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I'm trying to make a balanced army as i get almost every army type and lots of skilled players at my store. I've been playing on 4x4 tables and i find it's alot different then 4x6, so what do you think of this army on a 4x4 table with 4-5 pieces of scenery + my free wood.
Treeman Ancient- Annoyance of Netlings
Spellsinger + Level 2 + 2 Dispell Scroll
BranchWraith + Level 1 + Cluster of Radiants
Core = 528
1x10 Glade Guard
1x10 Glade Guard
Special = 683
1x9 Wardancers w/musician
1x6 Wild Riders w/mus/standard/warbanner
1x3 Warhawk Riders
Total = 1996, 10 Units,5 PD,5 DD,2 Bound Treesing,2 D Scroll
Thanks for the input, only change i've thought of is adding 1 treekin(when i buy another today), dropping 2 wardancers and a scroll.
Last edited by slingbladez; May 8th, 2007 at 17:41.
I guess my first point of interest is the 4x4 table - seems like it would be a hindrance to wood elves, since we rely on out-maneuvering our opponents. A 4x4 table with that much scenery sounds more like a 40K board than a WFB board. Is it a lack of 4x6 table that leads to this? How do you find the wood elves play on such a small field? Sure, your glade guard are in short range a lot sooner, but that seems like it might be the only real benefit.
I don't often see the Ancient at less than 2500pts. The list seems character-heavy to me, but that's really just a matter of personal preference. I like the list as a whole - seems like it could be pretty potent. I wouldn't exchange wardancers for another treekin though - I think you'll get more out of the wardancers.
4X4 is just plain bad for woodies.
Misanthrope09 is quite right. The terrain seems to be more 40kish than WHFB.
Dryads and fast moving units will be key. It will be vital to get into enemy flanks
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