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PostPosted: Fri Oct 07, 2016 10:31 pm 
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 11, 2016 7:39 am 
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Jimmy wrote:
I love Tomb Kings, it's that simple. Call me crazy, but the undead rampaging through deserts just really appeals to me.

You're crazy... ;)

I actually like tomb kings as well. When starting out I seriously considered them as an army. One of the main reasons not to do so was that my regular opponent plays TK and I wanted something different.

It's good to see them being competitive. The seem to have a lot of useful toys. Fast, mobile, useful chaff and hard hitting units. What's not to like :) Though it must be said that it's a bit ironic that they have finally become competitive only at a time when GW has decided to drop the models from production...

The scorpions turning up in your opponents backline seems to have worked great. It really managed to mess up your opponents battleplan and was great for both dealing with his general and working towards the objective.

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Nice to see the Tomb Kings in action :)

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 13, 2016 7:37 am 
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Prince of Spires wrote:
It's good to see them being competitive. The seem to have a lot of useful toys. Fast, mobile, useful chaff and hard hitting units. What's not to like :) Though it must be said that it's a bit ironic that they have finally become competitive only at a time when GW has decided to drop the models from production...


No doubt they'll bring them back into production when they realise the error of their ways. Doesn't phase me in the slightest however as I've got everything I need.

Necropolis Knights hands down Rod, they are my favourite Tomb King unit so it's hard to look past them and they wreck so much havoc and them keep coming back.

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There's talk of them bringing back some OOP models on a on-demand basis. Hope TK are there, your reports keep reminding everyone what a cool faction they are!

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