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    What models to use as razorwing flocks ?

    Hi guys,

    I just wondered what models you are planning on using as count as razorwing Flocks as I'm real fond of them but can't get my head straight on anything 40kish and birdish enough to suit them on the field.

    Any ideas ? or does anyone know if GW will or has already released some models ?


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    GW has released models for all the beastmaster beasts. They do get a bit pricey though if you plan on make any largish sized beastmaster packs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Humanoid Typhoon View Post
    GW has released models for all the beastmaster beasts. They do get a bit pricey though if you plan on make any largish sized beastmaster packs.
    Dark Eldar Razorwing Flock | Games Workshop

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    Oooh, shame on me. thanks for the info guys. Still, the cost/look of the model doesn't convince me to buy them at all... I'm pretty sure I'll find a fine conversion. Maybe great eagles from the fantasy range, or some more bladed/drone like models.

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    Just put one a base and you save 30 bucks easy, plus in my opinion they look a lot better.

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    I use gargolyes with some conversion work. Easy and cheap. Plus, they come 10 in a box with flying bases. Win.

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    Do note that the official model for a Razorwing Flock is on a 40mm base, so your conversion will have to be as well.
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    WHFB Vampire Count Bat Swarms!

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    @ Gardeth : That's exactly what I'm doing. Already got 2 boxes. I like the way they look. They make me think of those black winged things in gears of war that fears light and that you don't get to know too well because they are somehow invulnerable in the game... but mighty cool.

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