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Is the throne of judgement worth 205 points and is it a waste of money.
thank you,your help is appreciated.
as a miniature its worth every dollar. Even if you don't build the throne of judgement with its bits it can be used to make some very awsome models.
I don't know what part of Karamazov you don't like. He is a real hardass.
I don't think he was actually judging (eheh) it, it just sounded that way. I think he wanted opinions.Originally posted by Shiver@Oct 16 2004, 226
I don't know what part of Karamazov you don't like. He is a real hardass.[snapback]231228[/snapback]
Getting a monstrous creature that can shoot a multi-melta on the move is pretty nice in and of itself. Then these monstrous creature attacks are master-crafted, then his save is 2+/4(I)+, (rosarius and he's 2+, which is impossible to achieve with normal ordo hereticus inquisitors,) has the mandate, counts as having two sages and a familar, has boosted strength/toughness/wounds, AND is a leadership whore that allows re-rolls for friendly models within 12". Oh, and he's packing Iron Will. All and all, these are grand bonuses, and the only negative is that he can be picked out from shooting, so he's basically a VERY nice wraithlord for the Imperium.
On a side note, he doesn't count as a psyker, which makes me wish GW made rules that if a normal inquisitor doesn't have psyker powers then he's not a psyker, (they list the rule automatically under the inquisitor special rules.)
For 205 points, he is worth it, and since he can only be used in 1,500 point games or higher, he won't hurt your list too much, (an inquisitor lord with a decent retinue and equipment for a 1,500 point game would have cost almost the same amount anyways.)
Every whisper of the future from the Warp speaks of a hundred battles lost, a thousand lives devoured and a million enemies born. -- Inquisitor Lord Babel