I asked this question, or a more specific version of it, in a post in the Seraphon Army Lists subforum, but Tactics seems a more appropriate place, now that I’ve thought about it a bit. In a sense, my question is a version of one that has plagued humankind since the emergence of consciousness. What can we do about Death? I’m overstating, of course. I mean, particularly, how can armies with the Seraphon allegiance be competitive with armies with the Death allegiance? Most of the games of Age of Sigmar I’ve played have been against Death, and I’ve not only never won against them, I don’t feel like I’ve ever even been competitive. If I had to sum up in one word my idea of why that’s so, it would be resilience. Death units have multiple saves from multiple sources. Death units have powers and items that protect them from mortal wounds and that give them healing when destruction seemed to be their fate. Death units Just. Keep. Coming. Back. It’s never, in my experience, been their offensive capability that’s hindered my Seraphon armies. Instead, it’s the fact that I can’t consistently and, more importantly, permanently remove enemy models from the battlefield. Their synergies are fantastic, stacking bonuses on top of bonuses with saves and resurrections. I just don’t know what to do about it. Next week, I’m facing a clever Death player who will most likely be fielding Nagash. I have reviewed that warscroll, and I’m not sure there’s a more potent single unit in the game, at least not one I’m familiar with (my experience is admittedly still limited). I plan to field Lord Kroak and summon a Balewind Vortex, but I don’t know whether a Death army led by so powerful a unit will reap the whirlwind the way other armies do. So this is an invitation to a discussion—a plea for one, really. What tips, tricks, tactics, and strategies would you good people advise? What lists of Seraphon might work best against these opponents? What, I ask again, can we do about Death?