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How effective is the tactic of giving 15 Quarrellers great weapons, so when the enemy is about to charge you you reform into 3 ranks of 5, and take the charge?
I play 12 quarrelers with great weapons and just throw them to the wind in one rank for some quick kills. I keep my IBs behind them so that if/when they die the enemy gets to pursue right into my hardest unit. I actually had a line of 12 quarrelers survive 3 rounds of combat against a unit of savage orks the other day. In short... quarrelers with great weapons are great.
Sweet, thanks for the help. I'm really after tactics for dwarves, as I intend to start them after Vampires. But is it true that Dwarfs are boring to play against as well as to play? 'Cause that's what my friends say.
Most players would agree, that they're pointless. They just serve to make your unit even more expensive. You don't want these units to be in combat, if they are, it means you've been outflanked. I would just save the points for the others units to have.
Alot of people say they're boring to play and to play against. I love them. I always enjoy playing them. Theres alot of buttery stuff you can do alot of other people cant. They're slow...thats all.
Thanks. I've got a lent Dwarf army book, and I'm pretty sure after Vampires that I'll quickly create a Dwarf army. Go the stubborn midgets!