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    Best abyssal terror set up?

    I figured with abyssal terrors having thunderstomp there might be a bit more room for them in my armies, as well as them giving +1 to armour saves for being mounted now. Still, the terror has practically no protection, so I wondered whether using blood drinker to restore wounds or go for the balefire spike for more killing and rely on IoN.

    My set-up I'll try first is gonna be: Vampire lord, abyssal terror, red fury, walking death, infinite hatred, balefire spike and walach's bloody hauberk

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    I really want to get a zombie dragon lord to work, but with the new standard being 2500 that only leaves 145 between the vamp powers and magic items and probably a low level caster.

    I completely forgot about abyssal terrors though, I can use the dragon as a count as I guess. Here's what I've been thinking:

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    Nightshroud, Crown of the damned, (Can't decide between +2 strength or +2 attacks)
    Infinite Hatred, Walking Death, Red Fury
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    Personally I think u should go with more Strength, cuz personally at Str 5 even with multiple attacks it's hard to wound T4, and then stuff like Chaos Warriors, Knights, and Dwarves will mostly likely get a couple of saves off or two. (less for red fury) With Str7, you wound almost anything 2s, and u eliminate all the annoying armor factors and stack up all the extra attacks with Red Fury, making up for less attacks anyways.But honestly it depends on who ur facing, if your taking on elves...go for more attacks, against Empire anything is fine for Rank and File, and against Brets its definitely better with more Strength. If your pulling some combos like having the lore of beasts to buff up your lord.

    But here, check out this thread on vapire counts online for some CC lord builds, it's given me some good ideas Here

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    I don't see AT being of much use any more, but I would kit him out Lance Armstrong style. Give him the always hit lance and red fury.
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