Fallout: Wasteland Warfare - Brotherhood of Steel Core Box


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Description

Please note this is a re-stock of the box set that does not include the cards from the original release. The cards for this set can be found in the Wave 1 Fundamentals Deck or the unit and weapon cards can be downloaded for free here.

Expand your collection with with these high quality multi-part 32mm scale resin miniatures of 2 Lancers, 2 Field Scribes, 2 Knight Patrol, a T60 Paladin with Gatling Laser.

This Fallout: Wasteland Warfare set contains 32mm scale high-quality multi-part resin miniatures with scenic bases. Requires some assembly. Supplied unpainted. 

Miniatures:

  • 2x Lancers
  • 2x Field Scribes
  • 2x Knight Patrol
  • 1x T60 Paladin with Gatling Laser
  • 7x Scenic bases. Image shows painted miniatures

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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Customer Reviews

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Dmytro

they made a mistake with the set of elements of the assembly and put a duplicate of the body, which is now without arms

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Edward
loads and loads

of regular BoS, the ones you never really encounter in the game except in their base,
Plus i second wanting more armored characters (who you remember the most in the battle times)
In the end i ordered more singles from a russian off ebay selling broken up starter resin models as a way to add more power armor and alternate characters to the models i have and can use.

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Rily
Well it was an attempt

The base on the way the game its self was made had a few faults in it like how the super mutant core box had manly supermutants and if I am correct they are using characters from previous (the frank horrigan) and in my understanding that these figures have vary high quality and by the price you have given this set for only one power armor with a Gatling lazer evnthough the brotherhood is mostly known for power armor but the one figure you did do in power armor has astonishing detail but that dose no cover the fact there is only one power armor in the core box and the rest is just people in regular armor also my set that I ordered online on a different website had a lot of thin molding on it but it was good any ways I think you are on the right track but if you give more power armor more people want power armor

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Rob H
Glorious models, cards could be better.

Short version: miniatures are fabulous, but only having four unit cards for seven models has impacted negatively on games so far.

Long version:
These are the most finely detailed models I've seen - I'd expected problems with the thin rods below the laser rifle barrels or an offset in the perforated stocks but both are cast flawlessly.
I have had to put a little extra work in on the field scribe using a two-handed grip on his pistol (the pistol snapped off from the hands and needed reinforcing) and the running knight patrol had a small gap between rifle and the stock that's moulded to the knight's side, but the fixes were easy enough.

What drops this rating a star are the unit cards - there's only one for each model type despite have 2 each of the field scribe, knight patrol and lancer. It's not something unique to this set either. Once we start adding armour and combat drugs beside these cards, it has been tricky sometimes for myself and/or my opponent to recall which items apply to which models. This has slowed our games down while we check and clarify, which is irritating for want of just three extra cards per box.

The hidden Ad Victoriam scenario sheet is a nice little extra. I say hidden - there's no mention of it on the box and I only found it when I removed the card spacer from within the box. I nearly chucked it out and I'll be checking all the fallout boxes I buy in future for similar. Not played the scenario yet but it was a nice little surprise all the same.

Hi Rob, thanks for the nice comments on the models! Chems, alchohol and power armour are only for use by single model units, whereas a unit of two knight patrol would not get access to them. Of course if you want to break up the unit and have multiple models you can download the cards (will be available very soon) for free. We wanted to keep the game simple having as few cards fas possible. This means people have cards for whole units or individuals as this speeds up gameplay.

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Emily Kindleysides
Amazing models.

These are superb models. The details are really good and they needed only a minor wash and scrub to remove residue and resin flash.
As Victorium

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