Well I have decided to put Khador away and play with new toys. And one just came out. Cygnars new character warjack Brickhouse.
First think I notice about this jack is the price. Wow was it ever expensive. More then I am used to paying for a jack. I was expecting mid $40’s but it was high $50s. (In Canada that means more then $70).
Time to dive in!
The kit is primarily plastic. A couple small bits, head and legs are metal. This should make it easier to change that ridiculous stock pose. Seriously how did that ever make it past marketing?
Even have a sweet custom base from Secret Weapon for him.
Lots of flash and bits to clean off. Doesn’t matter to me so much as I’m a horrible at this hobby. But if you’re meticulous then you’ll probably spend upwards of 30min cleaning it all up.
Sometimes you have to balance models to get them to glue just right. I am very impatient and wish glue would work faster!
Bam! Trying to get the pose just right. I probably should have put the head on at this point but I waited until I had both arms on. That was a mistake. Ended up almost busting off the Ironman arm trying to get the head on.
And finally done. Aside from cleaning off all the flash Brickhouse goes together fairly easy. As you can see I put the hammer down so he wasn’t so crossing guardish. Now just have to wait for Greg to get home from vacation so I can get him painted and on the table!
I always look forward to the Ontario team championship run by my partner in crime, Scott. It’s a great format and lots of fun where you meet a ton of people and play lots of games. It has all the feeling of a convention but only requires a one day commitment!
The team I played on this year was a mixed bag of good friends who all enjoy playing the game but aren’t necessarily the most competitive, which was great as it was relaxed and full of joking and beer!