So does anyone use this anywhere in their armylists/ armies?

I have done conversions on most of my models that include 8 details (8 sides of shield, maybe something on a banner etc).

But I was thinking today it might be fun to do all my units in multiples of 4 (i.e. 16, 20 or 24, which generally makes it an awkward shape if a character joins them), and the total points cost of the army as a multiple of 4.

On a seperate note, anyone think of why 4 would be relevant to Hashut (aside from the fact that he was probably done as an afterthought)?

4 Legs of the bull

4 corners of the ziggurat

4 gates to Zharr Naggrund

In numerology I think 4 represents the earth, and the 4th dimension (time), both of which are perhaps more relevant to us than the other chaos gods (given our mining and lifespans)?

if hashuts sacred number is four, then there isnt really much you can do with it. you cant have any units size 4, and multiples isnt really using a sacred number at all. 16 bloodthirsters isnt a sacred amount, 8 is, so why would it be different for chaos dwarfs.

apart from modelling your hats four feet tall i cant think of anything else

if hashuts sacred number is four, then there isnt really much you can do with it. you cant have any units size 4, and multiples isnt really using a sacred number at all. 16 bloodthirsters isnt a sacred amount, 8 is, so why would it be different for chaos dwarfs.

apart from modelling your hats four feet tall i cant think of anything else

hmmm. I dont think i use four of anything apart from the Bolt Throwers. 25 Warriors (5x5), 2 units of 15 blunderbuss (5x3), 10 bull centaurs(5x2). Nope, no fours that i can think of.