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i posted a topic some time ago but it died i think
anyway is it allowed and a good idea to put my mounted vampire lord on a self made
60 mm x 40 mm base ? ( 40 wide )
and for the conversion i wanted to do you have to look up my other post
Thanks in advance
You can always opt to make a base larger than the standard-sized GW version. Whether it's a good idea or not depends on a lot of different things. For instance, one of my regular opponents who plays Daemons mounted his Great Unclean one on a fairly good-sized square base so that more models will have to make a toughness test each time he takes a wound in combat.
I understand the want/need to use the larger base for lining up the ranks, but I would put the figure on a standard 25x50 mm base that can then be inserted into the 40x60 mm base just in case you play with the figure in a GW tourny or something.
I would consider using a larger base like the one for the GUO as almost cheating or unfair. Sure his opponents will be able to get more attacks in against the GUO, but he seems to be exploiting a rule to his favor a little unfairly.
I wonder how many Blood Knights I could get into base to base contact with that GUO.. it's a double edged sword, to be sure.
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