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I want a Vampire riding a nightmare...
Can't see any model for it?
The only one close that I've found is the mounted Manfred model...but that's a barded nightmare.
***Nevermind, I found one on the website...it wasn't in the store catalogue...Thanks!***
Last edited by Lemonchild; March 23rd, 2009 at 04:46.
You could always just take one from a black knight, thats the same isnt it?
Not from the Black Knights because it shouldn't be skeletal.
I would recommend buying the Empire General plastic set - the one that contains a BSB and a general on a horse.
The horse is in a really good dynamic pose and as its fully plastic isn't too difficult to make look more evil.
Either that or look at the Chaos Knights box set, plenty of stuff there to be having a go at.
Or, if you don't want barded - look at the Empire Pistoliers - their horse aren't barded. Or possibly Marauder horsemen? Don't know if they are barded or not...(haven't seen the model)
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Or you could use the old Vampire models, generally not quite as nice looking as the new guys, but they come with dudes on nightmare back.
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You could just use skeleton steeds because if you look at the black coach it uses "2 nightmares" but they look skeleton to me. If you read the description of a nightmare its says some are sorcerous constructs of bone, wood, and metal empowered by magic (pg 52). So really taking a reguarl skel or horse and modifying it a little you should be able to pass one of from a barded or unbarded.
Last edited by DarkKnight; March 24th, 2009 at 22:22. Reason: Add info
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Bretonnian Knights have caparisoned horses, which can "not" count as barding in your army for example... You could also go for the lade Rider horses, the Elven steeds used by Dark Riders or Revare Knights (which look quite evil when painted black)
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