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Hi guys, thinking of strating a new army but i dont want an army that everyone plays.
I was thinking of starting a wood elf army but from what i see on this site they seem very popular.If some of you could give me a list of the 5 most popular army (fantasy of course :) i would apreciate.
 

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WE aren't popular. I am the only one who plays WE at my GW. WEll to be truthful there are 2 other people with armies. They don't play with them though, they just got them for the fun of assembling ang painting them.
 

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well, my friends realy hate all elves (the call them "splets")
I am the only WE player i a group of five (soon with luck seven) and then there will be another WE player. i don't think WE are popular since they are a very difficult army to play. All unts have specifick tasks and do exel in them but not in others. So WE are to support eachother. O & G for example can affort to make mistakes because the have many troops (goblins) and tougher troops (orcs).

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Same here, I dont think WE is popular. Me and this other guy who is just starting are the only ones I know of that currently playsthem. Also there is a guy who has played them since there beggining:O . The most popular at my GW has to be Brettonians, also 4 others (as you asked) are in my experiences undead, hordes of chaos, orcs and goblins, and Empire. Moreover, please do not jump on the dwarf bandwagon. Good luck.
 

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Already then , thx a lot guys. I have been doing some dice test in the last few days and im starting to like the fast,agile but very naked WE :cry: .Those wardancer were quite deadly when i tested them,so were the waywatcher against hevealy armored knights (altought very expensive in points).
 
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