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I'll be giving my ogre kindom's tyrant wings and was just wondering does anyone know what wings would be the right size from the fantasy or 40k range.
Uhm.. are you sure you want to do that? Wings on an ogre tyrant doesn't make any sense.
My tyrant has ate a greater daemon so has mutated so that's why I wanted to know if anyone has any suitable wings
Check out the wings on the 54mm Sophie the succubus from Reaper. They look kind of like bat wings, but not exactly. You might also look at any of the many GW dragon wings.Originally posted by Koraknar@Jan 29 2005, 06:17
My tyrant has ate a greater daemon so has mutated so that's why I wanted to know if anyone has any suitable wings[snapback]315475[/snapback]
maybe, just maybe the bloodthirster wings :huh:
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Shas'O'M'Yen @ Feb 27 2005, 04:04)</div><div class='quotemain'>Well said</div>
I think I'll go with the bloodthirster wings or the lord of change because my character has killed one of each of the power's greater daemon's
Ogre Tyrant with wings,orignal I give you that, surely you need incredibly huge wings to lift a tyrant as they aren't the skinniest things in the world.
I'd go for dragon wings, however what kind of deamon prince did he eat, Khorne, Slaanesh, Nurgle, Tzeentech, Undivided.
Also maybe Belakors wings?
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Well I was wondering about using either the complete plastic dragon wings or the classic bloodthirster and also does anyone know the size of the wings.
the dragon wings will definetly be to big <_<
i think the dark elf wings would be perfect size
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