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Privateer: This Grymkin List Uses All of the CID Models

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Apr 01
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Playtest Coordinator Jeff Olsen will be facing off against Lead Developer Will Hungerford in the Privateer Press Staff Showdown on Tuesday April 12th. Jeff running with a Grymkin list that includes a bit of everything – take a look and give him some feedback in the comments.

via Privateer:

The King of Nothing [+28]
– Clockatrice [13]
– Crabbits (2) [7
– Crabbits (2) [7]
– Baron Tonguelick, Lord of Warts [0(4)]
Grave Ghoul [4]
Hollowmen (max) [13]
– Hollow Holden [4]
– Lantern Man [3]
Malady Man [0(6)]
Malady Man [0(6)]
Neigh Slayers (max) [12]
– Neigh Slayer Warhorse [4]
Neigh Slayers (max) [12]
– Neigh Slayer Warhorse [4]
Piggybacks (max) [15]
– Piggyback Officer [4]

“But, Jeff,” you might say, “this isn’t your usual list!”

And you would be right. However, I wanted to take this opportunity to showcase every model we added in the Grymkin CID. That means Baron Tonguelick, Malady Men, Neigh Slayer Warhorses, and a Grave Ghoul. While this is not the usual package of models I generally prefer, I think it all comes together pretty well!

King of Nothing gives me my usual cloud walls and armor debuffing (as do the Piggybacks), which I just adore. The Warhorse adds some additional punching power and utility to the unit, which I’m super-pumped to play around with. The Grave Ghoul has plenty of things to collect Corpses from, and in a pinch…well, sometimes a monkey needs to jump into his bag! I’m hoping to leverage his rerolls to make a big Combined Ranged Attack super-scary or really amp up a Hail Mary spell assassination from the King. Lastly, Tonguelick gives me a bit more fury to play with, along with some disruption and support.

All in all, I’m excited to put this list on the table!

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