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My friend who plays necron has an army that very rarely loses containing a nightbringer, a necron lord, a squad of destroyers, and a ton of warriors.
Whats a good way for sisters of battle to defeat the Nightbringer?
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Ignore it, it is as simple as that.
Pound on his Warriors and anything else that counts as a Necron (e.g. Flayed Ones, Immortals, both kinds of Destoyers) but mainly target the ones that come in big numbers so they will phase out.
If you really feel the need to kill it you can only do it through shooting, and then only from Exorcists and Multi-Melta mounted Immolators and Retributors. But seriously, its a waste of the Exorcists power to target the C'tan, target the Warriors so they will not get their We'll Be Back roll.
All you have to do is kill everything else and ignore the Nightbringer. As they will simply Phase out.
go straight for the throat which in this case are the warriors
As everyone above says, go for the phase out. As soon as you kill him down to less than 25% of his necrons (not all units count as necrons either) his entire army will disappear. Models that count as Necrons are his Lord, Immortals, Flayed Ones, Warriors, Destroyers (both regular and heavy) and Wraiths.
Nightbringer moves 6" a turn. It shouldn't be too hard to avoid so your opponent's limited to flinging around single lightning bolts (lascannon shot) and only killing 1 a turn.
Nightbring also takes up 360 points. That's ENORMOUS! he won't have points left for much else (Emperor forbid if he decides to take Monoliths as well).
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
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