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Whats the best leader i can get for my army, which is just the box set that comes with 24 glade gaurds, 8 glade riders, and 12 dryads.Also im fighting mostly orges.
First it depends on your playing styling for certain games, I have several different types of leaders, aka Lords and Nobles.
You want magic? Get a Spellweaver.
You want a fighter? A Noble.
Spellweaver is easy, but a Noble can be tooled different ways. Want a hard hitter? A range hitter? Tell us and we can help.
A Noble is limited, but once you get enough points, you can take a Highborn and you can really trick'em out. Tis up you.
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This one is tough to answer. As Skars said, there are many options available to you at this point. Where you go from here is really a matter of personal preference.
As for the Battalion, I always suggest a unit of wardancers and a wardancer noble to round it off.
I would have to agree with this.As for the Battalion, I always suggest a unit of wardancers and a wardancer noble to round it off.
Your other units are not really geared for combat, especially not against ogres.
Dryads are good, but i have never seen them as a major combat threat. Whereas wardancers are nothing but formidable and they make up for a fairly large deficiency in your army composition.
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An alter noble with rageth's wildfire blades and the helm of the hunt has around 6 flaming attacks on the charge and an alter noble with great weapon &the helm of the hunt has 5 s6 attacks.
if your points are 1000 or less don't bother with magic because it's hard to get a spell off because most armies will have at least 3 dispel dice or a few dispel scrolls.
but if you're playing 2000+ then magic is worth it unless you are playing Khorne or dwarfs.
At 1k and less, I'd say it is fine to not take a mage, maybe take one with a scroll or nothing for the sake of helping out if you come across a goblin army. Though 2 level 2's would probably be pretty darn effective. I personally wouldn't do that bc I like to have a cc character. The wardancer noble is good or possibly an alter. I wouldn't spend points on getting "flaming attacks" because that only affects a small amount of enemies...and I don't think anything in the OK army. Alter with great weapon or wardancer with the wardancer blades. :C
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If your facing Ogres, then you'll want to deny thier charge, otherwise you're a dead elf. Therefore anything with a charge value of greater than 12" is mighty useful. So, here is some stuff you may want to try:
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Anyone on an Elven Steed (or Stag, for that matter)
Of course, if you want to stay in theme with your Dryads, then a Branchwraith is a nifty addition to your force, specialising in magic and combat.
Get some Wardancers and Waywatchers and you'll find that you have a similar collection to what I have.