A first look at the WTC 2013 army lists

Lists have been validated and will be posted shortly.

To whet your appetites, here is a first look at the arsenal the different teams have chosen to compete with!

Faction distribution:


Teams that have chosen to bring this faction at least once:


Most popular Warcaster/Warlock choices:


98 out of 132 possible warcasters and warlocks (not counting Convergence yet – sorry, fans) will be represented at the event, including a recently Unleashed one, so be prepared!


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11 Responses to A first look at the WTC 2013 army lists

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  2. Martin says:

    The number 120 doesn’t sit that well with me, so I checked Forwardkommander and there are far more than 120. Did you count all versions of one caster just as 1 or how did you come by that number?

  3. 132 I think counts Constance Blaize twice.

  4. Dave says:

    Enquiring minds want to know, who are the 34 casters/locks who didn’t make the grade?

  5. Martin says:

    We can do bets and guess. My favourites are for each faction: eMorghoul, Rhyas, pKaya, Gunnbjorn, Sturm & Drang, Harkevich, Venethrax, pFeora, Garryth, Ossrum and Constance 🙂

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  7. st4inless says:

    well, there are only 2 minion players so at least 4 there,

    mercenaries are 5 guys, so not much better.

    as every cygnarian plays ehaley and ecaine about 8 casters there.
    trollblood, skorne and ret have few players too…

    im surprised its 98 and not less…

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  9. “including a recently Unleashed one, so be prepared!” – Exulon?

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