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I have been thinking about my Marine army and as transports are so cheap and I already have a rhino, pred and land raider redeemer I deceided to try a mech list. What do you think? (im at work at the moment and dont have point values with me but i have a good memory!)
5 Assault Terminators with Hammers and Shields
Redeemer with Multi Melta
2 10 man Tacital Squads with melta, ML, serg with power fist and rhino
2 Predators, one with all lascannons, one with autocannon and HB's
Land raider storm
5 scouts, serg with combi-melta and melta bombs
10 assault marines, serg with power fist, 2 plasma pistols.
I know that the AM arnt really mech-ish but I have 10 of them and like using them, I thought them and the storm could harrass the flanks whilst the armour lines up in a spear formation with the LRM as the tip.
Any thoughts/tactics/additional units etc would be appreciated. Also I have never used this army so Im not sure how it would perform!
Sorry now my little nit pick is done, looks good
The one thing I would change would be drop Am and throw in a couple of normal land speeders with MM seeing as you have Vulkan you might as well make the most of his points and get as many MM in your list as you can
If He is For me, Who shall stand against me
It would help with the whole synergy of the list, and could help with any enemy armour. I have also been recommended a unit of sternguard in a drop pod. I like the idea of this, I can drop them near a target pretty accurately without much worry of mis-happing and can pack the squad full with melta weapons but one thing I have learnt since playing is that SM's arnt as duarable as I thought (i tend to fail a lot of armour saves, damn you dice!!). They would get lots of attention and seem like an epensive unit to use as a kind of 'suicide' unit