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Ok, here's the plan: I'm going to make a daemon prince mostly made of the LOTR Balrog.
But I don't know how the balrog is divided (Arms, wings etc.).
I am thinking about using the Shaggoth's lower body, but i'm not sureâ€¦
Balrog is one massive chunk
So is Shaggoth...
Only the right leg is loose...
With other words, a lot of cuttingâ€¦ Arghâ€¦
But do you think the parts are of the same size? Do they fit?
Or is there any other fiery parts i could use instead?
Last edited by Blaarg; January 16th, 2006 at 19:50.
I don't know... I haven't seen Shuggoth in real... so I have no idea...
Isn't there some rule against that sorta thing?
I don't think its a rule, just GW can't post it
Ok, here comes a new idea.
I'm going to use the wings and whip-arm of the balrog, and the body of this dragon:
I'm not sure about the head, but I'm thinking about using one of these:
If you ever want to use your Daemon Prince in a GW store or at a tournament then you will have to restrain yourself from mixing LOTR parts into your figs. Such practices are banned in the above places because Games Workshop does not own the rights to LOTR, Newline Cinema does. I was sad too, I tried to make Rough riders out of the new plastic wargs only to hear this policy after I had started. But, if you dont play in tournaments and GW retail stores then by all means, cut up that Balrog.
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They've renegotiated the LotR deal directly with the owners instead of going through New Line (which is why they can now do things outside of the movies etc) so I'm not sure that "rule" exists anymore. However, I'd like to repeat that: I'm not sure
The least you can do is to ask a GW employee if they know what the rules are.