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Two quick questions
1) can u take mounted daemonettes in a normal chaos army (say, exalted champ as a general, marauders as core and mounted daemonettes as special). Or are they only Daemonic Legion and Cult of Slaanesh?
2) if so are they worth it? i think they are: they bring in fast moving, reasnobly good cavalry so they can easily take out warmachines which chaos hates. Will they work better then furies?
1) Yes you most definately can take them in a normal chaos army.Originally Posted by Dark Pain
2) As war machine hunters they are usefull but furies would be the better and the cheaper option. Mounted daemonettes should really be used to attack the flanks and rears of enemy infantry as their 20" charge arc will allow them to do this easily.
Last edited by Jared van Kell; July 24th, 2006 at 20:34.
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You can download the standalone rules for MDs from the Warhammer chronicles section of the GW website. They are, unsurprisingly, a daemonic unit .
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone