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I'm new to this site and I was just curious if anyone has ever thought about using guardian bodies as a basis for dark Eldar, I mean those Dark Eldar models suck. I don't usually bad mouth GW, I see that too much the way it is but c'mon the basic Dark Eldar model isn't very well done.
I've seen it don't I almost did it myself. It can be as easy as just painting them dark. Personaly I like the warrior models. I think that most of the spure is great all but the big haired head god that is a horriable head I use it as a hell mask because I feel it's that scary.
Prey they don't take you alive
hahahaha funny you should say that because that big haired freak is what scared me off dark eldar for a while in the first place haha. I mean sure its scary but for all the wrong reasons.
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I use the guardian body with a Dark Eldar head and extra blades from the sprue for the splinter cannon warriors as they have a wider stance than a normal warrior and the wierd looking "go fast" swept back hair head I only use for the reaver riders to represent the speed they are travelling at.
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