So you go out and buy yourself a Trygon/Mawloc kit, and what a great kit it is, all the bitz to make either the Trygon Prime, Trygon or Mawloc! It has to be said for sure that GW are doing a great job with all the new kits coming though, but why don't they take it one stage further!
When I got my first Trygon kit I had visions of making it in a way that I could change it around between the three versions, but this proved more difficult than I had originally thought! I am sure people have done it, but It does seem to be very difficult to make an interchangeable, magnetised model from just one kit. If only GW had given us the option to easily change the heads around at the very least!
In the end I settled on making the Trygon Prime as a base model, at least I would be able to double him up as a normal Trygon if needed, and as usual I know that my buddies would let me use it as a Mawclaw if I wanted to as well, but how about in a Tournament?
The question I have for you guy's is how does this model work in tournaments your way? Do you have to model it up exactly as a Trygon or Trygon Prime? Or can you switch it around? Could you even say it's a Mawclaw? How about if you made one model out of all the different bitz! Would you be able to take it to a tournament as either one of the three models?
11 Inowrocławski Konkurs Modelarski (2017) - "8 Inowrocławski Konkurs Modelarski" was mainly modeling event. On the competition were however categories, associated with figures and busts. Inowrocław ...
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