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I'm using Maneater models as my Tyrants/Bruisers just because I dont like the normal Tyrant model, I think Maneaters make much more suitable Tyrants/Bruisers because they are much more characterful. I also dont plan on using them as actual Maneater's so there wont be any confusion there anyway. Only because I prefer Gorgers and Giants, so there is no room for Maneaters.
So I have the Empire Maneater (the one with a feather stuck in his head and holding the giant rock sledgehammer) and the Pirate Maneater. I'm just wondering how to kit them out as Tyrants/Bruisers while sticking to WYSIWYG.
Empire Maneater - Tenderiser or Seigebreaker is obvious. He also has necklaces so I can give him a Wyrdstone. Other than those two things, I have no idea what else I can give him that will be both useful and WYSIWYG.
Pirate Maneater - Has a Gnoblar on his shoulder pretending to be a parrot, so there is a Luck Gnoblar easily. Brace of Handguns is obvious too. Necklaces again, so a Wyrdstone. I have no idea what to call his weapons though. I could only imagine calling the anchor he carries either a Skullplucker or his own version of an Ogre Club, with his broken sword as an additional hand weapon, but that isn't particularly useful.
I think you could easily fit the standard tenderizer/greedyfist/wyrdstone and fit in the wysiwyg category.
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I think you could get away with any of the enchanted items or talismans, and if you wanted to convert you can get a 'bull gut' from the tyrant model or 'greatskull' from the hunter. Seeing as a brace of pistols already count as additional hand weps, the pirate's can count as those.