. I've never tried out necromunda, is it like KT?


Sort of. Its more campaign orientated. Ideally, necromunda is played over a series of games, and after each game your gangers improve, and you can give them new gear. I don't think kill team has as robust and in-depth as a system.
   
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 Kid_Kyoto wrote:


Thanks, those Guild rules sound very tasty.


Tasty like an ice cream ad!
   
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 Togusa wrote:
These enforcers look awesome. I've never tried out necromunda, is it like KT?


Necromunda is less competitive, more narrative, more randomness, need some houseruling and DM to steer the campaign to make the most fun out of it.

Killteam focus on the balance side where the points system limit a team from being too strong, leveling up a dude or give him all the best gear in KT can be potentially undesirable or detrimental, while in Necromunda, you'd want the best gears and level up for your dude.

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If anyone is in the fence about the new book - I’d say grab it - there’s really quite a bit of meat in it.

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 Grot 6 wrote:

Does anyone have a picture of the 2d edition Necromunda Enforcer/ Arbite Squad? One of the things glaringly missing is the robot mastiffs.
I imagine the cyber mastiff would get a release like the Sumpkroc

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 aka_mythos wrote:
 Grot 6 wrote:

Does anyone have a picture of the 2d edition Necromunda Enforcer/ Arbite Squad? One of the things glaringly missing is the robot mastiffs.
I imagine the cyber mastiff would get a release like the Sumpkroc

They will probably just re-use the cyber mastif that came with the "imperial enforcer" event model a few years ago. Just like they re-used the rogue psyker model.

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 Graphite wrote:
"policing up" these guys should really be a matter of a Webber, a grenade launcher packed with Scare and a couple of riot shields.


Until they meet an tooled up gang that won't go peacefully...

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timd wrote:
 Graphite wrote:
"policing up" these guys should really be a matter of a Webber, a grenade launcher packed with Scare and a couple of riot shields.


Until they meet an tooled up gang that won't go peacefully...

T


Indeed. Its actually quite fitting that a reference to US police popped up in this thread as the Enforcers have to deal with the same problems they do - heavily armed gangs who might be hopped up on drugs that may render non-lethal attempts at apprehending them ineffective.

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I am near certain that the inevitable FW weapons packs for them will include riot shields though, it seems like very low hanging fruit. Plus FW likes shields.

We haven't seen the sprues yet, I would be surprised if there isn't at least one more heavy/special weapon on the sprue. Probably a webber, grenade launcher or heavy stubber I would think.

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I wonder for fun games if it would work to use the robo dogs from Wild West Exodus as Enforcer Cyber mastiffs, even if they'll be a bit large?

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Although there are are several nice ”count as” miniatures from other companies I personally prefer Cyber Mastiffs from GW/FW. The three official sculpts mix really well (P.I.P.).

   
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 AegisGrimm wrote:
I wonder for fun games if it would work to use the robo dogs from Wild West Exodus as Enforcer Cyber mastiffs, even if they'll be a bit large?

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In a brief moment of madness I wondered if these dudes could work as a mastiff squad.



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Paint the bones as metal. Add cyber bits as appropriate. Count as SoB repentia with an Arbites Kappa IX officer?

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 CthuluIsSpy wrote:
timd wrote:
 Graphite wrote:
"policing up" these guys should really be a matter of a Webber, a grenade launcher packed with Scare and a couple of riot shields.


Until they meet an tooled up gang that won't go peacefully...

T


Indeed. Its actually quite fitting that a reference to US police popped up in this thread as the Enforcers have to deal with the same problems they do - heavily armed gangs who might be hopped up on drugs that may render non-lethal attempts at apprehending them ineffective.



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Wait, where are their Tactical Rocks/Ammo cases/Skulls/etc? While their poses are boring and static, at least they have both feet on the ground for once.

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 H.B.M.C. wrote:
Against my better judgement I ordered the book.
Not buying Kal though. AUD$55 is too much for two tiny plastic humans.


You should know where to look for better prices than that.

   
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 Azazelx wrote:
You should know where to look for better prices than that.
$44 is still too much for 2 plastic minis as well.

He costs as much as the Book of Peril!!!


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Does anyone have the current Van Saar gang? I haven't been able to find any pics of them side by side with primaris and I'm curious if the new reiver heads would fit on them or make them misshapen bobbleheads instead.

   
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 warboss wrote:
Does anyone have the current Van Saar gang? I haven't been able to find any pics of them side by side with primaris and I'm curious if the new reiver heads would fit on them or make them misshapen bobbleheads instead.


Here you go. Hope it helps.


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I think they might be a bit too bobble headed. The height is about the same but primaris heads are much wider.
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Thanks! That's just what I needed. Unfortunately, I agree that they're a bit too big. I was hoping to use the unhelmeted reiver heads but the helmeted one is way too big and just as wide.

   
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Just read the new book, I like how the new bounty hunter are even more overpriced and still have no personality, just "extra dude" on the field. While the Guild Representatives actually had a unique skill that gave them a bit personality.



   
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Ok, I know part of Necromunda is shuffling gang cards, but did they really have to shuffle this book? The trade post isn't beside the new equipment profiles. Why!?
   
 
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