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this was an unusual battle. i played it with my brother (space wolves) my friend dennis (tau) and my other friend stefan (chaos space marines). i play the necrons.
i'm kinda too lazy to write a full reprt but in brief i just have to say i'm dang happy i have a monolith. it destroyed all of the tau fire warriors, 2 hammer heads and 2 devilfish and my bros land raider crusader in one turn. i was amazed how effective tht was. in the ned i killed like all of the Tau and Half of the sapce wolves. my friend (stefan) had concentrated most of his fir power on my bro's landraider. it took him 4 turns of firing with 2 defilers and 5 lascannons and even 5 termies to finally destroy it. in the end i killed 2500 pts worth of army and i didn't lose one single casualty on my side
Well, you shouldnt bother posting up a battle report if your gonna be to lazy to actually post up the report. Its less fun for others to read a thread about a person gloating that luck was with them in killing a couple of high scoring units or winning them the game.
This just sounds like a vain attempt to here people say that what happened in your game was great or lucky.
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Although tempted to delete this thread as unworthy of a place on LO (and also to stop our friend from getting any more negative reputation), I think I will leave it as an example of 'How Not To Write A Battle Report'.
Next time, try and get over your lazyness before you open a new thread, please.
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