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    Kitbashing WoC. What does everyone do?

    Am I the only one who made a chaos sorcerer by kitbashing? I did it by using a chaos marauder horsemen head (the one that looks shaman-y), a left-handed dagger from my marauders box set, put that on the rest of knight with the cool-looking sword, put on some shoulderguards and called it finished.
    IMO it seems easier to kitbash a sorcerer because an exalted hero has to stand out and look like a registered badass.
    Do you guys find it somewhat immoral to kitbash heros? It just seems to damn easy and preferable not to be. If I wasn't tripping over exalted heros I think that I would have done it for them too.


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    well my exalted hero realy stands out, and i have mixed him whit the parts frin chaos warriors, undeads and the nurgle exalted hero

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    To be honest, I use some of my Exalted Heroes as sorcerers. Mostly because I like the models so much

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    I also often use a knight to represent my hero or sorcerer. My knights have arms and heads magnetized so it is very easy to switch weapons and helmet to effectively kitbash them. They really stand out (literally!) compared to my old model knights.

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    Kitbashing an exalted seems easy enough. Take a knight, use a head from a chosen, perhaps, and put some scenery on his base. Use the spikes and skulls from the warriors set to make his armor more ornate. Maybe swap out his weapon; I like flails, and would probably bash him up a flail using the skulls on chains from the marauder horsemen set (I did so for my jugger character). Just go with what you think would be nice! It's hard to overdo it with chaos.

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    I made a sorcerer lord for my dragon from a knight body, a chaos marine head (the one with the horns and eye in the forehead), then took a regular knights arm with one of the swords, took a chaos marine arm for the left arm, then made a staff using a chaos knight lance, a chaos icon for the top of the staff with the skull removed and an icon of Tzeentch instead, the shoulder pads from chaos marines with Tzeentch icons and finally some spiky bits

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    I'm not very good at Kitbashing Juggernauts and Discs. All my heroes/wizards seem to end up on them.

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