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07-24-17 09:31 PM
Khorne's Fist
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Originally Posted by Roganzar View Post
This is a big deal to me. I'm not certain but I think this is the first time GW or Forgeworld have designed a thing with magnetization in mind. I want to see a video of someone who had done the magnetizing correctly sliding the panels in and out to see how that would work.
Yeah, it's about time they got around to this. I think they thought people would buy something like two separate dreadnoughts with the two separate loadouts you wanted, rather than just magnetise one. Sadly they are a few years behind other companies in this regard, but hopefully we see it on all new products in future.
07-24-17 08:21 PM
Roganzar While I'm tend to like all the weird designs of things like this I'm kind of on the fence with this one.
Though this intrigues me:

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The hull contains holes for inserting 2 8mm magnets (not included) to allow you to switch between the closed and open access hatch assemblies on the fly of course, if you strongly prefer one, you can always glue it in place.
This is a big deal to me. I'm not certain but I think this is the first time GW or Forgeworld have designed a thing with magnetization in mind. I want to see a video of someone who had done the magnetizing correctly sliding the panels in and out to see how that would work.
07-24-17 05:37 PM
ntaw 30k, 40k, it still looks like it should have rules for AoS and be manned by Dwarves to me
07-24-17 02:39 AM
Shandathe It looks out of place for 40K because it's very much a 30K vehicle. The aesthetic is borrowing a lot of elements of the Grav-tanks of the Custodes (and some of FW's 30K Mechanicus designs). I'm not sure it even has rules for 40K.

The back @Old Man78 pointed out looks weird because they stuck the air intake the Custodes vehicles have in their fronts on there (I can see why it can't be in the front, but... still weird and impractical).
07-22-17 02:55 PM
ntaw Is it just me or does that look like it comes out of Batman or some steam-punk video game? It looks cool and all but kinda out of place in 40k somehow. Almost a Kharadron look to it.
07-22-17 04:16 AM
Old Man78 Looks a bit better painted up but I'm still not sold on it, it is the back that lets it down for me, the model looks like confused mix of Flash Gordon, Stingray, and something out of Dune
07-21-17 11:50 PM
Khorne's Fist Now up for preorder looks pretty good painted up.

https://www.forgeworld.co.uk/en-GB/S...cquisitor-2017
07-18-17 03:19 AM
Old Man78 Looks like something out of Flash Gorden
07-17-17 11:48 PM
Loki1416 Yeah I'm not really liking this one either. To be honest, it's rather boring looking.
07-17-17 10:10 PM
darkreever Not really digging this one, I like the concept but not the design. Previously, even the more sleek Imperial designs were still relatively brutal overall but this not so much.
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