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Some of you may think this is a rather silly question but I have absolutely no clue what a JSoD stands for exactly and what the equipment and build for the unit is.
I don't play in tournaments yet and I am still fairly new to this forum and WHFB in general.
Can someone please enlighten me on this conundrum?
Thanks in advance.
"When defeat is inevitable, it is wisest to yield."
Wins - 5
Losses - 4
Draws - 1
It stands for Jaguar Saurus o' DOOM!!!!!! and can have a number of different builds. They always consist of a saurus character with the charm of the jaguar warrior. Most of them also tote great weapons and the spawning of sotek.
They're great for killing chariots, small units of heavy cav and war machines. Quite useful really
Rather than make I new thread, I figured I'd post it here. How effective would a whole bunch of JSoD be in a 2000 pt game? I am kind of imagineing 4-5 of these (1 Old Blood and 3-4 Scar-Vets), charging out of skink units into a couple of enemy units. Figured that it would cost a little over half your points, but it would be kind of fun to smash five of these buggers into the enemy general's unit and tear it apart.
It's a magic item so you can only have one per army
Also, you can only have 4 characters in 2k pts
Last edited by Sammy the Squib; September 26th, 2007 at 22:12.
That's good to know about the magic items. Those dwarves (and my lack of going over the rules again!) have been screwing me over!
Last edited by Zeuy; September 27th, 2007 at 01:16.