Re: [Epic] Titan Parts -Reply
I got my Mega Gargant without one of the shoulder guns.
Perhaps I should have complained instead of thinking
that it would be easy to replace.
On Mon, 21 Sep 1998, J Andrew Evans wrote:
> Actually this is the bit that worries me. Despite the info that the decision to
> remove all Epic metal from the shops was overturned after the sale there still
> seems to be a tendency to push as Epic fans towards Mail Order. The Chaos stuff
> is still not out (except Blood reapers box) except from Mail Order - which is
> not always good news.
> I ordered a bunch of Chaos stuff from MO recently and my Lord of Battle arrived
> without no Close combat weapons - which I had asked for. I rang up and they
> sent me a whole new Lord of Battle free (!) - except that I still didn't get any
> close combat weapons. On third try they sent just the weapons. I was happy I
> got a Lord of Battle for nothing but it was pretty frustrating at the time!
> Crocker, Cyril wrote:
> > It also does say right in the article that the bits would be avail.
> > through mail order.
> > ----------
> > Cyril Crocker
> > Computer Technician
> > Proctor & Redfern Ltd.
> > ccrocker_at_...
> > ----------
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: CLL_at_... [mailto:CLL@...]
> > Sent: Monday, September 21, 1998 6:36 AM
> > To: space-marine_at_...; sauron1@...
> > Subject: [Epic] Titan Parts -Reply
> > >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
> > Sauron1 writes;
> > I broke down and bought WD 224 today and saw the extra bits added
> > to the Battletek Titan. I understand they were just for the GW
> > Illuminatii at
> > HQ and will never be released to the poor buying public.
> > sauron1_at_...
> > <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
> > Though if we all request them we might get them to release a few, some
> > interesting 40K bits are available thru the journal suchas the three
> > turret
> > systems and of course the Thunderhawk.
> > As I recall there was a powerfist on one Titan and a heavily modified
> > carapace with two four tube rocket launchers on another that I cannot
> > identify from anywhere, though the powerfist could be a serious
> > conversion, it's only seen from one angle.
> > Krass
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