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I'm wondering if you need your opponments permission to use a dogs of war unit in an army. I have had been told by people whom have been playing a long time that you do and you don't and i'm getting confused and all becasude i'm using a unit of heavy cavalry in my dwarf list as a dogs of war unit.
The only restriction is that they are rare picks so you can't have many - but i think adding a unit of light or heavy cav to a dwarf army is good - you can send it around the flank to slow an oppenents flanking moves, harass enemy warmachines or if you are playing O&G a small unit of light cav would be good for triggering fantatics. The only things you need to get an opponents approval for are some apecial characters as far as i am aware. In the group that i play with, no special characters are allowed unless prior approval is given but for DOW no agreement is needed.
as Dogs of War are mentioned specifically in the army book as a rare choice then i dont think your opponent can complain, if they have a huge problem with it there is nothing stopping them from taking a DOW unit or regiment of renown themselves (unless they are playing as Brettonians)
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Well, generic Dogs of War units are all rare choices, but most of the unique Regiments of Renown units can be taken as special choices. Except the snooty Bretonnians, all armies can take Dogs of War and Regiments of Renown, although there are additional exceptions on some Regiments of Renown, but they are specifically noted for each unit.Originally Posted by Gorrporrin
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