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Black Orc big boss (joins the boys)
Goblin big boss / chariot
30-40 orc boys biguns / fc / shields (horde)
20 night goblins / bows / fanatic
2 goblin chariots (in 1 unit with the goblin big boss)
2 mangler squigs
Don't know how to kit out the 2 bosses yet so suggestions are welcome, the size of my main boys unit will depend on how many points i spend on the bosses..
List looks good, except, you can not have a character in a unit of wolf chariots (New book pg107 . 'Goblin Wolf Chariots may be taken in units of 1-3 models unless they are taken as a character mount, in which case they must be fielded as a single model'
I would probably take a normal Orc Big Boss instead of a Black orc and spend the extra points on more Boyz.
Making your Goblin Boss a BSB would probably be helpful as would fitting in a Shaman of some sort (maybe even dropping the Goblin Boss for the Shaman if you have to)
Last edited by ashen1973; March 20th, 2011 at 10:21.
hmm missed that.. thx. I will probably switch the goblin bb for a unit of 5 goblin wolf rider with bows and a lvl 1 night goblin shaman. Maybe an normal Orc big boss is good option pointwise, on the other hand, i like the fluff of an black orc boss leading my army... gotta have another good look what works better pointswise.
If you're going to grab a Shaman then grab a Level 2. Otherwise you'll be casting your one lonely spell against all the opponents dispel dice which is going to be hard to pull off. Unless you use 6 dice to cast and hope for IF, but that tends to leave the shaman a smelly bubbling green mess.
Having 2 Spells means you can spread the dice around and force your opponent to choose which one he has to dispell, then letting the other one through.