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Fresh Blood on a Dark Path... or Help the NOOB.

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So I've finally taken the plunge and committed to an army.

Slaves to Darkness, naturally.

I've played a few games using warriors, knights and some chosen that I aquired a few years ago.  Of course I decided to expand my force and bought a pile of plastic crack, I just picked models that I liked the look of. 

Having very little understanding of the synergies with this faction or potentially competitive builds, I throw myself and my mound of expensive plastic at the feet of those who already walk the Path of Chaos, in hope that I may learn something and build an interesting list.

My only request is that the warriors have halbreds and shields as I went to great lengths to get enough for 20 warrior.

 

HERE IS WHAT I HAVE

Currently I have; 

1 built chaos lord
1 unbuilt mounted lord
1 unbuild chaos lord/sorcerer  on  manticore
10 built chaos knights
10 unbuild chaos marauder horsemen
2 unbuilt chariots/gorebeast chariots
15 built chaos warriors with hand weapons and shields
12 unbuilt warriors
20 built 'marauders' (blood reaver models with shields)
10 built chosen
10 chaos hounds
1 warshrine
1 vortex beast

Any and all suggestions welcome, thanks in advance :)
 

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Well, Slaves to Darkness are good in that they are pretty solid, so you can easily field warriors and knights who are quite tough, by the way, with marauders as light cavalry at least, and be fine. Shrine can be useful too, so you can only acquire Archaon and his Varanguard:)

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