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It was fascinating! The danger is that on the first turn, a lot of enemy troops will be quite densely packed, and 9" is quite a short distance to move and charge when it gets to their turn so you might get overwhelmed immediately if you deploy too close.
The second and probably main benefit is Protective Volley which allows your Nomad Prince to point at something 12" away in each Hero phase and allow EVERY unit in the battalion to get a free out-of-phase shooting attack at that unit, virtually guaranteeing a kill if you have enough arrows to throw at it, especially since it's still your turn and you will be able to shoot again a few phases later.
For this reason, if you happen to have more units in your collection than the battalion requires, then you should probably leave your Eternal Guard and Wildwood Rangers out and stack up on as many Glade Guard and Watch Sisters as you can possibly get, they won't want to deploy as close as 9" in the first turn anyway so are less likely to get mulched when your opponent moves to ROFLSTOMP them.
The use of this battalion therefore requires you to protect your Nomad Prince at all costs, and makes him a great candidate for the Myst-Walker command trait that makes him unselectable as a target unless he's the closest target, so keep him out of the way and have everyone else can do the shooting for him. Jump to: navigation , search.