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Is it legal to use the veteran space marine models as veteran sargeants?
Sure is. You can use any model to represent any other model in 40K as long as it follows a few specific criteria:
1) It must be a GW miniature
2) It must be to the same scale as the model you are trying to represent (in other words, don't use an "Inquisitor" scale Vindicare Assassin in 40K)
3) You should be able to properly represent the model's wargear and can justify using the substituted model (it would be very hard to justify using a chaos lord as a Tau ethereal, but you could probably be able to justify using models from the chaos model range as Space Marines, or vise versa)
Substituting Veteran Marines as Veteran sergeants shouldnt be a problem at all. Thats probably one of the easier things to get away with actually.
Hope that helps!
My 40K Armies:
- Thousand Sons
- Mordian Imperial Guard
- Dark Eldar
My Fantasy Armies:
- Lhamian Vampire Counts
Great! Some of those models are sweet. Pity they made em metal, but ill just use that sweet commander sprue to customize em.
Oh and i remember awile ago we did a house rules game vs a inquis vindicare lol. He was really really buffed and we lost, but it was fun.
Basically, as long as you follow the WYSIWYG rules, you can substitute anything for a veteran sergeant. Or a master. Or a chaplain. Or a librarian. Or a...
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