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  • Eh. I'm interested to see what they come up with but I have no plans on taking my custom back to them any time soon. After all, I played Dwarves. Nuking the world is one hell of a grudge to work off.

  • Thank you for all the ideas. Any other suggestions for units to acquire/proxy? Any units that you would consider "essential" in an Undying Dynasties army?

  • I didn't have any specific army build in mind at this stage. I'm more trying to get a good perspective on the options. I should probably also mention I managed to get hold of a couple of scorpions and shabti, and 10 chariots, though I'm thinking of coverting one of those into a Pharaoh mount. Thoughts on that?

  • Interesting ideas, thank you. So, if I understand you right (I've been quite literally out of the game for more than a decade) a "bunker" is a unit that you arrange around a mission-critical character to protect them from incoming ranged attacks, so they should be optimised to soak up damage rather than go on the offensive? And a "chaff" unit is an expendable one which you use to intercept the opponent's more valuable units and pin them down in combat so they cant charge your own more valuable u…

  • Hi All I've recently started out on making a secondary Undying Dynasties army, and have got hold of a bunch of old GW Tomb Kings minis in various states of repair to serve as the core. Many of the minis are partly broken down so it's a good opportunity to "reassign" some of them (converting archers to spearman, vice versa, etc.) during the repair process. What I'm wondering is what a good "balance" between unit types would be for a starter Undying Dynasties army? I realise this is a bit of a "ho…

  • Thank you for the advice. I will let you know how it turns out...

  • Hello everyone! I've recently got my hands on a bunch of second-hand GW plastic minis (mid-2000s, I reckon) which seem in decent condition but unfortunately some of them have really bad paint jobs. I've had a look on the internet about the best ways of stripping this type of plastic and there seem to be many opinions on it. I was wondering if anyone here had some recommendations based on things they've tried in the past? (Apologies if this is a question that's been asked before - if it has, plea…