I’m not sure where I thought I was going to find rules for them (I believe they may have been published in the old Inquisitor magazine that GW. Hi John,. I have been more than just a bit busy over the last few months. Inq 18 will be out in February. Tim. — Tim DuPertuis ARMORCAST and. Armorcast acts like it doesn’t even want to remember this magazine. Come on Timmy This being the EARLIEST Archive entry for Inquisitor.

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This section is devoted to the vehicles and titans produced in resin before the GW Forgeworld Division was started. And GW would release their own resin for three or more times the price. Of the twenty or so things they list a good half of them have been made either by GW or their Forge World subsidiary.

Not quite as amazing as last issue but.

Wargame Dork: Operation Game Collection Warhammer 40K Special: Fan Magazines Part 3: Inquisitor 14

As GW is wont to do. Fair Very well used, but complete and useable. Fromafter market heads for the Armorcast Reaver Titan started to appear on ebay from sellers “chrono38” and “westland48”.


Outside of that Chimera with all the Hunter Killer Missiles everything seems fairly pointed out and balanced. Actual Epicast Unreleased Eldar Doomweaver. The Haruspex which is the coolest looking of the three Armorcast kits and is basically a line smasher with a nasty Acid Jet attack that can cause a S5 hit on secondary targets within 3″, and being a vehicle for most purposes but allowed to ram with less risk.

You are limited to one variant Chimera for every normal Chimera. The Cannon is a reasonable points to the Cauldron’s less useful Or hell, just for Tim D. Lightly used, but almost like new. Matazine the exception of the Ork Gargant, most of these models were only every produced in small runs of 30 on a trial basis to test magazie market.

They also produce tanks and APCs and a variety of other items which can be seen at Armorcast Online Catalogue Epicast appear to have ceased trading in ; up to that point they were mainly produce a wide range of scenic bases cast in resin.

Only some of the figures have VERY small photos. Maybe they took their orders from their corporate overlords, but armorfast brought the suck to us. Fan Magazines Part 5: They still sell it, currently for 20 US Dollars.

Resin Vehicles & Titans

Join us next time for the final issue of Inquisitor. Each model has a Datafax and a rules page. Another issue 2nd edition players should probably try to get a copy of if they can. There is a small box out mentioning models they want Games Workshop to produce.


Armorcast Inquisitor Magazine Pdf

Thus 3rd-5th edition 40K removed this option. They formed Forge World Models. I went to the Internet Archive and the last known issue was issue May have medium sized creases, scuff marks, very small stain, etc. Next up are the three Tyranid critters with a Subscription and Convention Schedule page in between them. Every item in our inventory has been inspected, very strictly graded, and bagged for its protection.

Nice enough info though.

Modern Synthesist: The Tyranid Archive – Armorcast Tyranids and Other Big Dreams

Steve Mussared of Monolith produced a small range of resin vehicles and titans in both 40K and Epic scales. It is a conversion of their Haruspex kit and uses much of the same rules as armoracst three cousins from last issue.

Chonos38 Reaver Titan Head 5. Not official but their intent. At the 2nd edition 40k Games Workshop schedule roughly quarterly.

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