I've got an army list for The Dead Kingdom. These are my own undead army, using the Dead of Dunharrow figures from Games Workshop's Lord of the Rings line. They are lead by the Dark Ones, with the Ringwraith figures, including one on wyvern, represented by a ringwraith on "fell beast". There are Dead Knights, using Morgul Knights. And lots of spiders.
I saw it, but I think I'll stay with my approach. I think you're using a lot more special rules than I want, and making things stronger than I think they need to be. That's OK. I guess you're after smaller units with more detail.
I've been doing Age of Fantasy battle reports with orcs/goblins and elves (some things from wood elves some from high) for quite a while. My recent report in the Age of Fantasy forum is my first in a long time, though.
I have a few more figures to paint. I did the dead as somewhere between zombies and skeletons. But I am thinking of doing the king and the banner holders as spirits. That is partly because they were sculped more like spirits, and I would have to cover empty spots and lack of feet.
But my story is that the Dark Ones took power and destroyed the kingdom in their quest for more. I think the king should be a character but not the general. He was robbed of authority centuries ago.
And the heralds/banner bearers would be fine as spirits because they would use the Command Group rule, and would stand out so I wouldn't forget and count them as regular figures.