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hi i was wondering what was considered to many "guys" i have 2000pts and i dont have every thing is this to exsesive.
Depends on the army you're playing. If my Mordor have 200 models, then it's different to my Elves having the same amount.
Not sure I understand the question, or even what language it's written in o.O
what i mean is i have 2000pts of isengard models roughly 100 models what im asking is this to much does anyone have this many points in a battle
A Mordor army, by virtue, will tend to have 10% of its points translated into model count. Isengard obviously doesn't need so much in the way of numbers, so I'd say 100 is fine (though I am slightly intrigued as to why you're asking the question or why you even play at 2000 points).
I think that is the question, AFG, he's asking whether 2000pts of models for one army is too much..
Personally I'd say you never have too many. Means you can really go to town once in a while with bumper battles.
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The War of the Ring?
In a Legions of Middle-Earth a 1500pt game has a model limit of 3-100: larger than that I don't know, but personally I like to have as many models as I can without neglecting Heroes.
I do believe WotR is the new supplement on the cards- essentially LOTR Apocalypse.
Bring back the days of LOTR being an amazing skirmish game I say!
Can't sell as many figures if there isn't an apocalypse supplement, we're in a recession remember