So you can condemn the Nighthaunt for lack of originality, but Fyreslayers get a pass because the fantasy Slayers which they were based off of was a somewhat original idea 25-30 years ago? In terms of the models themselves, the Nighthaunt are more original when compared to their classic WFB counterparts than Fyreslayers are. Fyreslayers are direct copies of fantasy slayers. Zero originality. This is completely irrelevant. We are discussing the aesthetic value of the models themselves, not their fluff. So which of the other first edition factions are as monotonous and boring as Fyreslayers. The entire army (other than the very average monster) is pretty much the exact same thing. Nighthaunt have infinitely more depth and range. The skull faced banshees are just fine. You don't like them, that's fair enough, but they were readily accepted by the community with far more positivity than that crotch monster. You literally have a little boney guy sticking out of the monster's crotch and you're criticizing the face of the banshees! Also, what is with the extreme obsession with originality? Everything draws inspiration from something else. Your beloved Fyreslayers are copies of fantasy slayers which in turn are a tweak on dwarfs (which is hardly original). There is nothing wrong with an artistic take on a classic aesthetic/theme. Would you condemn all of Bretonnia because they are a rehashed version of knights in shining armor? By the same token, Lizardmen are hardly an original concept. No, the crotch monster is simply the worst offender. The whole model looks terrible. If it was only something so trivial, I don't think there would be nearly as many complaints as we currently have floating around. Any model can be made to look good with extensive enough patience, work and greenstuffing skills. We're judging the models as they are, not as they could be after they are painstakingly re-imagined and re-worked.