Grey Seer Thanquol would like a word with you.
Refined warpstone is still warpstone.
Even Thanquol is wary of the stuff, there's several moments in the Gotrek books when he gets cold sweats for having taken too much.
Devouring and sniffing imply a very subtle difference in amounts ingested... as for refined or not... put unrefined oil in your car and tell it it's still gaz. Or if you prefer, cats can and love eating catnip, but there's no way that comes even close to the amounts of grass a cow can eat. Would cat-lovers would be pissed if someone claimed that only cows can eat huge amounts of catnip and survive? I swear, sometimes, you people have odd gripes
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Yea but Nagash injected it! Well he did until he was found OD'd in his very own warpstone den surounded by used needles and a warpstone pipe! Despite that, I like the Warpstone dragon. Immunity from skaven weapons seems pretty nasty though.
Ordered mine it should be here next week.
I still can't understand how this is CHEAPER than the GW equivalent (black dragon). I'm not complaining, at all.... but when I can start ordering my armies off of forgeworld for LESS than I could out of my local shop (even after shipping), something is..... wrong.....
Just as an example I ordered 6 fimir warriors along with this guy to use as trolls. GW trolls for 6 would be $124 after tax here in canadia land, and I paid $155 for the whole order WITH the dragon.
I like the head but I've always thought every dragon model made by GW could do with being a little bigger. I mean... it's a DRAGON. These things should be the equivalent of a titan in 40k. I know compromises must be made for the sake of the ruleset... I guess I'm a born whinger hehe
Get the FW Fire or Chaos Dragon they are suitably impressive next to normal models and still cheaper than a titan in 40k, though they certainly do take some work to prepare. I am still yet to attach the final wing to my chaos dragon as I need to green stuff some other bits first and I've had it for a number of years now then I need to get to work on painting it and constructing the scenic base for it... that's the down side of a 'realistic' dragon but then it looks bloody amazing so I guess it's the price you pay or you live with the concessions GW make to make then wallet, time and size friendly for the average war gamer
To paraphrase Harry: 8th edition and Storm of Magic - BRING IT ON!
Actually Thanquol is known to ingest(as in eat) small amounts of warpstone to help fuel his spells at times. And he's not the only Skaven wizard who does that either. Although I supsect this warpfire dragon consumes a lot more of the stuff then Skaven have been known to, even more than Thanquol.
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