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I just wanted to share the conversions of a tervigon and a harpy that were made by me and my wife.
Actually, there are two of both creatures.
Harpies were made from trygon tail, carnifex body and dragon wings. The tail was cut so that it would be shorter - after all, we didn't want a trygon with wings. It also helped to fit the harpies on standard MC bases.
The rippers on the bases are magnetized - they are used as wound counters.
So, harpies (click for full size):
Tervigon was made with trygon body, carnifex legs, some grey stuff and random bits from both kits.
There also is a magnetized gaunt on the base of every tervigon. Is shows whether the tervigon can spawn more gaunts. If it can't - then marker is removed.
Tervigons (click for full size):
So, in the end two MCs give you two MCs.
Last edited by Silver; November 19th, 2010 at 13:24.
Really, darling, you must not squirm so. It spoils the overall effect.
I really like the idea of the extra magnetised bits on the bases for wounds etc.
I may have to steal it.
Have some rep.
Oroto ego sum
What CunningStunt said. Well done.
ninjabackhand: point and click, again, really? even after i give you an military term "shock tactic" you still call it point and click.
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Very nice, I like it!
Cool workon those bugs. I think those two are very well done and you should be proud. Reppy for you.
Seconding the sentiment on probably stealing the magnetized counters idea. That's just so much cooler than dice, it should be standard.
Dude, you're bloody amazing!
I would give you rep if I knew how.
I am afraid I will have to steal you're harpy idea...