Posts Tagged ‘How to Assemble’

 

 

Hello folks!

 

This month I decided to adhere to one of the new additions to the 6th edition of WH 40k, a flying vehicle. As I said on the previous article I love tanks, so nothing more adequate as my first choice of a flyer, a vehicle that is at the same time a ship and also a tank: Forge World’s Caestus Assault Ram.

 

Images help, but don’t show completely how cool this ship is! Even with a relatively simple design, it is imposing and elegant. After removing the resin reservoir blocks from the cast, cleaning mold lines, a few test fits quickly showed the steps I should follow to assemble and paint it.

 

Of course, besides being such a magnificent model, choosing it was also due to its use in games. A flying tank that can transport up to 10 Terminators, or serve as beacon for teleporting them; and also even if it is a flyer, it can still make ram moves (move 18” and ram, yes!) and you still get the Magna Melta, a 5”blast melta weapon. I can barely wait to see it in action!

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Hello there Reader.

 

This is the portuguese version of the “Outpost Kit” review published here. If you missed it do check it out today.

 

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Salve Leitor.

 

Acabei levando bem mais tempo para escrever este artigo do que eu esperava, mas, quero crer que a demora tenha valido a pena.

 

Já tem um tempo que escrevi pela primeira vez acerca de minha vontade de experimentar um novo sistema de jogo e compartilhar toda a experiência com vocês através do blog.Uma de minhas preocupações em relação a essa nova experiência eram os cenários principalmente porque o jogo que escolhi, o Infinity da Corvus Belli, possui uma temática e uma escala bastante diferentes dos demais jogos que eu já colecionava e assim o meu acervo de cenários não seria tão útil para o novo jogo.

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Hello there Reader.

 

Writing this article took me a lot longer than I originally anticipated (sorry about that Harry!) but I want to believe the end result I’m presenting you here in this review is well worth the wait.

 

I wrote here on the blog a while ago about the idea of tackling a new wargaming system from scratch and sharing my experiences along the way with you Reader from this blog. One of my biggest concerns were the scenery pieces given that the game I chose to begin with, Infinity from Corvus Belli, has a very different scale and atmosphere from the other games I already collected (namely Warhammer 40.000) and thus my collection of scenery pieces wouldn’t suit the new game.

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