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I have a question for some of you more fluff-saavy individuals. I'm considering working on a heresy era Blood Angels army and am interested in how the Blood Angels marked their armor back then. After reading through some articles people have written, it seems like the Mark V armor would be most prevalent in the army. The problem however, is that the left shoulder pad, which normally would bear the Blood Angels symbol, is covered in studs. In this case, should I simply put the Blood Angels symbol on the right shoulder pad? Also, how did the Blood Angels handle squad markings back then? Thanks in advance!
yes you are correct in thinking the chapter symbol switches to the other side . In referance to the squad number or identity this seems to be predominantly on leg armour with sergeants or veterans having a variety of stripe combinations both/or on arm armour or helmet. The referance for this would be the origonal rogue trader rule book and art from the adeptus titanicus series of games .
Also rememeber that there were no tactical or devastator etc designations at that era.All those are Guillimans 'inspiration'.
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