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In the next week or two, I'll be playing against this Tzeentch player who plays a Daemon Legion of 750pts. His list consists of - Exalted Daemon, Sorceror, 20 Horrors, 5 Screamers.
General; Longbow; Light Armour; Shield
Hail of Doom Arrow
Sword of Might
Annoyance of Netlings
Magic Level 1; Lore of Athel Loren; Longbow
10 Glade Guard
12 Eternal Guard
Casting Pool: 3
Dispel Pool: 3
Models in Army: 33
Total Army Cost: 747
or should I swap the Eternal Guard and the BSB for a Treeman?
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ok, THREE heroes in a 750 point match. I think you should cut that down to one or two, but preferably one.
You need some kind of a heavy duty CC unit like wardancers or wild riders. You need decisive victories to take full advantage of demon instability.
If you're going to take EG, you need to take at least 20 for a rank bonus. 12 will only get you +1.
That battle standard seems like a waste of points. you just don't have enough block units to take advantage of it.
Take asyendi's bane off of the standard noble. It has no effect on the HODA. In fact, if you need something to take on his exalted demon, upgrade it to an alter kindred and give it the annoyance as well as a hard hitting weapon.
All you need to do is remove a hero or two and build up on troops. You simply don't have enough mass in this army.
I pretty much concur.
He has magic on his side and every unit causes Fear (at least).
The Screamers will go for Glade Guard and soft units like them.
Brachwraith with the Cluster of Radients, Annoyance and Level 1 (can tie up characters)
Alter Noble (standard) (kill the screamers)
Some dryads to sort out the horrors, they are crap in combat.
One unit of glade guard.
Rest to suit.
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