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Ok I have finally settled on a 1k list and it looks like this.
2x Dispel Scroll
Light Armor and Shield
Helm of the Hunt
Hail of Doom Arrow
10 Glade Guard
10 Glade Guard
5 Glade Riders
This comes out to 996 points.
My only problem thus far is my deployment ..... up till now i have tried to deploy units behind cover at the begining of the game and generaly trying to be sneaky about hiding certain units from enemy fire. However i always find that I either loose too many archers to thin out my enemy ranks at the begining or my dryads get shot to crap on their way into combat ..... any suggestions on either a new list or deployment help would be greatly apreciated.
Your list looks solid, you shouldn't have trouble with most opponents.
As for your problem with shooting, mental map and plan ahead. I'm talking about down to terrain placement. I always get a wood just in or outside of both deployment zones. Once you have that, place your bonus wood to allow a small area of safe passage up the board.
Other than that, i find shooting their shooters and avoiding the rest of the army works as well, if your opponent is mustering more shooting than you, his list isn't balanced, it's shooting-heavy. This can be a problem for wood elves, but emphasis on one phase presents weaknesses in their army. How many shooting units do you know that could withstand a wardancer charge?
Hope this helps ya out, good luck!
Ok I have been doing some reading online and have read something about placing the glade guard in front of the dryads and let them charge through when it comes time to assault. just curious if anybody actualy uses this strategy or should i just stick with trying to keep my archers static in a woodline or something trying to use cover for my assault units.
Another thing, seeing as how im fairly new to fantasy as is the rest of my group they seem to think that we are only allowed to place woods within our own deployment zone .... some clarification on this would be nice ... just does not sound right to me.
And thanks for the advice
I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.
That helps out a lot actualy. Thanks a mil.