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The Nomads
#1
Masters of the Sands, the Nomads are fast, numerous, and cheap to maintain.

They have Evasion and Mastery in the desert, they mask there, they have special recruiting (#565) for Great Bats and Giant Scorpions.

They are good at bribing, learning Skeletons, and assassination.

Their agents are very good and they have Advanced Recon capabilities.
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#2
Great Bats and Giant Scorpions, huh?

Why not give them something more grandiose, such as giant sandworm, aka Dune type or Graboid-like?
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#3
(08-25-2016, 10:33 AM)Maximus Dominus Wrote: Great Bats and Giant Scorpions, huh?

Why not give them something more grandiose, such as giant sandworm, aka Dune type or Graboid-like?

That would be a cool spell for Desert combat.
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#4
The Nomads seem to be doing quite well as is. 

The giant sand worms in Dune kind of ended the movie.  So, maybe miniature sand worms to keep a balance?
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(08-25-2016, 08:46 PM)Ry Vor Wrote: The Nomads seem to be doing quite well as is. 

The giant sand worms in Dune kind of ended the movie.  So, maybe miniature sand worms to keep a balance?

I spent a year in the Middle East. Let's go with Sand Fleas or Camel Spiders.
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#6
How about making them addicted to spice.
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(08-25-2016, 08:46 PM)Ry Vor Wrote: So, maybe miniature sand worms to keep a balance?

Sure, if you favor tapping into the imagination in miniature.
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