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My Cannoness model came with a meltapistol. Can I give her that, even though its not in the WH armoury? :confused:
Also, could someone tell me the advantage(s)/use(s) of using her book/scroll arm.
First, it's actualy an inferno pistol. There are items in the armoury that take the form of a book (such as the litanies of faith), so it's the representation on the model. Cheers,
Definitely an inferno pistol - given that they are artificer-made weapons, they come in a variety of shapes and sizes... each one is individual. (Fluff wise, anyway. I mean there's only two modelled representations of them AFAIK. Excluding conversions of course!)
So what is a good choice? I myself wanted to do the sword in one hand (as a blessed weapon) and the inferno in the other. Problem is that she only has two hands (ah, give me two more) so if you take two weapons you cant represent the book of St. Lucious any more.... WYSIWYG requires you to show it, no? SHe has this one book strapped with chains to her left side, under the arm, so maybe that would work?
It certainly should. There is a Space Marine Chaplain model ( I cannot recall his name) weilding a two handed sword who has a book bound to his belt with chains. So there is a precedence for you.Originally Posted by SmokWawelski
"The sword that takes life gives life."
Well, thats what I did: sword and inferno pistol for close combat goodnes. She is superglued, waiting to be primed today, and just maybe, maybe will be ready for show next week :w00t:
I'll be using the book that comes with her as a piece on the base fo my girlfriend's Canoness. And also the banner looking one for something. I'll be putting her on the larger round base, and using cork.