Hi all, have been reading up on using Khador and played some battle box games, and am trying to get an idea of which caster to go with in future. I threw together this list with Karchev the Terrible as my caster, any C&C would be most appreciated.
Karchev the Terrible - -5
Juggernaut - 7
Juggernaut - 7
MoW Shocktroopers x 5 - 9
MoW Demo Corps x 3 - 6
Was thinking that I would tow the juggers forward and generally try to batter my opponent in close combat. Not sure if the MoWs will be able to keep up but with advance move it should be doable. Again, thanks in advance for any criticism
Well, I strongly suggest to drop MoWs and take max mechanicks, Drago and Sylis, it would give you 3 fully operetional heavy warjacks, on such format it would be hard for opponent to counter this. MOWs are great on larger format, when you would be in GRAVE need for infantry support.
I would drop the shocktroopers, they are not going to be fast enough to keep up with the rest of your force with shield wall. This will allow you some serious flexibility in helping the d-core and battlegroup.
-a mortar and mechanics and a manhunter which will give you endurance, speed and range to force your opponents to move towards Karchev and his battle group.
-eEiryss, Da Bears, and a manhunter/marksman would give you the power house infantry support that you are looking for and the ability to perform some neat little tricks with Karchev.
-War dog and destroyer would be the dollar cheapest alternative for you to run coming from the battle box.
There are also a number of ways to put his battlegroup together, focus on guns and tow, with pure melee and chain attacks, high armor slug fest, etc. Fiddle around with it you find some fun little game plans hidden in there. Hopfully this has given you some guidence for playing with Karchev.
Last edited by HellVenom; 06-06-2012 at 07:17 AM.
Cheers for the replies! Will prob drop the shocktroopers for mechaniks to begin with. I'm kinda constrained by available models just now but sounds like a manhunter would be a good buy for the future. Thanks again for the advice, will give it a try and see what tactics work best for me.