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The Odalisques are female bodyguards from the Haqqislam faction. This box set replaces the older blister with Boarding Shotgun. This is a more in-depth review than usual as these are my own models for my own army...
Coming to market toward the end of 2011 was Sarissa Precision's 'System ∞' set of modular laser-cut MDF scenery. As the Settler Pod is largely identical to the previously reviewed Explorer Pod this review will mostly look at changes from the smaller pod.
The Settler Pod is in the middle of the sizes of buildings available from Sarissa.
Coming to market toward the end of 2011 was Sarissa Precision's 'System ∞' set of modular laser-cut MDF scenery. From the name of the range Sarissa are clearly targetting the terrain-hungry needs of Corvus Belli's Infinity game and I'll be reviewing the kit accordingly.
The Explorer Pod is the smallest of the buildings in the range and is priced accordingly.
Micro Art Studio's District 5 Apartment kit was one of the first mass-market laser cut SF buildings when it came out last year. This review covers the recent version 2 release which is cosmetically identical but has a slightly differently shaped floor piece to allow for future modularity. As far as I'm aware the two different versions of the kit will stack on top of each other but the floors and the long walls from the older version can't be interchanged with the new version or upcoming related models.
Welcome to a review of my first Avatar from Malifaux (by Wyrd Miniatures).
As you have noticed I have gone for Seamus and his Avatar of Dread. Or, to a lot of people on the Internet, Mr Hyde/Hulk. So let’s make a start on this bad boy.
Infinity relies heavily on status markers, most people print them out or photocopy them and cut them out, but Micro Art Studio are now offering official 'Designed for Infinity' versions in laser-cut acrylic.
Welcome to my review of Relics from the guys from Tor Gaming a skirmish based game with some of the most original miniatures around.
will be looking at the rulebook that is available on-line from Wargame Vault. There are two versions available, one for $10.00 (USD) that includes all of the rules and army lists, and a free 'Starter' version (missing rules on Magic, Morale, Command and Lingering Effects, and only has army lists for figures in the Starter Cans). As always I will be covering the usual FMRRMWYGFYMS
system of reviews.
This is something different as this is my first video review that's right instead of only reading the good bits and looking at the pretty pictures you have to deal with my voice, although there are pretty pictures as well!