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Hey guys, I've got a quick question about the carnosaur model. I'm relatively new to FB, so there may be a simple explanation I'm overlooking.
If I'm not mistaken, a Saurus Oldblood can ride a carnosaur into battle, but I haven't seen such a model. I know Krok Gor (I think that's his name, anyway) rides one, but other than that I can't find the model. Maybe your supposed to use his model to represent an Oldblood?
Thanks in advance for clarifying this for me.
Krok'gar's model is intended to be used as a carnosaur riding lizardman lord also, afaik. It's a sweet model too
Yup, Kroq-Gar's the man you want to get
It's quite often the case that when there is a special character on a monstrous mount and the mount is also available to a standard lord choice, there is only one model which is usually the special character.
That is the case here, as it is with many armies (for example I the only 'generic' non special chartacter dragon I can think of is the new High Elf one). It is the other way round with orcs, where they have a generic warboss on wyvern but no Azhag model.
Thou shalt remember:
Warhammer Fantasy armies do NOT have Codices. They have Army Books.
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