Think I have just seen my new Sisters of Slaughters

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Oh myyy.

Harlequin goodness

Think these will make very acceptable conversions :)


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I'm getting them to scratcbuild a Naestra & Arahan myself, think those patterned legs and arms will look perfect.
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Nice Find and Great idea... but 6 for £24? Damn
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Toite.

Love the Solitaire.
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If you can make something that looks better than the existing model out of those, I'll be impressed. They look really...clowny to me.
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As soon as I saw the solitaire I immediately thought slaaneshi/daemon masked ASSASSIN!!!
But then I saw the back pack, that'd require some serious green stuffing skills to conceal without spoiling the flow of the model, that I'm not sure I posses :?
However I'm gonna wait to see it in person and may just go for it.
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Those are some expensive Sisters :P
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The concept totally reminded me of the rumour that they might release some units alone, independently of the book, and with their own rules. I quite like that: getting a unit with its own story, perhaps a mini campaign and the like might keep a single army "fresh" and "changing" for a longer time.
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T.D. wrote:Toite.

Love the Solitaire.


Yeah, I've finally found my army's general. I'm going to buy two, one on foot and one to mount on the Dread Abyssal kit that I'm going to build into a treekin dragon. Just got to gank a pair of swords from somewhere, probably from the Harlequin kits. I'll be putting the hair from the Harlequins on to the SoS heads that are on my Wild Riders and the masks on to some Dark Eldar Wyches to build my Aesloec 'Witch Elves', they're still a great kit and cheaper than the Harlies.

I might end up using the Harlies themselves for characters, say champions or assassins, maybe even as some Shades. I'm hoping for more to follow, this is prime material for my army!
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Makiwara wrote:
T.D. wrote:Toite.

Love the Solitaire.


Yeah, I've finally found my army's general. I'm going to buy two, one on foot and one to mount on the Dread Abyssal kit that I'm going to build into a treekin dragon. Just got to gank a pair of swords from somewhere, probably from the Harlequin kits. I'll be putting the hair from the Harlequins on to the SoS heads that are on my Wild Riders and the masks on to some Dark Eldar Wyches to build my Aesloec 'Witch Elves', they're still a great kit and cheaper than the Harlies.

I might end up using the Harlies themselves for characters, say champions or assassins, maybe even as some Shades. I'm hoping for more to follow, this is prime material for my army!


Thought those would be up your street. Loec-style timing from GW :mrgreen:


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