the army books that theninthage guys have put together also does a good job of telling you what base size the models should be on. Requires a little thought to figure out what are the equivalent units but it's what I've been doing. These are much nicer.
Yeah, those are good. I was going with a 50x50 base for my Wood Elf Unicorns that I've been working on. Mostly because it's simply fits in a unit of SotT better than a 40x40. It just the size of two Sisters that way.
Funny that the Forest Dragon is still considered to be on a 50x50 base though. Old model I know, but seriously? Chariots have a bigger base than that. I think I might eventually change mine over to a Chariot base as well, if nothing else than to be fair and fit in with all other dragons. (Except for Zombie Dragons. Those bases are ridiculously large for that monster.)
My armies: Empire, Dwarfs, High Elves, Wood Elves, Dark Elves, Lizardmen, Skaven, Tomb Kings, Ogre Kingdoms, Orcs and Goblins, and Skitarii (40K).
Post by gregwarhamsters on Aug 2, 2017 18:02:11 GMT
I thought the fay enchantress was on a 40x40 (just got one off of ebay and it's on a 25x50 which I know is wrong, thankfully it's on a 50x50 on that document, in fact it was the document that make me buy it, I didn't want to be in an "odd foot print" conversation.
Bret/Dwarf/Lizardmen/Tomb King/Wood elf/Vampire counts - Purest of 8th.
Does anyone know how accurate this list is? What is the the source?
For instance, Settra is listed as having a 100X100mm base, but as far as I knew, he was always based on that strange chariot base with two cavalry bases flanking the front. Did GW ever officially rebase him in boxes?
Also, the Wood Elf Forest dragon seems off. Shouldn't its official base size be 50x50mm (the base with which it came)?
Can anyone confirm if the Treeman's base size of 75mmX50mm is correct? Also should the treeman's base be more wide than it is deep, or vice versa?
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