and the Beastclaw Raiders box is just 5 big things

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It’s as much a surprise to me as anyone else that I’m getting into Warhammer Fantasy (now called Age of Sigmar).
It’s also a surprise that the first faction I took an interest in wasn’t Lizardmen (now called Seraphon); this one actually caused someone else to lose a bet.
Instead I decided to jump in with the start Collecting box that looked most interesting to me.
I tend to favor large things, and the Beastclaw Raiders box is just 5 big things, so that’s what I ended up with.
The majority of the units in this faction are mounted ogres (now called Ogors) and they’re large and hard to kill and it’s a faction definitely suited to my playstyle.
Branching out into other things in this faction, one of the options to field is a hunter and some frost sabres.
This would add a few more bodies on the table for me and enable the faction to attempt some strategies that aren’t “rush forward as fast as possible”, so I ordered some.
These come in the form of what Games workshop calls “Finely Cast Resin Miniatures” and everyone else calls Finecast if they’re being polite.
To date, .

I have never heard anyone say anything good about Finecast

I’ve assembled lots of plastic in the past, and I’ve had metal minis too, but this was a first for me.
Getting these to a reasonable state involved a lot of cleaning, other work I’m not completely used to.
In the process, I learned a few things.
I’ve now filed this material away as “something to be avoided” and am factoring that into list construction.
At least it’s good to be informed.

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August 5, 2018 at 12:44 They look really nice, but yikes, the price shocked me a bit.

I’ve only ever played BattleTech – sure those also weren’t so cheap

but at least you only needed a handful and they were made of metal.

I also have a few Eldar and Space Marines

but I only bought a small pack to paint them, many years ago.
Age of Sigmar sounded really awesome (from what I heard on AggroChat) but I guess I wouldn’t be able to persuade friends to play anyway.

But a match of BattleTech after all these years sound really good… ???? Reply

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