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im currently in the process of converting a baneblade but the question is that my conversion is going to require me to base the baneblade.... i know theres the whole rule about the base being so big depending on the size of the model, does this also deal with the baneblade?
Now what you are referring to is the "base at least the size that the model comes with"-rule. Lets call it the baltsttmcw-rule, just to keep the spirit of the game alive...
As the BB does not come with a base at all one might think a 40mm base should provide, but since it's a tank everything is measured from it's hull or gun anyway so it really doesn't matter.
Base away mate
awesome i was gonna make a smaller base for it playwise because its going to have a hover look to it, but it would fit into a diorama sorta base. thanks.
In this case, "the smallest base it comes with" would be the baneblade itself, so you couldn't put it on a smaller base and make it hover legally.
but if you play with it as if you can hit it, if you can hit it, then it odesn't really matter if it is on a hover base or not because you aren't using the base ever.
although good luck gettting it to stand on a hover base!
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Whilst the comments above are about a rule (you can base on the size of base it comes with or larger), they miss a trick, game wise for vehicles, the base makes no difference, it does not effect the game so again , base away!
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That was exactly my feelings here, why would you think that a base is a requirement at all?
If its just for effect then I see where you are coming from but it is not needed for the game to be legally played.
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