Tau Greater Good Grimskull Miniatures Unbox & Build

By |2018-03-17T10:30:54+00:00March 17th, 2018|Categories: Product Review, Videos, Wargames Exclusive|

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If you are looking for more ‘counts as’ options for your Tau army, then Wargame Exclusive and Girmskull Miniatures might just have what you are looking for!

Wargame Exclusive specializes in ‘counts as’ models for many factions in the Warhammer 40k universe. Our very own Rob Baer has the all-new Greater Good Aeth’er and the Cyclic Battle Suit on his paint bench to give the full breakdown of these kits and what you can expect to find inside!

For our complete review, be sure to scroll down!

WGE Greater Good

Fresh from Wargame Exclusive is the Aeth’er and the Cyclic Battlesuit. These kits are made using high-quality resin and have an incredible amount of detail. Rob does show the both of these models assembled. More on that later. These models are expertly designed and the tolerances are on point. You can assemble these kits as is or add customizations of your own with little difficulty. The Cyclic Battlesuit does have the option to show the pilot exposed or with the cockpit covered. This opens up the option of running this model as an HQ or character.

WGE Greater Good Assembled

Here they are fully assembled. Rob was amazed by the level of detail and how it all comes together so well. There were no issues discovered during the assembly process. Each model can easily be painted in sections then assembled.

Do take note that there are no assembly instructions that come included.

You can look at the model in a 360-degree view on the site or just fit the pieces together logically. The models are just that well designed that you can figure it out.

Rob goes further in-depth into the detail and design of these models and does a size comparison in his full review video below!



28mm scale HQ Resin miniature with 32mm base. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly.



28mm scale HQ Resin miniature with 50mm base. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly.

The Aeth’er and Cyclic Battlesuit kits are available now online. Be sure to press play on our quick and dirty review video below for the full product breakdown.

For more on these kits and a wide selection of counts as models for Warhammer 40k, visit Wargame Exclusive!

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