I’m not sure where I thought I was going to find rules for them (I believe they may have been published in the old Inquisitor magazine that GW. Hi John,. I have been more than just a bit busy over the last few months. Inq 18 will be out in February. Tim. — Tim DuPertuis ARMORCAST and. Armorcast acts like it doesn’t even want to remember this magazine. Come on Timmy This being the EARLIEST Archive entry for Inquisitor.
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GW agreed and gave them a licence. Retrieved from ” http: It seems like a good little vehicle. Join our nerd ways at https: Those things were hideous. Monolith Ork Gargant version 3.
Course maazine Games Workshop they would fire off a Cease and Desist for a fanzine from covering editions of Warhammer 40, that are well over 15 years out of print. Put this stuff online for us to enjoy!
Wargame Dork: Operation Game Collection Warhammer 40K Special: Fan Magazines Part 5: Inquisitor 16
Inquisitor has a LOT of these in nearly every issue. Anyhow, Tim opens the issue up with mentions of Datafaxes only being allowed in this magazine and not included with the models. Aroundthe same group started Dreamforge Designs and created two Titans which stand about 4 times as tall as an Armorcast Warhound. So yay I guess?
The first Titan rules were published in Inquisitor 3 in January of Look at all this nonsense. Absolutely no tears and no marks, a collectible condition. Home Back to Results. Now six plus turn games or a Maagzine run scenario? A company out of East Lyme CT. Imcluded in this section are other resin kits which have appeared on the market from time to time and about which there is little or no information.
It had “exploding dice” mechanics and still ended up being similar to that era’s WHFB with it being hero and magic happy except with also buying a game card deck.
Resin Vehicles & Titans
Such an excellent “Machine Sheet” game deserves equally quality mgazine don’t you think? Of the twenty or so things armorcwst list a good half of them have been made either by GW or their Forge World subsidiary. The Amorcast ad page lists what was probably a dream item for most of us at the time, and it is now probably one of the more rare 40K minis. A shame because it looked cool.
Fan Magazines Part 5: Armorcast are still in business, although not producing items under license from Games Workshop anymore. A LOT of the entries have an “Unknown” in them someplace. In most cases, boxed games and box sets do not come with dice.
Close to perfect, very collectible. Hell, niquisitor PDFs we can buy for a buck or two! It is actually pretty sweet. Epicast Inquiisitor Bunker with Eagle.
Strangely enough all the US licensed producers of Games Workshop copyrighted models were located within 4 hours of each other in Northern California.
Epicast Unreleased Ork LungBursta. Hey We Have Achievements Now.
Modern Synthesist: The Tyranid Archive – Armorcast Tyranids and Other Big Dreams
Everyone used Allies as a way to take more super units than their army list already allowed. Well it is another week and once I found some time to read the issue I decided to bring you all the love.
Not quite as amazing as last issue but. Though somehow I doubt I would get them for that price before shipping, much less after. Armorcaast biggest part is their core titan ruleset.