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  1. maybe promising?!
  2. argh! The pain in the heart... By the blood god I hope not. Malerion will be a beast of trickery and disguise.
  3. (source: https://www.warhammer-community.com/2020/05/15/mysteries-of-the-mortal-realmsgw-homepage-post-1/) mysterious times ahead.
  4. Here is a Bell of list souls article about Malerion and his "maybe" Shadowstalker connection. https://www.belloflostsouls.net/2020/05/age-of-sigmar-about-those-shadow-aelves.html
  5. @Kramer The text says that executioners might have a place in an shadow kin army?
  6. The Daughters of Khaine battletome is really old now compared to the other battletomes around. Perhaps Morathis and Malerions units get a combined battletome in the future. Thats a big "maybe", because the Daughters are working really well inside their boundries, so new units are questionable. As stated in the new Souldbound Roleplay book, Malerion is not really close to neither Sigmar nor Teclis. He is the silent king in the shadow lands without actively siding with someone. He took a part in the capture of Slaanesh, but I cant confirm that he was closer to any other kin then his Dark aelfen souls he took such a risk of saving from slaaneshs belly. Malerion is a god now himself. As is Morathi and Malerion is more likely to side with his mother then any other power of the realms. Thats the way I see it.
  7. In my opinion you should magnetise the unit. It is worth to put some effort in that. The Avatar statue and the big mirror are easy to magnetise. The Medusa can be magnetised easy as well and Slaugherqueen or Hag Queen can stand on their base if you like. I would glue the two witch elves nevertheless.
  8. No no forget all the spells, the mortal wounds and what-ever-what. Those are just peanuts and small addons. The Hurricanum is a big buff generator that gives all of your Cities-keyworded units +1 to hit and +1 to cast. You might take the Luminark maybe more for the damage, but it gives a defensive buff of wound/mortal wound denial on a 6+. Note that you can give Stormcast units also the Cities of Sigmar Keyword. Now in bigger armies your return of investment of the Hurricanum is greater. It is far less interesting to use it on a 1000 point army then on a 2000 points one. You dont necessarily have the build a whole army around it, because it helps every unit, but you must see that you run into the problems that typical Daughters of Khaine lists have. The focus and castle around an important support unit. The hurricanum can have downsides and thats why the bridge looks so good in those armies. Lastly take a look on the winning tournament lists of Cities of Sigmar. The hurricanum is a candidate for the must have units in tournaments.
  9. a podcast format is always such a time effort. I will give it a try.
  10. that middle secion is rough! I am interested if the body of a vampire lord on zombie dragon might fit the mount?
  11. I really like the list of @Ravinsild and it reminds me of one of the Tournament winners with a Tempests Eye list of Dezember 2019 https://www.belloflostsouls.net/2019/12/aos-list-of-the-week-the-tempests-eye-sees-victory.html looks very competitive! I would like to show you my first iteration of that list with a dark aelfen vibe, some conversion ideas etc. etc. What do you think? Still competitive (3 instead of 6 Dracolines)? Allegiance: Cities of Sigmar- City: Tempest's EyeMortal Realm: AqshyCelestial Hurricanum With Celestial Battlemage (280)- Artefact: Patrician's Helm- Lore of Eagles: Aura of GlorySorceress on Black Dragon (300)- General- Witch Rod- Command Trait: Hawk-eyed- Lore of Eagles: Aura of GlorySorceress (90)- Lore of Eagles: Aura of Glory- City Role: General's Adjutant30 x Black Guard (420)30 x Darkshards (300)10 x Executioners (130)3 x Evocators on Dracolines (260)5 x Khinerai Heartrenders (90)- AlliesEmerald Lifeswarm (50)Soulscream Bridge (80)Total: 2000 / 2000Extra Command Points: 0Allies: 90 / 400Wounds: 120
  12. ok this looks fine and scaly. A few things: 1) as @readercolin mentioned already, you are forced to take Anvilguard in this configuration with the 3 behemoths 2) I think you did the best possible setup you could achieve with your model planning. However I wouldnt build and paint all 3 Hydras. Swap one for a Kharybdiss if you want to to make your hobby feeling more diverse. Khary is a bit weaker then the Hydra, but she is such a beauty ❤️ My Hydra/Kharybdiss (her name is Scylla) is completely magnetised so I can swap the heads and the tail. It was a big effort but worth in my opinion. It will be tricky with the color scheme though, but it works. Overall I think you will enjoy your army. Give it a story and a background!
  13. ...ah yeah. If you take the 10 additional corsairs you will drop one Kharibdyss. Can the rest of the points be filled?
  14. one thing first: plz give your army list a continous format. It is bad to read. Well in this configuration I do not think it is a very competitive list, but it depends strongly what you are up against and which lists. The best unit in the list are the Scourgerunner Chariots. The lists competitiveness grows with those. If it is possible I would suggest to buy 10 more Corsairs to make it a 40 aelf blob. This one can be a tough nut to crack on a objective. The fleetmasters are cheap, but very squishy. Overall your winning condition are mission objective not damage I think.
  15. Either those or you can stick with GW and make use of the old metal Carnosaurus. I was inspired by a picture like: As you asked I was thinking about making count-as models for the better Demigryph Warscroll and came to the Carnosaurus solution. What stopped me from getting started is that an army needs a bunch of those to get effective. I mean we need at least 3 big cold ones to proxy a squad of demigryph Knights. The problem of the metal model above is that the miniatures will have the same posture. Due to the metal if consists of conversions might be challenging. In the picture a Malus Darkblade conversion sits on top. I would use the Cold one Knights. The legs of the models can be adjusted and therefore fit various mounts in my opinion. Slap some green stuff on the Carnosaurus to make him look more armored if that is wanted. Another idea. Why play Demigryph knights anyway when other options like the Stormcast Dracolines might be more useful. Check out this thread. The Dracolines might be good mounts for some Cold one knights and this warscroll is also intersting. Stormcast units can easily be brought in a cities of sigmar army without having to ally them. This picture is for size comparison what a smaller (then a stormcast) model would look like on the dracoline.
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