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this seems so be my answer to every thing.... 30 biguns 6 rows of 5 with spears and shields
What do you call a lasgun with a lazer scope?
a twin linked lasgun.... HA haha haha
I would probably just have 21 savage big uns with spears, full command, the banner of butchery, and line em' up 6 across. You would be looking at a potentional 35 attacks the turn you get charged . You could also stick a blork in there to keep them from misbehaving with animosity.
If frenzy is a problem for you, then have a unit of fast cav. go infront of them to prevent any unwanted charges and have the fast cav. flee if you get charged. Your opponent will either have to redirect into the big uns or you could charge them the next turn. Remember that it will usually be better for you if you get charged, unless you think they will be able to kill quite a few of your orcs, in that case I would try to get the charge off.
In the end you will free up some points and have a more effective unit.
Hope this helped,
Over and out.
Last edited by oceanwolf; January 15th, 2009 at 07:43.
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