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All of my vets at the very least show scarring on any piece of flesh exposed. In some I have added ocular implants, damaged armor on tanks, pitted armor on SOB...etc
How many of you do such things for fluff or otherwise? Just wanted to know.
I have thought about it, but the only one who has a scar at the moment is my canoness. I DID add some relics and thingies to my rhino to make it look cool.
"I have died a thousand deaths, and I will die a million more..."
Don't do it on my own, but every once in a while I will get a model that was a defect. I have a few girls who look like they had their noses smashed in when their husbands beat them. Thats about it really.
I panted a few of our SOB sqauds but i only put scars on the 2 Repentia sisters that represent the pentinent in the Inquisitor's retinue.Our sisters are more the quiet,serious kind then the psychotic,fanatic kind,so they wouldn't sit there and cut themselves unless they dis something bad.Like chewing gum in class.
Sunday School class?Originally posted by Edicius@Nov 24 2004, 08:55
Our sisters are more the quiet,serious kind then the psychotic,fanatic kind,so they wouldn't sit there and cut themselves unless they dis something bad.Like chewing gum in class.[snapback]256235[/snapback]
I actually removed that scar from my cannoness. My repentia do have ritual scarring on them but that's just painted on.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
Ah, I go so far as to put modelling putty on my models, or even creating wounds...
I like for all my sisters to have the look of an absolute fanatic... you know, the look of a mad woman with a box cutter vs. police.
i dont collect WH. I collect DA.
i like all my guys to be perfect no dents no scrapes. it add no character to the model i know. but considering no one in my army ever gets hurt and never die because there awesome. they just fly away until the game ends. lol. sounds weird i know. but it is just what i do. :shifty:
LOL you would lose a lot of DA fighting my army.... dont know which pansy force you have been playing or what you call this fantasy world of yours where marines in your command dont die (dont be offended, said jokingly)...
My Sisters of Battle have been in over 200 different gamming sessions. Note: Sessions.... and not in just a 1v1 battles... but in all day battles with 8-12 Players free for all (which was the norm for my playing group).
I have been humbled many a time in the past 6 years I have been playing Sisters of Battle. Playing Sisters of Battle, and now Witch Hunters as an army is difficult at best and units do die..... but I garuntee this, no matter how Elite anyone thinks their army is... they will lose a great number of their units fighting my army :)
My SOB have been through their trial of fire 200+ times over... and carry their scars well (although my first cannoness is still in surgery after a moving incident).
PLEASE for the love of god do not "gash" them in the wrong place ... ok off topic but talking about all this sisters flesh... i wish one day somebody would make maybe hmmm a sister in a bikini (Y) :wub:
Ive tried scarring models before... but i always seem to lose their heads
Awwww no I opened my drawer and took out some old warhammer models then tried too put them back in and close the drawer but couldn't, damn the stupid black hole = free OOP models for Brettonia due too not being able too squeeze them back in my drawer >_<
all in the dice...Originally posted by Mintaka@Nov 24 2004, 01:36
but I garuntee this, no matter how Elite anyone thinks their army is... they will lose a great number of their units fighting my army[snapback]256566[/snapback]