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    2000 pt Ogre Army

    This is what I'm thinking of running for a 2000pt army:

    3xYhetees
    2xGorger
    2xButcher Both with Bangsticks, 1 luck and 2 tooth gnoblars
    8xGnoblar Trappers and Snarefinger
    4xIronguts and Gutlord, bellower, standard bearer and lookout gnoblar
    4xBulls with ironfist, light armour, Crusher, bellower, standard bearer, and lookout gnoblar
    4xBulls with ironfist, light armour, Crusher, bellower, standard bearer, and lookout gnoblar
    3xLeadbelcher and bellower
    3xLeadbelcher and bellower
    General: Bruiser with The Tenderiser, Brace of Handguns, Heavy armor and 1 luck gnoblar.

    This puts me at 1989/2000. What are your thoughts?


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    Looks pretty good though I have some suggestions:

    you cannot have 2 bangsticks(against da rules).
    I'd run all ogres in unit of 3 and bulls naked and maybe a bellower but just 1 unit of 3 so you can get some ironguts.
    You really need like 3 units of 3 ironguts for some HARD CC punch
    Drop the gutlord on ironguts.
    Always run ironguts naked(maybe bellower) and maybe general unit with command but no champ.
    To get some more points maybe drop a Leadbelcher from every unit but that's just a playing style.
    Yethees are love or hate run them if u like them.
    Trapppers are really usefull and gorgers are just COOL!
    I run 3 butchers in my 2k list but that's your pick.

    Grz W.O.F.

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    Thanks. I reworked it after posting that and pretty much did everything you said before reading this. I'll let you know how it goes. Thanks again for your input.

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    How would you deploy them?

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    I'd say all ogre's in units of 3 in a battle line but you need to get some big charges so use a bait and flee tactic and use your gnoblars or maybe some bulls with a bellower to lure the enemies for your big chargers.
    Leadbelchers and Yethees are excellent flank protectors.
    Try to get a monster challenge and just do some very nasty things in challenges but watch the lords with the uber nast items
    Gorgers really need to take on artillery or maybe march block on a flank and charge in front a flank or rear next turn with gorger and other unit.
    Another tip that really helped me out:
    Just imagine where you want to be with what unit the coming turns and deploy good for the tactic you have in mind(like I'm going to set a trap there and than I need protection for it and a nice flanker.
    Hope this helped,
    Grz W.O.F.

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