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August 12, 2014 by dignity
It’s time for us to pop open another of the Infinity Dire Foes mission packs! Are you ready for some heavy armour action?
Pan-O are facing off against Haqqislam in the Flee or Die Mission!
These sets are naturally great… I have a friend that does Pan-O; I do Haqqislam…. what’s not to like!?!?
Arm-wrestle for the exec?
Those minis almost look as great as that epic goatee! I really like it when you get the side character/civilian minis in games, not enough companies think to include those.
Awwwww…… Justin does not like my name!
He doesn’t know of your bravado. You do have a certain machismo when you enter a room.
These set look great, one question though how hard is it to pin these minis? From the looks of them just using superglue doesn’t seem enough.
To be entirely honest I used pinning on only one model and only one part of that model, I feel superglue is enough, maybe scoring if one feels really necessary.
Superglue is plenty, but they can be a challenge to assemble. Had a heck of a time with my Aleph
tinfish, I agree, assembling infinity miniatures can be a challenge. I thought I was starting to develop Tourrette syndrome when trying to glue on the antennas and fins on my Akalis Sikh commandos.
It was a pig putting my JSA starter together, beautiful minis but I’d stuck a finger or two together by the time I was finished. I shudder to think what it’d be like to put the bulkier or more fiddly models together, yeowch!
The infantry I did (finally) put together have been a joy to paint though, thankfully!
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