May 27, 2009

More Warlock Progress

Nearly done. I need to detail some things and clean up some lines. As well, I really want to add more runes to the banner and get some runes on the edge of the collar.


Follow the Seer Council project




6 Comments:

Brother Defilus May 27, 2009 at 1:12 PM  

I adore this concept, the model looks amazing. Keep up the good work!

the_27_pies June 1, 2009 at 8:52 AM  

heyy um i have a big question 4 u im running a mech eldar army and i was wanting to ask you for what i should go for an autarch with shining spears or a farseer with seer council but i alredy have the autarch model... thats my dilemma

Akenseth June 1, 2009 at 9:42 AM  

the_27_pies: I run a Farseer or an Autarch or a Seer Council in my army. It depends on my mood that day really. If you already have the Autarch model, you can always do a conversion if you want something different.

If running a Seer Council, theres no real thought about where to stick your Farseer, but if you use an Autarch you need to think about where to put him.

I opt for putting my Autarch in with my Shining Spears, since he can absorb some wounds with his invulnerable save, so you can keep the unit at full strength and on the charge they can be completely devistating. http://pathoftheexodite.blogspot.com/2009/01/shining-spears-tactics-and-upgrades.html

If my Farseer is alone, she goes with a unit of jetbikes for the needed increased leadership, and to absorb more wounds like the Autarch.

There's pros and cons to each, but the Seer Council really is the most powerful, but also the most points. If you have the points to spare and looking to make an effective unit, then go with the Seer Council.

the_27_pies June 2, 2009 at 5:03 AM  

but in latter games i might include both units because my origional plan was to put mah autarch with shining spears combo but then i saw the effectiveness of tha seer council thats what swayed me...

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