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I've been playing Chaos Daemons for a while, and it occurred to me that I'm not sure if I'm deep striking right when using units with long cavalry bases, namely the flesh hounds and seekers. Specifically, I'm not sure if I'm placing their models right.
I assume you start with one model in the middle, and you encircle the model with the others, with their long edge touching the center model. This way you get four models encircling the first. However, should the group be a circle, or a rectangle? The other possibility is attaching the short edges to the center model, like a petals on a flower.
How do you do it?
dang, double post
Last edited by CrownAxe; February 12th, 2010 at 18:48.
The groups should be a circle (despite being a square base)
thats why i do it 2-3-2
or for a diagram
2 _ _
3_ _ _
2 _ _
This is the best way to represent a circle (this is how I do it with all of my daemons since i put them on square bases)
Last edited by CrownAxe; February 12th, 2010 at 18:50.
Ah, that makes a lot of sense! Thank you!
i do it 3x3x3.
x x x
x x x
x x x
Mine are also on square bases.
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If you have less than 9 models, you can also do them at diagonals, since technically the bases are still touching: