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So I really want a stone thrower. I played against a Doom Diver today and man, that sucker killed 20 Glade Guard and 4 Glade Riders in three turns. That darned Orcs kid never rolled higher then a 2 on his artillery dice and a never less then a 3 on the d3 movement. It was horrible.
So here's my list
Lvl 4 Life Spellweaver
Arahan & Naestra (Special Characters are allowed I'm pretty sure)
-Asyendi's Bow, Hail of Doom Arrow, Light Armor
-Additional Hand Weapon, Shield, Light Armor, Potion of Strength, Helm of the Hunt, Potion of Foolheartiness
-A Cluster of Radiance, An Annoyance of Netlings
11 Glade Guard (Spellweaver here)
11 Glade Guard
-Musician, Standard Bearer
8 Dryads (Branchwraith here)
2x 8 Dryads
7 Scouts (BsB here)
2 Great Eagles
Treeman, well Treyad ^^ (Asrai.org • View topic - Treyad)
I was thinking I could maybe forgo the makeshift stone thrower and 2 Scouts and replacing them with:
-Bow of Loren, Arcane Bodkins, Spear, Light Armor, Enchanted Shield, Elven Steed
5 Glade Riders
Some 5 point trinket
Suggestions and Comments?
Last edited by Temujin Khan; July 24th, 2010 at 04:05. Reason: I do math good
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I would drop the orb and replace it with the wand of wych elm. I don't think statistically the orb even at the lower cost is worth it.
I don't think the alter noble really serves a purpose, so I would use the points for troops.. I also prefer the armour of destiny on the BSB to help keep him alive, though the HoD is nice to have in the army.
For your units, I am not a fan of the scouts. And you can't use them to scout if you are going to put a character in them. I would try to get a couple more treekin, and a musician for the glade riders.
I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.