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POLL: Best Mecha for 28mm?


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Sumatran Rat Monkey Inactive Member writes:

I don't know that it "counts" as mecha, exactly, but I've a number of mechs (Reaper CAVs, the old 15mm scale Heavy Gear from RAFM, a Fenryll robot walker thing, a pair of Psychoborgs from Alternative Armies, Pig Iron Wardroids, Warzone stuff, etc.) that tend to tower over my human figures, that I use as combat robots, piloted walkers, cyborgs, or whatnot, in various sci-fi armies.

I suppose my first "proper" mech will probably be the Dreamforge Mortis, when I get around to ordering one sometime.

- Monk


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Japanese plastic models
23
9%
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Robocop vinyl model
2
1%
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no preference
39
15%
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Transformers action figures
3
1%
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BattleTech models from Armorcast
5
2%
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VOTOMS figures
6
2%
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RoboGear
3
1%
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WotC War Droids
1
0%
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TekCommander
1
0%
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BattleTech models from Iron Wind Metals
17
7%
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other (explain)
5
2%
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not interested in 28mm Mecha gaming
133
52%
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Forgeworld titans
10
4%
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Matchbox Robotech figures
5
2%
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CAV models
2
1%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

religon Inactive Member wonders...

I have used some in the past that were just too small... I have also used these...

(The Armorcast ones are not really my favorite BT models.)

I'm sure BattleTech is not the best option in this scale, but I'm not sure what is better. What is the best 28mm Mecha for wargaming?

(Nominations taken from this pre-poll discussion.)