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I'm new to 40K (and obviously LO for that matter). I'm collecting a Dark Eldar army but this isn?t restricted to just DE.
Do the figures have to be on the Games Workshop bases? The metal figures are OK, but the plastic ones are rather light and tend to slide down scenic hills etc rather than stay where they should.
I was thinking about gluing them to 1p or 2p pieces (I'm in the UK) or possibly making something out of lead to really do the job.
Any comments or suggestions (and more importantly rules LOL)?
BTW sorry if this isn't the right place for this question, I wasn't quite sure where to put it (no rude comments please).
The other reason I like the Idea of using 1p/2p pieces (apart from the added weight) is that they aren't as tall as the GW bases and when covered in flock or whatever wouldn't stand out so much. Even with the GW bases painted green it still looks like the miniature has decided to stand on a plinth (but still, I suppose this would improve Line of Sight :^>).
They can't deny you doing it i don't think that it says in you'r rulebook something like "thou shalt not use thy other bases that thy may want to use".
Yeah I have used coins under the plastic mins bases to keep them balanced - the only problem is I believe it is technically illegal - not from a GW point of view but you are defacing the coin of the realm, not to worry though, I think you will get away with it, particularly if you can convert the queens head to look like a Sister of Battle
Everything you have been told is a lie!
isnt that the only crime still punishable by the death sentence....lol... :o
You had to ask...8th November 1965. Murder (Abolition of Death Penalty) Act passed which effectively abolished capital punishment but provided for another vote on it "within five years". Treason, piracy with violence and arson in Royal Dockyards remained capital crimes.So setting fire to Her Brittanic Majesties docks is still a no no, then.July 31st 1998. High treason and piracy with violence ceased to be capital crimes
But take the pis* out of her noble profile and a rabid mob of Daily Mail readers will open a can of whooparse on you bigtime. Don't say you weren't warned.
Ryan Dancey, Vice President of Wizards of the Coast, believed that TSR failed because of "...a near total inability to listen to its customers, hear what they were saying, and make changes to make those customers happy." Are you listening, Games Workshop ?
Lead buckshot works nice too to keep them on the ground.
It's not Raymond Luxury Yacht, It's pronounced throat wobbler mangrove.
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My elvish name is Maeglin Meneldur.
HiOriginally posted by Cheredanine+Feb 16 2004, 09:52--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Cheredanine @ Feb 16 2004, 09:52)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>the only problem is I believe it is technically illegal - not from a GW point of view[/b]
I seem to recall something about base size being critical in the fantasy game, but wasn't sure about 40K
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but you are defacing the coin of the realm, not to worry though, I think you will get away with it, particularly if you can convert the queens head to look like a Sister of Battle[/quote]
LOL, I hadn't thought of that.