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    can you have super heavy battle tanks in dh (id baneblades, shadowswords, stormblade, etc)?

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    Originally posted by Taehoon@Dec 12 2004, 19:10
    can you have super heavy battle tanks in dh (id baneblades, shadowswords, stormblade, etc)?
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    No, but you can have the super heavy flyer that is the Thunderhawk Gunship. It&#39;s pretty badass and doesn&#39;t cost as much as the IG superheavies, but Forgeworld sells it for something like 400 pounds, which works out somewhere over &#036;600 USD. :hmm:

    It carries some seriously heavy weaponry and can transport something like 30 GKs in power armor. (termies count for 2, dreads for 5) Plus it flies so it&#39;s a pain in the ass to shoot at....no one ever takes AA mounts.
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    yep. thunderhawks are actually very good. but they do cost loads, so i wouldn&#39;t buy one. but just to give you an idea of what you can do:

    Home made thunderhawk

    you can easily make them cheaper and quicker than this and they still look pretty good.

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    but where does it say you can&#39;t?
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    but where does it say you can&#39;t?
    i think its somewhere in the imperial armour books. they are guard tanks after all. you&#39;d be able to use them if you had a guard army you were using DH with. ie as elites.

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    Exactly. They&#39;re IG units, and you have a very limited list of IG units you can induct into a DH army. Now, if you&#39;re fielding an IG army with DH allies, you can bring superheavies into the mix, but it isn&#39;t tourney legal because of both the allies and the forgeworld stuff.

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    But where does it say you can&#39;t take Wraithlords?
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    Uhh... wraithlords are Eldar units? Why would any imperial army be able to use them? (Harlequins is another thing, but that&#39;s another debate on its own)

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    Originally posted by TzarNikolai@Dec 13 2004, 19:16
    yep. thunderhawks are actually very good. but they do cost loads, so i wouldn&#39;t buy one. but just to give you an idea of what you can do:

    Home made thunderhawk

    you can easily make them cheaper and quicker than this and they still look pretty good.
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    this may be off topic but anyway

    it looks great, but well hey if you like spending time and money on stuff you could do that or be lazy and simply use a milk carton with bits of card board slapped on it suggest a thunder-hawk, thats what i did but yeh by all means that homemade one certainly looks a whole lot better and the forge world one does also..
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    People who use super heavies in games should be executed, or at least jailed for a long time. There is no excuse for them, just say no.

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