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