I am new to this forum and game, and what I see so far I love, I really long for the rules
But I have a question regarding the Waffen-SS Firing Panzerfaust model, is the warhead of this weapon really rocket propelled, isnt it a recoilless weapon and thus there should be no flames from the warhead?
Good spot on the panzerfaust... Though I think the problem here is probably more with the painting then the sculpt, as the trail could be painted up as the smoke trail though ideally that should be both ends.
Rufus T. Firefly: Oh, I'm sick of messages from the front. Don't we ever get a message from the side?
You are correct, when looking more closely on the flames it should be no problem to paint it as smoke instead First I thought it looked more like a flame pattern than smoke. But I still miss the back blast from the Panzerfaust
I'm guessing there's the possibility of using a smaller scale explosion marker with a pin in it, that could slot into a hole drilled in the back of the panzerfaust. If you've got a removeable back-blast then you've got the convenience of taking the thing out for transport or gaming if needed.
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"You're a big man, but you're in bad shape. With me, it's a full time job." – Lt. Bromhead to Prince Dabulamanzi before the Battle of Rorke's Drift.
In darkness there was some illuminating in front too, sparkles that followed the warhead Sog / pull from the open barrel. Nasty for a Soldier trying to hide from the attacking tank fleet.
It was not the safest weapon anyway. At the first life fire presentation to Hitler the user was killed, the weapon exploded, ripping his head of. Otto Morawitz from Heerswaffenamt was there and was very drastic in telling the story. And the reaction of the Führer. Welcome back breakfast.