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Hey there, ==Me== here.
Still building up a Daemon list for both systems so here's what I've come up with to work towards.
Lord of Change-Breath of Chaos, Master of Sorcery
Herald of Khorne-chariot, unholy might, icon, blessing
Horrors-6, Bolt, Changeling
The basic plan is to drop the big stuff (LoC, HoK, Grinders) and the dogs first to scare the enemy in to submission, drop some pie plates, blast a tank or two, and set up for charges next turn. Otherwise, I drop a horde of daemons on the enemy's doorstep and bring in the scary stuff piecemeal.
What do you think?
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For 40K: I haven't had much experience yet with my Chaos Daemons - like you I'm building my force - nor with 5th edition. But it seems to me that taking 2 smaller units of 8 Bloodletters are going to die real quick with only their 5+ inv. save. And - should they even make it into cc - will probably not have enough models left to do serious damage. A big unit of 16 Bloodletters on the other hand will be able to survive longer (both useful for eliminating enemy units and then for sitting on their newly conquered objective, or simply for denying the enemy one extra, easy to achieve kill point), imo.
Horrors are more likely to survive than Bloodletters against shooting with their 4+ inv. save.
Last edited by manticore; August 2nd, 2008 at 01:27.