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Decrepit Dakkanaut

Omadon's Realm

Wow, two forgeworld GUOs, that's a most impressive army mate!

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Fixture of Dakka


Well, I ordered one, and it arrived but the main body piece was damaged. There are two small horns on his head, and they had broken off. I called Forgeworld, and they sent me a replacement body. When I asked if they wanted me to send the broken one back, they said no, that would just cost postage and they can't do anything with it anyway.

So I did some conversion work on the broken one, using the sword from a soul grinder and some parts from the spawn set, plus a lot of green stuff, so that the second guy actually looks somewhat usable.

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Fresh-Faced New User

Hi, im new here and have a reasonably sized daemon army and mainly revolves around nurgle and khorne and i would like to ask some questiond about your models and nurgle in general. Okay first question:
The great unclean one with the opened stomach and looks abnormally fat; how big is he compared to, say a space marine? 'Cause i was considering getting one but not sure how big it is or wether it even worth £100

Second question:
The power 'Aura Of Decay' how exactly does it work and can you use it against spacemarines ? (also it would be nice to specify what you need to roll)

i would be very gratefull if you can answer these questions, thank you
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Automated Rubric Marine of Tzeentch

Most of your army looks absolutely superb, and it must take a rare kind of tenacity to field such a massive Chaos Daemons army in 40k as opposed to Fantasy. Wonderful conversions that I would certainly hold a standard up to for most people who collect to play and not to paint.

My constructive criticism would be the brighter greens that you used on some of the models, most notably that Forgeworld GUO. That brighter green just feels too vibrant and healthy to me for Nurlge daemons, even in the context of all those wounds and sores.

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