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Heya fellow warbosses!
Just wondering in the current edition orc and gobbo book it says that the minimum size of a gobo unit is 20+?
Does this mean that I cant field a unit of 10 gobbo archers?
Its driving me nuts hahahaha
Any help would be great cheers!
Indeed, you must have atleast 20 Archers. Sucks a little i know lol. In friendly games some opponents may be ok with units of 10 though
It might be annoying, but it does make sense. Goblins are cowards and only go around in large groups!
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No more NG spearmen, thanks! Now I need some pump-wagons!
Yea I guess it does make sense with gobbos and there large numbers!
Thanks for that guys was just a bit confused ay .
Man, I just finished three units of 25 night gobbos. Does this mean I'm going to have to paint more, or just have two units?
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And cutting movement trays...
depending on whom you are fighting of course
Vs shooty type armies, you are going to want larger units to offset long range casualities.
vs standard armies, you probably want to still have good sized units, but not AS large.
vs non-shooty armies (armies where you are not going to get shot at like VC, Chaos, Skaven) you probably want minimum sized units and lots of them to tie down as many units as you can