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    Inquisitor Captain Brown's Avatar
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    Squig Alternative Models

    So has anyone found a cheap alternative to add some Squigs to a 40K force?

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    CB
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    Re: Squig Alternative Models

    Green stuff. Make them out of the green stuff.

    I built my spore mines that way. You can economize by using sprue as your base and just filling it out.
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    Re: Squig Alternative Models

    Try CP Models, they have a 28mm carnosaur creature that would suit.

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    Re: Squig Alternative Models

    https://www.warmongerminiatures.com/...orcling-scouts

    These were a bit spendy as they ship from the UK (I'm on the US West Coast). But holy hell were they an absolute blast to paint. I'm using them as Squig Hoppers in WHFB.
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