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  1. Allegiance: Stormcast Eternals The Light of Eltharion (220) - Allies Celestant-Prime (300) Lord-Celestant on Stardrake (500) - Celestine Hammer Lord-Castellant (120) Knight-Incantor (120) 5 x Liberators (90) - Warhammer & Shield 5 x Liberators (90) - Warhammer & Shield 5 x Liberators (90) - Warhammer & Shield 5 x Judicators (140) - Skybolt Bows 10 x Vanari Auralan Wardens (120) - Allies 6 x Prosecutors with Stormcall Javelins (180) - 2x Stormsurge Tridents Dais Arcanum (30) Total: 2000 / 2000 Extra Command Points: 0 Allies: 340 / 400 Wounds: 104 I know the Prosecutors are pretty much not good. My hope is that they go with the Celestant Prime or capture objectives with their fly movement. I love the models and want to paint them so I can accept sub par. My thinking is that the Wardens have a pretty decent war scroll, and some durability. They don't get Shining Company AFAIK as allies, but still can self buff.
  2. Cool, that Shooting Mortal-wound attack is a good point. I forgot he could do that LOL. The combo of Prime + Eltharion killing a character is a good idea. He might even cause some targeting priority issues for my opponents vs the Prime heh.
  3. Thanks Maturin, I've got the Lumineth Battletome (and 2 sets of the boxed sprue) so it's easy to test out. I didn't realize that having the "mini Gotrek" would be a good addition for the Stormcast but it makes sense. Especially with the Battleplans that give a bonus for heroes.
  4. That list seems really frigging cool! What’s Eltharion adding there, because it looks like a lot of fun to play and I’m very interested. Also, is that artifact lantern worth 160pts in the list? I guess it can help vs the “mortal wounds on 6+” stuff out there.
  5. Cool, I'm going to try him out and see first then swap for a 'gheist if it doesn't work out.
  6. You clearly a Ghoul fan I've heard conflicting things about them from players. Some people don't think they're worth it in big blocks, but I like having a single big block of 40. I would love to put 120 on the board and drown the world in ghouls, but I don't have the patience to build and paint that many. 80 (40+2x10 and then 20 for summoning) is plenty for me. Likewise with the Archregent, I don't have another model but that is definitely a good choice! Thanks very much for the advice. If I dropped the Royal Terrorgheist from the Deadwatch list and Cogs, I can put a single unit of 40 ghouls in like you suggested, and replace the second CP with a Chalice endless spell to support the ghouls. Then the Archregent can summon in either a 20 ghoul block or a Vargheist.
  7. Thanks! I love the idea of using Mannfred, but I recognize he's not super great for his points. My alternate here would be a. Royal Terrorgheist and the Cadaverous Barricade and I also quite like this list (it's similar to List 1 but without the Mordants+Horrors and I don't know if the battalion is worth the cost).
  8. Hi all, I'm back to looking at FEC lists with a goal of assembling a competitive (but not "tournament winning" 5-0 style) list. I have 3 options I'm broadly considering, would love some input on them. Feast Day Royal Mordants: Allegiance: Flesh Eater Courts - Grand Court: Court of Delusion - The Feast Day Abhorrant Archregent (240) - General Abhorrant Ghoul King on Royal Terrorgheist (420) Varghulf Courtier (160) 30 x Crypt Ghouls (300) 10 x Crypt Ghouls (100) 10 x Crypt Ghouls (100) 6 x Crypt Flayers (340) 3 x Crypt Horrors (130) Royal Mordants (120) Chalice of Ushoran (50) Cadaverous Barricade (40) Total: 2000 / 2000 Extra Command Points: 1 Allies: 0 / 400 Wounds: 115 Feast Day Mannfred: Allegiance: Flesh Eater Courts - Grand Court: Court of Delusion - The Feast Day Mannfred, Mortarch of Night (340) - Allies Abhorrant Ghoul King on Royal Terrorgheist (420) Abhorrant Archregent (240) - General 40 x Crypt Ghouls (360) 10 x Crypt Ghouls (100) 10 x Crypt Ghouls (100) 6 x Crypt Flayers (340) Extra Command Point (50) Chalice of Ushoran (50) Total: 2000 / 2000 Extra Command Points: 1 Allies: 340 / 400 Wounds: 116 Blisterskin Deadwatch: Allegiance: Flesh Eater Courts - Grand Court: Blisterskin Abhorrant Ghoul King on Royal Terrorgheist (420) Abhorrant Archregent (240) - General Crypt Infernal Courtier (120) 6 x Crypt Flayers (340) 3 x Crypt Flayers (170) 3 x Crypt Flayers (170) Royal Terrorgheist (300) Deadwatch (110) Chronomantic Cogs (80) Extra Command Point (50) Total: 2000 / 2000 Extra Command Points: 2 Allies: 0 / 400 Wounds: 89
  9. This is great work from GW! I’m super excited to try this one out as well. Will probably experiment with some smaller Stormcast units of Evocators or Sequitors, possibly the Underworlds units.
