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I was just curious if the people building daemon armies are actually looking or searching for army lists from others. The same build and nearly same list is being submitted 2-3 times a week and getting the exact same feedback.
Its best to search around first and see what has been said about certain builds and units before submitting a list.
I read them
Just seems recently people are browsing the codex then pointing up something and posting it here. Which is fine but getting 4 mono tzeentch lists a week which are nearly identical with identical feedback seems redundant. It would be alot better if people browse at least the first page of army lists and see whats been said and what others are trying out first.
I also usually don't read them unless a title catches my eye, though I did do a few searches through them before posting my first list yesterday (and the load out of my MCs changed a fair bit based on those searches). That said, there were a few things in the list that I had not found in many other lists and was curious about (like 20+ Flamers, or only 3 medium sized units in Troops).
I also posted it looking for people's opinions on the over all competitive potential of the list rather than suggestions on what to change to make it more competitive (which is something that is not necessarily as easy to get from other people's lists).
Thousand Sons ~2750 points | Eldar ~1000 points
Tzeentch Daemons ~2000 points