MattL wrote:Although the model is based on 40k, are the names based on Command & Conquer?
Goto is from KOTOR and Vrasku is from LoTR, both names are unoriginal, but I've always wanted a dreadnought named Goto.
Funky Weasel wrote:
Those are the nuts!
I am a big fan of the extraneous tubing on Mr Blue. My only structural concern is that the legs look like weak points - enemy snipers might easily cripple these fine war machines by concentrating fire and blowing a leg off.
Potentially avoidable by building shin-armour onto the legs or projecting up from the feet, but risks obscuring the nice mechanical detailing.
Snipers won't work when these things have been drop podded right behind them. Besides, they can always crawl to the foe, and they still have guns, which means there is a 9" no go zone around them. Also, ignoring the almighty amount of Space Knights that go with them is ever so dangerous.
james+burgundy wrote:wow that is like crap it pains me to even point my eyes toward the images. It is a insult to 40k you should be ashamed
Put your money were your mouth is boy, make some of your own dreadnoughts or shut up! The only shame I have comes from that one night I was with your mom in bed.
Hell, you can attempt to insult me all you want, it still doesn't hide the fail of insulting over the internet.
I only said "based" because I am not one for space marines as a whole, only the killy machines they use. These do fit nicely into my Space Knight army, which uses Storm Troopers as basic troops, who lovingly die in droves.