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Thought I might as well throw in there what I took to Conflict and managed 3rd place with 1 points between 3rd and 2nd and 1 point between 2nd and 1st.
Standard Alter Noble --- 158
Scroll Caddy ----- 140
Level 1 Brancy - CoR ----- 140
10x Glade Guard --- 120
9x Dryads, Nymph ---- 120
5x Glade Riders, Mu ----- 129
8x Wardancers, Champion ----- 158
Treeman ----- 285
TOTAL = 1250
General Strategy was to place free woods as close to the middle as possible and a little to the side. My archers would occupy the open side of the terrain (their goal to advance until short range then retreat slowly) and I would then deploy either Dryads or Cavalry. Cavalry were usually march blocking or harassing the enemy's best units and baiting them. Treeman was usually inside the forest turn 1 and runs out turn 2 to be in comnat by turn 3 or sometimes depending on what the enemy is playing with I leave enough for treeman to see outside for a charge if the enemy opens up flanks. HoDA usually first, sometimes second turn then into combat.
I got enough magic off and move alot of trees each game. 2x treesinging and a bound spell is ample to get at least 1 off. Anyway... enough about how I played. This was just my list. I was voted by a couple people Great army and nobody gave me cheesy/overpowered composition. Small model count - I know. I played a Skaven guy - he had over 130+ models... didn't stop me getting a massacre tho haha
Congrats on the strong placing.
I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.