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My friend is saying that High Elves have the best mages in the game, whereas Tomb Kings do not need to roll for casting. I've been thinking about collecting Tomb Kings but they don't strike me as being very good at neither shooting nor close combat, what are they good for? And if I do decide to collect Tomb Kings, which models should I start with?
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Also, from slai, that high eleves has one of the best Cavalry.
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ex.This is true and also high Elves has some of the best magic. They get their own magic, while getting access to the 8 lores of magic in the Fantasy Rulebook.My friend is saying that High Elves have the best mages in the game
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One race, one army, one truly wise decision. Dwarfs! The one and only top race start dwarfs and you can never go wrong.
Tomb kings have no obvious strengths to start with although look at their magic powers and the Tomb kings 'My will be done' and you will see that they can become very fast, you can charge a unit of chariots if they are 24" away from the enemy and facing the wrong way at the start of the turn. You can get lots of combined attacks and the opponet probably wont be able to stop it, you will cause some damage get outnumbering bonus stop enemy getting rank bonus by flank charging and have your own rank bonus then you can autobreak them becuase you cause fear.
If you want big damage causers take lizardmen or chaos.
Gratnuk are you by any chance a dwarf player, the idea is to try and find people an army they like not what we like.