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Bandit-94

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  1. this weekend I will do my last tournament with the band I've been testing for quite a while (S. Guard). after this tournament I'm going to dedicate myself totally to this warband that, IMO, hides a huge potential 😙
  2. Sunday tournament battle report. 14 players: 2 cursebreakers 3 steelheart 2 gitz (one was me) 2 thorns 3 magore 1 tzeentch 1 skaven first round vs Thorns (hold objectives build) I lead throughout the game always maintaining a good lead, except for his final comeback with 3 keys and supremacy for a glory swing of 9 points that cost me the victory. it is my fault that I did not expect such a large comeback second round vs stormsire relic very interesting build, unfortunately for him the deck did not work properly and was an easy victory for me. third round vs skaven very difficult game that was experienced as an eternal climb to an uncertain victory until the last, especially when, with Confusion, he denied me Supremacy to do it himself. with great effort I can reassemble and tear a victory with only one point of advantage. (after this game I started to feel the fatigue of the tournament) fourth round vs magore IMO the worst enemy of gitz .. and luck! I can easily win because my opponent was unlucky all the time at the dice. he looked like he was cursed hahaha fifth and last round vs cursebreakers you play for third and fourth place. I did not understand his strategy very much. it seemed an aggro but did not advance, perhaps he expected me to go to him? it's what's happened, because his remaining in his half board I interpreted it as a hold objective playstyle, lol without really understanding what was the goal of his decklist, I managed to win and win the third place. the top 5 was: 1- magore 2- gitz hold obj 3- gitz flex (me) 4- cursebreakers 5- steelheart this is my decklist, I hope it can help : https://www.underworldsdb.com/shared.php?deck=0,N92,N94,243,257,N374,N303,N317,N319,N340,N347,L29,N102,N116,N99,318,320,331,348,N389,N400,N426,L38,391,427,N499,N503,N511,N527,N543,N546,N385,383
  3. the tome of offerings to me seems broken. at the moment here in the north of Italy the aggro playstyle is still widespread. orruks, magore and aggro cursebreakers are still the top tiers. after the BAR list and the new expansions that introduced new cards for control playstyle like Extreme flank and Keep them guessing the situation was quite balanced. I finished second in last month's tournament with the Sepulchral Guard, and the first one played the Thorns, a situation that pre-BAR would never have happened. In my view of things, a card like tome of offerings will move the balance needle back onto the aggro playstyle as it rewards too easily those who only aim to smash skulls. one kill, immediately 2 glory points, the same ones I would do at the end of the turn with extreme flank, or Keep them Guessing, or march of the dead, or mad scurry, all cards that require certain choices throughout the entire turn and that will reward me only at the end phase. in case you can also achieve an "immediately" objective, it rewards you as much as Supremacy. A card so generic will be used by everyone, but only some warbands will be able to exploit it at best .. the same warbands that have been considerably weakened by the BAR list for a reason..
  4. Yes, tome of offerings in broken, really
  5. Frozen in Time on Mollog can crush this warband for an entire phase.
  6. this warband seems very weak. even the dog, a model that I expected to have at least different stats than the other members, is nothing to write home about. however, I believe that their strength is that they can "double" certain upgrades. Grundann + great strenght = 4dmg attacks Jagathra + great speed = 6 hexes of movement I believe that based on what they earn when they get inspired, everyone will have upgrades that capitalize on these stats increases
  7. of course, you can not do another charge action, but an attack after charging in the next activation yes. make a charge and then bring close enemy models sure that mollog can no longer attack is an excellent bait
  8. Mollog + Second Wind = awesome
  9. from today I can say that having bought the Leader Pack was not a total waste of money. the deck only focuses on Mollog and many useless cards like Blod Advance or Plant a Standard could be reconsidered.
  10. I think support is the key to survival of the warband. try to inspire your warband as soon as possible with objectives like those you mentioned and try to keep your models as close as possible to each other. 2 dodge with double support is a good defense and, in case your opponent fails the attack, you are already ready for the counter-charge
  11. https://www.underworldsdb.com/shared.php?deck=0,N92,N94,N95,243,257,N374,N303,N317,N319,N340,N347,L29,N102,N115,N116,N99,318,320,331,348,N389,N400,N426,L38,391,427,N499,N503,N511,N527,N543,N546# i'm using this decklist
  12. As you know, the Greavers have been hit hard by the BAR list. as described in the katoprhane relic article, the gang lacks of ways to quickly kill enemy models. IMO, shadeglass hammer and shadeglass knife still a must in a deck like this. without them the attack power of the warband would be too small to hold up a comparison with warbands like magore's and stormcast that can be easy-one shot your best fighters. also the voidstone sword seems to me an excellent weapon given the great presence of wizards. the ploys I recommend are all those that give you extra attack dices. the charges must obligatorily be successful as the warbands are composed of glass cannons. moreover, more score immediatley objectives can be better inserted. if you do not take a good lead from the first round the game will be very hard. What do you think :)?
  13. finally, the Saturday tournament report. 9 participants, I placed second. my decklist: https://www.underworldsdb.com/shared.php?deck=0,59,62,65,243,257,292,N317,L29,L27,N385,N347,73,76,78,83,320,331,332,334,348,362,383,391,403,N426,N499,N527,N546,L38,N340,427,384 1 Sep. guard. (myself) 2 magore 2 cursebreakers 1 orruks 1 nighthaunt 1 fireslayers 1 ??? first pairing: Vs fireslayers - won they did not give me any kind of problem, maybe it's because I played them for a long time or my opponent was not too experienced. while my champion acted as a deterrent to the progress of his models, at the first end phase supremacy and keep them guessing sealed the victory immediately. second pairing: nighthaunt - lost I ruled the whole game. I had 10 glories, he 5. I just had to do a move to keep them guessing and i moved my warden of 1 hex random. if I had moved my prince of dust in its territory I would have won, because in the end phase I gain 2 glories (total 12), he instead supremacy, DENIAL (which nighthaunt plays denial ??), shining example and the extra glory for the slumbering key , for a total of 13 glories. ouch! his unpredictable comeback was a bit depressing for me, but I had to recover quickly for my third opponent! third pairing: vs magore - won the Magore's fiends frightened me, I was afraid that their speed and their attack power would tear each model one after another. fortunately it did not happen that way, in fact my opponent has committed a bit of positioning errors that I exploited to the maximum, managing to snatch a comfortable victory. fourth pairing: Vs magore - draw hard, hard match against an expert player. I have used all my energy, all the resources and opportunities to bleed less possible glories and at the same time gaining them. 12 glories each, no band totally destroyed and a model each on an objective. perfect draw. fifth pairing: Vs ??? - won I swear, I tried to remember with all my strength but I do not remember absolutely NOTHING of this match except that I won ahah XD sixth and last pairing: Vs Stormsire he played a defensive list, I played the same way. my deck was better designed to play that strategy and when he tried to reach me to tear me a few points I was able to make the right movements to bring me totally out of his range of charge, thanks also to Illusory fighter played in response to his hidden paths. I reached second place and I can say I'm really satisfied with this result. the only real defeat was inflicted on me by something so unexpected for me that it would have been impossible to foresee it even if I had to think about it for hours in a row, so that's fine! the nighthaunt player also won the tournament, so that strategy has rewarded him and I'm very happy for him! conclusions on the deck: the decklist is solid and flexible. in my opinion the secret of a good deck is to build an objective deck in which, whatever the 3 cards you will draw, at least 2 can certainly score them together. about skellies: managing 7 models with their slowness is not easy, but if you can predict a little bit of your opponent's moves and move the models accordingly, most of the problems are solved by themselves.
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