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PostSubject: Alternative Models for Wardogs   Fri 6 May 2016 - 1:15

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The men of the Empire have always been experts at raising ferocious bloodhounds to guard their cattle and holdings against roaming Goblins and Beastmen. A highly trained Wardog is a dangerous opponent and worth its weight in gold in Mordheim. If you purchase a Wardog, it will fight exactly like a member of your warband, though it is treated as part of the equipment of the Hero who bought it. You will need a model to represent it on a battlefield. Wardogs never gain experience, and if they are put out of action they have exactly the same chance of recovering as Henchmen (i.e., 1-2: Dead; 3-6: Alive). Wardogs count towards the maximum number of warriors allowed in your warband. You could also use the profile above to represent one of the more exotic animals used by the warbands of Mordheim, such as trained bears, Chaos familiars or even fighting monkeys from the far-off Southlands!

Hi,

I would like to make a list of alternative Modells for Wardogs. But not other dogs, more like Warcats, Warbadger etc..


In my case i am looking for Badger Models. I want to make a dwarfen warband with some wardogs. But instead of little puppies, i want some fierce Badger miniatures.

Badger:
Dark Sword miniatures
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PostSubject: Re: Alternative Models for Wardogs   Fri 6 May 2016 - 5:21

Reaper miniatures is my go to for any and all animals. They have a serviceable badger in one of the familiar packs. And the Dwarf Druid and badger pack. Reaper does allow purchase of bitz, so the badgers can be ordered separately.

02593: Familiar Pack III ($8.99)
03216: Dwarf Druid and Badger ($6.99)

On a side note, StyrofoamKing has rules for monkeys in his Sartosa supplement, in the Add Ons.
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PostSubject: Re: Alternative Models for Wardogs   Sun 15 May 2016 - 11:38

There are all kinds of animal packs on figones website as well.
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PostSubject: Re: Alternative Models for Wardogs   Sun 15 May 2016 - 13:14

Reaper's 02544 Barrow Rats are a possible. They're almost as big as G.W.'s Dire Wolves:



http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/Dire%20Rats/latest/02544

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