pMorghoul 35 Flanking List
Ok something a little different (for me, anyhow). Really fond of my Bloodrunner & Rhinodon minis, and want to play them a little more often.
Bronzeback (10) - beatstick
Rhinodon (7) - thresher / fallguy (run him out front to take first hits if no mobs)
Gladiator (8) - pathfinder & beatstick
Extoller Soulward (2) - handout magic weapon / hope for a shot
6 Beast Handlers (3) - cheap souls / fury amangement
Bloodrunners (5) - handsome wide-flankers
Swamp Gobbers (1) - cloud for Morg
Totem Hunter (3) - watch for enemy flankers / join Morg on assassination run
Catapult (3) - sit in back-field & ping away, brings some low-maintenance shooting to table
Now I've got a terrible, terrible record with Morg so I'd appreciate your advice.
Should add that I don't own a Brute as yet, and I'm hoping my practice with gobbers will do the job.
You need a Brute, you just can't get away without it. Without a Brute pMorg has to fear his own beasts as they're basically huge *** bombs waiting to be thrown/slammed back at him. Once he's knocked down any model with a ranged attack can finish him. Morg plays fast and upfront, with a 10" control zone you can't afford to hang back a long way, and when he's moving faster than the gobbers they can't reliably keep a cloud inbetween Morg and his enemies.
Dang it, you're right. I'd better go and buy that Brute Thanks for the headsup.
Last edited by David_Mac; 06-04-2012 at 06:07 AM.
Nice thinking, and a nice conversion, but I'm afraid that I painted up my Savages long ago. I haven't used them since my first few introductory games, but given the pain and anguish of putting them together I really haven't the heart to dismantle them. I nearly quit Warmahordes then & there!
I'll be happy to buy a Brute- suffered many, many losses to knockdown while using Morg and it'd be nice to counter this once & for all.