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Hi i had a couple of questions:
With the "diadem of power", may you also store your dice for your dispel pool?
In a 1000 point game, is it affordable to play only with 2 dispel dice each turn (with a alround army)
When is it worth it to take a champion in your saurus blocks?
That's all =)
thnx for your reply's in advance
1. Yes you may, as the entry say "Dice Pool" which I interpret as either.
2. That should be enough (with my little experience) as there wont be a huge amount of magic, but get a Dispel Scroll in there if possible.
3. Yes, especial at 1000 points, the extra attack it fun
Hope this helps,
Champions in saurus blocks are only worth it if you have some sort of hero you want to protect. For the exact same points, you could get another saurus, which would be 2 more attacks (albeit, not in the front) plus and extra body to throw in the way.
1)Yes you can
2)I would recommend taking more than just the base 2 dispel dice, since if you run into armies like tomb kings or vampire counts there worth having, so if your doing a take on all comers list it will be worth it, an easy and cheap way to get more dispel dice is to add marks of tepoc to characters and units, and it's cheaper than buying a shaman for the extra dispel die, but you won't be able to get any scrolls this way. I would suggest adding at least one mark of tepoc to a character, or you can go with 2, one on a character, and one on the unit he joins.
3)I would recommend taking the saurus champion, since it's good to have the extra attack, and if you take some heavy casualties in the front rank, you still get 3 attacks from the champ.
Two dispel dice can hurt. If you have plenty of expendable units, then go for it, but be prepared to take some casualties.
Champions are usually worth it, if nothing else to accept challenges if you need to protect a character like a skink shaman. Also, they can attack back if the rest of the front rank is wiped out, unless they were targeted. That can be really handy at times.