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Teutonic Terror

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  1. A giant angry Polar Bear, standing up on its hind legs about 4” - 5” tall, and a large menacing Winter Wolf, about 3.5”- 4” long and about 2” tall
  2. new pose-WIP..I'm gonna have him swooping over a mausoleum pice from the Garden of Morr set getting ready to smash the reaper casualty marker knight
  3. sorry for the multiple posts, I'm not sure how to delete the extras, if a moderator could please delete posts 20 and 21 for me I would appreciate it..thanks
  4. This is what I came up with. I plan on using it as a Terrorgheist in my Heinrich Kemmler undead army I'm waiting on my 100mmx150mm base to arrive and I plan on making some type of diorama on it using the Reaper Warlord and Overlord casualty markers as victims of the hammer smash. I originally wanted to make him look like he's leaping thru the air and perhaps attach him to a mausoleum piece on the base, but the base wouldn't hold all the terrain I planned to use, so I just simplified his pose ,stay tuned for more to come.
  5. What do you think about my conversion in progress..Revell Mammoth converted to Chaos War Mammoth
  6. To: armor Rhino Assassin Butcher Tiger Sabertooth recon Puma x5 specialist Mastodon long rifle Mastodon long rifle smoke strike x4 Ok I edited the list once more, dropped the Conqs..added 2 Mastodon LR's, dropped the Ogre, added an Assassin, had enough for another Puma and 46 points left over..I dropped the Ogre and added the Assassin so the CAVS all had close to similar movement, Ogre was too slow.
  7. To: armor Rhino Ogre Butcher Tiger Sabertooth recon Puma x4 specialist Mastodon Conq x2 Depending on the costs I'd consider dumping the Conqs and buying another Mastodon, but then that's my favorite model. If you keep the Conqs, check to see how much a Chain Fire Pod costs (Upgrades) and put one on the Mastodon if you can. Use the Pumas as a flanking force. Double-move then down whichever side of the table provides the most cover so that your opponent can't shoot them up, then rush a group of models that are bunched up enough that their Flamers can overlap multiple targets. This strategy can wreck havok on a group of models grouped around an ECM model since the Flamer's AOE attack ignores the Jamming bonus. what do you think about two long gun Mastadons instead?..are vehicles and infantry a necessity or can I win with a CAV only force? are the Pumas a good Recon Cav or should I drop two and add two different ones..Thanks for sorting this list out for me,As I mentioned before..I used the TFC program and this is a 4000 point force..but I think the points are a bit different on the new data cards.Also would you keep the armor line-up as is, or drop one for points elsewhere?
  8. Armor section Rhino Butcher Tiger Sabretooth Puma Puma Support section Mastadon Conqueror Conqueror Ogre Oem Puma Puma TFC 4000 points..33 points leftover
  9. That's one tough section. The only potential difficulty is that you'll have little control over the initiative deck, but with all those heavy CAVs at your disposal, it may or may not be an issue. I prefer to control the flow of battle, so I like having lots of sections, but the tradeoff is that I don't have any single model comparable to the Rhino or the Tiger. Do people usually play with more than one section? .This is just a starter force for me now..I will probably add more as I get into the game and learn more about each unit.I'll get back on TFC and see about adding another section, should I also concentrate on infantry and vehicles? Whats a good points limit for a decent force?
  10. OK here is my updated list created by the Task force creator on Mil-Net Commstation..they are Independant Kolditz list 2000 points so far..opinions are welcome(this list is based on what's available to the Faction I chose) Rhino Tiger Butcher Panther Conqueror
  11. -- The beta rules for CAV:SO will show you the composition of the force you want to make. As an independant unit, there are no army lists in place so you will just make each squad to the number you want that fits within the rules. All models retain their role designations from CAV2 so no worries there. not sure if this has been addressed previously, but I heard somewhere that CAV:SO will use smaller models? I just want to be sure before I start buying the models available on the Reaper minis site, also are the models on the Reaper store site that are designated CAV:SO the normal sized models?
  12. Thanks, I'm just trying to get an idea of the best force composition,I'm not real familiar with the strenghts and weaknesses of each particular model or which are the best to fit in each role. I'm looking at everbodies army list and trying to determine what they are using ..so it may take me a little while to get a good balance..I want to wait for the newest edition of CAV to come out with a complete list before I actually spend money on models and design a final force
  13. has anyone read these posts within the past two years..?
  14. Ok so I gave the Task Force creator a try..I'm new to the CAV game and have been trying to decide on a good mix of CAV's, not sure if this is a decent force so your opinions are welcome, this is based on the Steel Griffins option. Rhino Rhino Regent Panther
  15. sorry, didn't realize you where across the pond...
  16. go to the Troll and Toad online store..I bought the Cav 1st Edition rules and both JOR books for .99 cents each(new)..the shipping was around $5.00 http://www.trollandtoad.com/p150616.html
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