Do It Yourself. This is the common term used to describe a unique and original army that has been created with it's own background story. These armies are fully usable in games as long as they follow appropriate rules.Archeantus said:Diy?
I disagree, i think Saim-hans color scheme is ok ... Iyaden has the far worst color scheme of any army in 40k. the army looks like walking easter eggs :x although they have cool looking troopsnanfoodle said:Well i beleive the least used craftworld would either be Iyaden or Saim han because like others have said Saim-hans color scheme sucks and there expensive $ wise.And Iyaden has a pretty cool scheme but there extremely pricey(yet again $ wise).But Ulthwe and Alaitoc are SWEET!:yes:
WraithGuardian said:Well you can do some color changing, you dont need to paint the whole Iyanden force blue and yellow or white and green or etc. Paint them however you want and make em look the best they can. My Iyanden wrath units are black armored with light armor in the center of the platings while the head area is shinning silver and guess wut, it looks amazing, And secondary, San-Hann red color sheme might not be the best but who says you gota paint em red, the rules state MOSTLY red colors as well as black/white inlining, mostly doesnt mean all, so everyone is free to paint anything however they want.
How can Jetbikes take starcannons and CTM? I assume you mean the Vyper.Colonel_Ellios said:Some possible Saim-Hann builds that come to mind: Mini-Seer Council on Jetbikes (incredibly effective). Nuadhu Fireheart (pretty darn good character!). Multiple jetbike squads w/ starcannon and CTM and guide (just sick...).