Age of Empires - Egypt
Sphinx (tne one whose special attack is the tornado)
Wadjet (the poison splitting cobra monster)
Anubite (the anubis warrior in Mummy Returns)
Petsuchos (the crocodile that concentrates light from the sun and fires it as lasers through its eyes)
Roc (the flying transport)
Scarab (the warmachine)
Scorpion man (just some heavy duty fighter...I remember I use them coz they cost wood, which is cheap)
Mummy (usually we get them free through some power)
Avenger (the horus warrior)
Phoenix (the flying flame thrower cheesefest)
Naval units not included.
So why am I doing all this? In preparation of my Warhammer Fantasy Tomb Kings of course. Recently I read about this guy who did a warhammer army (i forgot if it is fantasy or 40k) to honor his favourite pc game. So now I am doing the same for the Age of Empires series.
But why not historicals? The biggest reason is that I am not interested in the Chariot Wars supplement, secondly I already got TK who are egyptian enough. No point collecting a "living" version. Lastly the TK army also to some extent captures the AOM feel.
So looking at the AOE/AOM units and comparing with GW's TK roster, I will kinda know what sort of army I will do once the book is released.
P.S: This is not the first time this idea appeared. I did thought about fielding a "historical" TK army consisting of only skeleton troops back in 6th ed. But it is so weak that I drop it.