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This is the goblin list I plan to use for an upcoming Doubles Tournament. My partner is playing Ogres - two blocks of 6 bulls (1 w. 5 and general) and two units of two leadbelchers. My list is mostly there to provide balance - a couple of units for the line, lots of speed and a bit of shooting. Glad to get advice and suggestions.
Armour of Fortune
Goblin Shaman 130
Mask of EEE!
NG Big Boss 065
28 Night Goblins w. Spears 154
Musician, Standard Bearer
5 Wolf Riders (Full kit, Musician) 075
5 Spider Riders (Full Kit, Musician) 080
x3 Wolf Chariots (Deployed Separately) 150
x2 Spearchukkas 070
Squig Herd (6 herders, 9 squigs) 090
Doom Diver Catapult 080
i should take out the chariot of the shaman, and get 2 NG shamans (lv2 if you can) because NG shamans are ACE. With 2 lv2's you will probably dominate the magic phase. I would even reconsider the armour of the warboss for this.
If you can find the points, i would trade the spearchukka's for a rock lobber. The Doom diver can deal with anything you would otherwise try to hit with the spearchukkas (they both give a few high S hits). the rock lobber gives better artillery against blocks.
'Its better to have a swordmaster and not need her help, then to need her help and not have her'
Byjugo's WIP Thread
Thanks for the advice. I don't have a rock lobber, but taking your point about the redundancy of the spearchukka/doom diver combo, I've dropped one of the chukkas as well as the shaman/chariot and can now afford two lvl 2 night goblin shamans. One will go in the big unit and the other will try to stand far back with the shooty stuff. It also left me with enough points to stick an ironcurse icon on my general - should help the big unit against any opposing lobbers.