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Armorcast Inquisitor Magazine Pdf. Forum adverts like this one are shown to any user who is not logged in. By filling out a tiny 3 field form and. Armorcast mainly produce a wide range of scenery pieces in resin. The first Titan rules were published in Inquisitor #3 in January of Hi John,. I have been more than just a bit busy over the last few months. Inq 18 will be out in February. Tim. — Tim DuPertuis ARMORCAST and.

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Steve Mussared of Monolith produced a small range of resin vehicles and titans in both 40K and Epic scales.

Wargame Dork: Operation Game Collection Warhammer 40K Special: Fan Magazines Part 3: Inquisitor 14

Though somehow I doubt I would get them for that price before shipping, much less after. The left side is the same model in the blister. Its overcomplicated, fidgety, adds in tons more die rolls, record keeping, record SHEETS to write on, and is just sort of adding Battletech levels of aspie detail to a game unsuited for it. The biggest part is their core titan ruleset. Poor Extremely well used and has major flaws, which may be too numerous to mention. The Haruspex which is the coolest looking of the three Armorcast kits and is basically a line smasher with a nasty Acid Jet attack that can cause a S5 hit on secondary targets within 3″, and being a vehicle for most purposes but allowed to ram with less risk.

Monolith Ork Gargant version 3. Also we see how GW is pulling the plug on Armorcast in general. If excessively worn, they will be marked as “card worn. Well it is another week and once I found some time to read the issue I decided to bring you all the love.


#16 “Chimera Variants, Armorcast Vehicle Data Fixes”

Maybe they took their orders from their corporate overlords, but they brought the suck to us. Not a bad little vehicle against Eldar or naughty naughty Tyranids with lots of Gargoyles. A company out of East Lyme CT.

Some of the others like Chaos Androids and Slaaneshi Eldar became their own entire army of a sort! Fromafter market heads for the Armorcast Reaver Titan started to appear on ebay from sellers “chrono38” and “westland48”. Without said metal tracks.

Wrmorcast are still around as of this writing so. We then get our corrected Eldar Phantom Titan Datafax, which was apparently mostly just a lot of fixed typos because in the age of Windows 95 I guess there wasn’t any spell check features available. That review might not go up for another week or two as I both need to read said issue, then do some research.

Word soon got around about these wonderful models and Tim DuPertuis started publishing Inquisitor magazine June of with rules for these models in it.

Next time we hit the final full 2nd edition 40K issue of Inquisitor and the second to last issue period! Imcluded in this section are other resin kits which have appeared on the market from time to time and about which there is little or no information.

Aemorcast to the nature of loose counters, if a game is unplayable it may be returned for a refund of the purchase price. Every item in our inventory has been inspected, very strictly graded, and bagged for its protection. Absolutely no tears and no marks, a collectible condition. Afmorcast up are the three Tyranid critters with a Subscription and Convention Schedule page in between them. Well this IS Imperial Guard. Tim opens the issue mentioning their Combat Engineer rules have been updated from issue 8 which inquisitir apparently during the Rogue Trader era.


As GW is wont to do. Its a page and a half with the other half taken up by a wishlist of minis, about half ihquisitor which have been produced since. Fan Magazines Part 6: Pages with broken file links Research Resin 40K.

Most ebay sellers seem to charge 5 dollars in US to ship a single issue of White Dwarf. I won’t really compare prices until Issue 17 which is the last one to have prices for Armorcast 40K stuff before their rights were lost.

Lightly used, inquisltor almost like new. Tim formed a company called Armorcast. They are not good. Only some of the figures have VERY small photos. At about the same time that Inquisitor started, Tim DuPertuis, with GW’s permission, started casting and selling a Thundercannon for converting a Rhino into a Vindicator.

They are still located in Connecticut. Fair Very well used, but complete and useable. When only one condition is listed, then the box and contents are in the same condition. Fan Magazines Part 5: May show very small spine creases or slight corner wear. If excessively worn, they will be marked as “tray worn. And insists this magazine isn’t an Armorcast house magazine.