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Hey all, I have what's probably a dumb question, but I ask here since the situation in question involved Daemon Princes.
Today I bought my Daemon Prince models for my Chaos army that I'm building, one regular blister, and one Be'Lakor model, because I like the model better than the other 2 Daemon Prince models I didn't buy.
But I didn't realize until after I got everything assembled that Be'Lakor comes with a larger base than the regular Daemon Prince blisters... and since I'm going to field Be'Lakor as a regular Daemon Prince, would his larger base cause any kind of issue?
I know that my friend I normally play won't give a crap, but going to GW could be a different beast.
In my mind, it's something minor, but I'm just wondering if it may cause any issues, or if it's just really a non-factor.
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In a tournament things might be a little different though. I wouldn't care but there are some who take the game a lot more seriously than me
I don't think it is an issue, in 40k the rules is larger is acceptable but smaller isn't. However the same advantages/disadvantages that come with having a bigger base aren't the same in FB as 40K.
I'd say just getting a bag of bases (they come in useful all the time anyway) and mount him on a standard monster base(?) to save some hassle. Or pin your Prince to the bases and make him interchangable between them, if you want to make a cool scenic bigger base for him.
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The only real difference is to make sure your opponent and yourself know that it isn't a large target, and that it is only us 3. Also, for base contact purposes, it could or could not have an effect. If your opponent charges, it could make a difference on how many get in contact. I've seen belakor, and he could fit on a 40mm base, or you could just make it scenic.
Different sixed bases do make a difference and it would probably be frowned upon in tournament play.
But, couldnt you simply mark the bigger base to show its real size or even buy a small piece of balsa wood or something and make an entirely new base?
It doesnt matter too much, just make sure your opponent knows whats going on.