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Check it out: https://www.wyrd-games.net/news/2018/3/20/march-newsletter

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Love the new Easter models, though I'm disappointed they're metal rather than plastic.

Excited to see Gwyneth on the release schedule. Now I just hope she arrives before the Lotus Eaters, which don't seem to have made it to any of my FLGSs yet, though they're apparently out in the UK.

 

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16 minutes ago, Pyrflamme said:

Loving Gremlin Bob Ross, but sad to see that Undying seems to have vanished :(

Same ! have the TT/ressers box been buried ?

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7 minutes ago, Oligan06 said:

All look great but could  we get a confirmation of which vik is which? Or do they come with a card for each? 

Well, the one in the bunny suit...

The one with the ears...

(Marlena sighs and starts over, again)

I think that two swords = Sword Vik = Stabby Vik = Blood.

 

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2 minutes ago, bedjy said:

Same ! have the TT/ressers box been buried ?

Another job well done by the Death Marshals! What we bury, stays buried!

I hear there’s a job opening or two near the top of the sanctioned corpse handling supply chain in Malifaux....

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As much as I like plastic, metal is really good at holding details. I'm very, very curious to get these metals and see what Wyrd can do with the medium at this time. 

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Bob Moss. His name is Bob Moss. And he paints happy little pigs and "happy accident" explosions. And he is so calm. And then he beat the Neverborn out of it. 

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57 minutes ago, Raimu said:

I will look forward for Viks rerelease in plastic in future, passing on metal.

You'll be waiting a long time ... not likely to happen.

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I don't like metal as much as plastic.  However, metal is tolerable and a price I'm willing to pay if it is the cost of making limited edition models an easier thing to make happen.

The only thing that will make metal intolerable is if portions of the metal are too thin and in practice will be perpetually bent.  Honestly those katanas in the render look a little on the thin side...

So basically metal is fine, but make the sculpts take the material into account.  So metal Highlander Viktorias with non-bendy claymores over perpetually bent thin katana Viktorias would be my comment on metal.

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I like Metal, been dealing with metal models for 25 years so I am old hat. Using a dremel wire wheel on low speed will help clean them up and smooth them out in no time. Have found recently that gorilla super glue works great with metal models too. It makes more sense for small runs to make models out of metal anyways. Maybe we can get more cool alt models this way or even re-releases of old 1st ed classics.

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Oh, My G!! Gremlin Bob's Piglette Half-Fro is Hilarious.

I doubt I'll be playing Gremlins anytime soon, but I Will be Painting them!!! 

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