Firefly: Customizable Ship Models (6)

Firefly: Customizable Ship Models (6) (On Sale)

Product #GF9FIRE007

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Regular Price: $50.00

Special Price: $37.50

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Manufacturer: Gale Force 9

The Firefly-class ship is a multipurpose, mid-bulk transport boat designed by Allied Spacecraft Corporation. From when the first series one hit the market in Feb 2435 to the latest series four model in July 2513 they represent one of the most versatile and readily available ship types in the verse.


The Tohoku-class cruiser was conceived as a mobile base for pacification operations, and a visible symbol of Alliance power and prestige. In essence, each Tohoku is a self-contained city in space, providing a platform for the Alliance to bring the benefits of civilization to the backward worlds of the Rim.


Reaver starships are abominations: older-line models for the most part, often no longer used by other inhabitants of the 'verse They are festooned with bits of random debris and ghoulish junk, a characteristic paint scheme of red slashes, and the skeletons of their prey, and are frequently armed with a magnetic grappler with which to seize victim ships.


This box contains a full set of the models from the basic game that have been re-mastered and produced in high detail resin so that you can customize your own ships and give them unique paint schemes.

Contents:
4 Firefly Class Ships
1 Reaver Cutter
1 Alliance Cruiser


This is not a stand-alone game. This is an accessory for Firefly.


Miniatures are supplied unpainted. Preparation and assembly may be required.




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Reviews

Not worth it
You'll need to clean up mold lines, flash, and the model halves are skewed during casting. Furthermore, the protective foam inserts have adhered to the models themselves (or at least the finishing applied) rendering the models unable to be based or painted. Tweezers, hobby knives, files, and even open flame are unable to clean the models from the foam. This is the worst purchase I've made,hands down. It's paramount to note I spent $18.00 when this was on sale June 2016 and I still consider it a waste.
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Review by Matt on 1/31/2017