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I was just going on the FW site, and came across the DKoK stuff.
And I had a few plans to do a guard army as soon as money allowed for a while now, and seeing these models, I'd like to do something like this...
Only problem is......Where would I get the models?
The only stuff the FW site sells are vehicles, heavy weapon bases and command groups of all sorts.
Where could I get the basic troops?
I noticed the Gorgon troops, but I don't know if I'd be able to seperate them from eachother without doing alot of damage (not knowing how they're actually together).
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Death Korps Of Krieg Grenadiers
Death Korps of Korps of Krieg At Ease
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Death Korps of Krieg Infantry Squad Advancing
rumors are GW are also doing guardsmen in greatcoats for the next guard codex release, however I take a double dose of salt with that rumor, as nobody can confirm it at all
How the hell did I miss that?
I'll probably order some in when I get the money to.
If you want to go for a different look for DKOK I would recommend Pig Iron. Go to Warstore for some of it. Trenchcoats and gas masks make some weapons swaps and your good.
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Nah, I'll get the lot from FW when I get the chance.
It'll be more expensive, but they'll look really good.
If i was ever going to do a Guard army, it'd definitely be the Death Corp, they look amazing! Expensive, but ya get what you pay for.
Hey bloodhound, you might want to consider grabbing some of the gorgon transport troop fillers as they are good for saving cash on filling your squads. If your confident with resin that is.
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