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Just a quick question in regards to getting them around the table.
How do people do it? Say set up a LW with Termie armour you place him on your side of the table and slowly creep towards the enemy as they laugh at you.
What am I missing? It is midnight here and I feel like I am missing something. Bugger it if I am taking an empty transport (LR) just to ferry the guy around... but i love them so much
Wash: This landing is gonna get pretty interesting.
Mal: Define "interesting".
Wash: [deadpan] Oh God, oh God, we're all going to die?
In dawn of war missions they do exactly that, marching on from the tabe edge and running flat out at the enemy. In normal deployment missions you only have 24" to cover so depending on your running die roll on turn 1 you may get a charge on turn 2 depending on the enemy movement of course. when using table corner deployment the distance can be as low as 17" to cover.
In objective missions just move them onto an onbective that needs contesting and the enemy will come to you eventually, especially if you have a scoring unit there too. In kill point missions just try and get them flattened.
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I've only seen people run them behind Rhinos and other armor and than kind of move away and pin something down. Any other way seems bad or inconvenient, I don't consider them a great unit though.
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