1 toof -Far below average This product turned out to be a piece of junk. (rare)
2 teef – below average but not terrible. This product was a slight let down. (below average)
3 teef – Good, average, this product meets my expectations (average)
4 teef – superior to most of the products out there in either price, quality, etc this product goes above my expectations. (above average)
5 teef – Extremely high value or quality. This product blows me away. (rare)
Disclaimer: I play 40k; I’ve played 40k since the 80’s. When I look at a model I look at it from the perspective of how can I use this in 40k? That’s not to say the model can’t be used in alternative ways it’s just my perspective.
Quality: The quality is on par with previous Puppetswar releases. They are good, fairly clean and have good detail. There were a few places where mold lines were visible or I had to shave off some lines to get a smooth finish but nothing that is not out of the ordinary when dealing with resin kits.
Value: Price wise I think they on par with other offerings similar to this kit. So I think its priced fairly and competitively. What also nice is the walker arms are designed so that you can easily swap weapons out if you want to magnetize them at the elbow to save you form painting a lot of extra arms. The arms also fit snuggly on the body so you don’t have t glue them if you don’t want to
Look/Feel: I know a lot of people don’t like the shoulder design. They feel its too rounded to mesh with the angular look of the dreadnought. I can definitely see how they would feel that way.The weapons themselves look great in my opinion. Perhaps we can petition Puppetswar to design a new shoulder that fits the dreadnought style better?
Here’s a picture of the Puppetswar walker close combat arm and the regular Games Workshop dreadnought close combat weapon.
Questions, Comments? What do you think?