They are probably the faction that can roam this side of the Wasteland with more freedom of movement than any other, as everyone is interested in trading with them to get good stuff, and it is not wise to attack the people that can get them. That doesn’t mean they are totally safe, and from time to time a gang of Junkers is attacked to steal their goods, so although they are not the best fighters in the world, they have wits and devices with which to defend themselves, and they are used to move around dangerous places like no other.
Among their members there is no particular organization, as every individual is specialized in a specific task, from scouts capable of sneaking everywhere without being noticed, to alchemists that manufacture all kinds of concoctions, or inventors full of the craziest ideas. There are no bosses, nor anyone who organize things, and when matters must be discussed they gather an Assembly where everyone has a voice and a vote.
They use to be on the move, usually forming caravans, in search of new places to get raw materials and stopping by the settlements only to trade with what they have found. People tend to see them as freaks… although useful ones. Around the Scrapbridge area almost all of them have some kind of bond with Samanthia, the only place they could possibly call home. While on other zones of the Wasteland their dressing code tends to be more lax, patching clothes up with whatever fabrics they can find, the gangs around this area have been deeply influenced by the particular style of the Baroness, so imbued by the old Julio Verne novels she loves to read, and has become almost iconic for their members.
The 'Printer Friendly' version of the core rules can be downloaded from HERE.
The rules for this particular faction can be downloaded from HERE.
There is a starter set available for this faction composed by five Junker miniatures.
The only model that' has any assembly issues is 'Dynamo' as the weapon tip has a relatively small contact point and the connecting tube needs a little 'tweaking' to get to align. Neither are big problems but still worth mentioning.
This gentleman comes with the option of either the axe I've used or a 'Ballistic Fist' which you can see in the unassembled pictures a little further up.
The resin models are single piece with the exception of the one unlocked during the recent Kickstarter, the metal ones are multi-part as you can tell from the unassembled pictures above.
This model was unlocked during the recent Kickstarter so I'm unsure how long it'll be until it's available separately.
If you happen to have missed them you can find the other articles at the links below.
Introduction to Punkapocalyptic
Faction - Black Blood Children (Part One)
Faction - Black Blood Children (Part Two)
Faction - Gangers
Faction - Mutards