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    2000pt Nurgle - Beginner

    Tip1: please don't post points/model. This violates GW copyright. Thanks!
    -Koosh


    I'm thinking of collecting a Nurgle army along the line of this and would like some tips.

    Lord - MoN, Blade of Blood, Amulet Of Chaos, Shield, Dragon
    703pts

    15 Warriors - MoN, Chosen, Shields, S.B & M
    383pts

    20 Warriors - MoN, Shields, S.B & M
    368pts

    6 Knights - MoN, Chosen
    320pts

    7 Furies

    3 Nurgling Swarms

    TOTAL: 1999pts

    PS I like dragons so I would like to keep it (even though it is almost as expensive as the 20 man warrior unit...:cry: ).

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    I'd go all cav if you want to properly support a dragon. Lots of knights, marauder horsemen, chariots. The warriors and the nurglings are all too likely to be left in the dust, letting your foes concentrate force against 1/2 of your army.

    You have no shooting protection or anti-magic. So you must be hoping to kill off any shooting or magical threats before they hurt you. Sometimes this will work, sometimes it won't. If your foe knows this strategy, they can use it to lure your nasty units into nasty traps. And occasionally they'll get the first turn and shoot you to pieces anyway.

    Food for thought.
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