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I'm going to be playing in a tournament in a few months time, and thought I'd try putting together a new WE army for the occasion... The problem is, I won't have a lot of painting time between now and then, so my priority is to put together an army list that requires as little painting as possible...!
It's 2000 point limit... The plan at the moment is to max out on characters, and then focus on high points, low paintage models (Wardancers seem perfect for example)...
Any suggestions anyone can give for putting together an army like this, that'll still remain at least at little bit competitive...??
Thanks in adance...
You can quite easily get a "gaming" aremy by focussing on dryads, Treemen and Treekin, as all these are quite easy to get to "gaming" standard and then improve the looks when you have time - e.g. spray black, drybrush Dryads codex grey, wash with green/black ink wash, and drybrush agains with grey mixed with white to get a silver barky/lichen feeling like a silver birch...
Just minimize your elves. You can make a decent list with mostly forest spirits. Dryads are easy as stated. Treeman and treekin use up a lot of points and are very good troops. A great eagle can be painted quickly. Then of course you could always paint up a dragon as well. That would be a huge point sink.
I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.