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Hey everyone, I hope you're all doing fine. I am starting this thread because I need some help with ideas. I've searched all over the net and tried to look at many, many books, however I can't find a good conversion for furies and exalted tzeentch heralds not even other models that can be accepted for the tourneys.
Anyone got some ideas?
P.S. I would like to tell you that I am a total disaster at sculpting, so doing my own out of green stuff will never work :/ they'll end up as horrors xD.
Last edited by Niko Grimnar; November 3rd, 2009 at 14:49.
hi , im simply using the chapion of tzeentch from warriors of chaos site. it looks like a lord of tzeentch in smal size=)
The Warmaster Lord of change is good if you rebase it. Looks great as a Herald
I'm quite partial to winged squigs for furies.
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you can as suggested use the Tzeentch champion as the herald or Blue Scribe, in fact there are loads of oop sorcerors and other related models you can use. There are also the old horrors, High Elf plastics, Empire wizards, warmaster or Epic Lords of Change.
For furies, Dark Elf Harpies look pretty good as vicious fanged generic flying things, there will also soon be beastman harpies (maybe different models?) and there are also possibilities using other models as suggested such as squigs, or even 40K gargoyles...
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All my demons have a beast theme - my blue horrors are all gors with casting hands or staves. So one of my heralds is a gor with book of magic and hood. The other is an amalgamation of slanesh legs, kroot body and arms (holding a magic staff instead of gun) and the head is the stork from the top of the a brettonian standard bearer. He looks like a Crow-man, very Tzeenchy to me.
My furies are slanesh girls with hands/arms from the VC ghouls (very clawish looking) and the wings are plastic wings (helps with the weight) from some D&D models.
For my furies I used vampire crypt ghouls with real fury wings on them.
For my Heralds, I used pieces of the empire wizard box and wood elf dryad heads. They look good, imho.