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I can find the colors for the Luna Wolves and for the Black Legion, but I can't find anything about the colors of the Sons of Horus. I'm thinking about painting a chaos army the colors of the Sons of Horus, but I'm not sure where to find that information or if they're any different from the Black Legion. Any thoughts? Thanks.
EDIT: I found this:
"After the Ullanor Crusade, the Legion's renaming to the Sons of Horus accompanied a change in colouring. The Legion's power armour was decorated predominantly dark grey, with black or gold trim, while some soldiers' gauntlets were coloured dark red. The Legion symbol changed to become a stylised eye over a cross."
Can anyone provided a pic of what that symbol looks like? Thanks again.
Last edited by drfaustus; March 16th, 2006 at 19:04.
Number 46 is the icon for the Sons of Horus.
If you're happy you can leave me some rep points as thanks. ;-)
There once was a Lord named Vlad,
Who's fighting skillz really were mad.
He killed and he maimed,
He spilled blood in Khorne's name.
And the fact that he's legal makes me glad
(special thanks to Uriel Zarium for the last line/touching it up)
Originally Posted by Soviet_Tau_Commander
Heh. I'd be happy to leave you some rep points to show my appreciation - I do indeed appreciate it; it's a cool link. I'm not sure how though. You don't know if there are decals available of that symbol, do you? Thanks.
Also, would you imagine the Sons of Horus to wear regular SM power armor or would they be wearing more chaos-esque stuff. In other words, which would be better models: regular or chaos?
Mix the two.. the backbacks would definately be better done in the SM style, but some of the chaos heads have a suitably gritty and retro look. Also, chaos chests would be better, due to the fact that only the Emperor's Children were permitted to display the aquilla on their chests, and most chapters don't seem to have gone in for any kind of winged iconography altogether.Originally Posted by drfaustus
I've seen the actual color scheme, I'll try to find the entry for you.