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I am putting a defiler together for a friend of mine, and think the best build with a heavy flamer/extra DCCW and am wondering what you think about strategic conversions. First the placement of the heavy flamer seem like it is in a bad spot so I would like to slide it forward onto one of the claws. Next I wonder if I can put another heavy flamer on the other claw and still get some WYSIWYG credit? That way you can shoot the heavy flamer from either claw and not have to worry about the 1 inch rule as much when you position for a nice template shot.
Is that beardy or should I stick to one flamer, and if I do that do I have to put it in the spot for a flamer as that just is not convienient for dropping a template on multiple enemies.
note that this is not my defiler so whatever I do I have to fight against...which sometimes makes me wonder (though sometimes I do borrow it for multiplayer games when I team up with him and use chaos).
I just stuck it on the slot it is meant for, I wish they gave us a cooler looking defiler close combat weapon though, I'd like to make one from scratch actually because that whip is crap!
I`ve beeb thinking about using forgeworld dreadnought ccw...
I dont know if they will be big enough though... Would be silly if he couldnt reach anything with èm
yeah I know, even that flail thing would barely reach past half the claws, we need something cool.
i used an extra set of the front claws.
Take my words with a grain of salt, i am not the tactical genius i think i am!
Use magnets to attach the flamer or CCW arms, move them around, or add more later. Nothing better than magnets for defilers!
You can only model one weapon one time, so the 'flamers on two claws but only one will shoot' is invalid. However, the point about the normal flamer placement is valid, especially if one poses the legs for dramatic effect. I would place the heavy flamer on the 'forearm' of one of the claws as a compromise between a useful placement and a beardy one.
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I thought the flamer template was measured from the center point of the model and not from where the flamer is positioned?