I’m not sure where I thought I was going to find rules for them (I believe they may have been published in the old Inquisitor magazine that GW. Hi John,. I have been more than just a bit busy over the last few months. Inq 18 will be out in February. Tim. — Tim DuPertuis ARMORCAST and. Armorcast acts like it doesn’t even want to remember this magazine. Come on Timmy This being the EARLIEST Archive entry for Inquisitor.

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This page was last edited ihquisitor 25 Septemberat Hey We Have Achievements Now. Actually a quarterly release from the last issue for a change. Imcluded in this section are other wrmorcast kits which have appeared on the market from time to time and about which there is little or no information.

But as is GW’s wont, the longer they were around, the greedier and more idiotic they got as all companies traded on the Stock Markets of the world areand all these rules became less and less common in White Dwarf to the hilariously near nonexistent amount the now TWO magazines ijquisitor. Every item in our inventory has been inspected, very strictly graded, and bagged for its protection.

Views Read View source View history. Nick Tompkins of Epicast was very helpful in providing information. Chonos38 Reaver Titan Head 5. Inquisitor has a LOT of these in nearly every issue.

magazjne The Two Armed Ork Dreadnought brings the old metal mini back to life for 75 points plus for weaponry. The first big article of this issue has Tim D.

Wargame Dork: Operation Game Collection Warhammer 40K Special: Fan Magazines Part 5: Inquisitor 16

Next time we hit the final full 2nd edition 40K issue of Inquisitor and the second to last issue period! He continues to use silly Ork speak from time to time in his coverage but overall is positive on the goodies he mentions. A LOT of the entries have an “Unknown” in them someplace.


The cardboard backing of miniature packs is not graded.

Resin Vehicles & Titans

Even with a bit of toothbrush cleaning these two special little guys need more dusting. This conversion kit was produced and sold, with the permission of Games Workshop, before Armorcast was formed in June Now with tons of retro gaming content both electronic and tabletop.

This basically breaks multiple rules for 40K even though the conversion pictured looks sweet as hell. Its overcomplicated, fidgety, adds in tons more die rolls, record keeping, record SHEETS to write on, and is just sort of adding Battletech levels of aspie detail to a game unsuited for it.

If excessively worn, they will be marked as “tray worn. It is kind of funny that apparently it’s Heavy Bolter is also designed for air defense in spite of obviously being for ground defense of the tank. So my rating for this issue?

Armorcast Inquisitor Magazine Pdf

Maybe I should email them and ask if they have any photographs of these kits? They also produce tanks and APCs and a variety of other items which can be seen at Armorcast Online Catalogue Epicast appear to have ceased trading in ; up to that point they were mainly produce a wide range of scenic bases cast in resin. Fair Very well used, but complete and useable. Then we get the three big guys!

I personally own the two Chaos releases and an Eldar Tempest. Biasi Imperial Reaver Titan. The Cannon is a reasonable points to the Cauldron’s less useful Except nobody ever played it that way.


Now I love the 2nd ed era metal Maagzine in spite of them being a big pain to assemble. As is, I am merely taking okish photos of a couple of pages just for review purposes.

Modern Synthesist: The Tyranid Archive – Armorcast Tyranids and Other Big Dreams

Very well used, but complete and useable. Two of these guys are available in normal 40K games now as a 73 Dollar dual build kit. Armorcast are still in business, although not producing items under license from Games Workshop anymore.

He gives an address for Simtac who made the Kryomek tanks he used for 15’s Squat tanks. So what did I think about my first issue of Inquisitor? I am a nerd! Epicast Unreleased Ork LungBursta. Still in the original factory shrink wrap, with condition visible through shrink noted.

Even at GW prices! They insist if played sensibly they should be ok and various allusions to cheesemongers being ostracized but this never happened.

I say yes sir! Dunno if I inquixitor burn points on one in 2nd ed games however. And I have had to tell them to contact Armorcast. So yay I guess? If so how many hours of tedium did it add to the game? Well for those few who may care the images aren’t bad but they need to be transferred back to the PC and edited there if I want to put them at a decent click to see them large size in this blog.