- 19/07/2016 at 23:32 #45148Darryl SmithParticipant
A bit of review on my blog:
Buckeye Six Actual
http://germancolonialgaming.blogspot.com/04/08/2016 at 09:19 #45835kid bananasParticipant
I’m. Surprised they are so small. Was looking at them for a potential not 40k Imperial Guard.
10/09/2016 at 02:17 #48385AnonymousInactive
- This reply was modified 5 years, 2 months ago by kid bananas. Reason: Autocorrect on phone
I practically love them. Just smaller than bog standard human humanoids in space. Hm, space elves…. Better not follow that thought very far…10/09/2016 at 14:31 #48409RhodericParticipant
Wow, they are tiny! I thought of the Darkest Star figures as being on the smaller side of 15mm (judging by the few Spec-Sec figures I have) and yet these figures look like children in comparison.
They’re almost tiny enough to make me wonder if there’s any chance they’d go well with the “large 12mm” infantry from the Heavy Gear Blitz range. If they do, I’d be interested in buying some, but that’s still a very big “if”. It doesn’t take very much of a scale difference to make a big discrepancy at this scale/size range, unfortunately.
At any rate, I could see them in some sort of self-contained mini-project, paired up with a carefully chosen range of diminutive 15mm aliens. Maybe the Khurasan Chewks, the Critical Mass Kaamados Squamata or the Ion Age Maligs (although the lattermost might have to be redefined as old-style Space Orks rather than goblins/grots, given that the Ion Age range is very much on the larger side of 15mm). Finding suitable vehicles shouldn’t be much of a problem, as long as one steers clear of the larger ones.
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