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So, my friend and I are planning on heading to a doubles tournament. I play lizardmen, and my friend plays skaven. Each player is able to take up to 1200pts. So here are the lists.
Grey Seer (Leuitenant)
Poison Wind Mortar
25 Giant Rats
2 x 5 Gutter Runners
Armour of Destiny
23 Saurus Warriors
10 Skink Skirmishers
2 x 2 Salamanders
Alright there are the lists. In case you were wondering the leuitenant grants his leadership 6". I was wondering wheter is should keep the dawn stone, or drop a chameleon and with the points buy the stubborn crown for the oldblood. All comments and criticism is greatly appreciated.
-use the generals inspiring presence
-can not use each others BSB
-can not join allied units
-can not cast friendly spells on them
also you must
-take dangerous terrain if fled thru
the only stegadon I like is an ancient with a priest/chief, they just seem to be an easy target for WM and cost a lot of points.
Good luck and be sure to kill some rats!! I mean umm play nice.
This tournamesnt has its own rules. We are considered to be friendly in every sense of the word. There are no desperate alies. I can use his leadership, he can use mine. Only one side can take a BsB and both players may benfit from it. I do not like having to many saurus, then i start to waste points on models that are not attacking. The models i may ass would not benefit the unit in anyway. Thanks for the input.
awesome man, I really wanted to hear reports of squashed rats by your steg... lol Good luck and have fun.
I am actually teaming up also with a skaven player in a tournament. And I really like your lists combination here. My only real beef here is with the stegadon. Of course, I really dislike big monsters in this edtion, unless you really spam them. I like the blade of realities also, but in that case you really need to be mobile on a cold one. So in your case, I would go with the crown of command. If you drop the stegadon, more warriors would be nice, as would maybe a unit of terradons.
I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.