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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-03-09, 05:35 PM
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I have a forgeworld dreadnought and some conversion doors on a rhino. I deffinatly think it is worth it to distinquish your models.

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I have quite a few FW models and plan to purchase more. Yes we use them in regular and Apoc games. Stuff like iconic doors, shields and shoulder pads are not game changers, just stuff to dress up your army. As for game altering models we will work that out before a game and usually we will allow it, especially with our club. I like to use my nasty stuff so I have to allow my opponent to as well, no? If I'm playing a stranger then we will work it out, or not use that stuff...whatever.

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I want the space marine gunship but I can't ever see myself using it because its so big. It would just look great.

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Yes I have several Tau pieces such as a R'myr, AX-1-0 etc. The army is the army. Some don't wanna play against FW which is fine. They find another oponent. This generally leads to people that are more laid back about their armies as well as tend to use FW stuff in their armies as well.

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I'm planning on picking up some Dread stuff. Mainly depends on which main cult i choose for chaos, yes I know chaos dreads, but I gotta say all the dreads look pretty sweet. I want them all

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post #16 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-04-09, 05:47 PM
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The detail on forge world models is fantastic. Resin can be a bugger to work with (especially when cippling) but it does produce some fantastic models. I started to use forge world for rhino doors but then went for the enclosed basilisk and then for the Thousand Sons dread. This model is superior to the one GW have on their shelves and i play it despite the 'crazy' rule just because its a beautiful model. I would use FW more if i had the cash, some of their scenery makes me :drool:

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No FW models yet but I plan on getting their GUO. Only non-GW model in my Daemon army so far is the Ultraforge Lord of Pestilence

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I currently have the FW Greater Daemon Lord Great Unclean One and my An'ggrath the Unbound has not arrived yet. My wife and I are also going to be purchasing a Reaver titan to use with our witch hunter army.

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