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December 29, 2011 by dracs
Warlord Games have started to release their Japanese range singly to provide your army with reinforcements.
What do you think of this? Is releasing them singly a good move?
Haven’t been bitten by the 28mm WWII bug yet, and most of the stuff that appeals is of the ETO type.
There is a certain level of coolness to doing some Pacific stuff and a mate put some Marines together and I always find starting something new with a couple of blisters is easier than fronting up the cash for a box
Very little amounts of companies do Pacific stuff so I’m glad that theres more japs out there!
Warlord have always been good at releaseing boxed figures individually as well on their webpage
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