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The Warhammer World Facebook page posted a few pictures of the classic Warhammer Quest diorama from the mid-1990s. I posted some pics of my own after I visited, but these are way better, so in case you blinked and missed the Facebook post, here they are:
The colours are still incredibly bright after all these years.
Classic orc models hanging out on a chequerboard floor, with bow strings!
The classic Warhammer Quest wizard flaunts his right to bare arms, and looks down the full depth of the display.
In the ‘red room’ a chaos summoner has brought one bloodletter statue to life, the second may soon follow, while underneath the barbarian kicks a skeleton like it’s a game of Heroquest or something.
Look out, little Slayer! This must be the falling floor, as a snotling dangles from the ledge above, a slayer tumbles into a pit trap, and an elf archer stands on a rickety rope bridge. Amazing the paint jobs that can be coaxed out of those one-part plastics by a talented brush.
Also I see I’m not the only one to have issues with glare when photographing at Warhammer World. This diorama was put together by Mike McVey to celebrate Warhammer Quest, and still looks amazing today.