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Has anyone seen the new animosity marker model in this month's UKWD? What do people think of it? I think it looks pretty cool as a unit filler, similar to the fanatic one they released when ther redid the book.
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I made markers for mine - every gobbo unit has a small base with a snotling on, and a number from 0-3 underneath it for how many fanatics are in it, to be revealed and removed when my opponent goes within 8"
I was planning on doing crossed swords / spare weapons on a base to put in front of a unit to show animosity.
There is a Black Orc, normal Orc, and two Night Goblins.
The Black Orc is holding one of the Night Goblins in the air by the collar, and has just uppercutted the normal Orc who is flying backwards.
The last Night Goblin is looking up at the Black Orc in the "put-up-your-dukes" pose.
Pretty funny model.
That's exactly what it looks like. I think it looks pretty O&G like.
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Great idea Crunchy!
So good in fact, that I think it should be compulory for all NG units!!
Even if someone cant be bothered to put something on the top of the base (such as your snotling) it's easy enough to put a number underneath.
I am going to get cracking on mine immediately. Am thinking of maybe spare ball and chain as a marker?
By the way, how do you do the number? If the number is fixed (eg painted on) players might get to recognise the Snotling on top!
PS - the markers from Skull pass set are quite useful for this type of thing and spell effects etc. E.g. the little stand-up skulls that come with the box set.
True - easy enough to change I guess and ... <sounds of manic laughter> plenty of scope for fiendish underhand gobbo tricks.
An "accident" during set-up and your opponent thinks he's seen the number only for it to go into the box for the replica to be drawn out.
All sorts of fun against regular opponents - I like your thinking Crunchy - as ever - evil to your green-hearted core!!