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    Making traitor guard

    well i dont know if this would be in the chaos forum or the IG forum. Basically they are going to be converted using lots of fantasy marauder stuff as well as some forgeworld models, but basically its going to be using normal IG rules.

    What kind of list should I go for, and I want it to be fluffy, so there is going to be a radical inquisitor in there so i can get an eversor assassin in there. I want to use lots of penal legion, cause even though they arent that good, they scream out traitor. I also want to use rough riders, but people are against it, and say i should run mass sentinels.

    Does anyone have any good lists that would be themed for traitor guard??


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    one thing i do with my list is use the forgewworld chaos rogue physkers as primaris physkers. It works very well, as for the type of list i field its massed infantry with some armoured support, i also use straken as a chaos warlord or equivalent which works quite well

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    Also you could use the "demonhunters allies" as supposed elite Chaos Marines that are helping lead or assist your army, that would fit very well with the world eaters legion.
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    ogryns are also good as mutated shock-troops

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    Pop some green stuff nurgle flesh on some Leman Russes and there you have the start of a emch chaos ig. You're company command squad could be some bloodletters or a lord commisar could be some sort of chaos demon.

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    Heres a blog which may give you some conversion ideas. Just for the record, it is not my blog, nor are the pictures my own. The Manufactorum
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    Chimeras and Leman Russes are the most common tanks in the IG arsenal, I bet some traitors would have a few lying around.

    Straken fits in nicely as a mini-Chaos Lord.
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