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    I was thinking. What if you got several units of bowmen,2 groups of ushabti for support,2 scorpions for enemy war machines,some chariots for flanking,and a casket of souls and 1 skull catapult? The tomb spiders take care of cannons and such,the bowmen shoot,and your catapult/casket kill stuff. You can make the catapult fire twice a turn,with 2-3 liches you can make your opponent eat up alot of dice before you get to the casket. Has anyone tried this and found success? I just think the ability to shoot twice,the auto-5+ to hit,and the casket can make for a devestating ranged army Oh yeah,and the ushabti can handle any weakened enemy units that get to you,take the charge w/ the bowmen and flank with the ushabti


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    You have to rely on the tomb scorpions surviving the "it came from bellow." As soon as someone charges the casket of souls then your srewed with that. If your enemy is good at shooting e.g. wood elves then they pick you off from woods e.t.c Just some friendly pointers.
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