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As you read this, I'm in the Process of assembling my first BattleWagon for a tournament this Saturday.
I've only got a few hours today and tomorrow to assemble, prime and paint it and then about half a day on Friday, but I've also got some other things that need painting including a Warboss.
However, I was hoping to make it a bit BIGGER and BEEFIER, especially when it comes to the Width of the BattleWagon.
So my question is...
1. Would it be worth it to try and make time to Beef it up?
2. Is there a way to Temporarily assemble it, so I can worry about beefing it up later?
-- Although, since I want to paint it as well, I don't know how difficult it would be to re-do everything.
3. Is Any of this worth it? Should I just assemble it and prime it ASAP and not fret about trying to kustomize it since I'm so short on time
I wouldn't worry about beefing it up. Its reasonably big for a vehicle anyway, though like most GW vehicles it doesn't really look like it could fit the amount of models its supposed to. The only mod I would make to it is stick a deff rolla on the front.
What I've done with some of my vehicles is just stick some walk-ways to the sides of them so that 20 orks could actually fit on it.
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Stick it together as you normally would but with really cheep super glue and only in small amounts, it'll keep it together, but you'll be able to pull it apart real easy.
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