Nubgan Posted September 13, 2020 Share Posted September 13, 2020 Hey guys, I am still painting my way through the first 10 wardens and at least 4 of them are already bending on the stupid weak point where the lines are on the haft. I know a few people have expressed how silly the pikes are and I honestly feel bad about putting then on a table to get broken by your opponent, because I would feel bad about breaking them Now, a lot of people I know in my hobby group straight away say 'Brass rod this, brass rod that' and I am not convinced you even need to do this, because stick a bit of metal that is equally as long off the edge seems preposterous when you balance them on not flat surfaces and doesn't solve the issue of people not being able to properly pile in because of your social distancing pikes. So below I have attached pictures of what I think I am going to do with mine. I believe this alternative, compared to others will: Make them more stable than the brass rod. Make them friendlier to play against. And if you use plastic glue, stronger than the original and alternatives. How I did this was: Cut behind the blade at the pointy end. Cut hand side of the moulded line on the haft. Quick file/emery board to flatten both sides. Plastic glue together. Please feel free to share your alternatives to this problem. Would be good to see how people approach this. But it looks like I am going to go back and retroactively fix this problem! 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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