I have to admit that I am not a big fan of Games Workshop 💩 and for most of this century I have avoided their products. But when they released a new version of Necromunda last year, I got quite excited. This was one of my favourite GW games of old and the fan boy in me wanted to revisit it. So, these past few months I have bought most of the products for this game, although not from Games Workshop. I still refuse to buy from them when companies like Element Games or Wayland Games sell their products much cheaper, generally 20% less than the RRP. Whilst I was browsing for scenery to use in Necromunda I discovered a boxed set that although was marketed for Warhammer 40,000 would work perfectly in Necromunda. That set was called Sector Imperialis Objectives. It contained 12 multi-part plastic objectives that I thought had loads of gaming potential - not just for Warhammer 40,000 or Necromunda but also the Judge Dredd Miniatures Game or just about any sci-fi game. Let's take a look at what you get with this set.
I plan on using these in my Necromunda campaign as either alternative gang relics or objectives in their own right. As I said above, I've already used some of them in my The Ace of Spades Campaign for WOIN and I'm sure they'll also appear in my Judge Dredd campaign. Surprisingly, for a Games Workshop product, this set is relatively cheap, costing just £20.00. However, if you want it, I'd advise buying it from Wayland Games, who currently have it in stock for just £16.00. That's what I did.