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Hey guys, I'm starting up a Kroot Mercenaries list, and am going to use about 20 Vulture Kindred (Kroot with wings). Now, after looking at couple of pictures, everybody seems to use reptillian looking wings (dragon-like, scaly, sometimes bat-like). I was thinking, if Kroot are avian, why not have feathered wings blended into the back with GS? Do you guys think this would look OK? I jus think that it would be intersting to see feathery Kroot. Thanks.
Originally Posted by Brett on Quidditch[ 1500pt. Chaos List, C&C! ]
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Logically, yes you might be right. But Kroot are only descended from Avians, you might notice they have quills rather than feathers on their bodies - which are hairless. I think fully feathered wings would look out of place, to be honest.
I like the idea even I think I'd prefer giving them winged forelimbs (a bit like a quilled/feathered ptero) instead of two extra appendages sprouting from their back.
What wings would you use though?
The new warhawk wings cost 5Â£ a pair, the classic one 4Â£, the swooping hawks are too metallic... hmm not an easy task
But I'd like them, so much that I might consider doing them myself as a merc unit for my squat... hmmm ....
*goes on muttering to himself with a crazed look*