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Continuing from previous thread...since Daemonhunters undoubtedly make more use of Meltabombs and Teleport Homers than any other Imperial army (due to our general lack of anti-tank firepower and high proportion of Deep Striking units) I was wondering how everyone converted the darn things, since I can't find a "correct" look for them.
I made meltabombs by carving IG canteens into octagon shapes and filing off the straps, and I'm going to add Vox Caster bits to an IST sergeant to represent a Teleport Homer. How does anyone else do these?
I generally don't model them on the actual model, but there's a pic in the 40k Rulebook of a guy with a melta-bomb, in the experience section.
For teleport homers, I'd imagine something with an aerial, but not too big.
Vox caster bits would do, like you said.
I know this isn't really much help, but the plastic SMurf Terminators come with something that resembles a Teleport Homing Beacon, as for the Melta Bombs, the Assault Marine plastics come with 3 of them in each box (at least that's what I think they are)
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Thats right, I think they are the bombs with big round flask-like bottom on them and a handle sort of thing on the top. At least thats what I took them to be...
The BGB just described tham as "fusion-based charges" so I thought they'd be more like plastic explosives or time bombs than grenades. That and a friend described them to me as like "fusion blocks" from RIFTS so I wanted something that looked almost like a mine.
I'd agree with you there. Those sprus look like grenades but clearly are not frag 'nads.Originally Posted by Solo
As far as the teleport homer goes... A friend of mine has some terminators and he says they came with a teleport homor. I haven't seen it myself but he described it as a big disk. I always though the things were like litting beacon boxes or something.
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