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i've started a Vostroyan army and have noticed that i'm forced to convert some special weapons, for example meltas. This i've solved quite easily by converting the Grenade Launcher and the Flamer. But, now i've run into a pickle. Which might not have all to much to do with the Vostroyans exactly, but i'm just wondering:
How do you guys convert Autocannons?
I've come to the idea that I could use some Heavy Stubbers from the Tank Frames and convert them in some way to make them a lot more brutal. But i'm looking for some more ideas, so please share ^^
You mean convert autocannons for vostroyans specifically? If so, use the Lascannon, except use a plastic autocannon, without its gunshield.
I reckon the heavy stubber would be too small for an autocannon though.
What plastic autocannon do you mean?
The one form the Sentinel-kit? Or are there others?
Sorry, I meant the vostroyan lascannon, with the plastic autocannon from a heavy weapons team.
I'm still pondering over something though, does any of you Vostroyan players convert your Plasmagunners?. I'm asking since I find it boring to use the same model several times in the same unit :/
That is the great sadness of using metal models.
By the way, if you are still interested, I've been looking through CSM bitz yesterday and found Reaper Autocannons (they are Defiler's as far as I can remember). They are definitely autocannons, but they look like they are a very old modification.
Maybe it is what you are looking for, if you want it fluffy. The problem is, I don't know if they come anywhere else, but normally Defiler doesn't need those, so maybe you can trade some from your local CSM players.
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