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Autarch (Includes Yrie of Iyandenl)
Farseer (Includes Eldrad Ulthran)
Guardians (Why not? LOL )
So I was a little bored and decided to make a thread. So tell me people what is the core unit in your army that you just can't do without in ANY game you play?
Just for arguements sake I am excluding Wave Serpents since they are a Dedicated Transport. The Rule is for it to count towards this poll it must take up a slot in the Force Organisation Chart.
I have put a good number of choices in the poll that I suspect will be the only ones chosen and a couple of unlikely choices, but if you feel that there is a unit not in the list that you feel is essential to your cause then I have placed an 'Other' choice and please state what that unit is in a post.
Last edited by Farseer Macleod; February 25th, 2011 at 02:21.
Can't write an army list without having a Farseer/Eldrad Ulthran (with WarlockBodyguard) in there somewhere, mainly because I like Ulthwe over the other Craftworlds, plus they're generally awesome. Number 1 port of call for me.
What no Night Spinners?
Well I pretty much always use Fire Dragons and Night Spinners.
At the beginning of turn 1, I spray my opponent's army with the bacon flavored spray. Then I unleash my Boston Terrier Squiggoth who then devours their entire bacon flavored army! There is no defense against her cuteness! All are doomed!
Yeah i put fire dragons because I didn't see the farseer option. Ravenblade is right ya can't make a list without um.
Yes as in the book.
And get dem Dragons out of dem Falcons! Downright embarisin sometimes.
I'm just interested in knowing which of these 4 are the most important to other players.
Where are the Wave Serpents?
My beloved Eldar force, I'll judge your roster core. I appreciate your concern, You're gonna think and learn. Rep me... rep me, my friend.
To be clear if you had put wave serpents up as an option, that's what would have won. I think many Eldar lists are a bunch of wave serpents, and then we decide to put something or other in them.
Anyway I picked "seer council" to mean a squad of warlocks backed up by a farseer as the two complement each other so strongly.