Hand Cannon Online posts review of Masterworks Captian Victoria Haley statue from Privateer Press

By Polar_Bear
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Jun 13th, 2013
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Hand Cannon Online put up a review of the new Captain Victoria Haley statue from Privateer Press.

From the review:

As announced at Lock and Load 2013, Privateer Press has released the first of their Masterworks statues: Captain Victoria Haley. Being ranked Captain makes this pHaley or Haley1, as eHaley (Haley2) holds the rank of Major, so this sculpt does not features the mechanikal arm. What’s in the box? A 1-peice Haley statue, a base and a certificate of authenticity signed by Matt Wilson. Included below are photos I’ve taken of my own statue.

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  • Being ranked Captain makes this pHaley
    or Haley1, as eHaley (Haley2) holds
    the rank of Major, so this sculpt does
    not features the mechanikal arm.

    I am thoroughly confused… 🙂

    • dogui

      Characters evolve in Warmahordes, and have several incarnations that have their own models and rules. pHaley means “prime” Haley, or her first incarnation. Afterwards they become epic characters, hence the “e” in eHaley. Another way of referring to them is with a number, as in Haley1 and Haley2. This is easier now because some major characters are getting their third incarnations.

      So yeah, epic Haley, after some events with her evil sister and a warjack, has a mechanical arm and is ranked Major in Cygnar´s military.

  • Heble

    Yada yada yada… the review does go on….

    Lets simplify this…

    Pretty.
    Want.
    Take my money.

    🙂

    • cybogoblin

      Haley’s nice and all, but what about some love for Sorscha, or Khador in general?

      • odinsgrandson

        They made a large resin Sorscha last time around. Those kits didn’t look nearly as nice as this one, but I definitely see why they wouldn’t start with the same ones they did the first time around.

        If this one sells well, I can see them branching out a lot.

        • KelRiever

          I wanted that Sorscha model, and in my mind I swore I would get to painting it for display.

          Never ended up getting it. Which is good, becuase no matter how badly I wanted (and still want) it, NOTHING out of game scale has ever even gotten to my painting table.

          Its sad, but really, I can’t even keep up with painting what is used for gaming. Nor to game companies seem to want me to, either, as they push everything out the door beyond the capacity of a normal human being to keep up with. So to all you who have the time to not just buy, but actually paint these things, never doubt the value of your available time…

        • mathieu

          They made a large resin Sorscha last time around. Those kits didn’t look nearly as nice as this one […]

          That’s a matter of opinion, I suppose ;). I for one have the Deneghra piece and her Slayer, and I definitely find the models nicer than this one. A lot more dynamic, for starter, and the warcaster is not a whole lot less detailed especially considering she is half the size of this Haley.

          Interesting detail too: I literally had no mould lines, flash, or bubbles in these resin kits. I realize these are different from mass-produced Battle Engines and Garganlossals, but every time I crack open a resin gaming piece from PP I can’t help but being disappointed they don’t manage to get that level of casting quality.