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Despite having played with the Chaos Space Marines codex for close to three years, there’s still a ton in there I haven’t tried out. One of those things is the Steed of Slaanesh. The Juggernaut of Khorne is an obvious choice for a daemonic ride because you gain +1A, +1W and +1T and it’s only marginally more expensive than the other beasts; actually cheaper than the Palanquin of Nurgle. The benefits of the Steed of Slaanesh is +1A, Outflank and Acute Senses. Of course you need the Mark of Slaanesh, so +1I on top of it.
It’s something I’ve pondered over the years, using the steed, but just never got around to trying it out. I was going through some models I have that I bought off Khorne Inquisitor before he moved and saw the Cold One I got from him. I think he was using it for his Herald of Slaanesh and it seemed like a good choice for my steed of Slaanesh.
I took Berzerker legs and cut them to reposition to wrap around the Cold One. I’m working on some sculpting to detail things out a bit more; something more appropriate for a Lord or Sorcerer to stand out. The waist is magnetized to swap out the rider easily, again for Lord or Sorcerer. The legs are also magnetized to the Cold One. It was already setup that way when I got it so I figured I may as well run with it.
I admit that the model does seem a tad on the large side on top the steed. I’m trying to work out how I can minimize that appearance and I think it might come down to basing. I can’t very well make the model less bulky. The base it’s on now will get changed. It’s a cool base that Khorne Inquisitor had cast but it won’t work with my snowy basing. Maybe when I redo the base I’ll give the model some elevation to give another focal point and reduce the appearance of the bulky model on the steed.