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Has the size of the 'nids - namely the tyrants and carnifexes - gotten bigger over time? I dug up an old original hive tyrant and it seems rather small compared to the current models out there (by pics only - have no direct models to compare with).

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Yes, but all models in the 40k range have slightly got larger over time.



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Yes, but all models in the 40k range have slightly got larger over time.
Heh, I thought it was just me getting old :p I put tyrant next to a SM captain and he was like "...really?"
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Yeah, in pictures the old Hive Tyrant looks big, but in real life he's about the size of a warrior.


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