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In Confrontation, the wolfen were one of the iconic armies (as opposed to dwarfs or elves or men). They were giant humanoid wolves. They were fairly fast, hit hard, but did not have much resiliance. I liked the huge wolves, and alternated their colors between brown and grey.
While I'm not the best gamer, I do win sometimes, and occasionally I even win a tournament, not just a painting award. So these are the four award winning army configurations I've used.
Dayton 9/17/05 Dayton Best Painted 4/8/06
NACORD National Championship 8/11/06, 3rd Place Dayton 12/09/06
Confrontation uses specific named characters for the game - and I had collected all of them (though a few I never finished painting)
Agyar the Unyielding Asgarh Pack Leader
Ashan'Tyr Irix the Sibyl
Irix the Fury Irix the Selene
Kaeliss the Silent Kassar the Fugitive
Killyox Lykai the Free
Onyx the Prowler Ophyr the Guardian
Saphyr, the Lone Wolfen Syriak the Intrepid
Varghar The Watcher
Only part of the army can be characters - the rest are unnamed troops
Fang Warriors
Grave Guardians
Great Fangs
Predators (conversions)
Predators of Blood
Prowler Rune Guardian
Vestal Sacred Vestal
Sylvain Animae Nexus: The Wild Beast of Dracynran
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