View Full Version : Eldar Weapon Sprue. (Which are which?)

25-04-2010, 23:08
Simple question really, I just got a wave serpent on sprue and I was wondering what the different weapons are on the weapon sprue? The only one I know for certain is the starcannon, which has the weird nubs on the back of it.

25-04-2010, 23:16
How is this in any way a Warhammer Fantasy Battle related question?

Anyway, the long slender ones are brightlances, and the ones who look like big shuriken catapults are shuriken cannons. Not sure if there are any other weapons, but if there are Eldar ML's, those are the ones who look like tulips on the front with some symmetrical holes in the front.

25-04-2010, 23:17
Page 23 of the Eldar codex has a few diagrams of the weapons. They should be able to help you.

Also, on a separate note, you may want to request a mod move this thread as it should be in 40k.

25-04-2010, 23:19
Obviously I'm still used to how the forum used to be organized. >_>

But thanks, that tells me what all of them are. Since the only one left is the scatter laser.

25-04-2010, 23:34
30 Seconds of Google is your friend. (http://cn1.kaboodle.com/hi/img/2/0/0/1d/a/AAAAAmwY4gQAAAAAAB2tSw.png?v=1167027199000)

25-04-2010, 23:43
30 Seconds of Google is your friend. (http://cn1.kaboodle.com/hi/img/2/0/0/1d/a/AAAAAmwY4gQAAAAAAB2tSw.png?v=1167027199000)

This one for you took about 10 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etiquette)

26-04-2010, 00:03
This one for you took about 10 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etiquette)

You might have missed my first reply in this topic, were I did answer his question in a 'friendly' manner.

The second reply was only so he could actually see for himself what's what, so I'd say I'm quite helpful (and most certainly know the code of social behaviour), unlike you who're just now only beeing a smartass.

26-04-2010, 00:10
I cannot help but think that "you who're" was intended to also be seen as "you whore," despite not making sense with the rest of the sentence.

26-04-2010, 00:16
Not in the slightest, that would really violate the code of social behaviour.

"who're" definition: who're (ho̵̅o̅′ər, ho̵or) - who are"

26-04-2010, 01:52
So how long is a venom cannon?