emd1983 Posted January 18, 2019 Share Posted January 18, 2019 Hey all! I am relatively new to AoS, and I have been reflecting on how best to build lists that are a balance of fun, thematic, and also competitive. I do really enjoy narrative play games, as well as the lore and so on, but I still think that trying to create competitive 2000pt armies is an enjoyable challenge. I was hoping to take advantage of all of the expertise on this forum, and ask for advice, tips, and general good points on generating competitive and fun lists? It seems that in the newest versions the main advantage is going to be bodies - given how victory points are generated - have I got that right? I presume any unit that is battleline, durable, and can be taken in large numbers will be the core of any army? If an army could deploy a huge unit to capture an objective, is this not going to be the main method for securing objectives and therefore victory? Don't know if I have got that right - thoughts appreciated! Also - is it worth picking one type of unit, e.g. sequitors/reapers, and then taking them in huge quantities? Is this specialisation better than a "flexible" army? What are the thoughts on endless spells/extra command points etc - worth the investment? Thanks for all your thoughts and advice!! 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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