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In a box of warriors, there seems to be one or two warriors that have blades for both arms. I know I can't make them poison blades but I was wondering if I could keep them with the 2 blades. This way I could make them a close combat unit with the +1 for close combat and +1 for charge and +1 attack for charge.
My idea is to take a raider and a squad of the above and jump into the frayed with them to tie up a unit and maybe add a squad of warp beast to go with them.
But by the book I believe the 2 close combat weapons should probably be mandrakes, don't they seem to have a pistol inside the weapon?
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For warriors it says Weapons: Splinter Rifle and doesn't say I can take equipment from the Armoury/Wargear. I am just curious because the sprues have the arms with the blades. What the point of having those?
For the sybarite which can take gear from the armoury.For warriors it says Weapons: Splinter Rifle and doesn't say I can take equipment from the Armoury/Wargear. I am just curious because the sprues have the arms with the blades. What the point of having those?
the extra spikey bits provided on the sprue are purely cosmetic in nature, add them if you want or not. Call them poisoned blades if you wish as there is no official GW weapon for these ever made. Good idea though for a Sybarite upgrade as it will look realistic and the cost to you is zero.
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