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    OK limited on only sword and spear armed troops, with Captains and Banners - but if you want an edge to your all easterling Army, why not try adding a Ring Wraith on a fell beast. If any one says this is not keeping in line with troops types etc.. one of the Ring Wraiths was actually an Easterling King by the name of Khamul - hence the Black Easterling. Causes a great deal of carnage on the battle field as well.



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    You cant put an eaterling on a fell beast...I dont think?

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    I refer to my earlier post - Easterling on fell beast is the RING WRAITH Khamul.


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    Ok cool so your just using it as a ringwraith on fellbeast?

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    Yes, just thought fleshing out the character a bit added to the overall army list.

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    Cool , any chance of a picture of it?

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    Conversion is only filed down head of ring wraith and added an Easterling head - then added green stuff to make a hood, every thing else is as normal model. Although doing more work to remove ring wraiths armoured hands and feet and replace with Easterlings. Pic on post when completed and painted fully.

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    Arnt Easterlings great?
    We even had a King whos a Camel, with 2 or 3 humps?

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    WHAT WOULD BE A GOOD ARMY FOR A NEWBIE?

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    Originally posted by fallen_angel@Feb 19 2004, 20:36
    WHAT WOULD BE A GOOD ARMY FOR A NEWBIE?
    I'd say an orc or uruk-hai army.
    With the orcs you overwhelm the enemy, no need for too much tactics.
    The uruk-hai are tough, and they can stand fast against the most of the good forces. And they are plastic models so you'll still have enough money to buy a hero or two.

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