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I'm a veteran 40k player and am interested in starting Warhammer Fantasy. I'm stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to picking an army, I want either ogres or betonnians and don't know which to pick. Could you please explain to me what each army does best and in a face off which one would most likely win the day. I have referred to each of the "thinking of starting ogres/brets?" and got some insight but didn't feel quit enlightened. Could you please tell me the good, the bad, and the ugly, before I commit to an army.
Thanks in Advance,
i can't comment on OK but as far as Bretts go its amazingly satisfying army to paint for starters- deciding on heraldry etc, and it is an army that rewards giving it a background story as well. The models are very nice and it looks very impressive.
On the playing side there are some very good units to choose from, and although there aren't stacks of different troop types its varied enough to be interesting. Brettonian knights in a lance formation are some of the best troops in the game too.
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Play ogres if you like a beefed up orc feel. Cause they play kind of similar from what i've read. I haven't played against ogre kingdoms. Bretonnians are rewarding but very time consuming to paint. I've been working on them for a while and it feels like you have to paint most of the models seperatly and not in the assembly line style to give them all a unique feel. Ogres are more about brute strength and stupidity (my speciality) and Bretonnians are all about prestige honor and pushing peasants in horse manure.