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I'm going to buy the Luthor Huss model but will mostly use him as a mounted warrior Priest. I was thinking of giving him the Sword of Might instead of a great weapon. So basically for 11 points more I have the advantage of a gw without the drawback. Is this considered sneaky and cheap? My ogre opponent wont care but I'm trying to gage how random oppnents at my local GW will take it. Any advice?
Thanks in advance,
No, nothing wrong with that at all.
you can't take extra equipment on a named character. so as per the rules, no. But if your opponent has no problem with it, then go ahead.
--Famous last words of Asmodean
I believe he was referring to when he used t a a regular wp.
Yeah, I meant when I'm using him as a normal priest. Thanks for the comments guys. It seemed a little too good to be true so I thought I would double check.
Yeah not sure why you'd think this wouldn't be chill. You can give him any magic weapon you want within the limits.
Yeah, you certainly can do it, especially given that there are a few drawbacks to taking a SoMight:
*It's more expensive (this is the obvious one).
*It eats into your magic item allowance, so you'll really only be able to get one other item.
*If you get hit with Vaul's Unmaking or that confounded Morning Star or something similar, you'll cease to benefit from the strength bonus.
*You only get one per army.
If any opponent calls you unsporting for that, make sure you smack them around the head with the BRB - you should raise their IQ by two points, thus doing them a huge favour.