The answer is yes. This command squad was built using Games Workshop’s mini-set of clip-together cultists, which retails at a tiny £6. A significant saving, yes, but in their standard form they would be no good as a command squad: they are simply armed and a bit dull. So, with a few added bits, I’ve come up with five models that will join my overall commander (the model of which varies depending on what commander upgrade I choose) in leading my IA:13 Renegade army.
First up, the simple goons. These two didn’t really need much changing, as they are there to fill the unit to minimum size. I did swap the combat weapon of the model on the left for a grenade, for some variety and to show the unit has grenades equipped.
Next up is a vox-opperator. This model was given an extra antenna, using a piece of paper-clip and a round ring, formally an Ork Shoota's iron sight. I think it needs another aerial or something, and then it can qualify as the command-vox.
The banner bearer was a fun model to make. I used one of the close-combat Cultists from the set, the one that wasn’t running, as this had the best posture. I remove the combat weapon, and used a length of brass rod for the banner pole. The banner comes from a Vampire Counts set, with the wings removed from the skull.
The head is one of Pig Iron Productions, from their Kolony Ferals set.