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Last edited by chosen40k; March 30th, 2008 at 09:13.
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Alarm clock? Genestealers.
Your boss? Genestealers.
The rednecks that cut in front of me at Wal-mart like I didn't have anything better to do than stand in line? Genestealers.
They look really awesome! Do you know if the bloodletters still use round bases in fantasy? If not do they come with each type of base?
then here's the combination of all this stuff....
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looks pretty good, thinking of getting it for myself maybe, that set, along with the 20ish daemons i have already would give a decent start
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The Juggernaut is an impressive redesign/re-imagining.
It actually looks partially daemonic now, instead of purely mechanical.
I can see people creating a cavalry horde of them to trample everything in the way.
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I like the look of most of it, but is there a reason why there doesn't seem to be anything for Tzeentch? If I were to get into Chaos, it would definitely be under the Lord of Change, and he doesn't seem to be getting any love with the upcoming releases.
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Nothing beside remains
I think Khorne has had the best share of new stuff IMO.
Hopefully I'm gonna get at least one of everything that's being released, then I'll concentrate on a Khorne daemon army
As for the bases, I would assume that they come with both round and square styles as that's just common sense really, I mean it would be stupid just to include one type and then expect people to buy them separately...
Thanks for the pics! ;Y
It's also likely that Tzeentch will either be really, really good (hence not including them in the army box forces people to go out and buy them), or be a really specialist army, which Nurgle also seems to be thanks to his pathetic movement (in 40k, anyway). Khorne and Slaanesh could be the easiest, or most powerful, components, which is why they're being showcased. I mean, if I were GW, I wouldn't want to include units in my brand new army that may or may not be useful right out of the box. Remember the old 40k starter set between marines and Dark Eldar? Yeah...
"Tell me what you cherish most. Give me the pleasure of taking it away." Sephiroth, Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children
I love the look of that Khorne HQ choice.
I think a khorne army is required here. With magnetic feet in or der to change between 40k and Fantasy. Also that has got to be the coolest defiler ive ever seen! 8X