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Another question about doing an Adeptus Mechanicus army; I just read a chapter in Eisenhorn in which a Magos of the AM fields Servitors mounted on double jointed robot legs to fight for him. I'm doing an AM army, and was wondering if anyone had any ideas of how to model these. I would use slightly modified Penitent Engines, but my primary opponent already has 5 PE's, and looking at a table full of them wouldn't be the most interesting thing ever. The only idea I have so far, and a fairly obvious one at that, is to use plastic Sentinel legs. I'm lost from there up.
I plan to use the rules for the Sentinel Power Lifter (sentinel with a power weapon) from Imperial Armour 1.
I suppose you could use the whole leg assembly thing of a sentinel (feet, cockpit mount, etc) or if you wanted it to look more decorative, Penitent Engine legs.
Next cut the legs off of an SM servitor and mount that onto the Sentinel cockpit mount.
Then fix Techmarine servo arms onto the servitor.
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