PuppetsWar.eu Cyber Bike is now available

By TGN Ross
In News
Jan 18th, 2012

PuppetsWar.eu Cyber Bike is available on their online store.

From their announcement:

Set contains one Cyber Bike that can be equipped with dual Bzzt Emitter or dual Desolator Cannon. Designed to fit 28mm tabletop wargames scale. Supplied unassembled and unpainted. With the purchase of 3 Cyber Bikes you get Cyber Markers Set free of charge.

  • cybogoblin

    Does anyone know if these Tome Bla- Cyber Bikes will eventually get riders, or are they autonomous?

  • Will B

    Looks like it will fit the seated Necron figures from the recent GW kits.

  • pixelante

    Puppetswar usually do some good stuff, but this time they dropped the ball. This looks like a chunky version of the Tomb Blade art and it will require you to purchase the crew bits from the command barge.
    I think they should have taken a page from Mousemuffins and designed a drone of some kind.

    • Twisted Victor

      What? You are required to buy the bodies of what ever GW model you want to use their head for too. The bits for the bikes really are going for fairly cheap and I bet a standard Necron warrior would easily be modeled to fit on these, they are after all quite bow legged.

      • Repeter

        +1–those Necron warrior models would almost convert themselves onto this bike. The arms and hands would be the hard part…

        • Repeter

          That said, I don’t really like it much, which is a rare opinion from me concerning PuppetsWar’s stuff.

  • puster

    I am sure you can also use it without rider. Its not like we need another machine to put the controlling intelligence in (though the control panels look like an additional rider is planned).

  • KelRiever

    I am constantly amazed that there is a secondary market for things only usable in a GW game, when the tendency of the GW players i find is to strictly buy stuff from GW itself, no matter what.

    • Twisted Victor

      That mentality came from years of GW ran tournaments that only allowed GW parts and models. Independent tournaments have totally taken over the popular tournament scene and generally those tournaments allow for 3rd party proxy models.

      • cybogoblin

        This is especially true when an army still has unreleased models at the time of the tournament.

  • KelRiever

    I guess I see none of it happening anywhere near me and that is why I get the impression I do.