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Umm, do you mean like models, in whcich case the choice is up to you. Can you be a bit more specific about your problem/question?
... only triumph could turn pooing his pants into a good thing..
A little rephrasing would be good.
I would recommend going into your local GW retailer and asking this question. They will certainly have the Cadian or Catachan officer blister that includes a power fist.
Well it can look like whatever you want it to look like, once it folows the WYSIWYG rule. Just buy a Cadian Officer with Power Fist. You'll find it at GW's online store.
WYSIWYG means "What You See Is What You Get". That means if your officer has a power fist then his model must also have a power fist. Only specific wargear has actual parts that must be applied to the model. These are typically weapon wargear but may include some others. Basically, you should always try to model all gear if possible.
I believe the only difference between a Senior Office and Heroic Senior Officer model is the way you paint it. A Heroic Senior Office should look, well um, heroic. Put more flashy bitz on him like an ornate CCW instead of the normal one. You can paint a bunch of medals on his uniform.
Another method is to buy a special chracter and simply model it differently. There are Lord Castellan Ursarkar E. Creed and Colonel-Commissar Ibram Gaunt blister packs that I'm sure are OK to use as herois senior officers. Just be sure to change them a bit so someone doesn't complain that you are using special characters.
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