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Nexus XXX Century Warriors

"At the end of the third millenium, battles are still mostly fought and won by infantry. On the surface of desert planets, on icy wastes, in deadly jungles or venemous plains, the elite forces of the Xanthac federation..." I got 5 boxes of these largish sci fi armored troopers from Hannants UK and JMN Hobby here in Manila. Each box has 5 figures.They're molded in silver grey plastic and the hexagonal slotta bases are black. These figs are 28mm, the same size as the Games Workshop Space Marines. The bases are Hexagonal. 5 guys in total. Each figure, with the exception of the leader, is made of the same 3 pieces - the main figure/torso, a Gun and a Backpack. There's also a sprue with 3 heavy weapons ( probably something like a flamer, a plasma cannon and a heavy bolter/blaster) on it. They're a simple "Squish Together" mold - Guns "Squish" into a large square on their chests and backpacks go into a circle. The fifth figure seems like an

54mm Skeletons

Just want to share some models. I got these bagged in sets of 50 figures. Maybe cuz Halloween's near.

WIP: HotT Orcs & Goblins 4

Finally, my HotT Orcs have a behemoth element. The element has 2 figures drafted from the Dungeons and Dragon miniatures line. The 30mmish prepainted Orc Savage from the Deathknell release looked suitable enough to be a 1/72 troll. These are more samples of my repurposed and rebased figures with the original prepainted minis repainted a trollish green and based for HotT as a behemoth element. In Norse mythology, trolls are said to dwell in isolated mountains, rocks, and caves, are larger than humans and notably ugly. Numerous tales about trolls are recorded, in which they are frequently described as being extremely old, very strong, but slow and dim-witted. They are sometimes described as man-eaters and as turning to stone upon contact with sunlight. In Tolkien's writings they are portrayed as evil, stupid, with crude habits, although still intelligent enough to communicate with a known language. Morgoth, created the first Trolls before the First Age. Strong and vicious, but