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Lord: Tyrant w/ Tenderiser & Wyrdstone necklace=270 pts.
Heroes: Butcher w/ skullmantle & siegebreaker=180 pts.
Butcher w/ bangstick & dispell scroll=180 pts.
Bruiser w/ BSB=155 pts.
Core: 3 Bulls w/ Bellower=115 pts.
4x3 Ironguts w/ Bellower=616pts.(1 character in each group,)
Special: 2x2 Leadbelcher w/ Bellower=240 pts.
Rare: 2 Gorger=150pts.
This leaves me with 94 pts. to spend. I am considering a unit of 8 Trappers and a unit of 22 Gnoblars w/ Groinbiter. Another option is Longstrider on the Tyrant, 1 more Irongut, and fill the rest of the points with sword/luck/look-out gnoblars. Either way though it just feels like I am throwing things in just to fill up points and not to really adding to the army. Please let me know your thoughts. I have not used the Ogre army yet and this is my first list so all comments and criticisms are welcome. Thanks in advance for the help.
Gnoblars are better IMO. The added ranks and complete throw away points are worth it.
Trappers will pay off most games. At the very elast, they are a cheap, throwaway unit that distracts the enemy for a couple of turns, maybe longer if you're lucky.
So ture on that point, I had two dragons chase my trappers of the board, over the first two turns, because he didnt want me to sharp stuff his lord and mage to death. I got plenty of shoots off at the mage, but didnt wound it.
Sunday 20th July Wood Elves vs. Brettonians
Mission: Flank Attack (Brettonians attacking)
Score: Wood Elves - 4181
Brettonians - 0
Well,it sounds like the gnoblars and trappers are the way to go then. Unfortunately for me that means another 20+ models to paint.