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As I am writing fluff for my3 armies (DE kabal, DE cult, and my own craftworld using ultwhĂ© rules), it occured to me that it might be cool and fluffy if all three of the armies were allied, or working together under harliquin leadership, so I decided to get myself a harlie HQ for use in some of my high point lists. I thought of a shadow seer, who could join my cc oriented seer council, or my archon/drachite, and help out in cc, while also using his powers to make them last longer. I thought of using a shadow seer like this:
+ Fusion Gun (are plasma guns better?)
+ Shuriken Pistol w. bio-ammo (instead of an extra CCW. Will be used against hordes, instead of the fusion gun. Is it worth it?)
What say you?
I use the latest edition rules, I dont know what ed. they are, but I always use the latest upgrade. The 5 powerblade attacks/round is nice, the psycic powers are nice, and the shooting is not half bad either. But what pistol would you recomend? Plasma or fusion?
I'd take neither...I believe they FoF, right? They should FoF beside your Seer Council, if you'll be FoFing them.Originally Posted by Farseer Sareld
And according to a deep-reading of the rules, a wonderful combo is: Harlequin's Kiss, Powerblades.
Now before you go and say weapon effects can't stack, they aren't. Powerblades have been listed time and again under Wargear and not weapons. Therefore, you CAN combine the effects of a Kiss and Pblades.
I usually take: Kiss, Pblades, Shuriken Pistol (no upgrades), D-Field, and any other silly things I want to throw onto him.
I find it a little un-kosher to have TWO weapons strapped to the same forearm... but yeah, that combo would rock. I chose to use pistols because my council usually walks between two guardian squads behind my wraithlord, fortuning all of them, and mindwar stuff instead of FoF.
I play my shadowseer almost exactly like Lost Nemesis save I prefer the Dread Mask to the D-field. The kiss/powerblade combo is extremely effective and there's little more satisfying then seeing your opponents big tough Khorne prince (or other uber cc hq unit) die before it can even strike.
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I can only agree that it rocks... 5 attacks/round, wounds on 2+, no saves allowed plus 16% chance of removing all wounds from a model at once per wound inflicted.Its so damn cruel! But how did you make your model? And I still think that IÂ´ll give him a pistol. Whats best? Plasma or fusion? I cant seem to find the stats for the plasma pistol anywhere...
Just go with the Fusion...AP1 should help out, methinks, if it's the same Fusion type as Tau, lol.Originally Posted by Farseer Sareld
I modelled mine from an Eldar Ranger, actually...let me see if I can dig up the picture on GW...
Click here for the model I used.
I used the first one they show, the one with the Power Sword and Pistol. I cut the rifle off as best as I could, trying to make the holster seem to be like the Scabbard for the sword on his back. I painted the cloak pink with dark blue pokadots. His mask was bright green, and there was a lot of brightness and stuff. Using Green Stuff, I "melded" a blade from a DE Splinter Rifle onto his arm (with the pistol) to represent a powerblade.
I probably could have done better, but I'm not too skilled...need to practice s'more. I'll see about getting a picture or two in the future.
This would be good, if it's possible... but this is from the Harlequin Codex from GW. If you're using a different Codex then maybe it'll work. butOriginally Posted by Farseer SareldAs for the plasma pistol, i think its the same as the imperial model...Note 3: Some Harlequin characters may be armed with two
special close combat weapons, for example a Harlequinsâ€™ Kiss
and a power weapon. You may only use the special rules for one
close combat weapon (in this example either wound on a 2+ or
ignore armour saves) though you still gain +1 attack for a second
close combat weapon.
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