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Just had an interesting thought for an army. One based on Fiends, Daemon Princes, and Keepers Hit and Running all over the joint, which is then followed by a wave of Bloodletters who chop up everything standing. The idea would be take 3 units of fiends, a pair of keepers, and maybe a Daemon Prince, which would rush forwards and jump from unit to unit, killing whatever needs killed, before the Bloodletters run in and start grinding everything to the ground.
What do we think? Could it work?
I think it would be great fun to play =) The only problem is fiends aint that killy.
I'm a big fan of the hit and run units, and I think it could be really nasty because you could cripple front line units, then gradually slaughter your way back. You'll need to fit some icons in there. Your army is dependent on successive waves of attacks, and you don't want to potentially leave your DSing to go to hell by the fickle scatter dice gods.