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    Modelling figures and Generic Magic Weapons

    When converting figures to suit your own personal tastes what are your views on using generic magic weapons such as the Dragon Bow and calling it something else modelled as say a pistol? Wymslayer Sword modelled as Hammer? etc. etc. etc.

    Is this allowed or are you limited to the WYSISYG approach i.e. Pistol on model = Pistol in stats.

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    Magic items do not have to be modelled according to wysiwyg. A sword can be an axe if you like, or in your case a finely crafted gunpowder weapon in place of a bow.

    It's explained around pg153 of the BRB (magic items ).

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