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November 24, 2011 by beerogre
Do you want your Space Marines to look like Samurai… of course you do!
Then check out these conversion bits from Kromlech.
Cyber Samurai Backpacks
Cyber Samurai Heads
I like the Confession Machine. Nice bit of scenery and fairly inexpensive. But I can’t see using those heads on 40k Marine’s without seriously changing up the armor to match O-Yoroi stylistically. I think if they added some appropriate shoulder pads you could get away with it.
I’m getting the strangest sense of deja vu…
That’s because we entered the twilight zone OOOOHHHH!
Yes this is a repost that I still like. Just need them to do some IG style Oni masks then I’ll be happy.
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