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I play an Alaitoc Eldar army and I am considering adding a Harlequin unit. I'm already using two elites choices, so I can only add one squad. Any regular unit would seem unfluffy, but Solitaires supposedly roam the warp looking for eldar skilled enough to become new Harlequins. A solitaire may be fluffy.
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Well, I would see any Harlequin unit going all by itself to join an Eldar army without the troupe as being, technically, unfluffy.Originally Posted by Witchbladeweilder
Are you looking for effectiveness to support your army, or just the most fluffy thing? And are you using the GW rules, or, the EO rules? ^_^
An army list and what you're looking for in the Harlequin unit will help, too.
If I don't get back to you quickly enough after your next reply, it's because I'm at a concert. I'll be able to help you out more later on tonight. ^_^
you kind of answered your own questionOriginally Posted by Witchbladeweilder
other than solitaires for example a great harlequin or shadowseer i would add a unit of troupes along with them.
taking 1-3 death jesters works as well(i wouldnt go overboard here though ).
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