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I have recently picked up a bunch of ogre figures and plan on making a 2000 point Ogre Kingdoms Ary. This Is my current layout. I have to still buy/build about 2/3 of the models:
Tyrant (Goremace Ironeater)
-Mountaun Eater ( Big Name ) -Luck Gnoblar
-Demon Killing Scars - Heavy Armor
-SIegebreaker (weapon) -Greatweapon
Points Value: 305
Points Value: 235
6 Ogre Bulls (1 unit)
-1 standard beaerer -Ironfists
-1 Bellower - Light armor
Points Value: 290
8 Ironguts (2 units)
Unit 1, 3 Ironguts: 1 Gutlord
Unit 2, 5 Ironguts: Gutlord, Magic standard bearer ( Bull standard )
Points Value 474
24 Gnoblar fighters (1 unit) Point Value: 48
8 Gnoblar Trappers: Point Value 50
Points Value: 230
Points Value: 215
Points Value: 150
Total Points Value: 1997
Comments, Suggestions, and Help is all appreciated, im just starting this and only have about 1/3 of this army built/baught.
I'd break the bulls into two units. I'd give each one a musician for rallying and an extra handweapon. They will flee a lot, sometimes on purpose, sometimes not. Regardless, a musician is handy for getting them back in the game. A standard is giving away VPs in the case of bulls.
I'd want musicians for the guts, too.
Not many people find that a hunter is that great a bargain. I'd rather have a butcher or a battle standard bearer.
Break the leadbelchers into two units. If they misfire, and they will, they hurt only two models per unit and not more, also good in case they panic. Two units also gives two targets for enemies. One might die, the other might live. Also, you have two flanking units and not one. Drop the champion there, too.
Drop the champion yhetee. The points are better spent elsewhere.
My first WHFB armies looked similar...it's tempting to take all the upgrades and command models, but in gaming terms they don't always serve you well. In OK, points are so tight, that shaving them off of upgrades that won't pay back that much will free up more space elsewhere.
is a battle standard like the magic standard (bull standard) that i have in my guts unit?
The Battle Standard Bearer is explained in the main rulebook. It's a character that carries the general's personal standard. It let's you reroll break tests in combat for units within 12". It also adds combat resolution to any combat it's involved in, on top of any normal unit standard.