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  1. Necron foam trays?

    As an aside, Necrons actually do well with magnetized boards because they are almost all plastic.Heavy metal minis are where you have to get more agressive for mags.
  2. Necron foam trays?

    You can get pluck or carved foam for vehicles. You can also magnetize the vehicles pretty easily to fit on a mag'd display board or tablewar case.
  3. Well, for the one you have, I restricted it to US and Sold listings: https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=land raider rogue trader&LH_PrefLoc=1&LH_Complete=1&LH_Sold=1&rt=nc&_trksid=p2045573.m1684 I'd say $60-80 is a reasonable price for an assembled, bare, RT land raider.
  4. Generally, I just go first come, first served and offer it to them for a reasonable price.
  5. New Doors from FW

    Posted 18/09/2017 New Vehicle Doors Coming Soon No Space Marines army is complete without a few iconic battle-tanks, whether you’re thinking of bringing an ancient Deimos Predator or a shiny new Repulsor to your army. Soon, it’ll be easier than ever to customise your tanks to match your Legion or Chapter, with a whole set of new doors on the way from Forge World designed to fit a variety of vehicles. For Horus Heresy fans, the new Deimos Rhino doors fit this venerable vehicle perfectly, while if you prefer to play in the 41st Millennium, the new Repulsor doors mean you’ll be able to tie your tanks to the rest of your force. Expect to see doors for loads of Space Marine Chapters and Traitor Legions in the coming months – in the meantime, if you’re looking to add some Forge World tanks to your army, why not check out their rules in Imperial Armour – Index: Forces of the Adeptus Astartes and Imperial Armour – Index: Forces of Chaos?
  6. Death Guard and Ad Mech Codexes Soon!

    Forge World Focus: Lucius One of the most exciting features of the new Adeptus Mechanicus codex is rules for seven different forge worlds, allowing you to customise your collection more than ever before with powerful and thematic new abilities. This week, we’ll be previewing what the forge world rules mean for your army in our daily previews of Codex: Adeptus Mechanicus in advance of the pre-order this Saturday: The forge world of Lucius is renowned for Luciun, a unique alloy known for its durability. Naturally, the armies of Lucius are armed with war-plate and weapons made of Luciun, lending them considerable durability against small-arms fire. On the tabletop, this is represented by the forge world dogma The Solar Blessing: Being able to ignore AP -1 attacks helps your larger units resist armour-piercing firepower, reducing the impact of popular shooting weapons like heavy bolters and autocannons. Best Units Kataphron Breachers are pretty durable, but Toughness 5 is only so much of a defence against massed shooting. Maintaining their 3+ save means your battle servitors will stay in the fight for much longer, while the unique Lucius stratagem, Legio Teleportarium, is perfect for delivering them into optimal combat range. Similarly, Kastelan Robots benefit from ignoring low-AP attacks for much the same reasons; as an added bonus, they can combine their firepower with the Kastelan Robots with the Elimination Volley Stratagem! If you want to field the heavy hitters of the Adeptus Mechanicus without having to worry about massed small arms fire, then Lucius is the forge world for you. Come back tomorrow, when we’ll be checking out Agripinaa, dauntless defenders from the Eye of Terror.
  7. X-Com 2

    War of the Chosen is supposed to be super good. Also, if you want more of a game, Long War is the way to go.
  8. Tempting Kickstarters

    So Cards against Conspiracies?
  9. Oops

    I haven't moved my space marines to 32mm yet.
  10. Death Guard and Ad Mech Codexes Soon!

    Oh. Guess I missed that
  11. Death Guard and Ad Mech Codexes Soon!

    I don't remember seeing anything like that.
  12. Death Guard and Ad Mech Codexes Soon!

    One of the most exciting features of the new Adeptus Mechanicus codex is rules for seven different forge worlds, allowing you to customise your collection more than ever before with powerful and thematic new abilities. This week, we’ll be previewing what the forge world rules mean for your army in our daily previews of Codex: Adeptus Mechanicus in advance of the pre-order this Saturday: Mars is clearly the most famous of all the forge worlds, and it’s not just because of how good the Adeptus Mechanicus look in red! As the birthplace of the Cult Mechanicus, Mars is the holiest of planets to the servants of the machine god, and their armies are characterised by a sense of piety and dogmatism that sets the standard for every other forge world. Adeptus Mechanicus armies benefit from a powerful forge world dogma – equivalent to Legion Traits or Chapter Tactics – which apply to every unit in an Adeptus Mechanicus army, not just your infantry! Mars’ forge world dogma is Glory to the Omnissiah, a trait that’ll make your army very powerful, if unpredictable. Best Units Belisarius Cawl is perhaps the most venerated Tech-Priest in the whole Imperium, and he makes for a superb leader to any Mars army, his Archmagos ability helping to ensure that you roll the Canticles of the Omnissiah that you need as well as ensuring you never end up with a duplicated result. Cawl’s already powerful aura abilities are significantly enhanced by the Mars Warlord Trait, Static Psalm-Code. Corpuscarii Electro-Priests can throw out a terrifying amount of firepower; a unit of 20 with re-rolls to hit from Belisarius Cawl being nearby will inflict, on average, a colossal 80 strength 5 hits on any given enemy unit; combine this with the Wrath of Mars stratagem and you’ll deal an additional 13(!) mortal wounds as well as any other damage! On average, you could quite handily kill Magnus or a Renegade Knight in a single round – a perfect demonstration of the Omnissiah’s power! If you’re capable of adapting your strategy to suit the Canticles of the Omnissiah on the fly, then you’ll find Mars a versatile and powerful forge world. Come back tomorrow when we’ll be looking at Graia, a sect of the Adeptus Mechanicus known for their ruthlessness.
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