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Hey guys, I recently bought two Steam Tanks, but I want them to look a little different from one another. So to spice things up I got my hands on the crucified dwarf from the SoC Black Orc command and how have him strapped to the side.
What I'm getting at is this: would it be seen as un-Empirey to have a dwarf on a steam tank as a sort of trophy? To me it looks kind of funny, and a little ironic but yeah, what do you think?
Something that may seem un-empirey like that, in my humble opinion, is open season to generate some cool fluff for your army. If anyone gives you a hard time about it, they'll be quickly swayed by a clever story.
Don't be surprised to see your name show up in the book of grudges though.
I guess it isn't too different to having a DoW Giant in your Empire force and assembling the peasant running away from him.
But yeah, go ahead. You can always say they're Chaos Dwarfs, or there was a disagreement, or it could be a testament to the Orcs cruelty (so the Empire want vengeance) or something along those lines.