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I was wondering whether you could use a Furioso in a different chapter that has a similar theme to the Blood Angels (ie, Bloodthirsty, headstrong, etc.)
If you use the blood angel codex, IE 100% of the rules then yes.. Otherwise no because its a part of that codex.. You cant use Eldar Falcons in say.. Imperial guard, even if you come up with a "good story"
Successor chapters just mean "Blood angels with a different paint scheme".. Its still 100% blood angel codex rules, just different name
You cannot use a Furioso Dread in an army that does not use the Blood Angel rules. Plain and simple.
To use one, simply play Blood Angels, or, create your own chapter that uses the rules. Sorry to disappoint, but thats the GW way.
ERm, shall I or shant I??? oh F453 it..
Yes as above, although changing the colour scheme, which makes not a blind bit of difference, in order to use furioso you MUST use full BA rules.
Except of course Flesh tearers have chapter approved rules Which, if yo phone GW UK, you can use (although you probably wont get away with it in a comp)
Everything you have been told is a lie!
As a final note, if you wanna use a furioso you can have mine if you trade me a normal dread model :p They're not as cool as they may seem
Kirasu: And why not? They're awesome, in my opinion. It's not every day that you get a rampaging dreadnought that can easily rip apart a tank, and also just so happens to carry a melta weapon. Very nice, in my opinion.
However, the model does need an update, personally.
Personally i love the idea of the furioso though admitedly the model really needs updating but that can be said for half the models games workshop has out.
Pitty i dont play blood angels but then im playing an light army so no dreds