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Hi guys i,m just wondering How do you convert normal bikers into Command squad bikers.
That sound kinda hard but how do you do it. And the weird thing is getting that company champion in the bike with both his hands gone with weapons. So how and I have never seen a bike command squad in my life. Never
So could anyone help me please and give me tips and pictures on command squad bikers.
THANKYOU VERY MUCH
They're bolth plastic kits, mix and match as you see fit.
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as =ME= said, both the biker kits and command squad kit are made up entirely of plastic parts.
biker legs - command squad bodies
As for the Champ, it might take a little re-posing of the shield-arm to get his hand on the bars, but its do-able.
The White Scars force, on page 107 in the codex, has a company champion without the combat shield. So, I could guess either don't model him with one, but let your opponent know what the model represents, or try to reposition him on the bike. Maybe having him "popping a wheelie", with both hands in the air waving his power sword/combat shield around.
Other than that, the plastic kits are quite easy to "mix-and-match".
I hope I helped.
everyone has already said it really. All I'll say is if your going to run a bike command squad give emstorm shields. It's awesome, not only the model but how they preform in game.
I am currently in the process of building a command squad on bikes and have found it fairly easy.
That being said however, i am "cheating" a little. I play my CS with a Champ, Apoth and three Vets with plasma guns. After having bought the CS box and all the bikes i realised that the biker sergeant makes for a nifty Champ. So in the end, all i used for my bike CS from the CS box was the Apoth torso, a couple of shoulder pads and the little bits (seals, badges etc) to jazz up the champ.
I used servitor skulls before on bikes to make them look like they control the thing while the rider has weapons in both hands. Looks cool actually...
As has been said, all the plastic kits are easy to mix and match.
It's also good to add some bitz from your bitz box if you have one. That tends to be what I do to turn normal bikers into more advanced ones because it's cheaper to buy 3 seperate bikes than to buy a squad and I have enough bitz to compensate Not everyone does though.