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    Regiments of Reknown

    Can a Dogs of War army fully consist of units from the Regiments of Reknown army list? From looking at people's army lists, nobody seems to use any of the Regiments of Reknown. Why is this?


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    most people think that they are to expensive and not good enough...why, i dont know

    i think you need a hero, all other slots can be filled with ROR

    maybe the dragon lord?

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    I think you cant have more than one regiment of them in a army cuz dosent a hero come with each regement?

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    I think you can have as many ROR as you have relevant choices you just have to have a charector as your hero choice, and the ROR leaders do not count as heros for army list perposes.

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    I cant see why not.

    Assarnil + Dragon (hero+Rare)
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    All done. after all theres no 1+ choices......

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    You must have a paymaster, but apart from that......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cripsin
    You must have a paymaster, but apart from that......
    Yep, though i prefer regiments on renown more, I like the history like long drongs slayers.
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    I use Ricco's, and Braganzia's pretty regularly. I think overall the RoR units are slightly overpriced, but alot of times they fill gaps in your army list that the normal regiments can't really do. For instance, Ricco's are the only WS4 pikemen available.

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    I really like taking ROR. Dogs of war seem a bit boring to me, though ROR really liven things up. They fill in some gaps, but maybe they're a little overpriced...
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