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Tango0108 Apr 2017 3:51 p.m. PST

"Today we have a look at the brand new Trench Fighter range from Anvil Industry, multi-part resin human infantry models that work very well on their own, or as conversion bits for popular grimdark 28mm tabletop games. We'll check out some of the possible combinations, and how well they mix with Games Workshop's Cadian Astra Militarum range.

Anvil Industry is a british company that manufactures high quality resin wargaming miniatures and conversion parts for 28mm sci-fi wargaming. They have their own tabletop game Afterlife, as well as loads of Space Marine compatible conversion bits in their Exo-Lords range, and a modular Sci-Fi infantry range called "Regiments Infantry".

The newest addition to this range are the just recently released Trench Fighters. Probably Anvil Industry's most ambitious project ever, with 11 head styles, 4 torso styles, 2 leg styles in various poses, and several weapon options. And this doesn't even take into account the cross-compatibility with their existing Regiments Infantry range…."


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Tango0111 Apr 2017 11:37 a.m. PST

That bad…? (smile)


Mithmee Supporting Member of TMP11 Apr 2017 5:15 p.m. PST

Well there are many here who only think GW has the best miniatures.

But the issue with these is that you are buying the parts which really drives up the cost.

Since for a decent Imperial Guard force you will need around 100 – 150 of these guys.

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