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I've been trawling through the book and was wondering if putting a combat lord on a dragon is a viable option. I was planning on the following build:
Mark of Tzeentch
Collar of Khorne
Favour of the Gods
Sword of Might
It comes in at a massive 715 points which puts me off a bit but id like your thoughts and suggestions.
depends on the size of game you are playing.
I prefere to go light with characters, and never take a lord choice at a standard 2000point army.
well i like to go heavy on characters (think it more fun that just another block of infantry of cav.) and i like the idea, he's a bit more expensive then a IF-demonprince and i can see this unit breaking big units of infantry in one turn of combat with it's massive attacks and terrorcausing. it think it's going to be a blast to play with.
the only problem i see with it is that it's easely pick off by a cannonball or something because it's a large target. and that would be a waste of alot of points...so maybe get some gear that helps against that...
other then that i would love to see this behemoth in action.
That sounds good but my lord on dragon is usually mark of nurgle with chaos runesword and runeshield.
Daemonic cheese-how? Well, you would need to start with daemonic milk, i guess...