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I'm looking forward to add another unit of Ellyrian Reavers to my High Elf army, but as I'm sure many of you agree with me, the horses you get with these guys are really bad, at least compared to lots of the newer horse models. So my question to you is, would I be able to place the Reaver model on a different horse? Maybe a Wood Elf Glade Rider horse or a Wild Rider horse?
Any comments greatly appreciated,
5000p. High Elves
You could convert them easily enough out of the wood elf glade rider kits. Just swap the arms for spearmen/archer arms and the heads for spearmen helmets. You could probably get away with just using spearmen torsos also.
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*Agrees with above*
And YES! GW uses a standard size for horses
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They are pretty standard but I have found that the Dark Rider horses are a bit bigger than the Glade Rider ones. At least the head seems a bit bigger and thicker.