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January 4, 2012 by beerogre
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You’ve seen it in the background… now take a look at what’s in the box. We have an exclusive look at the brand new Dragoes from Infinity.
This kind of model is why I’m glad that apparently ‘it’s not your list – it’s YOU’. Absolutely gorgeous just like the O-Yoroi or the Caskuda…but not for noobs like me. The fact that simpler but still nice models can potentially win you a game (I’ve yet to try Infinity) is good news for novices who can ‘graduate’ to the big TAGs when their hobby skills improve.
I’m impatient though, so…damn.
TAG’s can definitely be countered in many ways. TAG’s can be great but one guy with a one shot rocket launcher can ruin his day for sure. They can be a lot of fun to play though.
ask Romain what happened to mine when we played a game…
Please tell me someone got that on video.
I’m also thinking lately of starting making videos of games in our local club, the face of Your opponent when his Cascuda (which was almost worth half of his force point value) end disabled by a critical hit by a glue gun, priceless
Ironically, taking a tag when You can’t make the right use of it and aren’t aware of the dangers it a quick way to loose a game The view of your opponent face when your 18pts model kills his 100 points with a one, two shots revealing his tactical errors.
I love the look of the TAGs. It’s a shame that they can be a pain to glue together. I for one threw my cutter across the room when I stabed my thumb with the rat tail file and spurt blood trying to get at a really hard angle. I did get over it and glued the rest together as well as my thumb.(Super glue is good for closing light cuts)
I’ll be getting one just for the model to be honest, our foray into infinity hasnt got to the points level to justify one yet, but I do play Pano , and it is amazing, if only I could paint it like the advertising one they use.
As a tip, hairdryers your friend for shaping modern miniature metal, only on a low setting , just add a bit of heat and it bends easier.
I know what you mean, I got into it for one of the models as well. Being a collector of fine models is by far what gets me into a range, not the game itself. Also good little tip @nogginthenog
Awesome looking model.
When mine came in the post, I opened it up in the post and it went straight back in.
I’ll tackle this when I get the courage.
A magnetic cannon that fires Hyper-Rabbits?
Nice looking model, can’t afford more models though. I’d have used a rolling pin maybe, to curve the ammo belt.
Its a killa rab bit, with big ponity teeth. It all bite your head off
good tip to bend belt, I think if I pick one up Id go for the resin option however
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