his blog, though a bit lighter on troops. And I will just mention that his Lamenters just get more and more badass as time goes on.
Madrigor the Exsanguinor - the Sanguinor
The Skull Brethren - 5 Sanguinary Guard, 1 powerfist, death masks
Bringers of the Red Mist - 2 Sanguinary Priests
Mortrek the Slaughterer - Furioso dreadnought with heavy flamer, meltagun, blood fists
Khamar the Gatherer - Furioso dreadnought with heavy flamer, meltagun, blood talons
Larkh and the Lacerators - 10 assault marines, 2 meltaguns, sergeant with powerfist
Nephiraghh and the Gorechildren - 10 assault marines, 2 meltaguns, sergeant with powerfist
Gragh's Reavers - 8 Space Marine Bikers, 2 meltaguns, sergeant with power weapon
Raptor One - typhoon missile launcher, twin-linked plasma cannons
Raptor Two - twin-linked lascannons, twin-linked multimeltas
Everyone would just stick together and go chop heads or die trying. Everyone would (usually) have furious charge, feel no pain, extra attacks from being near the Exsanguinator, and sometimes even fearless - plus one random sergeant would be blessed by the Blood God every game - seems pretty Khorney to me! It would really count on feel no pain and speed to get to grips - any kind of leafblower list could shoot it down pretty easy. Very low on troops, but a warp-riven band of skull-taking madmen probably probably would be. I could either combat squad into the Rhinos or just go full on into the stormravens. Not so competitive - the only goal would be to take the biggest skulls on the board before the game ended.
Where'd they get the stormravens, you might ask? Maybe the question should be, where'd the imperials get theirs?
Dude, where's your stormraven?