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    Wood Elves Alternate Mounts

    Greetings again fellow gamers,

    I was wondering, would the plastic riders of the glade guard fit on the plastic high elf lions (from the chariot kit?) I think that would make for some very interesting "Wild Riders"

    Has anyone tried?

    Thank you for your time

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    I've never tried but I believe the riders are moulded for much slimmer horses, the lions aren't exactly slender compared to the usual mounts.

    Would certainly be interesting. Also lends to hilarious mental images of Brettonian knights venturing into the woods to be suddenly ambushed to the confusion of "WHERE THE HELL DID THE LIONS COME FROM?!" or perhaps "It's a lion! Get in the carriage!"

    I suppose it wouldn't be too difficult to pull an elfs legs apart slightly to accomidate the wider body, though, the plastic tends to be rather pliable.

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    It's a great idea, but I don't think it's possible. Probably if you take some other legs, or model a lot with a green stuff. But it's still great idea!

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