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Can I put more weapons/support systems on him then he can use and just say which ones he has when I get to the game. Just wondering if people would be ok with this as I dont want to have to use magnets or redue his weapons before tournaments.
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You could do it, though you would have to be very careful when gaming, rembembering exactly which suit has what. Id suggest only fielding suits with the weapons they have.
The best way to do it imo is to put the weapon systems on different arms, and attatch the arms to the suits as required ith blu-tac or similar. due to the ball and socket design, it woks fine and you could switch systems easily.
Magnets would do pretty much the same too, but more difficult to do.
Wouldn't recommend it, especially for tournaments. Making your opponent have to remember which gun is "real" will not make you a popular guy! I'd almost rather face proxies and just know 'fusion blasters count as plasma rifles' than have to look at minis with both and remember who's who.
My brother just uses blu-tack. Works fine and it's a lot less effort than magnetising.
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With all this talk of magnets, I have to ask. Where the hell does one actually get these magnets from?
Post your army lists in the ARMY LIST section! Not that hard!
I got mine from MAGCRAFT® Brand Magnets. They were cheap, like 100 for $7 or $8, I think I paid half as much again for shipping. I don't remember the magnet size I got, but you could search for a tutorial and they would probably tell you. BTW they work really well, after doing my Tau suits, I magnetized my Termie HW arms and several special weapon marines. With heavier items I recommend pinning the item and glueing only one side. This way the magnet is only holding the pieces with the pin bearing most of the weight.