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I recently purchased my new DoC army. I decided to go with a Khorne/Tzeentch list. However, I'm noticing a lot of people go strictly with one god, or say it's a multi god list with only one unit of the second god. Example, Khorne/Nurgle and the only Khorne unit is Juggernauts.
To my point. Is there a reason people usually only go with one god type? Or is it purely fluff reasons?
Also, any tips on playing and building a khorne/tzeentch list would be awesome. I love me some bloodletters and pink horrors.
I've found people going mono-god for two reasons.
1) Its fluffy
2) They "tend" to be softer lists. Demons have a lot of hate targeted at them, so anyway to reduce this hate makes your opponents happier.
As far as a list, well. Blood thirster with tzeentch heralds and pick horrors makes for a a nasty close combat list with tons of magic.
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Definitely fluff. The old Storm of Chaos book was very restrictive in mixing Deities/Gods. A lot of us are in the habit of Mono-God lists.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
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But you can just have an all-round list (which is what I aimed for) - 2 heralds, 2 units of horrors. What really helps is giving the heralds Master of Sorcery, that way you can easily adapt to whatever you face.
Flesh hounds and flamers are always useful, really I'd say the main choice is whether you want a GD or spread the risk with more heralds and/or units.
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