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Any chance we'll see individual models sold?

posted May 04, 2018 16:19:13 by ashaman164d
Obviously we are seeing a few individual models being marketed (Behemoth, Sentry Bot, Deathclaw, and Corvega Sedan.), but many models are only available in bundles.

Is there any chance we will see some of the elements being sold with existing bundles sold separately? For example, I'd love to get my hands on a couple more Mr Handy models, but I don't want to order the Robot Core Box just for the one model. I'd love to get a few more undamaged Radioactive barrels, but don't want any more extras of the leaking ones. I'd like another Tanker Desk, but have no desire to have more computers. There's a couple more, but I think you get the idea.

This is something that I hadn't really thought much about until I saw Modiphious start selling their Star Trek miniatures individually, independent of their parent bundle.

Anyway, that's my two bits for the moment. Very excited to know that preorders will hopefully be shipping soon, and eagerly awaiting Wave 2 to go up for sale.
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SteveHanson said May 05, 2018 18:52:32
Once the range is selling we'll likely have some smaller blisters yes but that's after launch
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verdunbishop said May 05, 2018 21:32:56
I hope so as well. A few kits I want parts of but don't want to waste money on stuff I despise (and yes I do despise Mama Murphy!) but they also have models from other kits in them, I want to avoid too many of the same model such as 2 of the survivors box and 2 player starter.
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ashaman164d said May 06, 2018 05:46:37
That's wonderful news! Thank you very much for the reply.

Not that its probably going to make much difference, but this is my wishlist for singles:
-Mr Handy
-Radioactive Barrel (Undamaged)
-Tanker Desk
-Non-starter Settlers

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The way I ordered, I'll have quite a few duplicates of some models. I plan (Especially with the settlers) to pain matching models differently and likely even going go far as to swap out weapons or perform simple head swaps for some models to create a bit of visual variety.
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verdunbishop said May 06, 2018 11:48:13
I plan to do that with some of the high value units such as PA equipped troops, but the settlers that I'd get duplicates of have shown to be easily wiped out so I don't want to spend a lot of time on them :P

Personally I want more of the steam powered turrets, not a fan of the laser ones.
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ashaman164d said May 06, 2018 20:08:21
Yeah, the turrets look really nice. I have three bundles of the current ones preordered (So six of each turret types) and really hope that they do another set at some point with additional styles. I'd really love to see a Shopping Cart variant, a Heavy Machinegun variant, and Missile variant. (There's your next bundle guys! Five turrets! Two Shopping Cart, Two Heavy Machinegun, and One Missile turret. I'll take two bundles just like that.)

I've got a LOT of models coming for this. I figure I'll end up playing the Wasteland Warfare game a bit with my gaming group and my kids, but I figure they are going to see every bit as much play in our roleplaying games, so a bit of visual diversity will be nice on that front too. I'm not much of a painter (I've been told I paint at "tabletop quality" by a few of my friends who paint miniatures regularly. Whatever that means. I'll usually start with a black base coat, hit the primary colors on each part (Whatever skin tone I want for the character, simple solid color for each piece of clothing), hit it with an appropriate colored wash in each area, then drybrush some highlights.) but I figure it should be fairly easy to simply do different colors to make it easy to tell them apart, and I plan to create custom characters for the game so those spare bulk troops make a good starting point when putting together your customs. If I have half a dozen of a model, I find I'm much less squeamish about cutting it up for parts. ;)
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