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I enjoy using the spell Gork will fix'em. Seeing my opponent re-roll all those 6's leaves me feeling very happy, and got me to thinking....
If I were to equip my Warboss with the fencers blades I would get 2 attacks and WS 10. Would this also mean that an attacking opponent with a WS of 4 or less, would be hitting me on 5+ ? If that is the case, then I would use the glittering scale armor to make opponents in base contact hit on a 6+, of course if I have Gork will fix'em in place, they will have to re roll those hits, making my Warboss very difficult to hit indeed..
5000 pts of WoC, 5000 pts of Orcs and now 3000 pts of Ogres...What was I thinking ????
As much as your warboss wouldnt be a killing machine, the opponent would have a tough time hitting him. Although you would have to get some sort of ward save, as with light armor you would be getting a 6+ or no save at all against most enemies, especially characters. So although he would be hard to hit, if hit hes getting wounded most liekly. I wouldnt go for it. Its too risky for a warboss.
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For a gobbo Warboss I'd definately grab it. It's just funny. For an Orc though, I like big smashy things.
I've got that Combo on my Empire General. Fencers Blades, Glittering Scales, Potion of might and the Opal Shard.
Everyone (and I mean everyone) is hitting him on a 5+ or worse. He can have 4 str7 attacks for one round and has a 4+ Ward against the first wound.