In previous posts, I indicated that I was putting together a wraithknight, hence all the "giants" stuff.
I'll just say this now, I knew they were bigger models, certainly not Titan sized, but I had no idea how big "big" was going to be.
A wraithknight is freaking HUGE!
Sergeant: Well, Gronski, do you see that thing over there trying to hide behind the four story building?
Private: Uh, yessir!
Sergeant: Point it that way and take that thing down. Understood?
So Bravo GW, please do play on!
Also, I've never considered myself susceptible to the "bright and shiny" syndrome that sometimes drives our hobby, but I do have to say that for some reason, this new addition really resonates with me. I don't know if it's the painting challenge they offer, the sculpts, or just trying to figure out how to make them work in the context of our games and my army. I have definitely become rather enthralled with their potential.
So I have shifted my position from "cautiously curious" to "Ok, let's budget for these" as I am definitely planning on figuring out how to add some jumping clowns to the dead men walking theme I currently have going on.
These guys just look too wild and crazy to ignore for me.