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I finally got around to starting Warhammer Fantasy after 8 years of 40k play. Mostly because a friend challenged me to see who can get their respective armies built faster.
whoever does will benefit from +1 ld in game (whoopdie do right?) Any way I decided on bretonnians, not as competative an army I'd like but good enough.
Here's my idea though, I want my paladin to be king arthur from the holy grail. His "mount" will be patsy. I just don't know which bitz to use, or which models for that matter.
Overtime I'm hoping to have everybody in my army, but have to figure out the patsy conversions first. 'in order to do so, the actual knights/king shouldnt be too hard but we'll see. I need advice first!
Thanks in advance.
Last edited by girlhunter2102; March 22nd, 2009 at 03:29. Reason: typo
We've had a small discussion in that thread about Monty Python themed Bret armies (why is it that everyone seems to have the idea lol). Might be an idea to look in there.
In order to build Patsy himself, you could try using the bits from a Questing Knight to build his rucksack. The body could come from any peasant in the range, as they all have the right look.
Don't forget the arrow in his chest for that "just been shot" look.
And if you are building a siege engine, it MUST fire cows. Fechez la vache!!
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I'll see if if my local games workshop store has questing knights, I saw the photos in the army book, and I hate them in actual game play, but for bitz they've got some furniture that would definatley work. For the actual model I'm guessing a battle pilgrim or man at arms, even an archer I guess would do. C'mon they're all peasants =). now the wait for pictures begins....
this might be interesting for you click pictures in the menu list.
Aaron Chapman's: "Monty Python and the Holy Grail"
and just a quick show-off: