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Hey! Excuse me if this isn't the right forum, but I just couldnt figure out a better one. What miniature do you use as a chaos undivided lord on barbed steed (not demonic steed)?
Some converted knight? Or what? Thanks!
Sounds good to me! Green stuff!Originally Posted by Yoohrand
have a look in the 'classics' section in the Gw online store, they should have some cool things in there. The classic Archeon for example
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Archaon is a defenit option.
The problem with the Knight is the mount, it isn't very deamonic, and will require an monster size base.
Just snoop around the bits book for a good looking mount, from there you can convert your own rider.
Way I read it, he wanted a Barded steed and NOT a Daemonic one.The problem with the Knight is the mount, it isn't very deamonic, and will require an monster size base.
That said, there's actually a model in the classic range for a Chaos Lord on a Barded Steed, which should match your search perfectly.
Originally Posted by Khorne Lord
I have that model, its really cool the entire thing is metal and the steed looks awesome!!!
Only thing is the lords head, it doesn't look that cool, but you'll probably have a better one sitting around somewhere, or you can fix i twith putty.
If there's anything that chaos has lots of options for, it's heads. Full-face helmets just look plain cool.
Converting a knight is probably one of the easiest ways anyway, they are pretty hench - but you would need to change head/weapons, and maybe bulk out with green stuff to make it bigger, lordier than the other knights.
Dont forget about about the steed, a plain knights steed looks like a plain knights steed. It would need some clever converting to look cool, the main change would have to be the horses head.