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I've just finished just building my new Sorc' on a disc that I've scratch built and I've got it on a Valkyrie flying stand! Now its sat on a 60mmx60mm base that you'd expect from a large mounted model but I was wondering if you reckon the hight would be.... well.... taking the pissaz with the new TLoS in 8th. I wasn't even thinking about it when I built it, it just looks good is all. What do you reckon?
Is my sorcerer flying a little too high to bother taking him to a tournament?
Last edited by Davidian; September 19th, 2010 at 13:31.
With true line of sight, they can see a spec of his model they can see him. so 20 inches in the air or not, it really doesn't matter. I don't see many situations where you would lose a benefit.
I built a BSB and Sorcerer on a disc, and they're perched high. They die way, way too often. Actually, I just popped the BSB off the disc yesterday. He died just about every game. TLOS was part of the problem. There was no hiding him. Which was too bad, he looked sweet.
Yeah my DP gateway list with a flying banner of the gods was nice, because he could hide behind whatever unit he was making stubborn. No longer the case.
Technically fliers land between movement, so I wouldn't see a problem modeling the disc on the ground.
who cares thats the who cheesy point with tournements get what advantage you can while giving as little as you can to your enemy but you grant them the chance to blast him as well so its all fair in love and war as they say
Also, he should be a on 50x50.
A normal disc rider model can see over most things anyways. I think people would complain if you start hitting the 5" mark for the stem.
All that being said, now to the important part; let's see a pic!!