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Review: Guild Ball Champ

Review: Guild Ball Champ

Guild Ball on the workbench once again, with a brand new Champ miniature that was sent to me for review. Let’s just get into it…

This time the resin is smooth, with crisp detail and sharp edges. It looks very high quality and seem exclusive. It is hard to bend and works perfectly with knife and file. It behaves almost like harder version of Games Workshops plastic. Very pleasant to work with. Much better quality than Forge World resin, light years away from board game plastic and huge improvement in Guild Ball quality overall. I love it!
The design is also very nice, with no parts that might be susceptible to get damaged. On top of that the miniature looks just awesome! The dynamism of the pose is clear to see thanks to a very natural combat stand. Cool miniature.

The base is also top quality with no issues what so ever. Sharp, flat edge, no miscast, no mold lines – perfect.

As a side note: I think that the best proof of SFG’s quality improvement over the years is comparison of new resin Champ (left) vs Kickoff plastic Harmony (right). These are two completely different worlds.

Summary:

  • design thought through,
  • nice crisp detail,
  • no difference between two sides of the mold,
  • mold lines thin and easy to remove,
  • no rough surfaces/distortions of texture,**
  • material looks exclusive, 10/10,**
  • there are no issues when working with knife & file,**
  • base looks great,**
    **These are all big improvements compared to previous miniature.

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