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I'm thinking about doing this; do they look cool?
yah mate if you do them well just google it and you can see some, i am a big fan of asm's on flying bases you should try and find the flesh tearer asm's from the index astartes volume 3 i think it is,they look ace
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There is a guy that works at the local GW, he has a sick assault marine jumping off a building with a wicked shield. I'd say do it, just not too high, for LOS rules
Yes, they will not be "legal" under 5Ed though...
if i were you i would moddel a unit of assault marines lieing down -dont give them plasma pistols- and watchas your smal targets charge on turn 2!!!
- as a side note dont do this its exsteamly unfluffy and looks awfull-
but flying marines would be cool but wouldnt help when the plasma starts flying!
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If someone helps you REP them...
Why wouldn't they be legal under Fifth Edition? Is it no longer legal to make things bigger?
with the new true LOS rules they be above where they "should" be since the game is 3 dimensional and would be unbalanced. You could probably put them flying forward horizontally as they could still be normal height while rocketing through the air, that way you would still be flying but closer to the height of a normal model. If you have a friend who plays orks you can see a picture of a stormboy nob done like this on page 75 of his codex.
IG Best Gen 1st overall of 10 DE 4th overall of 6
Eldar 3rd Overall/Best General of 26--2nd Overall/Best General of 7--1st Overall/Best General of 11
Yeah, I know it would be disadvantageous to me, but I don't think this is illegal. Plenty of players put special characters and unique models on tall scenic bases, and no one refuses to play against them. Any advantage this would give me would also be a disadvantage when it's my opponent's turn to shoot.
Well, they're actually still quite vague.
The important thing is, you ask you're opponents permision about them (and start the game by showing off your beautifull mini's). You agree that you can see them at that height, and they can see at that height. It's a disadvantage to you (Unless you want your marines to be shot at, or have somehow equipped them with heavy weapons). Most normal people won't mind. Some tourney people may.
P.S. if you convert further (like my SOB with Pegasus wings on a flying stand) it's best to agree what's targetable (E.G. The pair of 7in wings do not count as a body)
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