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If I want to go 2xST on my Tyrant, should I use the ones that come with the Tyrant and the big Warrior ones that come on their special weapon sprue? Or should I use a Carnifex's ST (bigger ones) and the ones that come with the Tyrant? Thanks!
Use whichever you think looks best. If you're looking for opinions on what looks better, well, I'm still kinda hung up about the new Tyrant model (I actually quite liked the old one) so I'll let someone else answer that (and I really couldn't say, they'd both look okay)
I think Silent tempest nailed it pretty much on the head.
Heck, you could even use hormagaunt ones to go for the T-Rex look. If you do this, just remember to greenstuff a fez on his head. :yes:
LO RulesOriginally Posted by AnonymousOriginally Posted by Cyric
Yeah, which ever looks the best. Personally I would use the carnis and the tyrants as they both match and I think it looks a little silly to have the armor plated talons and then the bulky old talons that come with warriors. This has always been a question. In 3rd edition some people used the generic ravenor talons and some used the monsterous ones. You could even use lictor talons if you wanted, its completely up to you.
Originally Posted by The Paint Monkey
Tes it is up to you. I suggest taking a look in the classic section in mail order if you want something odd. One word of warning. If you go for the Carnifex and Hive tyrant scything talons you may find they don't fit well together so I suggest you check before you start pinning and glueing.
Haha, good idea on the Hormagaunt scything talon, I am going to do something like that on my next Tyrant. Big creature with tiny little claw! :w00t:
Anima Tactics - try it out!
As for the tyrant, I saw a person use 4 lictor arms (2 regular ones, and 2 death-leaper claws). He had a few other conversions on his tyrant, but the overall effect of the lictor claws made a very interesting model (the only problem I saw with them was the claws were a little too thin to be on something that big)
I play my 40k with friendly fire.
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