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Well the title says it all. What do you think of adding some kislev models to a dwarf army this would allow ous to have some cavalry and the kossar are not that bad either. just wanted to get your thougth on this because i would really like to greate a dwaf/kislev list. Chers.:yes:
unfortunately the jerks at GW took the Kislev book off their "official armies" list. You could do it on a friendly level. These would be complete polar opposites. One army is lightly or has no armor and moves very fast, the other is heavily armored and moves terribly slow. If you could pull it off then you are a master tactician. I worry about the opponent drawing out the faster elements, isolating them and killing them though
i always wondered about that, given that there is a Kislev army shown in the rulebook- are we going to get a more official army book, maybe in White Dwarf a la Blood Angels?
As far as dwarfs and Kislev goes, its a classic combination but as bucker00 says i can see it being tricky to use the too elements in tandem- potentially lethal though!
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I'm considering adding some Kislevites to my Dwarf force but I wonder, do we know why they aren't legal anymore? Is there any plans to fix this? When did they get knocked off the tournament list?
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