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Some friends and I just found our old Warhammer stuff in the last week, and we've decided to have a bit of a play around again, 6 or 7 years down the line. The last time we played we were on 5th ed, but we're going to have a go with 7th, because it looks like good fun. Anyway, I've been looking at the tactica on here and some other army lists for inspiration and to get my head around the new units, so if anyone could spare come time to cast a quick eye over this list, I'd really appreciate it. There are 5 of us playing a little campaign/tournament of 1500pts, and the other armies are Empire, Orcs and Goblins, Lizardmen and Dark Elves.
Noble, 172 pts [General]
Wild Rider kindred
LA, Sh, Elven Steed
Spear of Twilight
Helm of the Hunt
L1 Mage, Despair of Radiants
2x 10 Glade Guard, 120pts each
2x 8 Dryads with Branch Nymph, 108pts each (branchwraith goes in one unit)
3 Warhawk Riders, 120pts
6 Wild Riders with full command and Wild Hunter, 192pts
7 Wardancers with musician, 133pts
1 Treeman 285pts
What do you think?
Thanks for your comments, sirkently...
I obviously didn't read the Wild Rider kindred rules sufficiently well - oops!
Yep, Cluster of Radiants was the one I was after. Netlings do look good, if anyone was silly enough to challenge/accept a challenge from the wraith they'd stand even less of a chance. Also fair comments about the second nymph
Regarding the treeman - I can see that more dispelling would definitely be useful, esp against the Lizardmen, but I don't quite see what an eagle would add to the army that my warhawks don't already bring... is it just a case of more of the same, or would you have particularly different roles for the two units? If I were to do all of the above, it leaves me 100pts - my mind goes straight to a third unit of dryads, but do you have any other suggestions?
Thanks very much for your help :-)
The eagle would add another model that would bait and flee. Your list is a little short in that area. Also good for march blocking. And its always nice to have a 50 point model that you can throw away if need be.
And I would say another unit of dryads would be a good choice.
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