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Ok, been playing for about 2 years now, only get a game every couple of months tho :mad: got to hate the real world requirements. I've had 2 LS models sitting in a box for the last year just waiting to be assembled. Problem is I want Tornado's and dont have the AC, and figure I'll have to special order them later. My question is how easy is it to add the AC to the standard LS later? Or should I just wait till I can generate the spare cash to order the AC's and asseble the LS's then?
breath, sight, squeeze.
now double tap just for grins
and Another One bite's the dust.
A bolter round for all that oppose the Emperor.
I was bought the 3rd edition boxed game and built the landspeeder before i new anything really, and so bought the mail order AC much later and glued it on really easily.
I wish i had waited a little longer and looked at getting rare earth magnets and converting my LS with the magnets so i could choose AC or HF at whim.
You live and learn.
Space Wolves are badasses that operate just barely within the rules.
13th Co. didn't even know there were rules applying to how badass they could be.
... and Daemonhunters make it three - now just need a spare room to store it all!!!
Yeah I built mine with magnets and its a real lifesaver as I usually field 4, and sometimes you just need those 4 mm's (tank heavy army) or 4 ac's (wraithlord heavy army).
High Elves (BloodBowl)
Warseer Blood Bowl League
I ran into a similar problem with my Landspeeder. My response was to get ahold of one of the Assault Cannons from the Land Raider Crusader (the left-hand one). I pulled the driver-side engine-cover-thingy off and put the Assault cannon over that door (it ends up poking out above and just to the right, from the front, of the driver's head) with the ammunition belt bent to feed up from inside that little compartment that the flappy-door-thingy covered. It looks pretty cool.