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I was just wondering what exactly is considered a tourney legal model? I know that anything from the GW line is fair game but where is the line drawn there and what about other minis? I have seen some very nice minis from other companies but I don't want to buy them and not be able to use them. Friendly games I'm not worried about but for sanctioned tournies and such what is the criteria? Thanks for your responses.
For official GW-run events the rule is the model must be made of at least 50% GW parts (unless 100% home-made sculpt) So parts of minis from other ranges can be used in conversions, but you can't just outright use a model from another company.
Yeah, you have to basically start with a GW model and go from there or scratch build your model completely yourself (i.e. greenstuff) Basically revolves around the point that they want you only promoting their models or your own creativity. Bad business to promote warmachine or anything else...