Warmachine: Khador - Greylords Ternion (3)

Warmachine: Khador - Greylords Ternion (3)

Product #PIP33025

Regular Price: $17.99

Special Price: $15.29

8 In stock

Manufacturer: Privateer Press

Three arcane spell casters form the Greylord Ternion, armed with magic that can freeze a man in his tracks, or tear him apart in a cone of icy shards.


Miniatures are supplied unpainted. Preparation and assembly may be required.



   

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A Must Buy if you have Epic Zerkova
The Greylord Ternions are an interesting unit. They are able to lower the defenses of enemies with Ice Cage but their Magical Ability is quite average. The most useful thing you'll be using them for is throwing out clouds to protect your models. This is great with things with Camouflage which gives units like the Widowmakers +4 defense against ranged attacks.

With the release of eZerkova, these units become mandatory. With her you are able to solve the low Magical Ability problem because their Magic Attacks are boosted. Their sprays are now brutal and under her feat, they get to do it twice.

The unit is fun to use but they are also very weak unless taken with eZerkova. They are also used in some Tier Lists like Karchev's and The Old Witch.
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Review by Dice Wrath on 10/16/2015
Not what they could be
Model-wise they go together easily no more than 1-2 pieces each, nothing special to right home about.

Rules-wise they are (theoretically) Khadors go-to for support and utility. The ability to debuff enemy DEF with ice cage, making them stationary with 3 hits, is pretty uige, unfortunately with their rather average magical ability, the likelihood of them actually hitting an enemy model that you would want to throw a DEF debuff on isnt much better than the likelihood of just directly attacking it. Usually youll use them to create clouds or (more likely) just shoot frostbite sprays, even then, greylord outriders are a better unit choice.
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Review by Chris on 9/26/2015