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Well a thread I was reading got onto the topic of tailor an army for a certain oponents. It got me wondering how many people have done this before and how many people have had to deal with a friend or club member doing this against them. I find that around my area a lot of people play marines or some variant of marines(like sisters or deamon hunters) like over 50% so those players often find themselves against an army tailored to fight them. I used to do this but after some time some of my friends have gotten other armies and more non-marines players have joined our gaming club so I stopped this and found I enjoyed playing a well rounded tactical list opposed to being tailored. So please I want to hear about what you think of tailored list and any of your friends who have done that to you.
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with the amount of Marine players around its no wonder lists get tailored against them ... on the other hand its alot more difficult to tailor an army to kill MEQ's much more so then to kill a mechanised army ... or a swarm army.
but i argee whats the point in tailoring a list, maybe swap afew weapons round depending on the opponent but i dont think its fair to base an army souly around beating one race.
obvious exceptions Deamon hunters should be based around killing chaos and xeno hunters are likley to have a certian amount of racial enemy specific specialisation.
high elves 1/1/0 (since i sign on to LO, but countless battles before that)
building a new IG army as we speek its about 500pts sofar
At my old store, all I ever got to play were Marines, Chaos and Necrons. Well, and an AC once. So, I HAD to tailor my armies to deal with 3+ saves.
Burn the land and boil the sea. You can't take the sky from me.
Member of the Canadian Clan, eh.
Mech Tau Cadre: 2000 points, needs paint and magnets.
Paladins of Avalon (SW):-1500 points, needs paint.