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Raumjäger Infantry

Original price $34.95 - Original price $349.00
Original price $104.00
$34.95 -
Current price $34.95


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Even before they became the famed Raumjager of the Death Fields circuit, this group of human warriors were an elite German parachute unit - the Fallschirmjäger.

One moment they were trying to stem the tide of the Allied advance near Carentan, the next they found themselves light years from Earth - prisoners of fantastic beings with even more fantastic technologies. The men of Fallschirmjäger Regiment 6, 7th Kompanie had been taken, like many of the finest warriors before them, to become gladiators in the galaxy's greatest sport: the sport of war.

This hard plastic box set includes enough parts to build 24 infantry and features standard laser rifles, heavy machine guns, flamethrowers, and advanced plasma weapons.

  • Sculpting: Bob Naismith
  • Illustration: Diego Gisbert Llorens
  • Figure Painting: Matthew Leahy, Peter Grose, Andy Zeck

Models require assembly and painting. Bases are not included.


Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
Awesome box

I bought my box to build a force for OPR Firefight.
These models look great in comparison to some other companys miniatures, weapon options in the box are pretty good (flamers, hmg, etc.) And also 24 miniatures for the price of 33€ (at the time writing the review) is awesome!

Kevin Collier
Excellent all around

Where to begin with how great this kit and box is. First off, I got an extra two sprues of men, so 32 total, which is nice. The kits themselves are also really good, they have great detail and they fit together so snugly you don't need to worry about painting between the gun and the chest. The only real complaint I can think of is that some of the left arms didn't seem to fit any of the given gun options super well, so I had to dislocate shoulders or have telekinesis holding the gun up some times. But that could just as easily be operator error. The poses are easy to mix and match, so standing in a firing line or sprinting into the fray are all possible. The men look very thick in their clothes and armor, which is good if you are looking for a more "hazardous environment" vibe like a winter/artic army like I did. I would have liked it if there was another thing to go in the sergeant's non-pistol hand other than pointing or a grenade.

Extra lads

I got the kit for Christmas and it came with thirty two men instead of 24. (Not that I'm complaining)

Good Steel legion Proxy

So i bought this box a while ago and only recently decided to build them as a veteran Steel Legion guardsmen killteam. I like them alot and they look very veteran-esque and cath the feel of the Steel Legion very nicely. Would definetly buy more for an army, but i would more readily buy the if there was a command and heavy weapons pack for them as well! And maybe a mor minimalistic version with just the webbing and little to no flak armor ? Maybe thats just a personal preference

My first WGA kit

This was my introduction to WGA and I was not disappointed with the quality of the models. Wasn't a big fan of the head sculpts but the cool thing about miniatures is that you can just kitbash parts you don't like.