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Would the general consenus be that for plasma gun conversions, a flamer with a chopped off flamer nozzle replaced with a plasma gun tip, and the tube cut off so it looks like a plasma containment flask be acceptable?
Probebly have to see it to beleive it, but it sound like a good idea just give it a go, there are no rules with converting.....I don't think.
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Yeah, there is no right and wrong, as long as it gives off the sort of impression its a plasma gun, it doesn't matter.
If you want it to be acceptable by all opponents, however, you have to make sure it's 'what you see is what you get' - if your opponent looks at the conversion, and could not possibly mistake your plasmagun for anything else, your conversion is a success. If confusion often arises, I might find another way to do it!
Someone I know liked to paint his SM's swords with glowing special effects and so on, but only a look at the army list will make you realise they aren't actually power weapons. This is the type of confusion you'd want to avoid.
From what you've described, however, i'd say your conversion is probably fine!
Last edited by Cadaver Junkie; June 9th, 2008 at 02:44.
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Thanx! Its just that plasma is hard to find, and as an Imperial Guard player, you have to make do with what you've got!
Ive done the same thing so a flamer and some spare tau bitz to make plasma and melta guns. Just tell your opponent what they are before the game starts.