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Hi, I was looking over the Marine Codex last night working on a list for Forgefather Vulkan He'stan and I wanted to add as many Flamer's, Melta's etc. So I look at the Dreadnought and it says I can replace the Multi-Melta arm with a Twin Linked Heavy Flamer!! So if I replace the Storm Bolter on his DCCW with a Heavy Flamer that is total destruction against hordes and weak armour guys.
But, I could not for the life of me find a Twin-Linked Heavy Flamer for the right arm of a Dreadnought! So instead I modified an extra Flamestorm Cannon I had from a Land Raider and slapped it on him.
The questions is would this be alright to do? Or would the validity of this weapon be questioned?
Thanks in advance for your responses!
Looks rockin awesome to me. Its a little big to be a heavy flamer, but thats okay. It looks like a flamer, which means its good in my book. Just let your opponent know what it is at the beginning of the game so he knows as well.
Have you modelled a fuel tank on the rear of the arm? I saw at one point a guide on how to convert the AoBR multi melta arm into a h.flamer. They converted the fuel tank using a half drum.
If your going for an army thats heavy on flamers and meltas. Enter the Ironclad!!! He has 2 heavy flamers, more attacks, more armour, and more options.
If your gonna take a dread for anti horde gets ironclads there unmatched.
It's big, it's burny, and it's double-barrelled...
Got my vote!
Anyways, even Forge World doesn't make a Twin Heavy Flamer arm, neither Loyalist nor Chaos! So with no official model of any form to compare to, you're pretty much automatically in the clear.