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    Regular arms on Forgeworld Dreadnaught?

    The forgeworld Chaos dreadnaughts come with no arms, instead of using their arms are they compatible with the regular plastic GW dreadnaught arms?


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    Yep, you can also get uber looking ones from Forge World, just scroll down the page.
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    yeah they are pretty much compatible with all arms, ofcourse though if i were to dish out that cash on FW, i'd get some pretty nifty arms heh.

    But yes it can work. Alteast I'm fully sure of it..

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    well, on the FW Website, they have different arms (as in 2 the same) for each type of 'body'; the one thats got the 'head' on it and the legs are more like human legs(PICTURES), and the bodies like the standard GW ones.

    I don't see a difference, but I'f never handled one to see how they work.

    What type of body did ya get?

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    My thousand sons dreadnought would have certainly fitted the ordinary arms, although the nature of the resin is such that you wouldn't be able to have them swivelling - they'd need to be glued on. But i did fit my dreadnought with the proper forge world arms, and believe me, they are beautiful - the sculpting of the teeth on the lascannon is absolutely suberb. If you're strapped for cash, the plastics will do, but i would go with the forge world ones just for quality if you can afford them.

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    I don't have any yet, but there were a couple dread for sale on ebay that came with no arms, and to have to order arms out of England I wasn't sure it would be worth it.

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