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My buddy takes a maxed out Slaan, I am just curious what I am in store for if I play him. He plays a balanced list (you name it, he uses it) so what do you guys have for me? And if it helps, I am going to play Wood Elves (god knows why, I only like the theme over the other armies, wish I knew they were paper thin before hand).
Don't worry about the fact that if you hit a wood elf it turns to jelly, you have to actually hit it first^_^
A slann is going to be very hard to kill, in fact it's next to impossible. He may go the way of using lots of small spells (fireball, hand of death etc) to abuse the free dice the Slann gets for every spell. I love this approach as you can take one dice from the pool and it suddenly becomes 2d6 + 1
Or he might go the way of the comet. Taking offensive heavens magic and hoping to get the comet off once a turn.
Or he could take a mixture of levels of spells from a mixture of lores, life is quite a popular one.
Whatever he takes it will require a sound magic defence to keep the damage to a minimum - it's a Slann after all ^_^
chuck everything in his direction and he'll keep on smiling
take out his cronies first, then concentrate on the slann, of if you manage to knock him out, it's not only his substantial amount of VP that you'll recieve in return but, you'll get 200 more and the highest result your opponent will achieve is a draw, talk about 'The Price of Failure'!
hope it helps