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does anybody have any cool pics of tau and tau conversions? im starting tau and i need some inspiration
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hi and YAY ANOTHER TAU PLAYER! W000T!
ok well back to the point. i would do a search on these forums and type in "tau conversions" because there have been a few posts.
hope you find a good idea!
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Tau arnt that good they get flogged in close combat wat do u mean by conversion if it is this is my opinion buy a puck of fire warrior and green stuff(modelling puddy) dont put the back pack and the shoulders on the fire warroirs and try to slice and dice of the leg pads on there legs get green stuff mix it up and place on the lags and make it look like it was a normal leg with out the pad then get a bit more and the head of the fire warrrior extend it and make it loger a bit and only make them to have pulse combines this should be a cheap conversion of pathfinders
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You know, Pathfinders ARENT that expensive.
Heck, they are what, $9 for 3, pulse carbine or rail rifle.
Yes but still some people like to save money, and if the conversions look cool then waht the hell go for it.Heck, they are what, $9 for 3, pulse carbine or rail rifle.
But I like the metal ones better anyways.
As I have said elsewhere, I don't much care for the metal Pathfinders. I'm gonna adapt some standard Firewarriors, by shaving off the leg armour and arm armour, and give them Pulse Carbines with added Markerlights made from plastic card.
Not too difficult, lighter in weight and you can choose your own poses.
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Yeah the path finder leaning so far forward is a really stupid pose.
Especially the rail rifle pathfinders.
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