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I have had to get a little creative in a current campaign I am in. I keep getting harrassed by a Ogre player and it is getting irrating. I just want to throttle him so he will tuck tail and avoid me so I can go after the Empire player that is in the lead currently.
Lord Undivided on a dragon
sword of battle
Ex. Champ. on a daemonic mount
Mark of Tzeentch
Mark of Tzeentch
Gortooth?!? the one that makes me take spell strength of the bear.
4 Knights of Tzeentch w/command (for Ex. Champ.)
5 Knights Undivided w/command
20 maruauders w/command
Beastherd 9 gors 5 ungors
This works out to 1996. My question is should I dump the dragon and put my lord with the undivided knights and throw in a block of 15 warriors with hand weapon shield?
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Last edited by Arklite; February 9th, 2008 at 19:26.
If you are going to shell out all the points on having 2 Tze casters, you really need atleast a 3rd, hence meaning your Lord on Dragon really needs the Mark too. Look at the Eye of Tze and Staff of 'whatever it is tzeentchy thing...' for him
Combined with the Knights and helcannon, those Tze casters will make for a pretty nasty list.
Drop the Banners from the Knights, and make the UDV unit into Tze too.
Id say lose the Marauders, and get in some more fast units to match they rest of the army. 1 more unit of Hounds, and a second beast herd. Also give the Herd(s) a Champ and Music each.
I have to roll with an Undivided Lord because my list for the campaign has to be undivided. So the Lord had to be Undivided.
I do like the idea of a second beast herd. Thanks for the feedback.
Then lose the dragon and at least one of the tzeentch marks. To make up the magical deficit grab a sorceror. gives you 2 casters (if you only drop one mark) and two non casters. Tzeentch marking is VERY expensive, so it should really be all or nothing.
Yes lord in the Knights, make them chosen as well.
Warriors in a 6x2 block for preference. Chosen too, just for the hell of it.
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