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Her's my list. This is my third list ever made for High Elves, but those didn't work out well. I'm new to High Elves, so please bear with me.
Prince - 191
Heavy Armor, Shield, Helm of Fortune, Lance, Elven Steed w/Barding
Mage - 152
Barded Horse, 2 Dispel Scrolls
2x20 Spearmen - 440
2x10 Archers - 240
10 Silver Helms - 190
2 Tiranoc Chariots - 170
8 Dragon Princes - 208
Joined by Prince and Mage
2x2 Repeater Bolt Throwers - 400
Total - 1991
So, what I was thinking for this list is, the RBT's all form up on one side and keep on churning out hits the entire game. On the opposite side are the Dragon princes with the characters, then the silver helms and chariots. In the middle sit the spearmen and the archers. Over the course of the game, the mobile units advance rapidly, facing any opposition, then wheeling around to slam the opponent into the side of the board. Would this strategy work well? Also, with the dragon princes with the heroes, is it too many eggs in a basket? Because i'm worried that someone would go nuking that unit, or send some nasty cc units to deal with it. It's a pretty massive points sink.
Well the army itself has a decent layout, but I am worried by the lack of command models in the static units, Spearmen should have full command. I would drop 10 of the archers and get full command on silver helms, both units of spearmen and a standard and musician on the dragon Princes.
Hope this helps
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your cavalery is too many. split them up and drop 2 dragon princes
buy another mage and give them both somem other equpment
after all, magic is the hes best side