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Offline Chris

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The Combat Void.
« on: December 23, 2014, 01:02:40 PM »
Hey guys...
So i'm working on my Deamons list, I have about 1200 pts pure Nurgle, which is neat, but I need something that can do a bit more than hold the line.
I need something that can chop things up good. Obviously Khorn is the normal combat option, but from what I have heard, they can be fairly fragile...
What would the best option be? Khorn or Slanesh?

So far I have
2 x Nurgle Herald on foot
40 x Plague bearers
6 x Plague drones
3x bases of Nurglings

and potentially 20 x blood letters. I need some speed and agression so was wondering between Flesh hounds and Seekers of Slanesh... which would you go for?

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Re: The Combat Void.
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2014, 02:47:13 PM »
When I looked at your message I first thought 'why not Dragon Ogres?'... I need to remember the WoC and DoC differences. ::)

How about Bloodcrushers? They look to be rather tough (I remember that juggers used to give some nice saves) and, IIRC, they move as cavalry so are pretty quick.

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Re: The Combat Void.
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2014, 04:15:45 PM »
Blood crushers were horrifically OP in the previous edition, however, they truely got smacked upside the head by the nerfbat with the new codex (or so I'm told). Whilst they're amazing models, they've rubbish rules... Too overpriced for too little output.

 

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