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Oglah Kahn and 10 wolfboys (Armies of Renown)
Standard bearer, horn blower
1 Sword Gnoblar
Demon Killer Scars
2 tooth gnoblars
I'm curious why you're using bulls and ironguts and five wide. Why not have three units of three for each? That's allow more flank charges for you, divert missile fire, put more eggs in more baskets so to say.
Ogla Khan is an interesting addition. My friend uses him sometimes in his DoW army, or his O&G army. It's a really irritating unit. Hard to catch, armed with spears and bows, a general pain in the butt.
The five wide thing is just an arbitrary number for me. I have just started getting really into fantasy and haven't even bought a single model yet or really gotten the hang of the rulebook. I figured with a larger group I would have to deal with fewer panic tests, which scare me because of OK low leadership. I made this list with the intention of getting as many flank charges as possible, using yhettees, hunter/sabertusks, and Ogla Khan to rush around and hit the side and back of units along with ironguts and bulls. The tyrant, fast and terror causing, is to run forward and cause problems.
Think of it this way: you're going to have to take however many panic tests each turn depending on what your foe does to you. If you have fewer units, and one of them panics, there go five models and you're down to one unit. If you have more units, then you lose only three models and still have two units left.