Wednesday, 23 July 2014

V011 Scorpion Air Lander for Laserburn at

Good and sad news everybody this week as we have the last Laserburn classic 15mm scale vehicle code re-mastered and re-released. Yes, that's right the last one and its been just over half a year since we started and its been a great experience and a lot of fun too. But we kept the daddy for last, the biggest and meanest of the whole vehicle range. That's right the old 'skull cracker' itself the Scorpion Air Lander. One of the very first 'dropship' type models in the early 1980's it was an absolute beast in white metal meaning it was really heavy, hard to produce and that meant that we took it off the market. In fact with this release today its now cheaper than it was in 2005! The big one piece hull is now in high quality grey tone resin which is much, much lighter. There are many dropship types of models on the market now but this vehicle is pure space opera with its open top and anti-gravity drive. Perhaps it was once in your collect or you might want to add one or more of them to your collection now. The Scorpion has come out beautifully and we are very happy with it and we hope you all are too.

Here are some pictures of the Scorpion Air Lander with scale image above showing a Laserburn 305 miniature (14mm tall).

V011 Scorpion Air Lander
1 Resin and Metal Kit 8.00GBP
This code contains all of the parts required to assemble one air lander suitable for any 15mm campaign. The parts are as follows a resin hull, a white metal cabin top, white metal landing legs and two separate white metal plasma robo turrets to mount on the hull. This model is not supplied with a flying base but can be easily mounted upon one. Assembly required but its a very easy build. Dimensions assembled are 55mm in length, 40mm width and 30mm height. A classic Laserburn model once more back in production.  Go HERE.

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  1. A sort of flying LCAC... Pretty utilitarian but versatile, I like it! Lots of space inside to add a crew, which always gives a vehicle some extra character.

    1. Thanks for your comment. It is a rather strange vehicle but charming too. Lots of uses. You can add any crew you wish certainly. GBS

  2. I like that it could be used in so many ways. Especially as a rover, exploration vehicle. The RPGer in me just thought of 1000 adventures with one of these. I think I would take off the landing struts and base it in hover mode.

    1. That is a nice idea. If you do this please take some pictures and write a small article on how it was done and I will feature it here on the blog. The Scorpion has certainly gotten wargamers talking. GBS