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Since 1999 or 2000 I've been a 40k player, although before then I was a fantasy player (Wood Elves & Empire). However, I've been a very slow collector of Lizardmen for years now (like glacial slow), and have bought all army books since they came out in the starter set with Brets. Anywho, it's time for the snows to melt and the jungle to erupt with lizards!!
My greatest priority is to play only with models painted, which means that models I play in a 1000 point game I want to be able to use in a 2000 point game etc (I want to get up to 3k+ painted, and the only way that'll happen is if I can only play with models that aren't gray and metal...)
So part of this is an introduction, but my first question is this: is a regular stegadon in 1000 points considered unfair? I really want a big dinosaur to get the party started (It will likely become an EoTG at 1500)
Depends on your point of view. I, as a Daemons player, wouldn't consider that unfair, as, in general, Daemon armies are unfair.
As it is your army, you get to choose what goes into it or not, so if you wants 6 in 2k points, you could, as all models also have thier downsides as well as thier ups.
Realies teh impotance of proof raeding evrything yuo publish
i considered trying to fit one in 1000 as well but it just didnt fit with my list...
id say its not really unfear being that in 1000 points an EotG with a tooled up preist is almost 450 pts which is nearly half your army and a major case of "all your eggs in one basket".
on the other hand, if your opponent dosent have anything designed to take it out which isnt too uncommon in low point games than it could seem a little one sided.
Death Gaurd: 6/6/2
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