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OttoMunoz
Youngblood
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PostSubject: Otto's Marienburgs   Wed 23 Sep 2009 - 17:39

I just wanted to show off my Marienburg WIP
Here's the Captain

This Champion I found in my local gaming store for $3! I guess the new wave of 40k players didn't find him intriguing. I sure did!

A Youngblood. HIs hand seems a bit big. I may replace it.

This guy was fun to put together. He has the metal arms from the old metal and plastic handgunners box, head and legs from the new archer box and torso from the old soldiers of the empire kit. He's got a canteen in his left hand by the way. with wine in it.

I have debated with I should have this guy in the warband or not. I still haven't decided.

I cut off the end of the blunderbuss in the Free Company box and it's now a handgun.

and this guy has a repeater pistol, and a short sword.

Let me know what you think!

Otto
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Horatio
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PostSubject: Re: Otto's Marienburgs   Wed 23 Sep 2009 - 17:47

Your captain almost strikes me as too militaristic for Marienburgers but I'm sure that'll be cured by a good paintjob.

I may be new to the game but I still love that classic Champion. His shoes strike me as a little square though. Just not to my taste.

That youngblood looks suitably lost and confused!
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Myntokk
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PostSubject: Re: Otto's Marienburgs   Wed 23 Sep 2009 - 18:20

I like the look of them so far, and as to the youngblood in the picture his hand looks fine to me, so I would leave it, but it's hard to say when you can't see the figure in person so you'd know best.
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DeafNala
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PostSubject: Re: Otto's Marienburgs   Thu 24 Sep 2009 - 2:03

FINE LOOKING War Band. I also like the hand as is, & the square toed shoes ARE correct historically speaking. The canteen though just doesn't make it with moi...it's out of context with the mini unless he had access to an Army Surplus store...a wine bottle would look MUCH cooler. Have FUN painting the Lads up.


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PostSubject: Re: Otto's Marienburgs   Thu 24 Sep 2009 - 17:47

They look very marienburguesque for me.Very nice work.Love that yongblood!
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