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I'm currently working on assembling a Tzeentch Herald on a Chariot for my Daemon army and I've been trying to think of how to do the base. Well after com consideration I've decided to splice together a chariot base form fantasy and a 60mm round which will leave me with a 110mm x 50mm pill base. The model is pretty big so the base is quite large to accommodate it but when I'm using his ranged attacks where do you think I should measure from? The edge of the base like most units or from the Herald at the back of the chariot. Going by rules the base seems right but that's a good 50mm from the Herald himself to the front.
Rules are rules, measure from the base. Your opponent can shoot the herald using the closest edge of the base too, so it goes both ways.
The only other way you could do it would be to put a smaller base under the herald and discount the larger one as just terrain and modelling.
Personally I would prefer the larger base and just do all the measuring from that. It cuts down on questions.
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