Was given some reinforcements for Aeronautica Imperialis, in the shape of some Grot Bommers as a present, which was nice.
The diminutive Gretchin have long been enthusiastic supporters of Ork aviation, whether gleefully pushing bombs out of open bays, crawling into tight spots to fix engines, or acting as spotters and even gunners on ork planes. It doesn’t take long before they become obsessed with flying just like their bigger kin, begging for their own turn on the control stick. Some enterprising Ork meks decided this arrangement could be mutually beneficial, and created guided missiles that could be flown like a tiny, gretchin-sized airplane. Fitted with a short-burn rocket engine and stuffed with unstable explosives, some rabid grots are happy to climb aboard just for the (short-lived) thrill of speed and freedom. They’re loaded into the wings of specially-fitted Grot Bommers, and launched in support of the Air Waaagh!
I did say in a post last year that these would be my next purchase for Aeronautica Imperialis would be these planes.
The obvious answer for me is a pair of Grot Bommerz. I do like the concept of these, though I am not a big fan of the actual models, but Orks is Orks, so they are next on my shopping list.
Here are the sprues, there are three (well two and a half) sprues in the box.
This sprue has the engines, the tails and the cockpits.
This sprue has the wings and the main fuselage.
The (half) sprue had the Grot Bombs.
I followed the instructions which are very clear and straightforward.
Lots of lovely detail for such tiny models.
I like the different engines and cockpits used, very Orky in appearance.
I will probably follow a similar process I used on my other Ork aircraft. Though I think yellow or orange might be the way to go as with these models that I saw at Warhammer World.