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I'm fairly new to both warmachine and hordes. I've been playing for about 6 months and have a fair grasp on the rules. I choose Cryx as my first army and feel comfortable enough with them, to switch to Circle. I know Circles learning curve is sharp but I like challenges, plus I love there range of m...
- Sat Jun 07, 2014 3:02 pm
- Forum: Xenos Races
- Topic: Re: Dark Eldar in 6th ed, an updated unit review.
- Replies: 38
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I haven't seen anything on hellions, do you have any tips for them? I know they may not be worth it, but personally I love them and I'm not a competitive player so I like to use them.
I've got two wraithlords and I was wondering what I should model them with? I don't know if I should use dual bright lances or bright lance/scatter laser. Any tips would be great, I use ghost glavies and flamers on them so I don't know what I should do, I also like to use them as CC buffs for my Eld...
I'm new to dark eldar, a friend has quit and I was passed the torch. I'm looking in the codex and if I'm reading this correctly do I have to have one of each kind in the court? One Lhamaeans, Medusae, Sslyth, and one Ur-Ghuls in order to use this "unit"?
So the tournament was 5/3 and I got 5th place! I would of had third but I got tabled the third and final round. So to sum it up, this was a pretty solid list! A little less body count then I like to have, but I kicked AM(aka IG) squarly in the pants and finished off a plague nurgle list with relativ...
Sure I could try putting one up this Thursday to show how they work. And if I can remember to keep track of a game or two when the tournament go's on I sure will. thanks for the support of a different list
Hello fellow Eldar players. I have a tournament coming up here soon for highlander. I've run this list about six or seven times and had pretty good results. I wanted to chalk it up to the Miniwargaming community and see what you all have to say about this. Now I know off the bat people will tell me ...
Agreeing with everyone, orks sounds like your ticket, however if money is a factor (cuz lets face it "lots oh boys, means lots o teefh"), I would say chaos &/or Deamons. They have close combat units, (easier on the wallet then orks) an then you can have hell turkeys, mauler fiends, deamon princes, s...
- Tue Feb 18, 2014 12:42 pm
- Forum: Warhammer 40K
- Topic: Curious on opinions for a second army
- Replies: 13
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Once my eldar are complete I'll be starting orks, as they can form different playstyles. I think Orks are an all round good army, you can be fluffy or you can be competitive. They will cost tho as it's more money for more boys, it will add up quick.
The force organisation chart also changes: Original FOC: 1 HQ - Compulsory 1 Elite - Optional 2 Troops - Compulsory 1 Fast - Optional 1 Heavy - Optional 1 fortification - Optional If you fill that FO chart you can start on this one: 1 HQ 1 Elite 2 Troops 1 Fast 1 Heavy And if you somehow fill that ...
My FLGS is planning on doing one soon. And I feel like this is going to make it a good tournament, instead of dealing with cheesey lists. Plus it will make people think on their feet on how to use the match ups they have, that they might not be use to.