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In regards to my Carnifex, who I have always loved. I need to clarify something, it will be very imporant I'm sure and has benn an issue of stress for me in the past.
We all know our Carnifex's can have a very wide range of weapons and bio-morphs. I was wondering this as we legally have to show these upgrades. Is it fair for our opponent to complain if we cant show then all? Example, A carnifex that is both tusked and has regenerate?
What I'm saying or trying to ask is, is it okay to have evey upgrade and not show some?
The following was an outstanding repsonce in the Thread "Broodlord and his BS skill"Originally Posted by PoptartsNinja
This is my first post by the way.
Not being a user of a Carnifex, I've never had this problem. Though I'de say its fair to still feild any model as long as you've done your best. Seem perfectly fine thing to do in my opinion, long as you write down your upgrades.
"Nothing that large should be able to move like that." Sergeant Thresher, 11th Catachan Jungle Fighter
Very important upgrades should be shown but the difficult ones like bonded exoskeleton and such don't really require that, if you want to represent regenrade as well you can always try to fuse heads together, it give a really nasty look to the beast or you make wounds on the carapace that have begun healing.