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Posted: Apr 30 2012, 09:37 AM
Member No.: 1,530
Joined: 29-March 12
Unit fillers are mostly for people who don't want to buy a lot of models or who want to make their units look cool
example the gw scenery kit garden of morr is an easy way replace a lot of skeletons/zombies
you can use the buildings (3 of them) to replace something of 10 skeletons each per unit
also adds some extra sight to them
Posted: Apr 30 2012, 04:36 PM
Member No.: 1,452
Joined: 16-December 10
That sounds pretty cool. Would you just keep track of wounds separately for those pieces? Just have pen and paper nearby tallying up wounds taken and when the fillers amount is used up, remove it.
I'll definitely have to give this a try. I can split my existing Gors into two units and add filler to bulk up each part.
I also agree about the extra sight added. There are a few logs on warseer i've been lurking on and I always liked the little dioramas used for filler. Those pieces are really creative and its like having awesome scenery as part of the army.
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