Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Unboxing Malifaux - M2E Rogue Necromancy

Ever wondered what the Resurrectionists do with all those spare parts?

These were part of the Wyrd Games 'Black Friday' sale and some of those models are pre-release and therefore are yet to have proper boxes so this is technically an un-bagging rather than an un-boxing. When the boxed versions become available I'll alter the pictures accordingly...

The Rogue Necromancy box/bag contains enough parts for one miniature...namely the Rogue Necromancy. It also contains a stat card for him and one upgrade card.

The box has one sprue in it as well as the aforementioned cards...

Unfortunately a small part was missing from the sprue when it arrived (one of the horns) but as it only impacts on the model minimally I've done the unboxing article anyway. I'll amend this section when the part arrives. Should you ever encounter a similar issue then the appropriate form can be found here.

Should there be any assembly issues with the model then they will be listed in the appropriate section and you can view larger versions of the smaller pictures by clicking on them. Wyrd Miniatures also seem to have stopped putting instructions in things and instead give you a leaflet with a web address on it that leads to a number of links...and sometimes they don't even bother with that, lol. I've put them here for your convenience. Just click on it for a larger version...

Stat Card and Upgrade Card

M2E Rogue Necromancy - Assembled.
As long as you follow the instructions carefully this is an issue free model (or at least I found it to be) though you may need a tiny bit of filler in a couple of areas.

Here's some close-ups...

Three Headed...
The heads are very nicely detailed. You'll notice that the one in the third set of pictures is missing a horn but as they're apparently both identical (other than being a right and a left of course) I've posted the pictures anyway...I've asked for a replacement...I'll stick it on when it arrives...

Tails and Wings.
The wings are in two parts. The tail is mainly part of the body section though the face on it is an additional two bits

Comparison Pictures.
Bare in mind that when comparing the scale that the original metal version is raised on it's base slightly whereas I'm yet to base the newer plastic version.

Thoughts and comments are (as usual) most welcome.

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