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My new lord will have very bulky armor, could i count this as termie armor. Its the same sized armor if not bulkier, but techincally its not the standard termie armor look. can i do this in friendly games if i explain it to my opponent beforehand?
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I would say so. As far as termie counts as rules, I would like to see a 2+ save eq., such as the bulky armour; a 5++ save, just chaosness is ok for aura equivilent; and if hes badass enough for the extra attack, well thats your "counts as."
Hope this helps.
The “counts as” rule is normally invoked when you have either an older mini’s that used to represent the Codex entry or you have a conversion to use that is agreed upon by your opponent. You would not be allowed to use a “count as” model to represent something else that is already on the table eg Those are my standard Terminators over there and these are the converted ones here.
You can’t have two types to represent the same thing.
Now this is in tournaments only and in friendly games anything agreed upon before hand goes.
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but if this is a character, then i'd say it would be fine, even if regualr termi's exist. especially against friends.
as wicky says talk it over, make sure they understand, and as long it is reasonable a mate shouldn't have an issue
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If it's suitably bulky to give the general feel of Termie armour, any decent opponent ought to be more than willing to play against them just for the novelty value of dealing with conversions. (IMHO, of course.) Some of the absolute coolest armies I've ever played were full of all sorts of converted models, and all it really took to make it all work out was a quick explanation of what everything was beforehand to let me know what I was dealing with. And besides, it can get kinda boring fighting against the same old models time and time again, right?