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I don't yet have the codex or the army,but these are what i'm planning to buy..so here goes
2 Fiends of Slaanesh
10 Khorne Bloodletters
5 Flesh hounds
I don't know what special power they can take yet as the codex is on its way,i'm looking for a challenging CC army,as i already have Sisters and Vostroyan IG.
Any advice would be great
P.S how many points wouod this add up to roughly?
I'd Say Welcome to Daemons except I'm new to them as well. As for that list points value,I'm fortuante to have gotten the Codex Sunday.
The Total comes to 1125pts
That's with everything Vanilla which is allowed but not very exciting. upgrades could easily cost another couple of hundred points.
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That looks like a good start, I'll just advise you that Khorne and Slaaneshi DPs are failures. T5 and no real way to improve your survivability hampers them a lot, Soul Grinders are typically superior in this regard.
I'd also look into getting more Fiends and Flesh Hounds, they are speedy and hit hard so more is always better. Same goes for Bloodletters.
With that you should be up to around 1500 and good to go for now.
Cool,so Soul Grinders instead of the DP,more Fiends and flesh hounds...cool thanks
Also which is better flesh hounds or Seekers,as i saw in another post how to make seekers from goblin spider and the upper torso of ettes which i really like
Last edited by peacemystic; December 31st, 2008 at 00:14. Reason: idea
They do different things. Flesh Hounds are tougher, slightly cheaper, and dish out a ton of attacks at S5 I5 (no power weapons though). Seekers are softer, but have even more attacks with high I and rending. I like Flesh Hounds personally, but it's because the models are sick.