Discussion in 'Itza Gallery of Fine Arts' started by Scalenex, Oct 31, 2014.
Is there an official dread saurian base size?
Not as far as I know.
That’s weird. How do they play it in tournaments then?
You measure from the model, just like tanks in 40k
So update on the base size.
Seems a bit excessive... do they even make bases that size?
Jesus... that’s just stupid, how could you possibly play that?
On the plus side he could hold all board objectives at once lol
Yeah it is ridiculously large. My and my friend don’t play with much terrain, and we usually just use LEGO blocks as terrain. However I feel like this will get the Dread Saurian killed very quickly with the sheer amount of models that could pile around it. I get that it is supposed to have reach but I feel like this is gonna make the dread die quick as well as mess up going around terrain.
Maybe have an in-house rule of flattening any terrain it goes through.
Still leaves it very exposed cause its Too damn Big.
One day, one day I might have a chance of pulling something like this off if I keep practicing xD
Does anyone know what size squad base i would need for a dread? I have invested in on and looming at getting a 3d printed square base.
They do NOT make the correct size base for the Dread Saurian. You need to order it through a third party. It's super dumb.
I know I probably shouldn't post this in the Itza gallery of arts but...
@Fiona Total war Warhammer two Basically put your dread saurian into the game as the literally most powerful, largest and most expensive unit ever made.
The producers of the game may have gotten the inspiration for the dread saurian's color scheme from her work!
Also side note, if (/when) I get this DLC, the first dread saurian I use is going to be named Fiona
not mine saw this on a fb group
HOLY CRAP! THAT IS A BEAST TO BE FEARED!
Look at the size of those GUNS!
Could it even support the weight??? lol
If I'm not wrong, those come from a Warhound Titan.
And I'm not taking into account the Dreadknight rider…
Yeah, born to slay daemons!