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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-27-12, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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Hey All,
my Birthday gift to me finally arrived yesterday! Naturally I started to assemble them right away. I got a Decimator and some DKoK stuffs, but as I have noticed a lack of pictures up online in general showing a size comparison or even the model its self, I thought I would put up some quick size pics. I hope to add more pics as I get paint on it too.

Hope you like them.

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Wow, very cool. I've been having an argument with myself about getting a Decimator for the last couple weeks. I wasn't sure how big it was, though-- but that's definitely a good sized model.


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The decimator is great. But VERY tough to get a coversave on that bad boy! I played my first game with my 50% complete deci last night. Double butcher cannons & MoN for the win. The model looks great, is very posable, very easy to construct, very easy to paint and looks plain menacing.

I plan on posting some pics of my own once the painting is complete (... maybe by Monday....)
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I found the legs to be quite a PITA to build, they were just hard to get into place, and it didnt help that I got sent 3 flat feet and none of the stepping forward ones.
I have not put him into a game yet, but as I run EC and Slaanesh Daemons, I am going with MoS.
I was going to go duel Butcher Cannons, but decided to take a seige claw due to the fact it works like a lightning claw and the special heavy flamer rules.
Started painting on the Bronze trim and working on some of the cables last night, I may be able to get pics up soon, except that my HD on my PC at home went all corrupt and wont boot, that is going to take a bit of my painting time to fix up

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