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    2250 just switched from dogs of war

    Characters
    Templar Grand Master
    -sword of justice
    -enchanted shield

    Warior priest
    -Sword of power
    -heavy
    -shield
    -barded warhorse

    Luthor Huss

    Core
    10 knights
    -standard bearer
    -preceptor

    10 knights
    -standard bearer
    -preceptor

    10 knights
    -standard bearer
    -preceptor
    -Banner of the Daemonslayer


    Special
    7 outriders
    -musician
    -champion
    --hochland

    7 outriders
    -musician
    -champion
    --hochland

    7 outriders
    -musician
    -champion
    --hochland

    6 outriders
    -musician
    -champion
    --hochland

    Rare
    Steam Tank

    Total points 2245


    The goal here is to take advantage of fear and terror. Put the WP in the unit with the banner, and put Huss and the Grandmaster in the other two units of knights respectively. That way I'm sporting two units with fear, one with ITP, and another with Terror.

    Am i going overboard on the outriders? I like the 4 hochlands on one table, and I like the mobility the fast cav gives me, but I only have 3 combat units.

    When I ran Dogs, I went with a knights, light cav, and ogre list. It did well to say the least. To some extent I am trying to replicate it here.

    Anyway, What do you guys think? Any suggestions?

    -jim


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    With only the 2 Priests for protection hostile magic is going to ravage this list. Outriders are cool, but have to remain stationary in order to fire. You could just take some Ogres as mercenaries.
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    I have an old ogre army that I dont play anymore. Which ogres do you think fit here?

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    Well, Bulls, Ironguts, Leadbelchers and Maneaters can all be added to other armies (except Brettonia) as mercenaries. For this list I would be tempted to add the Leadbelchers and maybe some Bulls.
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    is it still legal to add ogres to an empire army as rare choices?? i know that they took out the dogs of war & allies rules out the rulebook....

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    Until the new edition comes out next month I am pretty sure that it is. I think it's in the Ogre Kingdoms rulebook.
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