Quite the cloak of feathers.
I enjoy both thoroughly, even though I'm not the greatest at playing the game. I'm quite lacking in being able to predict the outcome of many...
I reject your own rules and just punch people in the face anyway.
Shoot them. Shoot them with whatever you can get.
As long as you don't try to punch them you'll be fine.
Re: temple gaurd with slann = 5 or 6 models needed for each
Keep in mind that you probably don't want to willingly just give up on denying other...
I usually keep any Stegadon I might have as a back-up charge for my saurus, both joining charges and counter-charging.
An ancient Stegadon...
I wouldn't put any hopes into that. :]
Character name: Ix
Character type (i.e., Prince, Scar-Veteran): Saurus Oldblood
Army (i.e., Dark Elves, Skaven): Lizardmen
That makes it two of us.
I did want to enter a Wood Elf but alas I can't be bothered to dust off the book. So an Oldblood is signing up instead.
Nope, but I live just about 900Km away. :D
I'd go with the bow myself, by the time you're within shooting range of blowpipes you'd probably want to consider charging anyway.
Not that you'll...
And that's why you get a ton of skinks!
No, the skink-remark wasn't all too serious.
A ton of skinks.
S3 can still wound T10 on 6+!
No but really, Steam Tanks aren't immune to poison. At least I couldn't find anything that could...
Well I guess that I could share a recent photographic evidence of my existence. For all those who couldn't make me out from...
Got a bunch of old Salamanders. ;)
These beauties are what I'm talking about.
Which basically tips a multi-charge further to your favour rather than your opponent's.
Well he has some 2-3 units of Quarrellers and a unit or so of Thunderers. He's not going to use cannons on the skinks.
With a 12" range I have to...
So I don't usually have much trouble figuring out possibilities in fighting different armies but I have found myself a bit lost when trying to...
Depending on the model I'd take older versions if possible.
For instance the old Salamanders.
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