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I have a khorne army of alot of points i dont care to do so im asking what kind of lord do you need.
6x8 berzerkers only 2x8 with axes the rest have swords.
Leitanant with juggernaught
three bikes one with fist.
and i want to know what kind of lord is good.
i have the juggernaught painted the termies and 2 zerkers i havent played a game with them.
And any suggestions on what to add and such is appreciated.
Hey,Kharn.Originally Posted by Commissar
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Last edited by Lady Bastet; October 2nd, 2005 at 16:23.
I'm assuming your zerker squads, the ones you say don't have chainaxes, still have chainswords? Well you needn't worry - they can count as khornate chainaxes in almost any tournament and store on the planet, unless someone's being REALLY pissy about it.Originally Posted by Commissar
It looks like you have a really harsh army list there - if you can try and fit in as many zerkers as possible into 1,500 - 2,000 points then the standard khornate daemon prince with berserker glaive (without daemonic flight or speed, eh Caluin:tongue. That means your opponent has the choice of being smashed by hordes of berserkers, or ripped apart by a daemon prince and a few less berserkers. Just go crazy with wargear on him, and he'll either act as a bullet magnet away from zerkers or as support to berserkers.Try and make your post more than one word, and at least mean something. I know it's hard for you, but you've got to try.Originally Posted by Playa
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I would recomend you to get some more bikers. The three you have now are good but to fragile to be really make a difference.
I think you should get a couple more to beef this squad up.
But then again, it's easier to give advice if you are more specific on details like champions-wargear-veteran skills etc etc.
Thank you for the advice but i just got the army its unpainted and was just built by its previous owner. I got all of that for $20 and i need to make it better. It was funny cause I bought a deamon prince to start a Khorne army and then it just fell in my hands. I have no idea for Heavy support for a khorne army.
$20!!! that is amazing!!
Anyway, i would say throw in some bloodletters and the demon prince. Get the prince to combat, then turn the demons lose. I love the bloodletters, and everytime i use them they gain thier points back.
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Some people have all the luck in the world. I suggest using Dreadnoughts as heavy weapon choice, they aren't entirely unfluffy and they get Blood Frenzy as well if you give them the mark (I'd only do this if you are completely sure it won't turn and attack your own guys). I have a CC Dread in my B Legion army and a Horde Killer Dreadnought in my army (Plasma cannon and Missile Launcher). I would take two designated CC Dreads with T link Lascannons and a Horde Killer like mine.Originally Posted by Commissar
Here are a few suggestions that have worked for me for a few years now;
How would sacking your slow Terminators and making your bike squad up to eight sound?
You could take a look at a Dread or two with both hand weapons as a missile magnet instead of a Land Raider.
And finally, why not shove your Lord on a bike and slot him in with the others? Or you could have him running around the table knocking off stragglers and helping out squads under attack.
My Khorne lot to 1500 points includes a Possessed 'Raider, a bike squad and a Marked Dread. The Raider and Dread are missile magnets operating down the centre, allowing my bikes to head for the weakest flank then summon lots and lots of Bloodletters onto their position. It's better than having several weak squads getting hosed as they advance (a waste of time, points and money). There's also the opportunity to have a Lieutenant and a Bloodthirster in your list just for badness.
I've beaten Tau and Necrons with this lot as the enemy doesn't get a chance to play Michael Caine in "Zulu" with your troops as they charge across the bowling green of your battlefield.
Of course you may have an entirely different idea to this and not necessarily the extra cash or models.
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