A Little Bit of Quick Help

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A Little Bit of Quick Help

Post by Blank Dav » Tue, 16 Oct 2001 14:38:15



I'm looking to ask a kinda odd question, and I'm hoping someone might be
able to point me in the right direction anyway.

I play  a miniature based wargame called Warhammer Fantasy Battles, and I'm
assembling a skaven army.  Skaven are rat men, that about sums it up.  The
problem is just about all other skaven players paint them up in a solid
brown pattern, which I find rather boring.  When I asked around, someone
suggested painting the different types of units up as different breeds of
rats, which I thought was rather interesting.

Now where do you nice people come in?

Being fans of rats, I'm hoping you might be able to point me in the right
direction for some rat based info, on both domesticated and wild rats.
Factors  I would like to look at would be size, colouration, intellegence,
aggresiveness and rarity.  Based on that, I can try to assign what type of
unit they will become.

Thanks in advance,
Blank Dave
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A Little Bit of Quick Help

Post by AshenDrago » Tue, 16 Oct 2001 15:06:28


www.rmca.org
www.ratfanclub.org
www.afrma.org
www.nfrs.org

Hope these help. They'll have a lot more links for you to follow.


dulcet tones on 14 Oct 2001:

Quote:
> Being fans of rats, I'm hoping you might be able to point me in the
> right direction for some rat based info, on both domesticated and wild
> rats. Factors  I would like to look at would be size, colouration,
> intellegence, aggresiveness and rarity.  Based on that, I can try to
> assign what type of unit they will become.

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