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They can also make excellent Caster bunkers for your necromancers to hide in so they never get shot to death or challenged. Skeleton Warriors: More durable than Zombies,a pinch better at killing and less likely to crumble, they cost five points a model, and should only be taken in large units to maximize the usefulness of Invocation of Nehek.

That being said, Skeleton Warriors are by no means bad. Since skeletons still suck, they aren't going to hit much, not with weapon skill 2.

Generally Skeletons are a better carrier unit for your foot slogging killy Vampire Lord. Crypt Ghouls: The most expensive core option available at 10 points. Toughness of 4, exceeding both other options by one point.

Highest still terrible Initiative of 3. Two Attacks per Ghoul, and the highest Leadership score of the core options at 5 meaning Ghouls have a low chance to crumble in comparison to Zombies which can all vanish off the board with their 2 LD. Poison Attacks are default, but Ghouls cannot have a musician or standard bearer. Less likely to die like the skeletons, but much harder to get more of, and still a good bunker for a footslogging Vampire Lord. Dire Wolves: A very fast moving alternative to the other core choices.

They ring in at 8 points per model, with a cavalry-speed Movement of 9 compared to the M4 of the rest of the core. They have a LD of only 3, meaning they'll crumble as fast as Skeleton Warriors. They have one point higher WS and I so combat will have more kills, but otherwise share a stat line with Skeleton Warriors.

As a unit of the War Beast type, they also come with Swiftstride which allows them to roll a 3D6 and discard the lowest number than add the resulting sum to their M score while on the charge, while fleeing, or while pursuing.

It has Regeneration, which may keep it alive for a pinch as long as nothing with Flaming Attacks goes after it. Far more important, it has Vigour Mortis; if any Lore of Vampires augment spell is used on it then all Undead units within 6" of the Corpse Cart including itself get ASF until the next Magic Phase, which is un-fucking believably awesome, AND the rulebook specifically states Zombies lose ASL and get ASF as so they can actually do more than just tarpit something all game if you horde them up.

Of the 2 upgrades Bale fire used to be the best as it stacked and could totally cripple enemy casters, now it is merely useful in that it makes dispels a bit easier. The load stone is a solid choice as it makes your summoning more consistent. Their statline is superior to weak skellies as well. With a toughness of four, and heavy armour. They are a lot more resilient then Skeletons and just as easy to raise. Stuff a Wight King into this unit and take them in hordes for a hard-hitting anvil force.

These skellies are a nightmare for any high T non-monstrous troops. Said Barding comes at 3 points per model, and for another 2 points they can take lances. Like their footplodding counterparts they can take a Magic Standard.

They are one of two heavy Cavalry units in the army. They are a DAMN good unit capable of moving over terrain like it wasn't even there and letting loose with a flurry of S4 or higher, depending on weapon choice Killing Blow attacks.

Just don't put anybody in with them that doesn't have a spectral steed or they get much slower, and you want them to be constantly charging. Hexwraiths: New option for 8th edition, they are 30 points each and have a statline like weaker Black Knights.

They come with Great Weapons standard, and have a metric fuckload of special rules. One of these provides a very interesting advantage: they're Ethereal, as in all the time! They also have the Soulstriders special rule, which allows them to move through unengaged enemy Units both friendly and enemy during the "Remaining Moves" sub-phase although they can't end within 1" of a unit.

As a result they will attract a TON of magic during your opponents turn as he desperately tries to fry them before they reach him and they don't have any protection against that other than you trying to dispel, so beware. They have Fast Cavalry as well, which grant them Vanguard get to make a 12" Move before the game starts and a Free Reform unless it charges. You should leave the Hexes to do their thing alone.

Vargheists: The first of three designated hammers, representing the jack of all trades which has the speed of the Terrorgheist without being as flimsy. They are Vampiric, so they cannot crumble. They compete with Empire Outriders and High Elf Swordmasters for the title of premier glass cannons; these guys do pack considerable punch at break-neck speed.

