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Fallout Wasteland Warfare Red Rocket Scenic Set

Fallout Wasteland Warfare Red Rocket Scenic Set

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Unboxing and initial assembly

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As part of my preorder for the Fallout Wasteland Warfare I received the Red Rocket Scenic set, I had seen the pictures for it and was excited to build and improve on it.

Unpacking it I was pleased with the quality of the neoprene mat, it’s the standard play size, 3′ x 3′, and has the same graphic printed on it that the 2 part paper mats from the core set.   As it is folded into the box it was creased but simply leaving it in my car on a warm day while I was at work was enough to get them out, I then bought a poster tube and now keep it rolled in that.

The Resin pieces for the set (the rocket itself, and the 2 pumps) are very carefully packaged in a foam block and nicely detailed.

The station itself is on 2 sided color printed card stock of a decent thickness.  This set is made in conjunction with Battle Systems so if you have used any of their card terrain you will be familiar with it.  The card is held together using plastic joiners that create a fairly tight connection.  2 of the 3 cards are identical with the 3rd holding the large overhang.  This means that in addition to the station itself you get some nice scatter pieces, 2 Power Armor frames, 2 crates, a few random pieces of scrap, and a scrap wall.

Unboxing and initial assembly

I’m not going to much into detail on the build, the Modiphius website has the instructions for assembly and they are very comprehensive and easy to follow.

https://www.modiphius.com/fallout-downloads.html

The build is nice and clean and has some nice printed graphics and weathering, the only real issue I had with it is that the mounting points for the Rocket itself are too shallow and tight (easily fixed later in this project), and the base it sits on does not mount in any secure way to the walls (also easily fixed later).

Due to the double printing method used you will have an outer “frame” that you punched the roof of the station out of, make sure to keep this as you can trim out the wider side and use it later as I do for the pumps.

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