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I'm wondering exactly how tight a leash the Tau are kept on - like, would a cadre of extremely vicious fire warriors who kept the heads of their opponents be possible, or would the ethereals instruct them to stop?
Cause I was thinking about doing fire warriors with like black clothes and then brownish-red armour plating, from the blood of their opponents or something, and also have heads or other morbid trophies tied around their waist.
But if this doesn't make sense then I can also do the golden boys of Ksi'm'yen, the lucky cadre (white clothes with gold/silver armour plating?
Does gold and silver work for stuff like that? Or would I be better off using yellow? Well, that's more of a painting question, but whatever.
If all this fails I'll just do a black/dark blue Sa'cea army, or something.
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There's a huge thing in Tau culture about not going back to their pre-Ethereal state, and all the savagery and near-destruction that the wars between the castes brought. I -think- they look down on the Kroot's practice of eating the dead as not something dangerous, merely something savage and contemptible. I don't see an ethereal-controlled Tau army doing something like this, as it's too similar to Kroot practices. There wouldn't be as much of a taboo on the issue in the Farsight Enclave worlds, I would guess. But I'm not sure.
Personally, I think a Kroot-hevay Tau army painted like BaconMan said would be awesome. Just have Dark Red Kroot, Black and Dark red Tau with heads and crap, and BAM! A Krooty Tau army! I would do it if I was still plaing Kroot...
Originally Posted by Brett on Quidditch[ 1500pt. Chaos List, C&C! ]
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