They can hunt War Machines if they must, but they really work better hitting flanks and hunting enemy support troops. Be careful though, because they are Flyers they're also Skirmishers.

Keep this in mind when you send them out into the juicy flanks as they cannot disrupt enemy Units. This unit is an anvil with a bite, pure and simple, but crumbling and a limited offensive capability does force you to take Units of at least 6.

A unit of 18 in a horde does have good punch however and is very hard to get rid of, but will be expensive points, with the upgrade to champion for a unit that ultimately works best in a points denial role. Work best with a Mortis Engine if the thing doesn't get blown up and Invocation spam from a caster using them as a bunker. Don't skip them over, but they aren't something to drool over either.

Alternative Take- While Crypt horrors may not be the most offensively powerful unit on this list, they can be made into one of the most powerful units in the game with some magical buffs. Unlike Grave Guard, they are monstrous infantry, and therefore gain all of the additional attacks of the rear ranks. With three attacks each, at S4 and poisoned, they can make a Very mean hammer.

Buff them with the right spells however Staff of Damnation, i'm looking at you and the effect can be multiplied hugely. Further, they have neither the Vampiric or the Large Target or Ethereal rules, so they can be quickly and easily healed back up to strength by the Invocation.

This is not always viable, but for those gamblers looking for a death star unit, look no further. Bat Swarm: 35 points each, but they have 5 Wounds and 5 Attacks. They are a Swarm, meaning they are Skirmishers, they are Unbreakable, and are Unstable like the rest of your army. Their special abilities are Hover permanent 10" movement and swiftstride for charging and Cloud of Horror which grants Always Strikes Last to any enemy in base contact with them, which is awesome considering most of your army has terrible Initiative.

Fell Bats: Your go-to for Warmachine hunting. Cost 16 points each and must be fielded in Units of 2 or more. Count as War Beasts meaning they get Swiftstride roll 3d6 when charging, discard lowest and add it to their Move and do the same when fleeing as well as Fly.

Spirit Host: Ah, the Spirit Host. Sadly, as a Swarm they also die from Combat Resolution like everything else in the army. These guys are extremely cost-effective Monster and Cavalry tarpits while they last just make sure whatever you are facing does not have magic attacks , and can also be used to dissuade a flank charge by something nasty than to actively hunt their targets, otherwise they may get too exposed to infantry their bane thanks to that Combat Resolution damage or outmanoeuvred.

That said, don't mind losing a Unit to magic or infantry if you have to: after all, they cost less than 50 points. Why give a damn? Rare Units[ edit ] Varghulf: The Vargheist's meth addict big brother, and the only hammer you really want to meet anything head-on.

You have 3 more points of M, 1 more point of WS, one more point of Toughness, one more Wound each, two more attacks each, but 3 points less Leadership though it's Vampiric. It's a Monster, so it also has Thunderstomp. All in all, the Varghulf is a decent choice, as it's statline is pretty nice and it's decently killy in addition to that Regen and Terror, especially considering he lacks Frenzy so he won't jump into combat without being given the order, he's also harder to kill, and sucks up less points than a Terrorgheist so a lucky cannonball won't eat up a large chunk of your points.

His main detriment is that he eats up Rare points, if that doesn't bother you then go right ahead, otherwise a properly built Terrorgheist can do the job just fine though will cost more. Blood Knights: There are a lot things to remember about the Blood Knights. You can take them in Units of 4 or more. However, don't forget that they have a big weakness - due to being Vampiric, they receive only one wound back per cast of Invocation of Nehek, which, combined with their cost and sometimes harmful Frenzy, makes them inferior to Black Knights in the eyes of many players.

Black Coach: A point Chariot. For just points and a little patience, you can get one of the most amazing fucking models crunch-wise in the entire game. Death Shriek has an 8" range that requires Line of Sight oddly enough and can target something regardless of if you or it are in Close Combat.

