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    Oriental themed army

    hey i am reading a book called forbidden city and in it the main character is making an amry of terracota soliders out of clay so anyways i decided i wanted to make an oriental army and i thought i would use a wood elves because they have tons of bow fire


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    Quote Originally Posted by hero
    hey i am reading a book called forbidden city and in it the main character is making an amry of terracota soliders out of clay so anyways i decided i wanted to make an oriental army and i thought i would use a wood elves because they have tons of bow fire
    Scroll down the Wood Elves forum and you'll see this (Nippon Ninja Army?)thread. Read through it and then see what you think.

    I don't see how terracotta soldiers remind you of wood elves as the former are frozen in time and clay while the latter and alive and spritely, but hey, I'll go with it!
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    Personally.. I'd use dwarves to reflect the pondrous but tough nature of the statues. That, and dwarves can have crossbows. If I remember right, the Chinese invented crossbows.

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