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Dangermouse

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Review to follow...
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Dangermouse

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Now I have the photographs sorted I can present my review.

Box Set : WYR20501 Hired Swords (Outcast)



Manufacturer : Wyrd Miniatures (www.wyrd-games.net).

Game System : Malifaux 2E

In the box : 7 styrene figures; 7 Character Stat Cards; 7 plastic bases; 5 Upgrade Cards.



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Dangermouse

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Instruction manuals are available on the website.




Nice touch, helping to keep prices low.

Bases are all 30mm lipped with a recess underneath to glue in a magnet....very popular with gamers to store the figures.

Before...


...and after making a base...


...easy.

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Close up of figures...



I love the way you can stack the sprues to avoid any scratches....brilliant and very novel. ..




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Those are really nice figures mate. I have some of these Malifaux figures ( Cowboys ) but they are metal, I didn't know that they did them in plastic too, lovely crisp details on those


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Those are really nice figures mate. I have some of these Malifaux figures ( Cowboys ) but they are metal, I didn't know that they did them in plastic too, lovely crisp details on those


Pete


They are nice figures but extremely fiddly to put together, plus their feet are so small it's very difficult to pin them to the bases. It would have been better to have had slotted bases with an attached bar on the figure.

I may have found away around this...I'll take some pics and post them up later.

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Pete 

Malifaux current figure range are all plastic (and full of very small components, favoured by carpet monsters), detail on the range is fantastic 

Nigel

I found that they only need 1 pin per fig (with exception of hammer holder) as they are so light (student of conflict I pinned in centre of skirt as its not visible) 

Stephen 

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Dangermouse

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Stephan

I agree the Student is the easiest....



The others I've done like this as there is a pin already attached. ...



Nice tip is using the dried roots of a weed or dead plant from the garden to make a scaled tree with some cherry blossom just forming...



Sorry about the bad pics....forgot to clean the lens...!

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Wow Nigel, those look really nice.
very well detailed for such a small scale too it seems. [thumb]

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