Right, I guess you may call this an experimental list and, as such, I would like to see what other people think of it. I was planning to use it in a friendly game but have not yet had the chance. There are a few things which may appear a little suspect, but I'll put down the bottom my thoughts on it:
2500 points undivided mortal list:
-Gaze of gods
-armour of damnation
-sword of striking
Chariot of Slaanesh
Chariot of Tzeentch
24 chaos warriors:
20 chaos warriors:
-Mark of Khorne
5 Chaos Knights:
3 Nurgling bases
Total: 2498 points
OK, a rather mixed bag I know. The lord goes with the warriors, not the chosen ones since they already have enough hitting power imho. The exhalted champ goes with the knights and casts whilst in that unit. Then the Slaanesh sorcerer will play his usual roll of casting supportive/nuisance magic. The nurgling bases are there since it's a relatively cheap swarm unit. The key here is manouevering my units so that combat occurs on my grounds, particularly with the chosen warriors and knights.
Now, a few points to consider:
1. General thoughts on the list as a whole. Open to any/all criticism
2. That exhalted champ was put in so I could get a fighty/casting character all in one. However, I'm wondering if it would be more effective to just get another slaaneshi sorcerer and possibly drop the nurglings and tzeentch on the knights to get an undivided exhalted champ in that unit.
3. Again on the nurgling bases. Should I use them or take 2 chaos spawn instead? I was torn between the two, and I initially picked the nurglings for the 5+ daemonic ward and cloud of flies to help them in combat. Also, spawn aren't the most reliable things in the world.
4. Does a lack of any fast cavalry restrict the effectiveness of this list? I tried to fit some horsemen in but it proved difficult.