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I have been thinking of incorporating a sorcerer of slaanesh into my 1k army, although with such high casting required for the spells I am starting to have second guesses. I was thinking of running a tzeentch sorcerer with it (giving the slaanesh a level 2 + power familiar, then the tzeentch a level 2 with book of secrets).
Has anyone had any good/bad experiences with a slaanesh sorcerer?
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I was also just thinking, since I have an old chaos dragon model that I have been trying to think up a use for, would a slaanesh sorcerer lord, level 4, with chaos dragon, crown of everlasting conquest, and spell familiar be a decent set up?
You might find that older threads have discussed this already.
Slaanesh has good spells, Hellshriek can be a big hit. The concern is that many armies have ItP units (immune to psychology). In that case, you can be left out in the cold.
If playing against friends that you know don't have all around ItP units, your build seems good enough, although I'm not sure the dragon mount is the way to go for a sorcerer.
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Yea, Tzeentch and nurgle are more dependable. Slannesh is worthless on VC and TK even though the mark would be excelleent against them.
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