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Orcs, Sci-Fi, Fantasy... what's not to like?

March 07, 2012 1 min read

Here are images of our new Orc Warmasters.
They are big.
Huge, actually!
Could just be the most massive warmasters that can be found on the market...

We've just opened pre-orders for (Fantasy or Science-Fiction versions), but please note that they will not be available for at least 30 days.
That being said, there is a good change that the pricing moves up in about 2 weeks (when actual production costs are in).

The Fantasy version is all done. We have made changes based on your suggestions (jaw, helmet,, etc.).

As for the SF version, we only need your last-minute comments to determine if he goes to production as is or if we tweak a few details...

So, let's start with the SF version (scroll down for the Fantasy version).




And here's the final Fantasy version :




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