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I heard they were changing to regal blue for the 4th edition, anyone else hear this?
Ummm no cant say i have, this would really be personal though, som epeople do BA dark red, others light. same situation here.
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Err, highly unlikely. Crimson fists and Night Lords are regal blue.
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They made the ultramarine blue paint for a reason, can you guess why?
You could paint them that colour I s'pose, but I don't think there's any certain way to paint them.
I agree with Az on this one, its personal really. They'd cease to be Ultramarines if they weren't ultramarines though wouldn't they?!
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Ultra marines are named after their color scheme
There was an ultramraine paint before GW came out and the founding chapter got its name. If they changed to regal blue they would be the regal blue marines. It doesnt have the same ring to me. You?
[QUOTE]Originally posted by cypher0tu@May 23 2004, 19:53
If they changed to regal blue they would be the regal blue marines.
Blood Angels red was not a color before Games Workshop invented it. In that case, the color was described by the chapter.
Ultramarine blue exists very much independently of Games Workshop. Painting Ultramarines a different color would be like making a chapter called "The Green Marines" then painting them orange.
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