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I've always wondered if that all-gnoblar army thing is legal in tournaments or even friendly games.
I know it can be effective is used right and its always a funny sight to see sometimes when the nearly impossible is accomplished with these little guys.
I'm hoping it is legal with tournaments, that would just be awseome.
From what i understand its down to your tournament organiser as to if you can use the list or not, i dont see why they would not let you as lets be honest its not a tournament winning list. But it would be amusing to play.
Has anyone got a link to an online copy of the list? when it came out in WD i ignored it and now no one has the list for me to reread and see if its worth trying out for fun.
too bad that you can' t have more gnoblar units than you've got bull units in your army
yeah there was a list printed an old WD somewhere, but as a replacement, you could just go for a goblin list replacing gobbo models with gnoblar ones.
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Asuryan, what I'm talking about isn't necessarily OK, but rather its own mini army, just Gnoblars.
People have played with only gnoblars before. And theres more in the Gnoblar list then just Fighters and Trappers.
Taken fromOverwhelming their enemies through weight in numbers, occasional tactics and sheer dumb luck, the Gnoblar Horde is the hordiest of them all! The Gnoblar Horde rules can be found in White Dwarf (UK issue 310, US issue 303 and AUS issue 304).
The Ogre Stronghold - The Mighty Gnoblar Horde
It seems like running a Halfling/Goblin Blood Bowl team. You know you'll never win anything, but it's still a lot of fun (unless you forget your movement trays), and you might occasionally surprise everyone in a 12 foot radius with a win against an army or two.
Personally, I'd take it up with any tournament organisers - it's not as though they'll be giving DoC a run for their money, so my thoughts are that most should be cool with it. Don't quote me on it though.
Last edited by ArchonFarseerGuy; April 15th, 2009 at 02:14.
Well thats not true, if played right, you can win =D, plus yes, it would very much be fun .
I'm not sure if this was made up but someone who tried it had alot of Slingers(ranged sling Gnoblars) and shot down a prince on a dragon. Now thats epic.
Personally, I recall killing an Orc general in two rounds with a unit of eight Trappers throwing rocks.
(btw, I edited my earlier post to bring in tournaments if you're interested)