So, I found a really cheap bundle on ebay and ordered them up in the hopes that the scale would look good, and if so I’d have a couple of cheap Mr Handy models at the very least. Got the package today, opened it up, and placed a few of the Wasteland Warfare models beside them to show how everything scales.
I think at a glance you can see the size differences.
The protectrons are a bit bigger and much stockier. The Mr Handy models aren’t even in the same neighborhood. Not sure if someone would want to use them for a special model in the game or anything like that, but at least now you know what you’re getting in to.
The Super Mutants are probably the closest in scale when it comes to living creature models. Given that you have Super Mutants who are massive Behemoths, down to the size of the model I pictured with these, I could picture someone making use of one or more of these as special characters, but I don’t think I’ll be doing so.
The rest of the models, the size is even further off, so I didn’t even bother snapping a picture of them.
Overall the quality isn’t bad. If I had to sum the models up in one word, it would be “Sturdy” which probably isn’t a good indicator given what we’d be using them for. They’re stocky, better detail than your typical “Army Man” plastic toy, though not by a lot. Mold lines are faint and I actually had to look for them before I noticed them, and I saw no flashing on any of the models.
3x Mr Handy
3x Male Survivor
3x Female Survivor
3x Power Armor
2x Mole person?
2x Super Mutant w/minigun
2x Super Mutant w/o weapon.
1x Bat thing.
I’m chalking this purchase up as a learning experience and dropping them into my kids’ toybox. As soon as my kids saw the bag of models, they fell in love with them, so at least that counts for something.
Hope someone finds this helpful.