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    Balanced OK 2000pt list

    This is my first attempt at an ogre list. I am trying to make it balanced enough to rake on any other army, and any pointers towards this would be appreciated.


    Ogre Tyrant - 300
    The Tenderiser, armour of destiny

    Ogre butcher - 180
    Siegebreaker, staff of channeling
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    5 ogre bulls - 223
    2HW, bellower, light armor
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    6 ogre bulls - 262
    2HW, bellower, light armour

    6 ogre bulls - 262
    2HW, bellower, light armour

    20 gnoblar - 80

    7 ironguts - 396
    Full command

    2 leadbelchers - 110

    2 leadbelchers - 110

    Gorger - 75

    1998 points

    Tyrant goes with ironbreakers in 8X2 and butcher goes w/ 5 bulls.


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    is lt armour worth it on the bulls and is fc worth it on the ironguts. You could possibly do something more with the points ( change a unit of bulls to ironguts )

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    LT armour isnt worth it as its only a 6 save and isnt going to save much. the FC can be useful, as more often then not u win the fight with the amount of kills u get +FC point so id say yes.

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