You roll 2d6 and add the Wounds the Terrorgheist has, and for each point that the result exceeds the target Unit's Leadership they suffer 1 Wound with no Armor Save and it counts as a Magical Attack, which isn't that great against LD high armies, a Strigoi Ghoul King can help somewhat, but that makes it a cannonball magnet. It can also be upgraded for 10 points to be Infested ew!

It can also take Rancid Maw for 15 points which grant it Poisoned Attacks not for it's Thunderstomp though.

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Its main weakness however is that it is fairly flimsy, especially if your opponent has Flaming Attacks or brought some nasty ranged options, this combined with their relative vulnerability in Close Combat and their huge base size means they are tricky to actually move about.

Not everyone likes them, but they remain one of the best choices tied with the Black Coach available to Vampire Counts owing to the fact that it is the army's most flexible option. It's ready for battle from the beginning unlike the Coach, allowing you to go on the offensive in a prompt manner.

It's purely a support unit. It's offensive abilities are abysmal unless you charge it into a flank despite it getting a lot of little bird peck attacks, but it has decent survivability.

Here's where you factor in it's abilities. It looks awesome, the crunch seems awesome, then you put it on the field and a Dwarf with a flaming cannonball blows it to hell before it can move.

If you want to use it effectively, you NEED some distraction units, either war machine hunters or faster melee units to take the artillery off of you, or you actually want it to get shot so that your hammers don't get shot by those same cannons. Cairn Wraith: The expensive, damage-dealing alternative to the spirit hosts.

Must be fielded in units of 3 minimum, 10 maximum. The unit Champion is actually a Tomb Banshee. Exact same stats and abilities as their character equivalents. All in all you are getting a bulk discount by taking them in the Rare section, as well as saving points for more Vampires, Necros, or Wights in the Hero slot.

What's not to love? That being said, they DO take Rare choice points and unlike the Spirit Hosts you can't afford to just let them get killed by a magic missile and forget about it. It's usually better to pin enemies with Spirit Hosts and then flank later with another unit so, in essence, the Cairn Wraiths are to the Spirit Hosts as the Varghulfs are to the Vargheists.

If you really get in good, you can take advantage of the fact these little Ethereal buggers can go straight through terrain to stay in Charge distance of the enemy while staying safe from being Charged, which can tie up a lot of troops by forcing the enemy to either continue facing them or just bite the bullet and say goodbye to everyone on the side or back of the Unit.

The former can take points, the latter Vampire hero BSBs can still take this, so there's also that. Master of the Black Arts: Not terrible, but not great either- it's extremely expensive, taking it prevents you from taking some other really good skills, and it doesn't guarantee you anything despite the high cost. It's nice when you turn a 1 into a 6, but so very annoying when you turn a 2 or 3 into a 1.

Taking it on two vampires is a complete waste, since at that point, you're spending almost the points cost as a varghulf.

That said, if you're going with a fully wizard-focused vampire lord, you'll probably want to take this on him. Curse of the Revenant: If you've got one killy Vamp then it's not bad. Still probably not one of the better options. Your Vamp essentially becomes a whirlwind of killing, capable of decimating multiple ranks of troops. This is the number one ability killy lords will wind up taking. Flying Horror: Not terrible, but Hellsteed gives you that and actual combat bonus for exactly same points, and too expensive on Strigoi.

If you are going to be in combat, you want this. One of the better non-blender lord abilities. Dark Acolyte: Good way to take a couple of hero Vamps to bolster the army while saving power dice. Note that it only works if you've successfully cast the spell, but before your opponent rolls to dispel.

If you're already going with a fully caster vampire lord, and you've dropped the points on Master of the Black Arts, you might as well take this to help ensure he succeeds on Invocation. Forbidden Lore: See the below evaluation of the spell lores for usefulness. Beguile: Useful in one on one challenges, which you normally don't want to be doing, but if you're up against Chaos Warriors it can be very useful.

