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Hello everyone. Since I've been using Inquisitor Lord Karamazov for a while now, even though I play him as a super-ultra-demon-construct-of-doom for my radical inquisitor, I would be very interested in hearing if anyone else have played him in 5th, and if so how they use him.
Personally I alternate between holding him among my anchor guard troops as counter charge, leadership re-roll and multi melta platform and sometimes as the spearhead for my 3 Chimeras with SoB and 4 melta squad rushing for objectives.
So...any experiences with him?
I've used him with penitents and zealots - the zealots in particular benefit from his leadership reroll (they are a little shakey) and the multimelta can be used to pop transports and assist the penitents.
Unfortunately the whole radical force is not competitively viable, which is a shame because it's a damn good looking army on the table.
You are quite right about the radicals, but that doesn't stop me It is the force I enjoy most, since I have so many options and tricks to employ during play. Did I mention I like being the underdog?
I would really like to try zealots actually, they sound really fun. Maybe I should look into them some more.
The last time I used them they were a good turn of movement behind the penitent line in deployment and were never able to catch up. Probably for the best given how often penitents explode (i've said it before - but don't group penitents and zealots together without good reason).
100 points for 20 scoring models - much the same as an inducted infantry platoon with pistol & cc weapon instead of lasgun, with cc upgrades instead of weapon teams.