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    Using Converted Models in Games

    How strict are most people in your areas about using converted models? Do you guys allow majorly converted models in your games? How about models converted to represent a model that doesn't use the original parts? (ie. Elven Sorceror + Dark Rider Horse as a Chaos Sorceror)?

    What about models that arn't clearly one thing or another? (ie. Converted dude with a robe, but a huge sword.. it could be a champion or a sorceror)

    I'm just converting something right now, and wondering whether people are gonna complain about me using it as a champion.. when it looks like a sorceror.. or whether it's a sorceror that looks like a champion.

    I put this in general, not conversions, since it doesn't really talk about any specific conversion.


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    As long as the model appears to be what it represents, then there is no problem. Just look at the way out conversions pictured in the GW event reports. So if your model has a bolter and a close combat weapon, anything with a bolter and close combat weapon is fine. It could be based on a Fantasy model, the weapon could be a sword, axe, bayonet, etc.

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