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This has probably been answered before - but I was trying to find out what model I use for a Vox Caster in a strom trooper squad or Vet squad.
Am I supposed to just use a normal Vox caster and convert him to a stormtrooper or squad??
..I'm just not sure and my group is fairly hard on the WYSIWYG...
...why play guard you ask??....one word...Baneblade!!!!
I chopped down a normal plastic vox caster, by removing the lamp spot and clipping the long antenna, and merged it into a hellgun powerpack on one of the storm trooper models.
well for stormtroopers its easy, just leave off the powerpack and glue a vox-caster straight on to one guys back, and vets are basically the same models as everything else, so just do what you do with every other cadian/catachan
another way is to get the stormtrooper backpack, cut of the aerial and replace it with some wire, but you should have tons of vox-packs laying around spare anyway
My guard are pretty much all converted and all the vox casters are just whatever I made that unit out of, with a plastic cadian vox unit glued on the back, possibly with the sargent with the bead mic head.
Matus, have I ever told you I love your army? It just shows why IG are so cool, they can be anything....
I agree with the above.. Just use whatever spare voxcasters you can find. If you have none, try bits sites, or just convert something like a box with a wire sticking out of it.
FABRICATI DIEM, PVNC
what heads are those in the second pic?
What do you call a lasgun with a lazer scope?
a twin linked lasgun.... HA haha haha
They are bret man at arms heads, you get about 5ish per sprue (might be four actually) they work well on so much stuff!
As for voxes, I made a steel legion mastervox out of bits of normal voxes to extend it then added a handset is cool. As for stormies and vets that has already been covered above really.
Hope that helps
I like the idea of using the Bret MaA bitz to add some flavor to the Guard. That's one of the things I enjoy most, you can really pick and choose what you want the army to look like and it's all ok. Outside of the Ork conversions Guard are the most open for customization in the 40k universe.
As for the Vox Caster issue all I've ever really done was just stick the Vox Pack on the back of whoever was designated the Vox Man, no matter what the unit.
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