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First Strike Armoured Containers for Warhammer 40,000 Ed8 from Games Workshop - Miniature scenery set reviewimage © Games Workshop

Miniature scenery: First Strike Armoured Containers

Product name: Armoured Containers, Product Code: 99270199099, Sprue: -, Range: Warhammer 40,000 (Ed8) (Futuristic/ Futuristic fantasy), Series: Warhammer 40,000 universe, Company: Games Workshop, Production: 2017-

Scenery type: container, Size: ?, Technology: Modern/Futuristic (Advanced), Based on: containers

Model
Scale:
1:56 (28mm / 32mm), Proportions: Realistic / Heroic, Size: ?mm, Material: paper, Priming: Priming not neccessary
Assembly: One-piece, Sprueless, No cutting needed, No assembly, Posing: ?, Paintjob: printed, Base: No base, Conceptual design: ?, Design: ?

Set:

Warhammer 40.000 Ed8: First Strike Starter Set: contains 1

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The First Strike Armoured Containers miniature scenery from Games Workshop is a cardboard box that looks like three containers side by side.

"The inside tray of the box is designed to look like a set of armoured containers, meaning it can be placed on your mat as a piece of scenery for your miniatures to battle over"

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Review - First Strike Armoured Containers miniature scenery from Games Workshop

The First Strike Armoured Containers is the inner tray of the Warhammer 40.000 Ed8: First Strike Starter Set that has its sides printed as three Munitorum Armoured Containers.

The surface is shiny, but I think it's unavoidable, unless you use matte spray to remove the shine.

The containers look out of place on both sides of the First Strike Playing Mat in my opinion, but at least you have the option to use that to add to your mat. The only place the container scenery looks "right" is right on the crater of Side A), or blocking the roads on either side. It's exactly as long as the roads are wide, so they could totally block it.

The containers look okay, they probably stack, so you could use them for a warehouse. They would look nicely on an Infinity terrain too.

 

First Strike Starter Set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed8 from Games Workshop - Miniature wargame, figure and scenery set reviewimage © Games Workshop

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Size comparison - The Eiras Contract tiles miniature scenery from Mantic Games

Size comparison of the The Eiras Contract tiles miniature scenery from Mantic Games with 1:56 (28mm / 32mm) scale First Strike Playing Mat and First Strike Armoured Containers from Games Workshop.

Size comparison of the The Eiras Contract tiles miniature scenery from Mantic Games with 1:56 (28mm / 32mm) scale First Strike Playing Mat and First Strike Armoured Containers from Games Workshop.

Size comparison of the The Eiras Contract tiles miniature scenery from Mantic Games with 1:56 (28mm / 32mm) scale First Strike Playing Mat and First Strike Armoured Containers from Games Workshop.

You can totally cover the outside of the First Strike Armoured Containers with tiles from The Eiras Contract tiles without overlapping. If you turn the container scenery upside down, you can fill the bottom with tiles. You can also cover the inside walls with the tiles, but there will be a small overlap.

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Sources & tutorials - First Strike Armoured Containers miniature scenery from Games Workshop

Official

Games Workshop: First Strike: A Warhammer 40,000 Starter Set: Official webpage.

Contents overview

 

Review

 

Size comparison

 

Building

 

Painting

 

Painting progress

 

Showcase

 

 

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Buying the product - First Strike Armoured Containers miniature scenery from Games Workshop

Base set price (Warhammer 40.000 Ed8: First Strike Starter Set): 32,5 EUR / 25 GBP / 40 USD

Company Set price (2017)
Price / mini (2017)
Games Workshop

Warhammer 40.000 Ed8: First Strike Starter Set (60010199018) (32,5 EUR / 25 GBP / 40 USD)
Contains:

EUR / GBP /  USD

Where can you buy it?

Games Workshop: First Strike: A Warhammer 40,000 Starter Set: Official webpage.

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Do you have the First Strike Armoured Containers miniature scenery from Games Workshop? How do you like it? Would you recommend it to others? What further uses can you come up with? Tell your opinion in the comments!

 

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