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I want to include 1 noble and 1 highborn, which will go with the wardancers an guards, but I don't know if I should put the highborn in the guard unit or with the wardancers. Plus, i don't have a clue on how to equip them..
here is the rest of the list
cluster of radiants
19 Eternal guard
3x10 glade guard
6 glade riders
comes down to 1510 pts
PS do you think I have enough magical defense?? (I will shoot the mages acap with the waywatchers)
a minor technical hitch is the fact branchwariths can't take magic items, only spites. Also, don't count on shooting mages quikcly. often they'll just plop the mages in a unit and you can't touch them then. So probably you want to find room for a mage with 2 dispel scrolls (drop 1 glade guard?). unit structure looks good. probably want to put highborn in eternal guard, and noble in wardancers as your eternal guard are probably going to be fighting the enemies toughest units.
The branch wraith can only take Spites, and nothing else.
As for caracters, Wood Elves don't really need lords within thier units, as thier units are fairly independant.
If youi want to see diferent lord settings look for the Dori's tactica thread, I've posted quite a few.
take more wardancers with a wardancer highborn
and lose all ur shooting it blows
take 3 units of 8 drayds, 2 units of 5 wild riders and rest see what u want
get a nice solid highborn/noble for your eternal guard unit to make them stubborn and i would really suggest getting a spellsinger. have you ever seen a unit of eg with call of the hunt cast on them 25 attacks
i didnt do it it was him 'onest boss