Da Red Gobbo's back?

Aulenback

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Yeah, I picked mine up "back in the day," along with my Lugga and my first Cutta. After a few years, the mob's survivors were fairly competent.
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Though they have picked up new names, recently, having become more dedicated to da revolushun than to just nickin' scrap. Kaptin Swing's Army now plow the sands, puttin' down names* in Da Black Book. Tags fer all!

*Possibly including their own former names. You know, for the look of things.
 
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Ardavion

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He is for sale in limited supply at GW stores on the ninth of November.
And I'm nowhere near a GW store on the 9th. Oh well. I'll have to wait and buy from an eBay scalper (that is if I eventually make up my mind about wanting one given the effort I put in to getting the frankly more usable-in-game original, and the very situational nature of this new mini).
 

Aulenback

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With some conniving with our local store staff, I managed to get one.

And then the next day noticed that it is up on the webstore. So the conniving [since I was working a twelve-hour day at a craft show] wasn't necessary. Still.

The sculpt is good, not too large [not noticable scale creep], and no actual pin into the base, so he can be mounted on the scenic base [or not] however desired. One of the two crates has a separate lid, so can be modeled closed, ajar, or open, with its interior full of ornaments. The bag full of grenades is in fact a separate piece, so even the basing elements are surprisingly flexible.

Mind you, I bought one for nostalgia. At that price-tag, I don't think picking up multiples for the basing elements would be ... economically sensible.

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