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im just starting an empire army and am wondering what province to play. ive narrowed my list down to talabheim and nordland. I already have a large bretonnian army painted in low fantasy colours and want a bright coloured army.
i prefer the red and white of talabheim, i like the british look (the redocats always win), but the fluff of nordland appeals more to me, plus i lot of armys i have seen are in talabheim colours and i want to be different.
any comments would be much appreciated, thanks.
Last edited by tyurtddr; May 9th, 2007 at 00:09.
I myself have a nordland army but for a the hell of it go for them since you said most armies you seen have talabhiem colours, Both states have bright colours to and I since nordland is a sea theme army i was thinking of making a small fleet of ships to make my army even more fluffy .
Thats all i can really say sorry, I am sure will you make the right choice.
I m going to be playing Kislev, so my guys are mostly blue, red (with a few other colors) and lots of fur and beards. Lots of hairy guys, you can't go wrong with that!
well it depends on what you really want. Remember the Nothern provinces do not hav the heavy reliance on black powder and Nordland is rather poor so some of the unit selections if Nordland had it's own list would be rare.
Like my current list I can use a Helblaster and a Helstorm or a 2 Helblasters I use 2 cannons and 2 units of pistoliers. I naturally assumed that meant my army would have real Karls behind it and so i made my army a Reiklander list considering it is the wealthiest province in the empire.
I hope that helps like talabheim is a quite rich city and talabecland is also a rich province. Where as Nordlands stuff is more a poor province.
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