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can anyone help?
i am compiling a slaanesh army that will be led by a mortal and will obviously comprise of mortal core units. my problem is that i am going to convert a chariot or two to include in said army. i want to know if there there are any rules that would prohibit me from having daemonettes that crew the chariot with steeds of slaanesh out in front.
well to get right to the point you just cant
the demonic chariots can only be fielded in a demonic legion list
so not even an army led by a demon
lets agree to respect each others views, no matter how wrong yours are
Well, if it's just the model, i.e. you will use it as a regular chaos chariot (with mark of slaanesh) and you just wanna have the different look, then I'd say go for it.
Otherwise, grimgor 137 is right (with the possible exception of your pals allowing it in friendly games, but that's beyond any official rules)
Yeah sadly the supe Slaaneshi chariot of 20" charging doom isn't legal in mortal lists. However there's no rule against converting your chariot to look the part.
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thanks for the advice. that seems to be the main point of contention in creating a mortal slaanesh army. its a minefield for making the models look the part and not breaking any of the army rules.