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Introducing Ramshackle Games, a Independant model and game shop which has rugged vehicles and parts, suitable for the Orks! Check out their website and online store. Here are some samples of some Orkified vehicles...


OAny new or old Ork players should look for Master Ein for Ork inspiration. His blog at shows his very detailed and good looking Ork units. Just check out some of his marvellous work!


"A couple of things going on here soon in the life of the waaagh. First up is Baltimore Games Day! We need some good solid boyz to show up and put on a good thumpin' to the beakie boyz over at the Bolter and Chainsword. If you are going to games day, you do not want to miss this WAAAGH!"


Most of us paint our Orks and wat not in your favourite klan colors. But what if we had multiple klans in your waaagh?


Holy crap, seems like ForgeWorld likes Orks! They never release enough of 'em, which is good fer us!

More new Ork stuff from Forgeworld - Ork Lifta Dropper and Ork weapons set

Forgeworld has released more Orky goodness in conjunction with the new Imperial Armor 8 book. Take a look at these new gems Forgeworld made for us :-

Comparison of size with a Rhino

The new Lifta Dropper comes with the full battlewagon kit from GW. Here's the description from the Forgeworld website :

Only the Orks would dare to put such an unstable and powerful energy weapon on the back of a heavily armoured flatbed battlewagon. The massive ‘Traktor’ beam is capable of picking up an enemy tank and throwing it around like an enraged child with a toy, -as long as the onboard reactor doesn’t blow up first of course! Complete resin and plastic kit. Model deisgned by Stuart Williamson and Mark Bedford.

The model is retailed at £60.00 (~USD86.10), which means £60.00-£35.00 (battlewagon retail price) = £25.00(~USD36.10) for the Lifta Dropper only. They shouldn't include the battlewagon kit together as we can get it cheaper from online stores...but oh well. :/
It looks very good and menacing though...with the right paint job. Of course, I welcome any new Forgeworld Ork addition, cause we didn't get much love compared to those darned IG tanks and Beakie/Chaos Beakie stuff :P. I still wonder when are we gonna get our new wartrakk and warbuggy...

Head over to the Forgeworld site to see it from different angles.

Next up is a rare set which can actually be used in normal 40k games, as most models done by Forgeworld are either used in Imperial Armour, Armageddon or unique models not in the codex. Here are the Ork weapons set :

The description from Forgeworld site :

Included are twelve different guns including big shootas, shootas, skorchas and rokkit launchas along with weapon mounting brackets to fit them on your vehicles, and spare shells, magazines and ammo belts. Models designed by the Forge World design team.
To be more detail, there are :

3 x Shootas
5 x Big Shootas
2 x Twin Linked Big Shootas
1 x Rokkit Launcha
2 x Spare Rokkits
16 x Handle bits to attach weapons to vehicles
1 x Ammo box
6 x Ammo clip

Those big shootas in the middle can be good snazzguns or deffguns with some modification. Price is at £16.00 (~USD23.10) for the whole thing. A lil' bit pricey though...but it's always worth it if you can find ideas for it. :)

More Orks from Forgeworld please! :P

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