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how large should a sister of battle squad be 10 , 15 , 20 , somewhere inbetween?
Typically sister squads run at 10 models, so that they can fit in Rhinos, for transport. If they are going to hitch hike forward/walk 15+ models for surviving.
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And if you're upgrading your Sister Superiors to Veterans, smaller squads = more Veterans = more faith points.
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ok i just got started with my Sister army a few weeks ago and a buddy of mine (who got me addicted) said u cant have more than one veteran per squad. is this true?
LO RulesOriginally Posted by AnonymousOriginally Posted by Cyric
Yes - only one Vet Sister per squad... And you want even number of Sisters per squad too.
Has to do with taking unit below 50% to not count as scoring. Whether your unit has 8 or 9 guys it takes the same amount of wounds to make it not scorring due to rounding. When you take the odd guy you are not gaining much in that sense...
true but thats an extra bolter on the field and might be the difference between getting dropped below 50% or killing over 50% and having them run away
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The theory is that the 9th (or odd) person in the squad is not as points efficient since it only adds a model, but does nothing to help in the 50% situation.