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What model is used for the Venom. I checkded all the Eldar and could not find anything to be used a a transport.
They tell you how to kinda build on on the GW site in the Eldar->Harlequin section next to the link for the PDF of the rules.
I believe its a dark eldar radier and an eldar vyper. Kinda alot of money to make one of them IMO.
you can just buy the venom and make the plat form with balsa wood or plastic card.
do gods exist in this world? or did man just made god in his image? if you do not agree answer this, why do we portrait gods as humans? why do our gods look like us? if gods are mighty and powerful then why do they look like the weak.
I think they used a mix of parts from the DE raider and the Eldar Vyper but im not exactly sure.
I used a Vyper and bitz from the DE Raider, mine looks more like the Venom shown in the PDF Codex then the one they show you how to build on the website.
A little revive, but are venoms worth it? I mean they only hold 6 units. Since I use the EO rules because my friends allow it, I bought a wraithlord instead. Should I save up for a Venom or another Wraithlord?
I love my Wraithlord, and I like the Venom as well. In the end it really depends on what you like, what fits with your game style and just go from there.
Well, it's a mix of fluff reasons and gaming reasons. I could be wrong, but Spiritwalkers are essentially Solitaire souls saved from Slaanesh, and as such are both rare, and very sacred. I've heard of instances of fluff where a spiritwalker's appearance is a huge motivation, much like a Avatar of Khaine.
Besides, Venoms are great for getting your solitaire into place without him dying before even landing a hit from heavy fire.