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09-14-10 11:33 AM
Khorne's Fist I've ordered these heads to use, just to make them stand out that little bit more.
09-13-10 08:13 PM
KhainiteAssassin
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Originally Posted by TheReverend View Post
My latest has two chain axes and looks super grumpy. I think the double CCW marks them out as I assume they wouldn't waste any time with a pistol, they just wanna get up close and personal.
techniquly the MotW units work just fine outside of close combat, they just let their inner beast out as soon as they hit close combat, prefering to fight with their claws over CCWs. but thats cannon.
09-13-10 07:44 PM
TheReverend My latest has two chain axes and looks super grumpy. I think the double CCW marks them out as I assume they wouldn't waste any time with a pistol, they just wanna get up close and personal.
09-13-10 07:11 PM
zas240 thanks for the fast response guys has helped alot
09-13-10 06:12 PM
the-ad-man all you need to do is make them look a little feral, since motw makes them a bit more animalistic.

model on matted hair, cracked armour, crude melee weapons and the like
09-13-10 06:03 PM
gen.ahab Those are full blown wulfen though. Not just marines that have the mark.
09-13-10 06:02 PM
KhainiteAssassin
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There are Wulfen models out there if you choose to use them. They were released around the time of the Eye of Terror Campaign. See 13th Company. Essentially a werewolf in power armour.
unfortunitly, these are out of print, so to speak. you can find them on ebay, but you wont find "new" models of these.
09-13-10 05:58 PM
gen.ahab That's all that they are suppose to have.
09-13-10 05:53 PM
KhainiteAssassin
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Ive just started a small space wolves force, and i was wondering how do you represent the mark of the wulfen on squads? do you have to model them differently or what? thanks
I have been working on this, but currently, all my MotW models have some sort of face painting.
09-13-10 05:49 PM
Epatus There are Wulfen models out there if you choose to use them. They were released around the time of the Eye of Terror Campaign. See 13th Company. Essentially a werewolf in power armour.
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