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    2300pt Tourney List

    I'm going to a tourney on 14, 15 August so I tried to create a decent list.

    Level 4 Spellweaver- Lore of Life =250
    Noble- BSB, Armour of Destiny =140
    Noble- HODA = 105
    10 Glade Guards- Muso =126
    10 Glade Guards- Muso =126
    10 Glade Guards- Muso =126
    9 Dryads= 108
    9 Dryads= 108
    6 Wardancers= 108
    6 Wardancers= 108
    20 Eternal guards- Full command =270
    6 Treekins= 390
    Treeman= 285
    Eagle= 50

    BSB goes with eternal guards as an anvil with treekins as its hammer. Dryads support the treeman while testing out the forests.(hehe) Glade guards are my backbone of my army with wardancers to charge enemies which gets too close to the glade guards. HODA noble goes wherever needed. Eagle disrupts the enemies while maybe some warmachine hunting. The only thing I'm not sure about is the HODA noble. Should I keep him for disruptions and to defend my glade guards or should I change him for something else?

    Any opinions are welcome!

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    Senior Member sirkently's Avatar
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    I would suggest giving the HoD to the weaver, along with Asyendi's Bane and the wand of wych elm. Good way to keep the shots, with a good chance to hit, and not waste the points on a noble to carry it. I would give up the eagle and a unit of dryads for a couple more treekin. And try to add a member to each wardancer unit.

    Good luck,
    I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.

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