  10. Path to Glory rules are a cool idea as well to stretch this out. And maybe even use the rules from the books What did you use originally? Blobs of Ghouls or the Knights? The courtier (non Varghulf) seemed a little weak to add in unless it was a fourth or extra selection?
  11. I’ve played Kill Team / familiar with the size and wondered if there was even movement LOL. When I first looked at the board setups I couldn’t figure out why they were so sparse, then saw the table size... I think if there’s more terrain it could be interesting making it more like 3x4 and have the falling rocks from the one battle extend out further. Especially if you adjust the rules so that far engagement reaction allows for move/run vs stationary when not in shooting range.
  12. I like this, elegant solution to the issue of non-shooting units doing nothing. Pushes it to a more generic type of reaction as well: If the unit is in range of any shooting attack/effect then as written, otherwise they close in varying distances.
  13. Awesome! The Vanguard units make a lot more sense in the “beast hunting” narrative TBH. And it’s one of the reasons I want to go with Death or Chaos as enemies (so I can justify the story a bit easier in my head lol). Ironically it’s Chaos that I’m having a harder time coming up with equivalents for the Trogs. The FEC have a more natural fit really, with the reaction table and base sizes being very close. I also have a supply of Death models nearly ready to use and need to borrow Chaos. If you or anyone else has any ideas for a good Chaos setup I’d love it! Only one I can think of off hand is a Demon Prince as the big boss.
  14. Thanks for the advice! Currently my goal is to use this as a motivation for painting up some parts of my planned 2k army. So far I’m thinking because it’s death magic this will be Sacrosanct units: Lord Arcanum on Gryph Charger, 10 Sequitors and 3 Evocators on Dracolines.
  15. I was thinking of: 3 Crypt Flayers 4w / 12” mv / 5+ sv / 10 br 3 Crypt Horrors 4w / 7” mv / 5+ sv / 10 br 1 Varghulf 8w / 10” mv / 5+ sv / 10 br Royal Terrorgheist 14w / 14” mv / 4+ sv / 10 br Further analysis from the Trogs: 3 Rockgut 4w / 6” mv / 5+ sv / 5 br with Regen, 5+ FnP, 12” ranged MW 3 Fellwater 4w / 6” mv / 5+ sv / 5 br with Regen, -1 TH melee, 6” ranged atk 1 Dankhold 10w / 6” mv / 4+ sv / 6 br with Regen, Magic resist MW melee aura and instant kill melee attack 1 Dankboss 12w / 6” mv / 4+ sv / 7 br with Regen, Magic resist MW melee aura and instant kill melee attack With all of that, my idea is to add Regen to all the FEC to represent rampant death magic that must be stopped by destroying a Charnel Throne guarded by the Terrorgheist. Then it’s roughly equivalent, and I’ll play Hard Mode so I always have at least the Varghulf and 2 other units with it.
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