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Recently, I got my GF a present, a Sister of Battle that I painted to look like her, in my SM army's colors. Of course, she wants me to use the mini-her in battles. I was just wondering if I could use the counts as rule to say that the model is a chapter master or chapter captain equipped with a bolter. Theres not much i can do to the model since it's metal and already painted up.
If you want to use the model in official tournaments, you'll have to clear that with the organizers. If the model is equipped with the same options of a captain or master, you can came up with some fluff to explain it and it should be fine.
On friendly games, I wouldn’t have a problem with it at all.
Last edited by Cowboy; November 25th, 2009 at 16:48.
Wow that is actually kinda sweet of you to do that. . . Impressive! well good luck on that. . . I might have to try that. . .
"Basically don't imagine rules that aren't there, you'll only hinder yourself." ~realitycheque
Still new to 40k sp please have patience.
My GF has made her own and woe betide me if I don't use it in friendlies.
Looks nothing like my marines and is thoroughly equiped in a manner you just can't explain. Things like a sweety dispenser on its front so the marine can chow on strawberry shoelaces as it kills the infernal enemies of teh Emperor. Proof mankind doesn't understand women kind right there! ;-)
So what do I do? It's an objective marker. Explained how that is even better than a playing piece cus it means both armies are fighting over here piece. She loved it. ;-)
I was going to do one of my girlfreind, but i couldnt find a suitable Tyranid to use.
Jager bombs. Very efficient at wiping out friend or foe.