I will state a few details first and then get onto the product review. Take this as you will. I think I had become so disinterested in this project now due to the time delay that I no longer had any feelings for or against it.
I got a few pieces early to put together a review for the Kickstarter.
The amount of choice can leave you feeling a bit lost at first, but once you isolate the legs and torsos, the rest is down to weapons preference.
Regardless of their intended rules or play context, Forgeworld have answered our prayers and released both Mark III and IV sets of armour. Is there more to come? We’ve yet to see the full picture or release for either of the previewed heads, which seem to be Mark V and possibly Mk II.
In addition to last week’s Mk III release:
Two White Dwarf previews have snook onto the Internet, showing us the new kits for the Eldar Night Spinner and a rather well endowed Fire Prism.
The Night Spinner looks great, I’m glad to finally see this old vehicle make it to 40k form.
The Fire Prism looks top heavy and I can imagine a lot of initial reactions from people will be to drop the lance part. Particularly if you happen to have existing metal prisms in your collection. The labce would make a handy objective instead!