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hello there. i've always been intrested in inquisitor, i prefer the story behind the games than the game itself. so inquisitor appealed to me. i'm not sure on a lot about inquiistor. i've glanced at some of the rules and such. i'm not sure when i'll get round to getting models and such like, but i'm sure i will make a warband at somepoint. i was wondering if anyone had any tips or ideas or general help? for a warband i don't think i want an inquisitor as a leader. i had ideas for a sort of kal jehrico, jack sparrow-esque kind of character. once a nobles son but got in a bit of trouble and now works as a mercenary or bounty hunter. i also like the idea of ex-ecclisary (sorry about the spelling) priest, now a sort of drunk. i don't know if thats possible. to be an ex priest. but i like the image i had in my head of this kind of character. i also would like to try and include an eldar pirate or ranger in the warband. i understand that would be hard to justify story wise and thier quite kick ass. any ideas about this? any help would be greatly appreciated. and no. i don't want to use a space marine.
Last edited by Ceberus; July 15th, 2007 at 19:31.
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It shouldn't be to hard to justify your third character with your first two; for your leader I would suggest him being a rogue trader. That should help to tie in with the Jericho like feel you want for him, since RT's can be of noble or 'noble' backgrounds and some of been hired by the imperium to go beyond their own work.
Plus, with a rogue trader, its not that hard to imagine that he would be working with an eldar pirate. Mind you, it will be hard to work in how the eldar pirate is working with him to begin with, but rogue traders work the best for that I believe.
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Well, like all tabletop wargames, Inquisitor is a miniatures game. So why not browse the range of available models and come up with appropriate miniatures before worrying too much about the characters in detail.
For an extensive guide to the full range of parts in the GW range suitable for 54mm Inquisitor play, visit:
The Inquisitor Modelling Resource Index