Well I've decided to make a small blog to write down the evolution of my army and my experiences playing with it. BATTLE REPORTS In Chronological Order 1. Ratkin - Dominate 1000 points 2. Twilight Kin - Pillage 1250 points 3. Basilea - Pillage 1250 points 4. Elves - Kill & Pillage 1400 points 5. Undead - Kill 1500 points 6. Kingdoms of Men - Dominate 1500 points 7. Forces of Nature - Pillage 1500 points 8. Orcs - Loot 1500 points 9. Botherhood - Eliminate 1500 points 10. Twilight Kin - Invade 1500 points 11. Abyssals - Control 1500 points 12. Abyssals - Ransak 1500 points 13. Elves - Occupy 1500 points 14. League of Rhordia - Invade 1500 points 15. Ogres - Dominate 1500 points 16. Herd - Pillage 1500 points 17. Undead - Loot 2000 points 18. Goblins - Eliminate 2000 points 19. Kingdoms of Men - Push 1500 points 20. Abyssals - Control 1500 points NEW!! CURRENT ARMY (1500 points) Ghekkotah Skylord with Blade of Slashing Ghekkotah Skylord Mage-Priest with Surge and Inspiring Fire Elemental Horde with Blessing of the Gods Tyrant Horde with Brew of Sharpness Greater Fire Elemental Ankylodon Battle Platform Ghekkotah Warriors Regiment Ghekkotah Hunters It usually works in three main battlegroups: 1. Mage-Priest with FE Horde, GFE and Ghekkotah Hunters Troop This Group is really versatile, strong and surprisingly fast, surge is very powerful if used correctly. The Hunters serve as support and chaff for the main Combat units. 2. Ankylodon, Tyrants and Ghekkotah Warriors The Ankylodon serves as an anchor in the middle of the army, supported by the Tyrants on one side and usually the FE on the other, the Ghekkotah Warriors are usually deployed as chaff or as a flaking unit if the oportunity arises. 3. Twin Skylords These guys are like a Swiss knife, usually being annoying and even serving as chaff if its needed. If you see a flank or a rear they go for it.