First batch of the fly-boys done, I kept the sort of floating island look with these guys as honestly I do not trust myself with those flying stands. Too many bad memories of jetbikes going snap..
Vaccum cleaner of doom!! Tis a bonkers model but I don’t think you will see an army without one or two.
Lets face it these guys are the A-team of the Kharadrons, any gun for any occasion! I do hope they get a little help in the next GHB just so they can also be battleline if nothing else. I love the Arkanuats but these guys are just cooler!
First batch of Kharadrons, and by accident I went for a yellow scheme that matches my Stormcast. I hadnt planned too but the idea of boiler suit dwarves was too strong to turn down 🙂
So who remembers my part 1 of this review looking at the Ironclad Kit? No?!!!! Then go HERE we will wait for you.
Try saying that title fast 3 times after some vodka..
Yes, welcome to a kit review something I haven’t done for a while, but then this kit is something spectacular. Now this is going to be a review over a couple of parts but we will come to that as we go.
But first big shout out to our lovely friends at triple helix wargames for sourcing me this kit (psst they are really cheap and very transparent about stock).
So where to start? Well let’s make a meal of it; the first bite is with the eye and you will need to hungry to get through this box my word is it impressive. GW have always been good at presentation of their wares and this is the same. Big bright colourful it screams buy me! Build me! Love me!!
Now despite this I have to honest I am not a fan of the outer box being a sleeve for the goodies inside it feels thin and usually the tab gets torn by excited gamers.
It also means I don’t have 2 containers to hold in anymore just the one :,(
But that is a minor gripe about everything. Once inside (1 torn tab) we a greeted by a lovely booklet of instructions which continues the use of CAD images and the like to build your model and also the rules.
Now onto the sprues and boy what sprues there are 3 in the kit and all of them are chock full of shiny plastic goodness. The level of detail is as you would expect from GW – amazing and then some.
I would almost go so to say mind-boggling amount of detail. This ironclad is a self-contained diorama more than game piece.
It can be a bit overwhelming for a beginner and even the most seasoned hobbyer is going to want the instructions close to hand just in case.
So as you can probably guess i am a big fan of the kit and ticks all the boxes for flying airship manned by dwarves!!
So I have shown lots of pictures as they do a far better job than my penmanship can.
Now that may sound like the end of this little review but it isn’t as well I havent built it yet and the simple reason is this;
It’s a big imposing kit that if in one piece is going to be a pain to transport and also that flight stand looks really really small.
For those that know me know I love a good scenic base I can’t do sand and goblin green….plus i may have a cork addiction.
Anyway I want to do future posts on how i magnetized the ship to a) make it easier to transport and b) make it look cooler than just a flight stand base.
So till then here is a cheeky look at my Frigate to give you an idea for the base.
With that the Ironclad is an amazing kit with more detail than you can shake a stick at and is well worth its place as a centre piece to the Overlord army. If you want to get some of the best prices around then make sure you press the button and head on over to THW.