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What is your favourite Super-Heavy Tank* (game-wise) using the rules found in the Apoc book or in IA: Apocalypse?
*That uses the Baneblade chassis.
Last edited by chosen40k; February 29th, 2008 at 00:35.
When life gives you anything, charge it with Genestealers.
Alarm clock? Genestealers.
Your boss? Genestealers.
The rednecks that cut in front of me at Wal-mart like I didn't have anything better to do than stand in line? Genestealers.
why miss out all the other super heavy tanks?
Everything you have been told is a lie!
Oh ShadowSword all the way!
Strength D kills all!!!!!
Yeah, I agree- Shadowsword. With the strength being D, not much can stand up to it. But the basic Baneblade is always classic.
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I have to go baneblade. The thing is a workhorse. The Shadow Sword backs that pretty little Volcano gun, the baneblade can keep rolling and killing even after it looses its baneblade battle cannon. With out the Volcano gun... well the Shadow sword is in trouble.
Rheagar fought nobly
Rheagar fought valiantly
Rheagar fought honorably
And Rheagar died.
Maybe it's because I'm also an ork player but I just love the idea of the mega-bolter. So shooty and loud. It's great to turn it on a ten-man marine squad and just blast them all into paste when they are expecting AP4. ;Y
Last edited by Kahoolin; March 3rd, 2008 at 02:35.
However i'd pick a macharius over all others - as i have one and i love it second only to my wife.. (Even though it's just not efficient points wise or game useage. The tank that is, not my wife.)
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I daresay the standard Baneblade (Bless her mechanical soul), for few things can stand in the face of such a mighty beast.
That, and I can't say no to eleven barrels of hell.