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  1. In regards to the "Halo of Blood" artifact from the Bloodlords Slaughterhost of Khorne "The bearer fights at the start of the combat phase, before the players pick any other units to fight in that combat phase. The bearer cannot fight again in that combat phase unless an ability or spell allows it to fight more than once." I understand that this would allow the bearer to fight first in their opponent's combat phase, but I am confused about what happens in the bearers combat phase. Would this mean that during my combat phase I would pick the bearer of the artifact to fight first, then pick another one of my units to attack before my opponent? Or would it mean I would pick the bearer of the artifact to fight first and then my opponent gets to pick a unit after that?
  2. Standard 4' x6'. Usually 10 pieces of terrain (4 larger pieces and 6 smaller). We tend to avoid using scenery rules like mystic, deadly, volcanic, etc as to keep the game less complicated. Its harder to convince him to play recently. Before the Ironjawz got their new battletome I would win every time. Since the Orruks new battletome I have played him once with my incomplete Sylvaneth army. He easily won that battle but I don't think it was a great indicator of things to come. We were playing "Battle for the Pass" which starts both armies pretty much clumped together on opposite ends of the table longways. I didn't have any wyldwoods built yet. Ironjaws went first, sent in his Mawkrusha with a really lucky charge roll and killed off 20 dryads in the first turn. He had the Mawkrusha buffed such as to have a 2+ save and -3 rend. Being that is was a small 1000 pt battle (that's all he has right now) and everything pretty much fell apart on my side of the table against it. It was the first time for me playing Sylvaneth and I made several tactical errors. I knew I would be at a disadvantage from the start but I wanted to get some experience figuring out the best way to play my new faction and it was the first time the Ironjawz player had won in a while so I consider it a "win/win" all around.
  3. I could write everything down on our next battle and report everything with pictures but I imagine that would be a very large post not everyone would appreciate. I am also worried having so many details would generate so many contradictory opinions at every stage as to make the feedback impossible to make sense of. On the other hand what do I have to loose? Perhaps we can leave the table up for a few days and I can divide each turn into its own post
  4. Sorry to confuse some of you. The Ironjawz player maybe stuck at 1000 points but I have 2000+ more and we typically play 2000 point games. I tried meeting engagements. They are fun, particular if you want to only go with 1000 pts. I had thought that perhaps a smaller board might mitigate some mobility advantages Seraphon have. I was wrong. Starting from the back edge had me running to grab an objective while Seraphon would just teleport to their own objectives. By the time I could beat him back it was mathematically impossible to catch up on victory points.
  5. I should also put some context here that we all started playing at the same time. The Seraphon playing is not some old experienced player squishing novice noobs. Perhaps he is really smart, or perhaps I am real dumb. That is my purpose in the original post to figure out how to be a little smarter in this context.
  6. I really appreciate all this feed back. Sounds like a big part part of the problem is the composition of my army, and fixing it to counter these tactics will likely be as expensive as starting over with a new army. Fortunately I am almost done with my Sylvaneth army so I will get another chance to change the equation there. Though I do really like the idea of a Murder Host as I can start first and get where I need to be faster. I might have to try that. Our Ironjawz friend has it even worse and I can now see why he has struggled even more than I. As we were building our armies we would play smaller battles with the models we had ready. He only has 1000 points ready now and a big chunk of that is his Maw-Krusha. With so few models in the board that has left lots of room for Seraphon to teleport and the small point limit heavily favors the flat summoning rate of the Slann. His Maw-Krusha seems invincible and wrecks anything it can get to, but it is only one unit. It can't be everywhere at once.
  7. Yeah - I have seen the same charts showing Seraphon close to the bottom. Which is why I am so confused by why I am doing so poorly, and why I am hoping there is some tactic or rule I am missing that would explain this.
  8. I am not sure if I agree with your math. If the Saurus Oldblood attachs a bloodletter unit or flesh hounds and uses their command ability, my quick math shows them doing 6 wounds with their jaws alone. Then another 3 with their spear, plus 1.5 wounds on the gauntlet shooting. There is some forlimbs in there somewhere. If they are not dead by then the battleshock with finish them off. Surgical strikes against Slann won't work as it is hidding behind a rock that I probably can't get to and will only teleport away if it looks like I might get there. While teleporting does happen in the hero phase and the summon happens in the moment phase, that does not prevent him from teleporting his Slann closer to me and in cover somewhere, and then summon the beast close to me. The the beast then charges me ruins all my plans. Another tactic I have not found a good way to counter. Slaughterpriests do indeed slow him down (he really hates it when I blood boil him twice in my turn). Especially if they are near my skull alter, but so far it has not been enough to push him back and get the objectives.
  9. I have talked to this player and he agrees, knowing that our fun can't go on like it is. I have encouraged him that we should all start on creating new armies with new factions so that we have more combinations to fight with. What about using blood reavers instead of an allied unit? They are cheapish on points and a little bit faster. Worth the investment? I want to avoid switching over to a mortal army but I have already let in some mortals already so it is a smaller jump than to rely on allies.
