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Posted: Apr 21 2012, 03:55 PM
also known as Bonapork
Member No.: 1,951
Joined: 7-January 05
Well i thought squigs, handlers an hoppers go on 20mm square bases.
But one of my old models got me confused....it is the 2 old metal handlers carrying a prodder and i have those bases on a cavalry base.
1. So is 20 mm right?
2. Did it used to be different in the past?
Posted: Apr 21 2012, 03:59 PM
Group: Trial Moderators
Member No.: 5,753
Joined: 21-April 10
It's 20mm. So the 2 herders should be on a 20x40mm base.
Posted: Apr 21 2012, 09:47 PM
Member No.: 5,534
Joined: 26-October 09
yes, it was different in the past. In the 4th/5th ed the squig unit could only have 2 ranks, the 1st was squigs (same bases as now) and the second handlers (on cavalry bases). Also the prodder gave a +1S bonus and allowed both gobbos to fight from behind the squigs. Oh and squigs had I5
This post has been edited by Piccolo on Apr 21 2012, 09:56 PM