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Rather than just making one thread about these once I get them done I figured I'd take a few pictures along the way.


So what am I starting with? There is one set of 5 Peacekeepers, those are the big chunky power armors, and two sets of enforcers. I also have one bag of conversion bits for the light enforcers.


so these are the sprues:




one one side of each of the torso and leg sprues there are letters A-E each set of legs only really fits well on one body so you only have 5 poses for the body and legs unless you feel like doing some cutting and converting. There were no instructions with these, and I didn't notice the letters until after I started assembling so some of my enforcers are doing some weird stuff with their legs.



So these three have their legs on, but not their heads and arms. The arms are fairly free form, there are some rifles and heavy weapons that use two hands but since there's no labels on those I'm guessing at which goes to which anyway. Also the heads all need some minor conversion, because they are all fairly hunchbacked unless you drill out the neck hole to extend it back.



These two are both built. I have drilled out the neck so now they can stand upright. The one has a pistol and a power fist the other is a silly flamethrower and a wrist knife, because there is only one left hand for heavy weapons per sprue, and I am using it on the machinegun/laser thing.



Finally we have a peace keeper. I really like these things, the connections are nice and clean, and there are a bunch of interesting arms. The only problem is I need to go buy more bases before I can assemble the other four.



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Just a little update.



The three headless minis have been built one with a heavy weapon, one with a rifle, and one converted to have a heavy shield and a rifle.


Next a couple of height comparison shots.


a PVC peacekeeper captain from wave 1 of deadzone, the plastic peace keeper, and a GW chaos terminator


Infinity Mobile Brigada, plastic Peacekeeper, plastic Enforcer, and Sir Forescale. 


Next up is to prime and paint this group of 6. The Peacekeeper will be blue/grey with red highlights. The Enforcers are getting Cerberus colors to match their PVC brothers.

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So are the shields part of the Peacekeeper sprue or the Enforcers?


I think they're on the Peacekeeper sprue, but want to be sure.



They are on the Peacekeeper sprue, but the forearm is close enough in size that with a little bit of tinkering you can fit it on to one of the rifle left arms.


There are also some PVC ones that had come with what looks like either a Doctor or Lieutenant special character. The peacekeeper ones are wider and I like them better.

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I really like the take on power armour for the Deadzone figures. I also like the Plague concept and models. I'm very happy with everything I've gotten assembled so far. I look forward to seeing you paint these guys up!



(I am very mehh on the "yet another future dystopia" background, especially one that ends up sounding like "Middle Class Whinging / Occupy 40,000")

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I really like the take on power armour for the Deadzone figures. I also like the Plague concept and models. I'm very happy with everything I've gotten assembled so far. I look forward to seeing you paint these guys up!



(I am very mehh on the "yet another future dystopia" background, especially one that ends up sounding like "Middle Class Whinging / Occupy 40,000")


I kind of think of their setting as Deadspace, starring the slowest exec from Weyland Yutani. 


The good news is that the figures are basic enough that they work nicely for other stuff, there's a reason why mine are painted as Cerberus troops.

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Just a little update.

all the minis are now built, for the enforcers there are 5 with shields, 3 made with the PVC extra bits, 2 using peacekeeper shields, 2 have pvc shotguns, one of which needs a bit to coverup a damaged pauldron. There is one flame thrower, and one heavy gun, one basic rifleman, one pistol and fist, and one guy with more weapons than he has hands.


For the peacekeepers I was a little less silly with conversions, 3 riflemen, one shield + heavy gun, one flame thrower.


In other news, I have learned that vallejo surface primer, works better as a brush on primer if you mix in 1 drop of a reaper paint. seems to reduce the formation of bubbles, and pooling. so that's cool.







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I looked on Mantics site, so these aren't available to the public yet?

I saw the Enforcers, but they are a "sprueless plastic" (I'm assuming a type of restic).

I think they are still sending out kickstarter pledges of these. So they'll probably pop up in a month or two. The sprueless plastic, is PVC I think. it is similar to what privateer and sedition wars use.


The enforcer troop booster, is what the plastic enforcers replace, and I would recommend waiting for the plastic since they give you a lot more options, and cleaner sculpts. 


If you wanted to start on some while you wait, you'd probably want the enforcer specialist booster, or heroes, since there is no direct equivalency between those

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