  10. The 1/3 chance of not teleportation was changed in the latest GHB2019. Now it is just a straight teleport without any roll (but no possibility to make a normal move after the teleport) Getting to the objectives first can be hard as Khorne are not known for their speed. Going first can be costly as it means I will not kill anyone my first turn, but his quick footed teleporting reptiles won't have any trouble getting the charge. "Look out, Sir" would not apply to my bloodthirster or my Daemon Prince (forgot to mention I have one of those too). With a 30" range he can make sure to keep his Bastilidon far back and make it difficult to get to. Killing the Bastilidon I found is pretty ineffective as it has a save of 3+, ignores all rend, and ignores half of all mortal wounds. In the time it takes me to kill it I probably could kill two or three of his other beasts. These ideas might help, but there has to be more. I hope the answer is not to abandon my whole army.
  11. Well myself and two friends have been playing for a while now. I play a mainly Daemons of Khorne army, while my two friends play Seraphon and Ironjawz. The Seraphon player almost always wins each time. Not sure what the rest of us are doing wrong but it is killing our little gaming group. The Ironjaws player rarely likes to play anymore, having learned from experience that he can't win. I keep trying from time to time hoping that I will finally find the key to countering the various tactics he employs to kill us. I'm kinda stubborn that way. So I have decided to throw my problem to the experts here in hopes that somebody might have the answer. I hope that I am not coming off as some whining loser. I just want to play knowing I have a fair chance of pulling off a victory. It's no fun loosing every time. The Seraphon uses a Slann Starmaster as their general using the "Great Remember" command trait and Incandescent Restricts artifact. So they can teleport around the board twice. They use this tactic to great effect. This ability is used to- Take objectives early in the game. Reinforce his control of those objectives each round. Teleport his most dangerous units against my weakest units. Teleport his most dangerous beasts in deep strikes after my strongest units move forward. Teleport swarms of cheap skinks to any heavily guarded territory to claim objectives. I just can't seem to get where I need to be fast enough as he jumps from one side of the board to the other controlling the battle. Now you might think that the fact that he has to stay 9' away when teleporting would give me a chance to counter some of this. That's where his Troglodon comes in with a +3' to charge allow him to get the charge more often than not after a teleport. He uses a Saurus Oldblood on a Carnosaur to shoot me at range after teleporting (along with the shooting attacks of the Troglodon), and tear through any weaker units it can get to and counter any of my stronger ones. To make matters worst he has a Bastiladon with a big anti demon death ray on it's back that will ensure that my strongest unit (usually my Wrath Bloodthirster) will be among the first to die. I have given up giving any artifacts to my strongest heroes knowing they won't have much of a chance to use them. He keeps that Slann way in the back, hidden, buffing his arming with a constellation and turning all his spells into summoning points, so I can expect that if I manage to kill his Troglodon, Carosaur, or Bastildon, they will be coming right back on round 3. And thanks to the teleportation I can expect them to be in the battle immediately. The only strategy that has worked even a little for me is to somehow kill the Slann before he can summon something with all those celestial points he has been saving. But that almost never happens as he will simply teleport away if I start getting close. From what I have read, Seraphon are considered one of the weaker armies right now. But from my own personal experience I have not seen how they can loose. So I am hoping that someone can help me unravel this mystery. Now I know that someone is going to ask what units I have available in my army to work with, so here is what I have available now. Wrath of Khorne Bloodthirster 6 Bloodcrushers 30 Bloodletters Bloodsecrator 5 Fleshhounds Bloodthrone Karanak Skull Cannon Skullmaster 2 Slaughterpriests Skull Alter
  12. A friend and I decided to try the new options for Open Play using the Open Play Generator. The rules require players to put units wholly within 3" of their "arrival edge" which in my case 18" long. There is no way even a small force would fit in such a small area. Large models can hang off the edge but units with larger model counts can't all fit in the area. Am I reading this wrong?
  13. In a world full of demigods, demons, mad gods, undead, and talking trees all fighting for dominance, I love the idea of regular old humans fighting for their right to exist and make a difference but I just can't get behind the cannons and pantaloons of the free guild. I would love to have the knights in shining armor of Bretonnia if they brought them back.
  14. I recently played a few games with a Khorne player and because I am a Khorne player myself I have a few questions. The battletome states "In addition to any other prayer they can chant, each PRIEST in a Khorne army knows one blessing from the Blood Blessings of Khorne". Does this mean that they can pray for something like a blood boil and then turn around and also chant a blessing like Killing Frenzy on the same phase? Second, I heard there was a errata allowing slaughterpriests to dispel endless spell after they have been successfully cast. I haven't been able to find any such errata. Does anyone know if this is true and where to find where this is stated? Third, in the battletome it states "At the start of the hero phase, you can use 1 or more Blood Tithe points to receive 1 reward from the Blood Tithe table below." Since it does not state who's hero phase does that mean Blood Tithe can be redeemed in your your own hero phase as well as your opponents? Or can they only be redeemed in your own hero phase?
  15. The bestigor's despoilers ability says "Add 1 to hit roles for attacks made by this unit that target enemy units with 10 or more models. In addition, you can re-roll hit rolls of 1 for attacks by this unit that target Order units" If I add 1 to a hit roll then it is impossible to roll a 1. Does that mean that I can not add a +1 to hit against Order units that have 10 or more models (just re-rolling 1's). Or is the intent that I can re-roll 'unmodified' rolls of 1 in this case.
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