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Do we have to make our own cold one chariots? I noticed there were none on the GW site.
They pulled the model, most likely since it had the old cold ones, and they have plans to release a new one with the new cold ones.
For now you have to make your own. Sucks, as most of the other armies chariots are pretty army specific. If you are running more than one, I suggest getting a box of tk chariots and just leaving the symbols off. Still leaves the problem of having to kit bash some CoKs and warriors onto them.
Well I have had success kit bashing the High Elf Chariot and the new Cold One Knights. I used the Charioteer legs and the CoK Torsos. Then Model however you like. Any of the High Elven Symbols can be replaced with blades and whatnot from the Corsair sprues. Hope that helps.
If you could find on ebay the 5th edition boxed version of Malekith, he came with a very malevolent looking chariot drawn by cold ones, maybe you could find that, sub out Malekith and put whatever character you want on it.
You can easily convert by using a Tomb King Chariot or even more popular with a High Elf Chariot. See/search GW Tyranid planetstrike for a picture of their DE/HE chariot conversion. I did mine using the HE chariot and used regular DE warriors as charioteers (1 w/spear. 1 w/xbow). I applied heat (candle flame) to the Cold One tails to bend them out of the way from the chariot itself and so that their bodies would parallel to each other. You can buy HE chariot only bits at certain online stores - saving yourself a few buck as well.