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|Ohhh let me count the cost, I could spend a fortune on all the shiney toys on this site. Well laid out site and plush but as per GW very pricey||Keldon||12 Jul 2014|
|Lots of inspiration but most terrain can be scratch built for a lot cheaper. The models are very nice but a long way out of a normal persons price range.||Beier||12 Apr 2010|
|The Forge world site (based for Games workshop Citadel Miniatures) is fairly well organized. It caters towards fanasy and science fiction elements, providing collectors and gamers with above average resin cast miniatures and terrain.||Brumby123||11 Apr 2010|
|I have nothing about good things to say about Forge World. I own quite a few of their products, and though sometimes they require a good deal of clean up the finished product is well worth the effort.||TheRat||08 Apr 2010|
|All I can say is how cool these are, if you want to take 40k a step further this is the place to go!||Joseph59667||09 Mar 2010|
|I recently bought their Mega Dread model and while it has many pieces I found it almost as easy to assemble as a plastic kit. The level of detail was great. A pleasure to assemble and paint.||Jagged||07 Jan 2010|
|This is a good place for inspiration. Maybe to someday purchase a special gift for the serious gaming fella's in my family.||MUMSY||30 Dec 2009|
|Building the things Games Workshop mainstream doesn't. Nice treats for yourself every now and then.||George T||24 Aug 2009|
|The best resin gaming/diorama models out ther in the gaming univers :)||EMPERORS EYE||15 Aug 2009|
|Some of the best looking resin cast items I've seen. Though quite a price tag on them. I've not ordered anything from them as of yet. They do have cast terrain though that one can get some ideas from, so worth looking at just to have seen it.||Jackie-Paper||14 Aug 2009|
|Absolutely stunning models, but ridiculously outrageous prices.||Angus Khan||25 Nov 2008|
|What can I say about Forge World that hasn't already been said. There models are amazing, so of the most detailed I have ever seen. Prices are high but you get more then you pay for.||Prometheus||19 Nov 2008|
|amazing models, i often viset forge world and gaze upon their resin casts. definatly for a more experianced player. great stuff, check it out!||zulu||30 Oct 2008|
|Some of the best Games Workshop sculpts to date and a source for the increasingly hard to find Epic minis.||khain13||17 Oct 2008|
|Beautiful stuff and great looking terrain. Good for inspiration, as some of it is a little too spendy for me.||atomsmasher||08 Oct 2008|
|Excellently detailed pieces for 40k, but have been known to ship the wrong pieces or missing pieces on larger kits, which can be a pain to deal with from the opposite side of the world. Also, expensive shipping outside the UK||hecatonchireslm||03 Oct 2008|
|Very impressive models and terrain can be found here, but it tends to lean towards the 40k player. If not into that genre it may not be as helpful.||Pylar||30 Sep 2008|
|Excellent source of inspiration to the armour scratch builder. The site is well laid out and easy to navigate. The customer service that I received over email was excellent and my issue was solved straight away.||PTI:TS||27 Sep 2008|
|Mostly I just go there to drool over stuff that I'm unlikely to ever be able to justify paying for. However, there are also things like the Xenos Dissection Table, some of the conversion kits, and some etched brass emblems that I could justify.||AndySlater||26 Sep 2008|
|GW offshoot. Manufactures detailed resin terrain for their game universes as well as large range of figures and vehicles. Time for delivery and casting quality is much improved, but still a bit hit and miss. Customer Service (phone) is excellent.||_si_||26 Sep 2008|
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