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I was looking at some of my assembled plague marines last night and noticed a few of them had either one messed up morphed blade arm, and a chainsword/axe and others had a pistol and a morphed arm so I was curious as how far I could stretch the count as rule and what others thought of it.
My idea was to assemble a squad of 8 "plague marines" with close combat weapons/ bolt pistols and call them khorne for gaming purposes. I do love the fluff of khorne and find others fear them on the table (rightly so) but their models would seriously not fit in with a death guard army. I'm happy to take them as plague marines and leave it at that but again, curious about if it would cause issues on table for anyone else?
Modelling plague marines for khorne in game. Ideas?
I think one of things you have when playing Chaos is the freedom to use 'count as'. As long as your opponent agrees, I see no problem in using "Death Guard Berserkers". Try to model/convert them a bit so they are easily distinguished from the others as Khorne.
Innovation suffuses this hobby like a tea bag in the boiling water of play.
I would say that its totally fine to represent berzerkers with converted plagues. As long as your opponent knows at the start of the game it should be fine.
Conversion ideas, perhaps skinned faces of enemies on the helmets and skulls hanging from shoulder pads.