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    Servents of c'tan

    im makin a army of pure uniqueness, the servents of ctan! every unit is a conversion, making it awesome, they follow the necron rules and regulations, accept they look diff and they have diff names.

    there mainly baced round tau bitz, so far ive made up 4 units, 1 c'tan pack leader(necron warrior) a scravenger (tomb spider), 1 scaren (scarab), and a (havent made a name fr it yet) (necron lord on destroyer platform). do u guys think they will let me use them at the games workshop? they are all genuin 40k bitz after all?

    lol ive even re writen every page of the necron codex

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    Pictures and such would be nice, but it sounds like a lot of work! Be careful when embarking on a project like this. Usually you end up with a lot of unused bitz and a lot of money that could have been put into a better spot.

    Also, to make the list 'user friendly', Make sure you give a reasonable, plausible, understandable explanation of 'why this happens'. Like, how did the Servants come across great technology of such awesome power? Explain the 'We'll be back!' rule, etc.

    Here is my Ork equivalent converted army, consisting of rag-tag fellas who got some guns and decided to fight oppression and devote themselves to prosperous freedom. (The Revolution is on!!!)

    Maybe post up this 'Re-written' codex you had? Maybe draw up some concept art you had imagined? It may not be good drawing, but ideas down on paper are better than ideas left in the air.

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