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    1st 1000pt gobbo draft

    I had an idea about how I'd want my 1000 pt list to look after my first few battles, so before I go and by any squigs or trolls let me put this one past all of you genius greenskin minds.

    The Nalack Tribe of Forest Dwelling Loonies, Curtusy of Silthun, da Greatest Gobbo in the Wurld.

    General: Silthun, Goblin Big Boss: 63
    with wolf, spear, light armour, enchanted shield.
    (In wolf rider unit.)

    Maixat da Zappa, Night Goblin Shaman: 145
    Lv, 2, Dittos Double Doin Doo Dahs, Dispel Scroll.

    Ratza: Night Goblin Big Boss: 69
    Great Weapon, Armour of Gork.
    (In night goblin unit.)

    9 Goblin Wolf Riders: 127
    With full command, spears, shields and light armour.

    35 Night Goblins: 200
    With shields, spears, full command and three fanatics.

    2 Snotling Bases: 50

    Rock Lobba: 70

    Squig herd: 98
    4 herders, 7 squigs

    3 River Trolls: 180

    Total: 1000

    So what d'ya think.

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    I think it would be a fun list to play. you have the potential for some disaster with the trolls and the squigs. trolls because your banking on goblin leadership from stopping them being stupid, and for the squigs because any shooting/magic is randomized between them so it helps to have a large unit with lots of herder to keep the squigs in check.

    However, this is a good list to introduce you to the variety of Orcs and goblins, it give you a little of everything, and probably will make you a better player in the long run.
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    Thanks MouseC112,
    If their are any more comments, they are very welcome.

    May I also point out that the squigs and trolls haven't been bought yet so if you think a different unit would be better, then please put it forward.

    Finally, I added up the points wrong! So I needed to shrink the night goblins to 31. I don't think it'll make too much differece though.
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    it doesn't look to bad the only thing i have agaist it is that u only have one unit of night gobbos. In 1000pts i'd be using like three 25 gobbo units. I'd take out the trolls as there terrible ld does not fit well with the gobbo ld so you'll be plagued by there stupidity alot.

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    But if the trolls stayed near the general then that is ld: 7. That ain't to shabby.

    Thanks anyway.
    Oh, and I'm still concerned about the squigs. What do you think?
    "Time is a great teacher, but unfortunately it kills all its pupils." - Hector Berlioz (Musician: 1803 - 1869)

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