If they are like the ForgeWorld ones that would be surprising. I’m not sure they can cast plastic like that. Even the Chinese scenery that is sprueless is in kit form.Well it now makes sense why Forge World stopped selling their zone Mortalis floor tiles last month if it’s going to become a main GW promise.
If it’s like the old forge world ones they will be a one piece floor tile and wall.
New Necromunda book released on Nov 9 th.
Low Lives by Denny Flowers
Denny: “Numerous tales are recounted of the outlaws and desperados who plague the underhive. But Low Lives is the story of a hero who fights injustice for only a modest fee, a champion who will take a stand providing the room stops spinning. His name is Caleb Cursebound, and he is extremely hungover.”
Weren't the FW ZM tiles(expensive) resin? I thought it was the reason people were getting excited at the prospect of plastic ZM tile.As a part of their support Forge World created plastic gaming tiles to use as the board, however the tiles had the walls already moulded onto them in the same patterns that exist in the Necromunda box set.
We should ask Andy Hoare how much sooner he can expect something to happen, maybe it's just a matter of perspective.I'm turning into that guy, every week I scour the forge world pages looking for the "sooner than expected" subjugators. Come on forgeworld I need to spread my purchase around!
I understand there must be some sort of demand for LOTR but I just don't get it. Overall the minis look like metal GW minis from the 90s. The lore is explored and set in stone. My friend and I are always let down when it's LOTR news.However here are some hobbit personalities no one asked for!