Sunday, January 22, 2012

Forge World Unboxing: Necron Tomb Stalker

Welcome to our second Forge World un-boxing article. Our first one, the Tau Manta, went over pretty well, so we're going to do a few more and see how you all like them.

This time we have the Necron Tomb Stalker, featuring many, many of the same part.

It would definitely be nice to have a bunch of extras for conversions now that the new codex is out.

The Kit

Necron Tomb Stalker available for 38 pounds from Forge World.

The Tomb Stalker is a previously unseen type of Necron construct armed with potent Gauss weaponry and razor-edged talons, which adds a devastating mix of firepower and combat ability to any Necron army. The Tomb Stalker is a huge, un-living machine, a swift and tireless engine of murder built to eternally protect the ancient sepulchres of the Necron Lords. The arcane machinery of the Tomb Stalker detects the pulse of life through hundreds of metres of solid rock, unerringly homing in on its unwitting prey and using a form of phase field to part solid matter like water. The Tomb Stalker is a full resin kit which includes Necron green plastic rods and an oval plastic base. Model designed by Will Hayes. -Courtesy FW's site


So that's it. Like I said pretty cool kit with lots of conversion potential.

What say you? -MBG


waaghgames said...

That thing has got to be one of my favorite FW models. Only second to Lugft Huron.

Lycanthropica said...

I got one of these as soon as it was released. It's awesome but mine was very brittle and even some of the small well formed parts snapped and had to be repaired(like the little feet)

I drilled through every part of the body,inserted a long bit of wire then glued that into the head and tail. So now he is very flexable but held together completely :)

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