I don't think they'll return to remove more HH
items (although 40k items that could aestheyically fit the HH
may still be at risk), I don't really see how could they further reduce the range without completely crippling certain factions (as in losing specific units hard to replace with other kits). While it was a severe culling, and specially painful for certain legions and even more for the ones yet unreleased, the general pattern for HH
seemed to be geared towards a streamlining of options and greatly reducing the number of kits available in accordance to sale numbers (inside the HH
range, not in absolute numbers). As we've seen, some 40k ranges have been hit even harder, such as the Elysian IG regiment.
In the case of the Red Scorpions, it seems again they are aiming to reduce the range to the minimal necessary, and that's why doors, basic shoulderpads and the most recent additions are staying. The kits that are being discontinued are really old, and the Red Scorpions upgrade kit, as some frater have already said, is mostly superfluous due to the availability of MkIV alternatives, even if some specific bits are lost. Commander Culln is probably in the LCTB list due to its age and being dead in the setting, and probably sales may also be a factor (it is probably one of the least popular character model of the Badab War range, as others such as Huron and Tyberos are great base models or at least bits sources). In contrast, it seems the Sevrin Loth and Co. kit is not getting the axe, and its great popularity as a source for bits and a helmeted librarian model has had probably a big influence. It might very well be that on the following weeks we see most of the Badab War range gone, but I hope FW does not do the same it has done with the MkII kits, and just announces all LCTB kits from the same range at the same time.
Edited by Elzender, 15 June 2018 - 07:44 PM.