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Just out of curiosity, does anybody have chariot conversions they'd like to post?
I also have 2 questions about chariots:
1) I have been using proxies for my army until I finish casting all of my units. For my chariots, I have been using Sentinels (I know, it' sad), because they have a large base size. Is there an official base size for the chariots? I was either going to use a fantasy chariot base or a 40k large circle base. Maybe they're treated just like vehicles in that they don't have a base size... I don't know.
2) If they don't have a base, is there a size guide/requirement for the model? Also, is every part of the model counted for deepstriking mishaps or just the body of the chariot?
Fantasy: Daemons (Angels), 40k: Black Templars
Chariot sized Fantasy bases is probably the way to go.
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No Pictures as yet as my chariots of Tzeentch are not yet painted. I am using 2 screamers pulling the WHFB Tzeentch Lord on disc model.
Because of the lengths of the screamer tails the three clear plastic flying stands need to be placed far appart at either ends of the 80mm chariot base.
To fit the theme of the army and to make drilling into the chariot base more secure I am using the resin chariot bases from Micro Art studeos range. There are other manufacturers such as Foundations of War or Dragonforge who make large oval bases (for space marine attack bikes for example) but those teng to be 75mm x 40mm and I needed the extra length on the base and the ability to drill the holes in the front 2 corners.
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