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After altering the list, using the advice I have been given, this is what I have come up with. I still appreciate any input. Since I only have one Beastherd purchased at the moment, the entire list can be rewrote in pretty much any way.
Wargor- Additional Hand Weapon, Chaos Armor, Horn of the Great Hunt. 104
Bray Shaman- Level 2, Staff of Darkoth. 135
Wargor- Battle Standard, Heavy Armor. 89
Beast Herd- 12x Gors, Additional Hand Weapon. 8x Ungors. Musician and Standard. 131
Beast Herd- 12x Gors, Additional Hand Weapon. 7x Ungors. Musician and Standard. 127
5x Warhounds of Chaos
5x Warhounds of Chaos
4x Minotaurs- Great Weapons. 184
EDIT: Some point totals removed. Gotta watch out for that copyright stuff! ~DavidVC04
Last edited by DavidWC09; July 13th, 2006 at 03:31.
Excellent hero choices, I presume each hero will go with a Beast herd? Any idea which units you'll want to be ambushing? You have 8 with Ambush so up to four units/characters can ambush.Originally Posted by SinphoniteGood beast herds here, you haven't listed shields for ungors so I presume they don't have any (which is a wise choice!). Although you can afford it, you might consider that you don't really need Foe-Renders in two of the three herds because they'll be joined by Wargors. Foe-Renders are generally needed for their higher Leadership stat, but since the Wargors will be present (and have even higher Ld), the Foe-Renders just become an expensive extra attack. You are already 7 points over your limit (which is a whole Gor), so you could drop two Foe_Renders and then buy four more Gors!Originally Posted by SinphoniteGood support units, the Warhounds are useful in a variety of roles (flank attacks, screening, baiting, etc), and the Chariots are best used together in a combined charge. While it is a well put together and flexible army, the only thing that concerns me is your lack of hard hitting units. Apart from the chariots, you've got very few things that can take out heavily armoured or very tough enemies. Against Bretonnians and Dwarfs for example, you'll be hard pressed to make a dent, while the Bretonnians will just trample all over you and your beasts will simply bounce off the Dwarf lines! If you think you'll be facing these kinds of opponents, you might want to think about taking some Minotaurs, Ogres or even some Chaos Knights.Originally Posted by Sinphonite
"Peace, through superior firepower."
I didn't think about that, thanks. I just wanted the additional leadership, so that there would be a decent chance of them showing up in the right place. But with the Bray Shaman leading one it isn't necessary. I'll drop the Foe Renders, and hold onto the points for...Originally Posted by Tzeentch LordOriginally Posted by Tzeentch Lord
I noticed that, but the only way I could think of to make points would be to drop a Beast Herd, since I would prefer to keep two chariots to work in tandem. I could only send one Hero into Ambush with the Beastherd then. But that's not too big of an issue, it just becomes a nasty suprise as opposed to a massive part of the strategy. One Hero would also be left out in the open though...
I could drop a Beast Herd and one Ungor from the Ambushing Beast Herd for 4 Minotaurs with Great Weapons. And Heavy armor for the BSB, putting me at 1,000 points exactly.
Last edited by Sinphonite; July 10th, 2006 at 22:15.