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POLL: Are These Multi-Part Plastic Figures Just a Bit Fiddly?


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clkeagle Inactive Member writes:

I thought that the lack of multi-pose, easy-to-convert plastics would make 15mm nothing more than a passing interest to me. But you know what? I don't miss them at all. It takes me 1/8 of the time to assemble an army, and they still look great when they're all painted.

But for me the appeal is to create coherent forces and play games. If I was more of a painter/display enthusiast, my opinion would probably be different.

Chris K.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
yes, there are too many pieces
184
39%
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no, I like them the way they are
151
32%
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no, and give me even more little parts!
35
7%
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can't make my mind up
47
10%
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I'm too old for this
54
11%
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22ndIndependent Inactive Member muses...

Just that really, all these new multi-part jobs - man! Got two boxes of Warlord Games plaggy figures to assemble, and man, they are fiddly little tyros. The rifles break as soon as you breathe on them - how on earth they'll stand up to gaming, I just don't know. Plus they are so frustrating! Don't get me wrong - I'm from a model-making background, and am used to small bits and pieces, too. So I'm proposing a simple poll about whether they should all go the Plastic Warrior route (i.e. partially fully assembled instead of multi-pose).