Post by Ymmot (M.I.A) on Jan 27, 2012 12:01:41 GMT -5
They're a squatted WHF race, pretty nasty fellows...they appeared in a few of the GW boardgames released in the 90s that I am so fond of.
They probably got removed in the first place because the old fluff says that Fimir females are rare magic users and sterile, so the fimir reproduce by kidnapping women belonging to other races, they're not exactly a kiddie friendly bunch...
I like the scarabs that come with the plastic warriors just fine.
I like the plastic ones that come with the Warriors too. Although the plastic stems that connect them to the base break fairly regularly--which is why I am so skeptical about the FW ones and their really long stems, made from resin... *Sounds of stems snapping if they're looked at funny*
Post by treadiculous on Feb 27, 2012 4:22:18 GMT -5
"Too cool! Although £25 per square foot....?"
- but thats £600 for a table top, bargain!
Its interesting that FW have brought out these sections, a lot of other companies do small floor and wall sections which would allow for a lot more choice when it comes to layout design - kinda like thier trench sets. I for one am not that impressed with the example layouts given in their rulebook - what ship designer made that mess?
I am liking the rules though, might have to make some tunnel entrances into my regular 40k battlezones with some underground bunker blastorama goodness. (I've been collecting lots of GW delivery box's for this reason anyway).
It is unwise to be too sure of one's own wisdom. It is healthy to be reminded that the strongest might weaken and the wisest might err - Gandhi