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like what one gives you loads of spare parts so that you can use to change apperences of the models and watever.
If I had a guess it would be chaos. Their plastics are incredible, the only problem being that they still have a lot of metal models because they haven't been redone in a while. Once they get to all plastics I think their will be no doubt about their dominance as far as conversion goes. Also they have models that they can take from the fantasy range that are incredible. Really they have it all.
Theoretically Guard take this one because with Doctrines and variant army llists you can make literally millions of regiments (i.e. one for every Imperial planet ) but in practice, there are so few really effective list builds that I've seen that you are limited somewhat in troops, and as far as plastics go there isn't much beyond... uh... two. You can mix in Fantasy or buy Forgeworld, but that's freaking expensive.
Chaos rock. You can use any Marine model, really, and anything to represent mutations and stuff. You can do anything from Black Legionnaires to... my guys, which are a little different take on it. So, yeah, Chaos is definitely the ultimate conversion dream. Or if you just want your force to be 'different.' The poster boy for the Chaos legions, after all, epitomizes uniqueness, rather than the Ultramarines.
so can like make a guy out of space marine parts but with tyranid arms and a chaos back pack thing? problably not but i have to ask :tongue:
You can't claim a guy made of SM parts with Tyranid arms and a CSM backpack is, for example, an Eldar Farseer.
You could, however, maybe convert it so that it is a CSM Possessed Marine, or something like that.
no way! that rox! chaos spcae marines here i come!