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Ok, so i recently got the Narnia DVD, and have been mulling over the battle scenes a few times.
So basically heres by idea:
All available archers are elves
Dryads are dryads, easy enough:yes:
For centaurs ill take wild riders and glade riders, and simply combine the horse body and the riders torso
Ill use eagle rules for eagles and similar sized flyers (Ill probable field some pegasus)
Ok, now the bit i need advie on:
I want to make fawns and play them as eternal guard. The problem is converting them. My idea is take beastmen gors and ungors, put glade gaurd heads on them, and give em all spears. Im not sure if this will work though.
If anyone has any gors, could u tell me if you think i could rank them on 20 mm bases?
Also, will the head work, or will it be too small?
any help is appreciated, thanks
you certainly cant use gor and ungor bodies as they stand for the simple fact that a head of a glade guard is much to small for those bodies. Even the ungor bodies are far to large. You could just use the legs of them and the bodies and heads of glade guard. THe problem is that fauns are quite small and wood elves quite thin. You will need green stuff, also dont forget fauns have horns
WELL SAID, NO MORE SQUATS THEY ARE DEAD GET OVER ITOriginally Posted by artificer
It is a very good idea, but the ungor and gor conversions will definitely not work. They are huge and elf heads are relatively small. I agree with cadre_of_storms, you'll need a lot of green stuff to make fawns. At the last resort you could use ponies or horses as the bodies, but this wouldn't look good, and you probably wouldn't be able to convert them .
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