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Hello! Just made this list some minutes ago. Im not sure of having 5 swordmasters but what do you think?
Armor of caledor
11 Spearmen 109
2 Repeater bolt thrower
It looks alright but I don't think you'll make many friends with 2 RBTs at 500pts.
This is... weird... reminds me of a peter greenaway movie
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The Dutch Legion
I don't understand that "making friends" kind of approach. Everytime I played so far, the opponents were making their armies as nasty as possible. In the past HE were usually on the soft side. Now when they have got something to give other armies headaches, the lists are called cheesy... ugh.
Good choice, I recon that will be a great army.8Y
The game is not all about winning. There's an element of fun to be had too.
At my local club everyone wants to win by all means. maybe it's not a 'friendly' club
Anyway, back to the oryginal list. First If you play all defensive, it might be better to use a mage instead of noble, unless it's Khorne or Tzintch then don't bother.
Second, the bolt throwers might not be as strong as you think, with 500 points don't expect heavy cav or warriors. If I would be playing Chaos I would take a lot of marauder cav with flais, they can do a lot of damage for low points. Also be carefull with furies, they can get to your machines very quickly and are part of almost every Chaos army.