Master Strike: While this looks like it can be worth it if you go through the percentages, in almost all cases this is shit. Killing Blow and Heroic Killing Blow are generally only good when you have a lot of things with them all taking a chance at killing. Dread Knight: Not bad really, a Vampire Lord can benefit from this as they'll probably be doing that anyway but it's when you have better Vamps like a Vampire Lord to keep your Dread Knight Vamp heroes in check in the same unit then it can backfire on you.

Taking this on your intended General is particularly risky. This will make WS 3 need 5s to hit a hero vamp, and WS 4 need 5s to hit a Vamp Lord Summon Creatures of the Night: If you plan on using Dire Wolves, Bat Swarms, and Fell Bats then this is good as those are expensive options point-wise, so increasing their numbers on the field is a good choice. Army Book Items[ edit ] Skabscrath: This is kind of an odd choice. The likelihood of the dying at the end of the game is actually pretty low but the only characters who can take it are the Strigoi Ghoul King, the Vampire Lord, and the Master Necromancer.

Due to the SGK losing his Poisoned Attacks, and the Necromancer generally being something you want to keep out of close combat, that leaves the Vampire Lord as the best choice who is probably the General of your army. Needless to say having the General be armed with a sword that means you will always try to overrun, will charge into combat without thinking any time you can, and eat points that could go into survivability are BAD things.

On the other hand it can improve a killy Vamp Lord in the situation you do have a twin lord as a caster a fair amount, but in any situation, you're taking a high-risk high-reward choice. Nightshroud: VERY useful no matter where you want to put it.

If you need help justifying the points, remember that it also takes the place of the Bat Swarm on the flank. Master Necromancer in a Skelly bunker may make it literally impossible for your opponent to deplete your forces before you wipe his out to the last.

Banner of Barrows: If you are going to take a unit of more then 15 Grave guard and why wouldn't you? The Screaming Banner: If you want to troll, take this banner. It will make low LD armies suffer, and give you a small chance to drive away even high LD armies. The flag gets better with Terror though, as then even enemies who take options like the Shrieking Blade or those pesky Phoenix Guard still have to take the test. Black Periapt: Not a must-have item but it can be great for a dedicated spellcaster option if you get a bad magic phase or if you're facing an army where you have spells you NEED to dispel.

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Staff of Damnation: A fantastic item, best used for Ghouls or more powerful options in the offensive category.

The Cursed Book: This item is a gamble where you can't really lose. The only thing that's wrong with it is your primary spell is Invocation and in almost all possible circumstances you want to cast it AT LEAST once per turn, and this book can take that away.

But that being said, you can pull off these spells all of which are good for what's probably less than their casting value without risk of any miscast. Even if you make all attempts to cast that spell using all your capable LoV casters you can still at least count on whipping out one more attempt. Also can be taken by the Strigoi Ghoul King, making it fan-fucking-tastic in low-magic lists. Rod of Flaming Death: Pretty good item even for it's price and very good for controlling the movement phase.

This can actually be taken by a Wight King, freeing up points on your casters. Rulebook Items[ edit ] Thanks to the Vampires already having very high stats on most of their characters, they can benefit greatly from Rulebook items. Note this is a very long section. Extra Strength is never a bad thing. Getting S8 on anything, especially a model with 5 fucking Attacks, is fucking amazing. That being said those 60 points eat up your options for magic items, so you probably should think hard about other options first.

You'll still have 40 points for Nightshroud after this. Remember that with Red Fury, any unsaved Wound caused grants you an additional attack so going from 5 Attacks that can become a maximum of 10 you can get 8 Attacks which can become a maximum of It's by no means an optimal build even for a blender lord, but at the same time isn't terrible. Once again, take a good long look at other options, and if you do take it consider the Nightshroud. Obsidian Blade: 50 points, Attacks made with it don't get Armor Saves against it.

