Hey everyone, Reecius here from Frontline Gaming to talk shop on a topic that has been on my mind a lot lately.
Frequently when a client comes to us for a painting commission and ask for a certain type of army, or submit a list for us to review on our podcast, I tend to see lists fall into one of these two categories: blunt force or finesse. Well, we often see a 3rd type of list which I would call “all over the place” or “written to match the fluff,” but those are a topic for another day.
I find that both lists offer good and bad points from the perspective of their effectiveness on the table top.
BLUNT FORCE LISTS
Cron Air is a perfect example of a Blunt Force List. It is very straightforward in application. You take a lot of what is good, you smash your enemy over the head with it and they can either deal with it or they cannot. Spam lists often fall under this classification.
The benefits of this type of list are evident.
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