Man, sometimes your game sucks. Sometimes you're confident you're heading in the right direction only to have your opponent - that jerk - point out what you should have realized before rolling dice.
That you made a bad, bad decision. Case in point; the good and the bad.
Okay, in last Saturday's tournament I took two of each unit. Granted, I didn't finish the event but had to leave 1/2 way through, but it didn't take more than a few minutes into Game 1 to realize I made a bad decision including the Khorne Chariots. I played Gauthic and his Mech Eldar, and he put on a shooting clinic for which I had a front row seat. Fun!
I have that game on video, so I'll post it before too long. It was a great game and I'm glad to see Gauthic is back with the army he loves best. It's also the army I love best, so I had a bit of nostalgia watching him gun down my units.
Point is, 4x Heralds of Tzeentch on Chariot = Fun! Any Herald of Khorne on Chariot = Fail!
Okay, it's not like others haven't pointed this out: Stelek's Daemons list, which I'm building towards, has Tzeentch Heralds for a reason. Sometimes, I have to learn the hard way.
That said, there's a reason I test stuff for myself. Sometimes you find options that work for you that others may not have considered. Sub-optimal units are only that if you can't make them work.
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