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Good for a Vamp designed to go toe to toe with more point-costly enemies or for high-armor foes like Warriors of Chaos or dwarves. Here's how to do it.

Vamp Lord with 7 Strength is still amazing.

Also decent on the Wight King to bump it up to S6. Same as above, still good on a blender lord. Forget it on the Wight King for the most part. Fencer's Blades: 35 points, paired weapons, bearer has WS The Wight King on the other hand can benefit from it a lot.

Sword of Anti-Heroes: 30 points, quite an appropriate name. Spellthieving Sword: 25 points, Wounds caused to a Wizard force them to lose one spell each.

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But chances are good any opponent in melee with your Vamp is about to die, unless you're talking about a Lord like Malekith. But really you should be focused on actually killing the fucker. For 30 points you can take that as a Vampire Power, and there's literally no reason in any situation ever to take both. Take the Sword to save 5 points when you aren't taking magic weapons of any other kind or when you're trying to save points for more powers, take the power to save magic item points or to prevent one of those item-destroying abilities like the kind High Elves in the High Lore have.

You can also take it on the Wight King, which is when it's worth consideration. Take if if you're on a budget with your blender Vampire Lord, but if that's the case why are you trying to make a blender lord? Berserker Sword: 20 points, grants Frenzy. WHY would you want Frenzy? More importantly, why would you want to bother with Frenzy without the bonuses from Skabscrath? Probably more of a detriment than a bonus.

Not bad. Not great. S6 Vamp is okay though. Gold Sigil Sword: Attacks made with it are Initiative 10, 15 points. Vamp Lords already have I7, Vamps have I6. Bumping up the Wight King is okay though. Not terrible, but Vamps already have such a high WS it's not too great unless low on points and need to bump up the hero assassin.

It's the poor man's Obsidian Blade. Not a bad choice. But truth be told, Sword of Might is better. Relic Sword: 10 points. But chances are good your Vamps are going to be Wounding on better then that anyway. Shrieking Blade: Bearer and thus their Unit causes Fear.

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Everything you have that isn't a Necromancer who isn't going to be by himself causes Fear. Tormentor Sword: 5 points, any monster or character who suffers an unsaved Wound has Stupidity for the rest of the game. There is almost never a time this is useful for anyone. Warrior Bane: 5 points, any monster or character who suffers unsaved Wounds from it loses one Attack each to a minimum of 1.

In the imaginary scenario where you are facing another Vampire Counts player and throw a hero Vamp against your opponent's Lord Vamp, this could be conceivably useful. But that's about it. Not terrible. Okay for kitting out a Vamp for some survivability. But there's better choices. Factor in that Heavy Armor costs only 6 points and you're looking at 44 points for that Ward Save. Forget it on the Wight King. Trickster's Helm: 50 points, wearer has one extra point on their Armor Save.

Any Wound that manages to get through has to reroll it. Probably better than the former option. Armour of Silvered Steel: 45 points. Here's your best choice from the magic armor. You don't need Heavy Armor with it, and the Shield will only grant a Parry. A very good choice if you are taking a great weapon or a paired weapon Armour of Fortune: 35 points. Not good either. Helm of Discord: 30 points. One extra point of Armor Save, and at the start of each Close Combat you can choose an enemy in base contact with the bearer or the bearer's Unit.

They must take a LD test. If its failed they can't make Close Combat attacks and it automatically hit by yours. Souped up version of Beguile at twice the points. Not bad, but yeah; it's just a souped up Beguile. Good on a Wight King. Glittering Scales: 25 points. Stacks well if on a zombie dragon Shield of Ptolos: 25 points for a Shield. Spellshield: 20 points. Grants Magic Resistance 1. Meh, Magic Resistance is pretty weak this edition so not a great choice.

