Wednesday 23 September 2015

New Mobile Brigadas and Nisse HMG

Alright, one more post about the Interplanetary and then I'm done. Honest!

This post is later than it could be because I needed to get some of the pics approved first. There's a lot more that I'd love to show you such as [redacted], [redacted] and the new [redacted] but I lost the deciding combat. Oh well.

True story.

First up, we have the awesome new Mobile Brigadas. I'm not sure if these guys will be a box of four or a box of three + Tinbot like the Janissaries though.

I seem to have only taken pictures of three of them, but maybe I just missed one. Who knows.

Complete with tiny antennas.

Excitingly, there is a Missile Launcher sculpt, although she has a classic fist-pump pose.

This guarantees that there will be a new option(s) for the Mobile Brigada profile. I'm really liking all these inter-book releases and updates that they keep doing as it serves as such a revitalising force for older units.

The Missile Launcher actually just fires fists and she's in the process of reloading.

There's also this girl with a rather enigmatic looking weapon. I'm not sure what profile would be expected to come with a Pistol.

Personally, the outstretched hand makes me think 'Hacker', but I'm not too familiar with the re-sculpted Nomad weaponry so maybe it represents a Breaker Pistol, or the medic-gun for a Paramedic profile?

Stop right now, thank you very much.

With this new heavy weapon option and a specialist profile Mobile Brigada links should start looking like a viable choice.

The Nisse HMG has also long been expected and now it looks like he is going to be out Soon.

It's going to be a three-part model again and it retains the cool looking cloak the multiple 'eyes' helmet that gives it a really nice look.

It's hard to tell exactly what the final pose is going to be, but it looks like it might be a 'firing' one with the model bracing against the recoil.

I'm sure many people will be happy with these new releases, especially given that there isn't a tactical rock in sight!

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