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I was thinking of starting an Eldar army with a converted Farseer model, but what I have in mind is a model without any headgear that might pass as a Ghost Helm. The problem is, in the new Eldar book, Farseers come with Ghost Helms.
I was wondering: is there any way I could use such a model (that is, one without anything that could conceivably be a "Ghost Helm") under the new rules? Could I do so by not having the Ghost Helm rules count? Some other way?
Any feedback is appreciated.
So it wouldn't be a problem in touraments or anything to not have a Ghost Helm (or anything helmet like) anywhere on the model?
-'cause that'd be great...
the model comes standard with it. So all farseers are expected to have it. Only upgrades should be WYSIWIG. I don't see it as a problem
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Except that it should still look like a farseer not an autarch.
Splata's dead on IMHO.
The Ghost Helm is standard kit. You have no choice. People only get narky about WYSIWYG for upgrades.
Tournaments I have been to would have no problem with it.
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Thanks for all the help - I'll go ahead with the conversion.
You could take a thin wire and make a circlet if you still wanted a helmet, it wouldn't be too intrusive.
Ooglatjama, you realize you're giving advice to a thread that's almost 2 yrs old?