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I am wanting to start a new army, and I would like to do Kislev's. I do own the booklet for Kislev that was made for them, but it has them as an allied contingent. I thought that I saw somewhere that there was a complete army list so that you caould run them on their own without using them as allies. Does anyone know, or am I just to use them as allies? Thanks
I shall call him Squishy, and he shall be mine, and he shall be my Squishy.
I think you can run them as their own army from that list too. Ice magic is cool! Ill check the book in a bit and see what i can find. Watch for an edit.
Top of page 10, something along the lines of:
''Although designed to be an allied contingent list, may be fielded as a full indepandant list. Obviously limited as its intended as contingent, but still possible''
So yes, it appears you may use them alone!
As you will be a little restricted in choice, id probably say its best to use an Empire army (Kislev themed obviously!) as the main, with a Kislev contingent.
Although, if you want the level 4 Ice Mage at 2K then go for it though her magiv backup may be a but lacking.
Last edited by Phoenix; February 23rd, 2008 at 03:30.
I don't think they can, given that the rules only cover rules for them as Allies. It sucks, but I think that's the rules. Someone feel free to disprove it, you'll have my blessings.
As for Ice Magic, that's Katarins, and you can have her in 3K games.
I guess you could just count Empire/Brettonians as Kislevite military. The Knights of the Realm would be a good stand in for trainee knights and allow you to have that Mongolian feel about them with Dan Abnett gave the impression of in Riders of the Dead.