Fallout: Wasteland Warfare - Brotherhood of Steel: Frontline Knights


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Description

This Fallout: Wasteland Warfare set contains 32mm scale high-quality multi-part resin miniatures with scenic bases. Requires some assembly. Supplied unpainted. Each set provides an expansion to your game with new cards for player vs player and AI game modes.

Models:

  • 1x Knight in T60 armour
  • 3x Knight Patrol in combat armour with laser rifles
  • 4x Scenic bases

Cards:

4x Large cards: Unit, AI and 14+ small cards with a range of: Items (Weapon, Equipment, Mod, Power Armour), Boost, Explore, Events, Wasteland (Danger, Creature, Stranger)

 

 

In Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, players will build their own crew from a wide range of factions, allies and iconic characters from the Fallout series, and play in apocalyptic games of 3 - 30 high quality 32mm scale resin miniatures through a huge variety of iconic scenery and settlement buildings, from the Red Rocket to Sanctuary Hills, Nuka-Cola vending machines and wrecked cars. 

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Edward
super deatailed and fun to paint

I agree that the combat clothed people were a little more difficult to paint, since power armor is more simple IMO, lots of pockets and caught in exceedingly motion orientated pose's. And i agree that some of the weapons were very close to the body, making both slightly difficult to paint, but i have some really small brushes, so i got through it.
Really fun to paint in the end with nice scenic base's

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guy
very detailed and looks great

The T-60 dude was very fun to paint. I'd definitely reccomend getting it just for him. The combat armor dudes, however, were quite tricky to paint, due to all the many tight corners. The 'charging'-posed model in particular has his laser rifle cut off halfway through the stock, and the rest of it is molded into the torso, making it extremely hard to get lined up while gluing. That model in particular is also only attached through the left foot, making it's stability a bit questionable. These are definitely for intermediate-skilled painters.

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