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what would be a good composition for a cavalry army i was thinkin cold one knights darkrider and chariots backed up by mages on horse back to do the ranged stuff
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I was actually thinking of doing the same thing. I was going to have two 10 man units of darkriders with repeater crossbows and full command. If i was playing against a shooty army these would charge in shooting on their way across board. If i was playing against a hth army I was going to run circles around his units and shoot the crap out of them. Then i was going to have one 12 man cold one knights unit with full command. If gogin against a shooty army i would charge across and get into hth, if i was playing against a Hth army i would charge one of the units that the dark riders weakened ( hopefully :unsure: ) and hopefully kill the unit off. Then i was going to take 2 cold one chariots that would both charge the same unit hopefully setting up a flank charge from the dark riders. Then last but not least I would have a mage on darksteed and a Noble on cold one. Well thats what i was going to do. If you do decide to do a calv army let me know how it works out.
Dark Elf cavalry armies are quite effective. I've personally not used one (I use a much more versatile Dark Elf list, but I do have a LOT of cavalry in it) but a Dark Elf cavalry army can hold it's own against most other armies in the game, but will generally struggle against an Empire cavalry army, and sometimes Bretonnian armies. Also, Chaos still tends to be a bit problematic, but are still handle-able.