Dragonhelm: 10 points. Since Strigoi Ghoul Kings can't take magic armor, there's not really any good reason to take this. Enchanted Shield: 5 points for a Shield. Bearer has two extra points to his Armor Save.

Actually a nice option since it's only 2 points more than the standard non-magical shield Vamps can take for an extra point of armor. Mostly a useless magic item, especially for the army of badass heroes who heal the fuck out of themselves.

Taking this and regular Heavy Armor instead of the Armour of Destiny saves you 5 points of Magic Items, which allows you to take that Charmed Shield at the cost of one more point total for your Vamp. This makes it better in most cases. Sadly, there's no reason to take it on your Strigoi Ghoul King since you can't combine a Regeneration save and a Ward Save. It can give your Necromancer survivability. Obsidian Lodestone: 45 points for Magic Resistance 3.

If you're worried about the Mortis Engine blowing up, this is your good luck charm. Obsidian Amulet: 30 points, grants Magic Resistance 2. Same purpose as the Lodestone. Dawnstone: 25 points to reroll failed Armor Saves. Not a bad choice for a survival Vamp. Pair it with the Armour of Silvered Steel for best use.

Since your SGK can't have armor, there's no reason to take it with him. Costs 15 points. Maybe in a low point game, but in a legitimate 1. Obsidian Trinket: 15 points, grants Magic Resistance 1.

As with the other Obsidian items. Do you really need a Ward Save this bad? Not terrible, but Even for your Ghoul King. Cash in on that Mortis Engine bonus with your Necros and Vamps! Great choice if you're fielding one. If you're afraid of your caster sitting in a Zombie or Skelly bunker being picked off by Fell Bats, Giant Eagles, and the like then maybe. But tailored lists are probably the only place this belongs.

Luckstone: One use, reroll a failed Armor Save. It's twenty points less than the Dawnstone, but is reduced in effectiveness thanks to the fact whoever you're kitting out to survive will probably be facing more than one Armor Save. Probably meh. Magic Standards[ edit ] Rampager's Standard: 55 points to reroll your Charge distance if it fails.

This alone pretty much makes it useless. Wailing Banner: Causes Terror for 50 points. Generally speaking, this isn't what you want in this army since it's just upgrading your Fear to Terror which a Vamp could do plus the combination of items that make your Fear-causing list badass doesn't leave room for a third Banner. But if you just want to plod your way through the map without going around things, taking this is good.

At any rate it'll prevent your opponent from factoring it into the Movement Phase when trying to get an edge over you. Razor Standard: Now here we go! It's by no means a "must have", but it's okay and if you need to pick something for your BSB. This is actually pretty good, since Combat Resolution causes you to take casualties. If you've got a Unit like Grave Guard that can take magic banners this is a good choice.

Your army is based on getting into melee, so this is a good choice as well. Lichbone Pennant: 15 points for Magic Resistance 1. Some survivability for Units marching close to the Mortis Engine. MR doesn't do anything for magical attacks. Sounds great to hide from Crumble? Well, you can' use the General's Inspiring Presence rule. But you only Crumble when the General dies Banner of Eternal Flame: 10 points. There is NO army in the game who are precluded from this option.

Use it to chop down enemy Regenerators, scare the beasties but everything in the army already does , and clearcut those fucking Wood Elf tree monsters. Gleaming Pennant: 5 points, reroll your first failed LD test. Can save you from Crumble. Crumble is not a leadership check, it states by the amount you go over, not if you fail therefore this is utter pointless. That's a LOT of points for something there's better options for.

Feedback Scroll: 50 points, one use. Instead of dispelling, you can use this. The spell works, but for every power dice used to case the spell the casting Wizard takes a Wound. If you're lucky, you can use this to take out your opponent's only spellcaster. It wasn't the best one for hiding behind: she'd in follow me now, in obeying from richly, so happily, so well! Exquisite at its distance, from the deeper roar of the flood; it seemed for to nurse for your kind?

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