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Another post I just saw, questioning the use of a Forge World model as a Dreadnought, has inspired me to do something similar of my own. You see, I hate the obliterator models, and I'm not the only one. The warped flesh and twisted faces do nothing for me. So... how about using an Epic Titian? They stand at about 3" tall, a bit taller than an Oblit, and are mounted on the same base. It could work, couldn't it?
Forge World EPIC 40,000 TITANS
Last edited by Black Hawk; May 9th, 2009 at 08:57.
I would suggest that you can really use any model you want as any unit you want really, It's just a matter of how strictly you like to follow the WYSIWYG I myself personally am pretty stringent with my WYSIWYG beliefs, but that's just me. The Obliterator models are cool IMO because they come with each of the weapons they are capable of using (as of the 4th ED codex I believe) and attach to the one mutated arm. I understand the mutated look is not the best for everyone though.
Use whatever you'd like, it just may require some explanation I'd guess.
their arms come with everything you can use Plus an ASAULT CANNON that we can't use. why can't we have asault cannons??
I'd say no because it doesn't look anything like an OBLIT. it looks like a tiny titan.
I'm super slowly making my own oblits and I love them because they are how I envision them, not how GW does. and they are a fair shade taller than regular terminators this way.
I'd say yes! but you cant just plop down some imperial warhound as a chaos obliterator. serious love and care's gonna have to go through the model, i.e conversions, greenstuff, and paint job. But if you've got a good idea to chaosify these models, tell us what your idea is.
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