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Phoenix Guard – Arguably the most useful of our infantry units, these guys feature something rather rare in High Elves infantry, and that is durability. I guess that right now you will be up to your neck with the “basic” review. Earthing Rod – A nice safety valve for miscasts at critical times. ButI don’t think it’s the strongest build out there and a bit situational. And this is arguably the most dangerous “nuke” spell in Warhammer for aemy – no Look Out, Sir!
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I’ve seen many games where games are lost on deployment alone. The result of a successful charge should net you more success in the subsequent turns than harm. Remember what I said booi battlefield roles?
A nice spell to have. If you don’t do this then even the best defensive list will get outmaneuvered and the best offensive list will get pulled out of position by enemy chaff.
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As for most balanced Lores, feel free to take whatever. Again, understanding how the opposing army works helps greatly here. A potent Lore Attribute, as the ability to get dice back after doing damage can really keep a Magic phase going strong.
The range isn’t great, but that’s not too big a deal. Enchanted Items Cloak of Beards – Sure, it only works against one army, but it wrecks that army hard for not that many points.
I am also curious how are you going to deal with the fact that spells and units are often treated in a vacuum while their abilities depend on the army and on the enemy at least.
If a unit is carrying Great Weapons and is in horde formation, it’s probably something you should deploy smartly against because that thing is going to fuck your shit up if you play dumb. In order for you to succeed in combat, you must dispel the magic he will use to turn combat in his favor. That said, it can come off as being a bit redundant in some cases, and it won’t help you hit harder. Take Sword Masters for example, what do they do best? If someone says they won’t play with you because of a certain magic item, it’s time to find a new gaming group.
That said, the access to higgh that cause Terror make it feel a bit superfluous in a lot of cases. This is the wrong way to approach a lead. Handmaiden of the Everqueen – Obviously, 8hh ideal scenario is to sit in a unit of Sisters of Avelorn, preferably with The Reaver Bow and a Potion of Strength to act as a heavy-hitting shooter.
Lothern Sea Helm BSB – The first thing to point out is that I consider a Battle Standard-Bearer of some kind to be mandatory ; with that in mind, I think that the Sea Helm can offer a couple of nice things, but he’s far from a slam dunk choice in this role. A magic missile with a decent amount of hits, but not nearly enough steam behind them. I want you to take a step back and think about what can happen even before you charge.
Standard of Discipline – Given that I’m not a big fan of Princes, this is probably the best way to get Ld10 in your army, should you feel you need it. Sword of Bloodshed – Lots of extra attacks, but that won’t matter much if they can’t hurt anything, and it’s pricey. Scarecrow Banner – Conditional, but so cheap that it doesn’t matter all that much.
Featherfoe Torc – This save is just too conditional. Navigation Main page Recent changes Random page Help. Flanking is also quite simple: Fortunately, there are a lot more good spells than bad, and that includes the signature. This is the defining special rule for a High Elves player, and I don’t think it’s a stretch to say it makes the army the elite, hard-hitting force it is.
This softcover book is in excellent overall condition. Wed Jun 19, 9: Any kind of investment in Shadow is a good investment if you ask me, and a L4 with Shadow is hard to beat as a Mage choice. I don’t know how this happens, but players get lost the ecstasy of great plays or luck and think now that the main threats are gone that the game is in their hands. Always Strikes First – This boon is almost astoundingly good when combined with the Elves’ elite statlines in the Weapon Skill and Initiative departments, because re-rolls to hit in addition to going first is almost insult to injury.
They are already incredibly powerful in close combat because of WS6, S5 and 2A, but now give them the T7 and Regen and things just get ridiculous. This goes hand in hand with what I said about anticipating combat results.
This is a good place to put Mages and other characters that you don’t want in fights.
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Hand of Glory is a nice augment, Arcane Unforging is anti-character in the best way, and finally Drain Magic lets you undo whatever spells your opponent is using to manipulate the field of battle goodbye undead augments.
Oh, and did afmy mention the Lore Attribute of High Magic? Think from his perspective and predict what he would do after he successfully pulled off a big play. LP is lightly played, with minor wear.