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Hi everyone, hope you are all well. I've currently got a fully painted 2000 point Skaven list, but I'm really struggle to make it work in age of Sigmar. It goes alright in against death, destruction and other chaos armies but once order is involved I get shot up horrendously. I have got about 1200 points of Khorne Bloodbound I would like to start painting and build into a competitive 2000 point list that will literally be indestructible against say an order army. What I'm looking for: - a wall of skullcrushers both with Khorne warriors and daemon riders - some bloodletters What I have currently: - 20 blood warriors - 20 blood reavers - 1 mighty lord of Khorne - 1 slaughterpriest - 1 khorgorath - 1 blood secrator - 1 blood stoker - 3 might skullcrushers can anyone help me achieve this list and anything else I might need to just create havoc for the enemy. Thankyou very much Brendan
Hi guys im looking to preferably trade the bloodbound from the starter set for either the stormcast from starter set or something of equal value ( stormcast or order). Will consider cash offers. all are assembled and base coated and as you can see are in various stages of being painted. Located in scotland .
We played this scenario using the SCGT comp (100 points). We went for more of a 'ruined city wall' setting, rather than the chaos dreadhold from the book. However we applied the scenery rules for dreadhold to our walls. 3 objectives on or behind the walls to be captured before the end of turn 6. Khorne Bloodbound allied with Skaven Pestilens, led by Bel'Akor vs Warherds allied with Thunderscorn led by a Bull centaur. So a mixed bag. Bloodbound kicked off with an epic first turn. Boosted by the command ability from the scenario, the blood secretor's banner and also by a piece of mystical terrain, they were able to push through the first line(chimera, ghorgon, bull centaur, chariot) and were quickly at the base of the walls. Pestilens sneaking up the left flank, through the woods, heading for the left-hand city gate. Bullgors, boosted by being in a battalion formation, put out some heavy damage on the counter attack, obliterating the 6 skullcrushers. Blood warrior units absorbing a lot of damage, but giving it back in the process. Assaulting the wall slowed the advance quite a bit, but Bel'Akor was able to fly up there to lead the advance, supported by artillery fire from the skaven weapon teams.. Gradually the Dragon Ogres were overwhelmed and the walls were stormed. Victory to Khorne!