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I'm new to the forums and had a question about the wysiwyg rule for tourneys, specifically official tourneys such as the GT or GamesDay. I'm wanting to pick up an Alter noble for my wood elf army and would like to use the noble with the bow model (The one with the helmet with horns and the hawk on his arm). My question is, even though the model does not have a great weapon or shield, would I be allowed to use it in my list for an official tourney. Just wondering how strict GW judges are at these tourneys. I really like the model as is and don't want to do any conversion work on it. I could use the other noble model with a great weapon, but he doesn't seem as "Alter-ish" as the one with the hawk helm, and either way neither model has a shield. Thanks in advance!
Most of the tourney's I have been to are very strict on this. I have never seen anyone push the issue but I doubt it would be allowed.
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You'll need to give him that equipment. Armour (particularly shields) and weapons being shown is the whole point of wysiwyg.
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