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11-17-10 12:04 AM
Raptor_00 For a hero or lord they should be fine. GW uses what is called "Heroic 28mm" which when compared to regular 28mm models, GW's look bigger. So a 32mm should be fine. Your lord will just be larger, more muscular, the perfect leader for an army.

Now, if you are playing an army with smaller models, skaven come to mind, the lord may look huge. Any elf, human, undead, ork, lizard armies should be fine though.
11-16-10 11:27 PM
32mm Comparable to 28mm?

Hey everyone,

I found a couple of 32mm scale models I would like to use... How would they fit in with the 28mm scale of WHFB? Would they work for hero/lord type characters?


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