Mmkay, you guys apparently love catspeak so much that you'll want a Chief Warlord that speaks with "can has". Well, I will oblige
Also, welcome HerbieRai
and may I compliment you on your taste for references. Plus, ManBearPigs are pretty awesome units to bulk up hitpoints for a stack, and all of ImaginationLand's troops are quite fast.
Most of our troops are quite fast actually, a difference from the original TBfGB. Let's see what kind of problems that will bring, later on ... because unless we do something really stupid/get really unlucky/the GM(s) get particularly evil, we should punch through easily for the first couple of turns, making good territory gains.
Here's what I think, strategy-wise. It's nothing too deep, so why not have it open.
Our troops, this time round, are small. We'll be fighting with many stacks, and unlike the previous TBfGB there will be casualties. No biggy, our popped units can get fast to the front.
Also, the utter lack of structure in the terrain will encourage, nay, force, some more freestyle maneuvering. We'll have, maybe, several columns spread out a bit as opposed to the team main push/Kettwey's artifact claiming squadron situation of TBfGB2.
ManBearPigs are amazing units for an initial softening strike/meat-shielding an Infantry column. (The Cheezburger is a cheaper meatshield, but that's all it is).
The Horde's ranged units are fast and reasonably cheap- will be built in great numbers. Horde Slaves are the better option (as compared to Stormtroopers) to do some basic territory denial. Basically, they are the new Mists, which is obvious from their stats.
PRLC units are jack-of-all-trades, master of none. LongCats make good infantry, LOLCatiushas can concentrate some ranged power.
Archnida forces will provide camp defense, some Siege capability (if needed) and various options for territory denial. None of the Archnida troops look too impressive stat-wise, but they are the cheapest and will provide a reliable rush of units even in times of pop point draught.
Scouting will be done, probably, by Flying Monkeys and Kittehs. Ranged troops will most likely be provided by the PRLC and Horde. ManBearPigs will strengthen infantry columns (unless we can haz enuff Cheezburgers).
So, when do we start?
The whole point of this is lost if you keep it a secret.