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IMHO, inquisitor is the best specialist game currently offered by GW, you get large, detailed models which are a joy *cough* to make and paint. you can create more detailed histories for each of your characters, all your battles have a storyline better than "ooh, bad thing, kill bad thing, bad thing die, lets find more bad things and make them die"
plus you can use various parts from many different ranges, especially orks
what does everyone else think?
 

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My friends and I couldn't afford the full scale models, so we downsized to 40K scale and used existing minis. The game was fun, but it felt a bit clunky and combat seemed to take an eternity when we started out. However it seems like a good game and we may try it again someday.
 

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Love inquisitor, it blends perfectly with BFG, which is a good way to play Inquisitor campaigns that take place on diferent planets.( :D )


I've played a mammoth campaign whish saw my inquisitor and his Retinue chasing a renagade space marine across several planets.....It took about 2 weeks.

Love the models mainly, im thinking of doing a Arbites judge next, probably cionvert up some troopers for him aswell.
 

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Inquisitor is awesome, so ive got a concept for a model. A tau battle suit fused to two destroyer bases with a heavy destroyer cannon mounted on one arm and a sight system of some sort.
jusat to say the idia is kll but u might cut ur leg of and cover it in tin foil adbits to it andthat the suit lol :laugh:
 

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I like the game, but it is a little hard to grasp at first. I like the idea of the battlesuit, but I feel it would be a bit out of place in Inquisitor as it is supposed to be about plot and sneaky stuff rather than the battles, and I can't imagine a battlesuit sneaking around (though you probobly could work it)

A great campaign detail is the Hivequake in Newpitt, I was using it today and the combination between Necromunda and Inquisitor (the best two specialist games IMO) made it great to play!
 

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inquisitor is pretty fun
my buddies and I have an inquisitor/40k/epic campaign worked out that will surface as soon as I make an epic army and set up an inquisitor figure.
 

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does sound like a cool idea, just wouldn't fit in my Inquisitor games. They are all about policing the Imperium rather than being any where near warzones, but thats the way I like to play it
 

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it was and still is an amazing game
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it was easily abused by veterans
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I could only play once a fortnight at GW, so my character was never experienced enough to stand a chance against others who could play every single day, so whenever I came to play, they would simply demand it was a Campaign match, so when my character died, I had to restart from scratch, it got boring fast, so Inquisitor died for me, I ended up with allot of expensive models I could never use
 

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it was and still is an amazing game
BUT
it was easily abused by veterans
for example
I could only play once a fortnight at GW, so my character was never experienced enough to stand a chance against others who could play every single day, so whenever I came to play, they would simply demand it was a Campaign match, so when my character died, I had to restart from scratch, it got boring fast, so Inquisitor died for me, I ended up with allot of expensive models I could never use
That is some really crap campaign management from whoever was running it...
 

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i never really got into the rules (to lazy) but loved the models and just ended up playing large scale necromunda i still remember my 4 man squat warband the scope for conversion was what drew me to the model range
 
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