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April 11, 2012 in Fantasy Wargaming, Gale Force 9, SCI FI Wargaming, What's in the Box by darrell
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Darrell takes a look at the Gallery of Valour, an interesting pre-painted, ruined centrepiece for your gaming table.
So far Gale Force 9 releases have not disapointed and this one dosen’t either.
After all the positive comments in the posts after your last review they are definately on my shopping list.
i have used this before and the only warning. it is heavy and i mean HEAVY
but still great terrain
This one is brilliant – note a movement tray could in theory fit on the flat surface without any problems.
It’s heavy – drop it on a model and the model will die. That means there’s an issue with transporting these guys. Other than that 9/10 for most of their range.
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