A little while ago, I wanted to make some Sneaky Gits. To do this, I used Skaven Plague Monks for the bodies and arms (Minus the tails) and the Goblin Regiment for heads.
The Plague Monks have two knifes, one in each hand and with a little plastic rod, you can mount on the Goblin’s heads. Instant Sneaky Gits!
Now for the amazing discovery…The Goblin Regiment gives you 40 Goblin heads and 20 of each style of legs - Riding Wolves and Standing.
This may not seem like much, but with 2 boxes of Chaos Hounds (10 per box) You could technically make 20 Sneaky Gits and 20 Hobgoblin Wolf Riders with bows…and that’s just what I think I’m going to do! :hat off
Or buy the real wolves? OK, a little bit more expensive, but I just don’t think Chaos Warhounds make good wolves. Too mutated. Nor do they make good Fleshhounds for that matter. But it is a good idea. I might have to look into buying said regiments.
I picked up a box of goblin wolf riders for their wolves (I have the metal hobgob riders) and riding feet (for hobgob conversions), but I sure will look into using those heads and plague monk bodies to make some sneaky gits and it’s nice to know what all comes in the normal goblin regiment box.