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    What Size Bases?

    As I am planning to start Nids soon, a friend of mine found a bunch of 2nd or 3rd ed nids on sale at a local game shop and got them for me for my birthday. I've reason to believe they are second edition since all of the following models have square bases. So what I need to know is what size bases do following models have in 4th ed.

    Zoanthrope
    Warrior
    Biovore

    From looking at the pics on the GW website, it looks like they are using 40mm bases.

    They sure have changed the Zoanthrope and Biovore from when they were metal.

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    Thropes are still metal, just very different looking metal models :p And yes, 40mm bases for those.

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