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Title: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: GreyWolfActual on 28 April 2017, 11:16:23
I know the list is long and that's what I'm hoping for. But it's been a long time since I bought any minis so I was hoping I could get some help to compile a list of all (or at least most) of the existing one piece BT minis that IWM has available.

Thanks!
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: Weirdo on 28 April 2017, 11:38:21
Mechs only?
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: sadlerbw on 28 April 2017, 11:41:29
Not at ALL exhaustive, but off the top of my head:

Hunchback
Hunchback IIC
Javelin
Firestarter (the original, not the DA one)
Vulcan
Urbamech

That's all I'm sure are one-piece. I know there are others, but can't be sure off the top of my head what exactly they are.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: faithless on 28 April 2017, 11:49:01
off the top of my head two commando scuplts
apollo
trebuchet
grasshopper
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: GreyWolfActual on 28 April 2017, 11:53:00
Mechs only?
Yes please.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: Sartris on 28 April 2017, 12:24:01
Enforcer III
Clint
Commando
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: cavingjan on 28 April 2017, 12:37:53
Most of the beginner's sets. I think the hatchetman one was two pieces.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: Sartris on 28 April 2017, 13:19:39
Most of the beginner's sets. I think the hatchetman one was two pieces.

If you're willing to glue arms, there are a host of minis that are two ore three pieces like the centurion
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: GreyWolfActual on 28 April 2017, 14:34:03
If you're willing to glue arms, there are a host of minis that are two ore three pieces like the centurion
This is for a situation where assembly is not an option, hence why I asked about one piece minis.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: klarg1 on 28 April 2017, 16:10:41
Current sculpts only?

A lot of 'mechs that had one-piece sculpts got re-sculpted, and now have separate arms (e.g. Dragon, Grasshopper, Zeus, etc.). In many of these cases, the plastic Lance-pack versions are still one-piece.


In any case, I think the old once-piece Cyclops sculpt is still the current sculpt.

Also:
Assassin
Cataphract CTF-1X Nope
Urbanmech
Clint
Exterminator
Whitworth
Guillotine (I think?)

[Edited to add more options, after a quick review of the IWM catalog]
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: NeonKnight on 28 April 2017, 16:35:20
Most of this:

http://ironwindmetals.com/store/product_info.php?cPath=16_136&products_id=4059

http://ironwindmetals.com/store/product_info.php?cPath=16_136&products_id=4061

I think most of this:

http://ironwindmetals.com/store/product_info.php?cPath=16_136&products_id=4060

Most of this:

http://ironwindmetals.com/store/product_info.php?cPath=16_136&products_id=3928

Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: Sartris on 28 April 2017, 18:02:07
checked my drawers after getting home

Quickdraw
Yeoman
Piranha
Stalker
Victor?
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: shadhawk on 28 April 2017, 18:28:07
Javelin
Assassin
Commando
Clint
Stalker
Vulcan
Blackjack original
Firestarter original
Urbanmech
Trebuchet original
Atlas original
Hunchback
Hunchback 2c
Guillotine original
Yeoman
Piranha
Most of the old beginner sets minis


Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: Mech42ace on 28 April 2017, 22:22:46
The Imp is one I can name off the top of my head.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: Giovanni Blasini on 28 April 2017, 23:13:57
Following this with interest.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: CranstonSnord on 28 April 2017, 23:35:50
Charger 1A1
Dervish
Hermes II
Kintaro
Mercury
Orion
Panther
Commando IIC
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: DEZOAT on 29 April 2017, 11:18:31
Charger 1A1
Dervish
Hermes II
Kintaro
Mercury
Orion
Panther
Commando IIC
The Mercury is two part.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: Cache on 29 April 2017, 11:21:04
trebuchet
grasshopper
Guillotine (I think?)
Orion

Current individual sculpts are multi-part. You'd have to dig into the Beginner's Sets/Lance Packs or find first sculpts for single-piece.

checked my drawers after getting home
Stalker
Victor?

Stalker has a separate torso and Victor has separate arms.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: Alex Keller on 30 April 2017, 22:27:50
Is the Cerberus one piece?
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: worktroll on 30 April 2017, 22:35:58
Yup.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: NeonKnight on 01 May 2017, 12:15:47
I know this may sound crazy BUT.....Has anyone thought to ask the folks at IWM?

Maybe they have some sort of 'collection' of minis they can look at and tell you, straight up with the SKU numbers and what not?

For example I know FOR A FACT the Hatchetman [20-864] is multi piece, but the hatchetman from Sword and Dragon Mech Pack I [10-033] is one piece.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: cavingjan on 01 May 2017, 14:28:25
I'm pretty sure I had to glue on the arms on my hatchetman from that set. Everything else was molded into the body but the arms were separate. (Mine doesn't have the same arm positions as any on CSO and I haven't cut one of those.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: shadhawk on 01 May 2017, 19:35:32
The original Hatchetman was 1 piece
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: Mattlov on 01 May 2017, 19:55:08
The original Hatchetman was 1 piece

The original one was.  The newest versions are not, both Dark Age version and 4th War version.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: Feenix74 on 01 May 2017, 20:04:06
Affirmative, I have one still in its blue Ral Partha blister pack and another one in a new IWM Quick Start Lance Pack
[10-044] which consists of an Orion, Victor, Firestarter and Hatchetman all of which are one piece, if my memory serves me correctly. I will try to upload some photos when I get a chance.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: GreyWolfActual on 02 May 2017, 11:23:03
I know this may sound crazy BUT.....Has anyone thought to ask the folks at IWM?
That's the point of this thread. Some of the IWM folks do frequent this forum. If they see this thread and are inclined to answer, then they will do so when they can. I'm not going to call them up and ask them to spend time that they may not have on this.

In any case, the answers from the community have been plentiful and sufficient for what I need to know so, again, there's no need for me to both IWM with that labor intensive task.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: NeonKnight on 02 May 2017, 11:36:03
That's the point of this thread. Some of the IWM folks do frequent this forum. If they see this thread and are inclined to answer, then they will do so when they can. I'm not going to call them up and ask them to spend time that they may not have on this.

In any case, the answers from the community have been plentiful and sufficient for what I need to know so, again, there's no need for me to both IWM with that labor intensive task.

But that was my question.

I'm not suggesting asking them to catalogue the minis, but that they may actually already know.

An email along the lines of:

"Hey, I was looking to purchase some battletech minis, but I am interested in single cast pieces. Do you have a list handy of which minis are a single cast?"

Would be possibly more helpful than us looking to our mini collections, and then debating as to which minis we had that were one cast versus multi piece.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: ussenterprise on 24 September 2017, 22:52:53
Are any of the mech in the sword and dragon Kurita pack or the heavy Kurita pack one or two piece?
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: Weirdo on 25 September 2017, 07:45:20
In the Sword and Dragon pack, you have a one-piece mech, two two-piece mechs, and one four-piece mech. The last (Hatamoto-Chi) is still very easy, with the parts being the entire mech, two arm guns, and the back heat sink fin.
Title: Re: One Piece Miniatures
Post by: Force of Nature on 25 September 2017, 17:30:29
I know this may sound crazy BUT.....Has anyone thought to ask the folks at IWM?

Hey, hey, hey.... Stop thinking with logic and common sense. Lets keep it in the gray area in between logic and common sense okay?

 ;) ;) ;) :)) :)) :))

Original Phoenix Hawk IIC was a one piece sculpt.

Some versions of the Stalker were also.

I don't know if you have any GWA, but the majority of the original Battledroids were one piece sculpts.