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I am converting my captain sicarus to a chaplain and I was wondering what a rosarius looks like. I was going to sculpt it out of green stuff. Also chaplains are black with one arm painted in their chapters colors?
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See the cross shaped thing in the middle of his chest, which has 4 chains attached to it? I'm pretty sure that that is his Rosarius. Also, I thought they wore completely black armour, but their shoulder pads had their chapter colours.
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The Force commander box has a rosasrius on it's sprue. So perhaps you have one of those lying around.Originally Posted by Connor Ivering
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Chaplains wear all black armor, the left shoulder bears the company color and insignia.Originally Posted by Connor Ivering
Infact Chaplains and colours is a difficult question... or using different words I asked the same question some time ago and got some really nice answers (thanks again).
The usual Chaplain wears a black armour as a sign of his mourning for the "nearly dead" Emperor. The right shoulder pad is the insiginia of the chapter and the left one as usual for SM HQs his own insignia.
But... Chaplains do not have to wear this black armour! They can use the colour scheme someone described above (the one with one "standard" arm, by the way... nice idea, I may try this for my next Chaplain or Psyker...). Some Chaplain in a book (I neither know who nor which book) wears a golden armour.
Conclusion: Black = usual, but anything that makes him look like a "priest at war" is ok.
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Ultimately you can paint any model however you want to. If you like it, go for it - the colours have no effect on the game or rules (although bright pink does tend affect your opponent's sanity...).
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umm dudes if you really want to see what a rosarius looks like then check sisters of battle...just ohh EVERY SINGLE MODEL EVER MADE has one !
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I always thought a Chaplain in white would look pretty awesome.
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