Bolt Action and walkers/mecha

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Re: Bolt Action and walkers/mecha

Postby Spevna on Thu Jul 14, 2016 12:05 am

Konrad wrote:
Spevna wrote:
me_in_japan wrote:same for me.

BA - not interested. at all.

BA with big robots - hey! that looks pretty cool! What's the site again?....*goes off to look at shinies*



You could do a Hydra army!


Hail Hydra! YES!


Historical plastics are cheap as chips.
Tamiya 1:48 tanks are cheap as chips.
Robot model kits are cheap as chips.

There really is nothing stopping you mate ;
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Re: Bolt Action and walkers/mecha

Postby komura on Thu Jul 14, 2016 6:37 am

I'm going to preorder US and German both.
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Re: Bolt Action and walkers/mecha

Postby Primarch on Thu Jul 14, 2016 8:29 am

Probably just going to order the rules myself. I already have a load of Dust minis I can use. I will probably try to kitbash the new tanks from Tamiya kits and 40K bitz. I'm looking at this as a side game to BA rather than a replacement. Historical stuff will still be my main focus, so no sense in spending a lot on official minis when I already have plenty of WWW2 from other sources.
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Re: Bolt Action and walkers/mecha

Postby Mike the Pike on Thu Jul 14, 2016 10:05 am

I really like WWW2 setting, but I'll wait and see before I dive in.
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Re: Bolt Action and walkers/mecha

Postby Spevna on Thu Jul 14, 2016 12:02 pm

Yeah, just the rulebook for me too. I've got loads of Dust bits, and I'm looking forward to converting up some Tamiya tanks for it.
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Re: Bolt Action and walkers/mecha

Postby job on Thu Jul 14, 2016 12:58 pm

I'll be buying the German Spider when it is available separately.
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Re: Bolt Action and walkers/mecha

Postby Konrad on Thu Jul 14, 2016 11:47 pm

Spevna wrote:Hail Hydra! YES!


Historical plastics are cheap as chips.
Tamiya 1:48 tanks are cheap as chips.
Robot model kits are cheap as chips.

There really is nothing stopping you mate ;[/quote]

Just the 7 other projects on the shelf..... So many toys, so little time.........
...and now his Head was full of nothing but Inchantments, Quarrels, Battles, Challenges, Wounds, Complaints, Amours, and abundance of Stuff and Impossibilities.....
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Re: Bolt Action and walkers/mecha

Postby komura on Tue Aug 09, 2016 9:52 am

@All
For your information, Starter set have arrived my home.
During my summer vacation, I will build it by August gaming opportunity.
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Re: Bolt Action and walkers/mecha

Postby YellowStreak on Tue Aug 09, 2016 9:58 pm

I received my rulebook yesterday, the fluff is good and some of the rule changes are reminiscent of Antares (especially the reactions).
Looking forward to giving it a go!

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Re: Bolt Action and walkers/mecha

Postby Spevna on Wed Aug 10, 2016 4:02 am

YellowStreak wrote:I received my rulebook yesterday, the fluff is good and some of the rule changes are reminiscent of Antares (especially the reactions).
Looking forward to giving it a go!

Ordered my first figures for K47 to use as US 'Firefly' jump troopers: http://pulpfigures.com/products/view/100



Excellent choice mate.
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