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i was gluing some necron scarabs when i glued sum of the models on backwards. this is what i need help with... does any1 no how to get super glue off? do you no any ways to get it off? and another question, if i were to get a c'tan which would be better to get, a deciever or a nightbringer, and why so?
Hi not sure how to get the glue off. Maybe hot water if they are not painted.Also my wife suggested freezing the model so the glue becomes brittle. Not sure if that works though.
Regarding the C' Tan, personally i wouldn't use either in my opinon they cost to many points and are just a huge target for heavy enemy weapons.They would create a distraction mind.If i had to go for one i would go for the Nightbringer.
The deceiver just enables you to adjust a few units after deployment, and make the enemy take a few leadership tests. The Nightbringer however has a extra point of strength and weapon skill, which comes in handy as you will want to get him into HtH asap.He can also use his lightning arc which is the same strength as a lascannon !!.
He is worth the extra 60 points over the deceiver,but at 360 points i wouldn't recommend using him in game any less than 1500 points. Apart from all that the nightbringer is a cool model !!!.
Hope that helps Matt
Try soaking in nail polish remover, turpentine, or even gasoline, if you don't want to go shopping.
GHAAA! Don't soak any plastic in the substances the last guy mentioned... the plastic will break down... if its metal only for a short time as well if its something as harsh as gasoline... (don't use gasoline... there are other things.... I will paypal you $2.00 to buy something else (i'm exaggerating)...... stay safe.)