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The reason is, I'm creating my inquisitor myself, and this is the armor I plan on giving him. He's going to be a radical from the body of Fabius Bile, and if I can figure out how, armed with a Psycannon. But, for the sake of WYSIWYG, I need to know what the armor looks like, so I can know if the Fabius Bile model will suffice.
Thanks in advance.
That's the model I'll be using, but the colors will be switched up. Inquisitor Eisenhorn is the basis for my model, although it won't be identical to him.
As Dr Nick said, Articifer armour is basically ornate armour as far as WYSIWYG goes, no two suits are the same, it represents a master armourer taking extra time and effort to hand craft a suit
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That's all I needed to know, thanks everyone.
He is a radical Inquisitor though, so he's going to have a feel of Chaos about him, not to mention Daemonhosts.
Plus his allies are going to be Flesh Tearers (even though they go by Vanilla Space Marine rules, I'm keeping the name for personal fluff)
I think wearing a coat made of human skin and a shoulderpad with the star of chaos is a bit too much myself.. But never mind.
I think the fact that he's supposed to be a clone of fabius should make it even more important that you differentiate the models. You could try cutting fabius' head off and stick it on another model in power armour.
I always thought the Inquisitors that came out during the Daemonhunter release were wearing artifecer armor. In my opinion it doesn't look like power armor and is much heavier then carapace armor.
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