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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-29-17, 09:48 AM Thread Starter
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I'm on the hunt for ideas for an exodite army list using the Lizardman/Seraphon range - Stegodon, Bastiladon, Carnosaur etc

How tall are the stegadon/bastiladon?
I'm thinking of using one of the as support weapon platforms. I'd like to convert one to have shadow weavers on the back and just combine the profile - which would give me a T5, 12w beast, which loses d6 shots when it loses 4 wounds. I'm thinking of making a turret similar to the old FW eldar firestorm.

But height is important as I'd like to keep it as a similar height to the actual support weapons so there's no 'modelling for advantage' complaints.

I'm also thinking of using a carnosaur as a wraithlord - but I've no idea on the carnosaur size and whether it would be comparable?

The list I'm thinking is

2 big squads of rangers
2 Big squads of Striking scorpions
5 Shining spears (already converted using DE cold ones)

Then a shadow weaver squad and a wraithlord.

Can anyone think of any other possible conversions using the Lizardman/Seraphon range?

Thanks in advance

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Bastilodon should be okay for the Support Weapon. They're not overly massive.

The carnosaur though is significantly larger than a wraithlord and occupies an oval base that it overhangs on each end. If your regular opponents are okay with that, then go for it. It will be much easier to hit with ranged weapons though.

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