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I'm thinking of starting up my beastmen again, but with a twist.
I've done my research on types of goat, ram, bulls, and cows ... and plan to paint each model according to what horns it has. Ungors will be treated differently, being painted as newborns to goats/rams/cows/etc.
Now, as a center piece, I want a cygor or a ghorgon. Using green stuff, I'll create an utter between its legs, and paint it up as the traditional dairy cow !
Between the two big guys, which one should I go for ? I know, that players avoid them ( too expensive ), but need one for my crazy idea.
All other imput is welcomed too.
Thanks in advance.
Depends if you want a combat beast or a moving stone thrower with bonuses to reroll when hitting mages or magical things, as to wether you go for a ghorgon or cygor.
Just make sure the udders are on the lower belly, and not betweeen legs.
If you're dead-set on using one of the two (I'll take this opportunity to advise otherwise), I would say the Ghorgon is the better choice. The Cygor is too fragile to endure sustained combat, and too expensive to be used as a purely ranged artiller piece. The Ghorgon can at least hold its own in a fight, though it's still too expensive to merit having no saves of any kind.