Araby Tomb Kings / High Elf Army - COMPLETE - Pic Heavy

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Re: Araby Tomb Kings / High Elf Army - COMPLETE - Pic Heavy

Postby KevinC » Fri Aug 06, 2010 4:26 pm

OMG! Larry this is simply Amazing! I love it! Awesome job!
Common Goblins iz da best!!

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Re: Araby Tomb Kings / High Elf Army - COMPLETE - Pic Heavy

Postby WeeDawgNYC » Fri Aug 06, 2010 4:35 pm

You need to add Elephants in there somwere. that would put it over the top....maybe elephant chariots!
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Re: Araby Tomb Kings / High Elf Army - COMPLETE - Pic Heavy

Postby Larro » Fri Aug 06, 2010 7:19 pm

Thanks again guys!

If Tomb Kings on Chariots didn't suck, I was going to use a King on Chariot, with the Chariot being an Elephant.

Maybe the new book will give me a reason to do it. :|

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Re: Araby Tomb Kings / High Elf Army - COMPLETE - Pic Heavy

Postby Pariah » Tue Aug 10, 2010 8:21 pm

I'm not sure what I like better, the amazing basing or the camels. Really sweet army. My only problem with playing these as HE would be that a lot of your sword masters have two hand weapons. Could be a little confusing. Maybe a couple gripping a two hander in the front row? Probably wouldn't even matter since you could just tell someone here're my sword masters.

Great army, very creative, well executed, and looks painstakingly converted.
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