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Hi, i'm new here, only just having got the Eldar bug after a lengthy tour of duty with MarineCorps!
I'm more of a collector, modeller and painter than gamer, but still like to make any models legally playable.
I've just bought my first Wraithlord and am busy putting him/her together.
I want to emulate the style and grace of the Revenant Titan and so have picked 2 x flamers (shoulder mounted), 1 x Brightlance (arm mounted) and 1 x Power Sword.
My question is.....is it legal to mount the brightlance on the arm, or should it be shoulder mounted?
Thanks in advance
The most common is shoulder mounted. However, since the codex can't state it (it's not a vehicle to say hull-mounted or sponson or such), I'm pretty sure that you can place it on the arm.
Welcome back from the Corps and thank you for your service.
I really that idea as I plan on doing the same with my wraithlord once I get him. That is completely legal because monstrous creatures are treated just like infantry when shooting, except they can fire all their weapons on the move.
It doesn't matter where you put it since all ranges to and from the Wraithlord are measured from the base, and not from the weapon.
Thanks guys for your input, I was hoping that might be the case but as I haven't played since RT I was unsure (in those days they were Eldar Dreadnoughts). In terms of visualisation, I am wanting to run a pair of these, the other with twin flamers/twin star cannons, and combine them with either the Forgeworld Avatar, or the new(ish) Wraithseer, or perhaps both?
That's an awesome pose, I tried to model it launching into a run, but it didn't come out quite like that, but a tiny snippet on the shoulder socket allowed me to raise the left arm allowing it to look as though he's firing at a tank, or something, with the head inclined to follow the shot, the left shoulder flamer follows this same trajectory, the right shoulder flamer doing a Predator and shooting some dudes to the far right. I'll pop a pic up when he's all glued up
I took the extra Pulse laser from the old Fire Prism set and green-stuffed the back of it, the normal bright lance is too puny for my liking . The Wraithlord holds it in his two hands with the weapon close to his body. looks a bit like he is on guard duty. From time to time i field him with a wraithsword so I put a magnet on his waist to show that he has one to wield in close combat.