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Chaos Dwarf Chaos Dwarf start roster, team development and tactics

Discussion in 'League and Team Development Tactics' started by Meister P, Nov 19, 2009.

  1. Netsmurf

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  2. Autarii

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    Thanks for that detailed analysis. ;)
     
  3. Autarii

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    Would not even be worth keeping him until I get another with sure-hands sorted?
     
  4. Nikolai II

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    How many rerolls do you have?

    How do your other hobgoblins fare?

    How much money do you have to spare?

    Does your Hobbo spend his game in a cage or around doing stuff?

    If the answers to questions 1 and 3 are plenty, sack.

    Else look at trying to keep him caged and skill him again, using him because he is a cheap pick-up reroll.

    Then probably sack once your money/reroll situation has bettered, unless he becomes great in the meantime.
     
  5. Autarii

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    1) I have 3 re-rolls

    2) I have 4 other hobs (2 bulls, 5 dwarves), all rookie with a few spp spread about, and I admit I've been a bit reckless with them. That's how the sure-hand one got injured.

    3) I have the money to replace

    4) I use more of a screen than a full on X cage, so there is always the chance of him taking an unlucky hit.

    He basically got injured because I was giving an underworld team a complete hiding and I got too reckless at the end throwing blocks left right and centre and I foolishly left him in a tackle zone. He actually died, but the apo got him back to -AV.

    So, it's all my own fault really. :(

    I think I'll probably sack him off.
     
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    Sounds like you should sack him and replace him with a Dwarf Blocker, yea.
     
  7. Autarii

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    I've hired a minotaur. Hopefully he's from a good batch that doesn't spend the entire game in the KO box. I haven't been able to try him out yet because I've been ill for a couple of days. Maybe tonight. Maybe tomorrow.
     
  8. Sionequa

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    Yeah as others have said I'd sack him. 13 is still a fairly low amount and you don't want to accrue more SPP on him when he's such a risk to getting taken out.

    As a separate note, good luck with the minotaur. Wild Animal is such a frustrating skill, I swear mine rolls a 1 most of the time I attempt to blitz with him, although he does have the most casualties out of any player in the whole league :p.
     
  9. Autarii

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    The problem I have with minos is not the wild animal, it's that they keep getting knocked out and staying out. I have a +STR juggernaut mino on a chaos pact team and he is forever getting knocked out, mostly from both downs when guys take speculative 2d against blocks. I should have taken block over +STR, but what is done is done.
     
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    Well a str 6 minotaur should be racking up the SPP pretty well, try and give him block next time, or just live with juggernaut . I almost always take the stat boost when it comes up on the roll.
     
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