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hey im started to play fantasy about two weeks ago and a friend of mine said chaos daemons. i was wanting to know what makes the chaos daemons good. i want to try the chaos daemons. right now im working on the bretonnians. im thinking about trading the bretonnians for chaos daemons and want to know what makes them good in fantasy.
Awesome models and fluff is what drew ==Me==.
Daemons are very flexible and have a lot of potential builds. The entire army is ITP, causes fear, and has a ward save. It's very friendly to newer players because you basically ignore psychology and have a wide variety of units to pick.
What did you have in mind?
are the chaos daemons good against armies like bretonnian and high elves. i here that daemons of chaos work well against vampire count and tomb kings.
They work well against anything, just like every other army, provided you know what you're doing.
so what do you prever play when you use the chaos of daemon. i thought of running nothing but korne models when i start to play. is it good for beginers to do a mixed army when playing beast of chaos.
Pure Khorne can work. You'll have trouble against magic, particularly VCs, but with Sundering Banner and lots of hitty units you can work through it.
ok i will try to use nurgle and mix a little bit of Korne or slaneesh.