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im making a fex leanig and 4 gaunts standing as tall as they can
I think a great bumper sticker would be as follows:
Proud parent of a child whose self-confidence is good enough that he doesn't need me advertising his minor scholastic achievements on my carclick me
Sounds a little unsporting to me. That's why GW decided to define models as size categories in 4th ed, so people can't try and use a converted model to gain an advantage they aren't due. For example, a marine is size 2, and will not block LOS to size 3 or larger models (when the situation allows for blocking LOS). It doesn't matter if the marine is converted to lie down, standing on a rock, or jumping over a fence. They are size 2.
I was wondering about that. If GW hadn't done that, I was going to talk with my opponents before the game started, and clarify that there is a "standard" size for every troop. For example, a leaping gaunt's standard size would be the same size of the termagaunt body as it would be when it is not leaping. But I'm glad GW already took care of that .
"Can you put that in a memo and title it '***** I already know!'"
Church: "Ok, so we're agreed? You first!"
Sarge: "Get on with it, Griff."
Griff: "I'd just like everyone to know: that I suck."
Griff: "And that I'm a girl..."
Church: "What else?"
Griff: "And I like ribbons in my hair, and I want to kiss all the boys."
Sarge: "This has to be the best surrender of all time."
Doesn't matter how you model it, it can't be screened my smaller units. If you're trying to do this to gain an advantage, I wouldn't play you.