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I've recently changed my army from marines to blood angels. (because let's face it. Regular Marines are restricting)
A few quick questions for my librarium pals.
1) Can I still make my army a blood Angel's sub-chapter in which I can use my own paint scheme and fluff?
2) Can I field Marine characters with a blood angel's army? In my case I have a Sicarius Model I wouldn't mind fielding as Sicarius still as opposed to "random captain number 73" or having to give him a new name with nothing special bout him.
3) Can I still field my own HQ units like Chapter Master and adopt Blood Angels HQ traits? or am I not even allowed to field my own Chapter Master?
Thanks in advance
You can use whichever models you like, and paint them how you desire. It's usually a good idea though, to make sure the models you use do a decent job of representing the rules you are using.
If you want to use the Sicarius model to represent a Blood Angel character, that's fine. Just be sure to inform your opponents. Same goes for your 'regular' chapter master model.
Just don't go mixing rules without your opponent's permission.
"It takes a vast amount of self control to be this dangerous."
---Ogvai Ogvai Helmshrot, Jarl of Tra, VI Legion Astartes
1) Yeah, go nuts, paint them how ever you want and call them what ever successor chapter name you want.
2) No, you can't field special characters with special rules from other books. (If you could I'd have Vulcan)
3) Yeah, you can invent your own characters as long as they use the rules in the book, but if you're going to use "counts as" make shure you tell your apponant and he understands.