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Since no-one really seems to be adding to this forum, I will add instea, just in case anyone might need a bit of info on those nuns with guns (a.k.a. Bolter Bitches).
Sister Elites tips:
Don't rely on me! But if thou has no other option this is what i've found has worked well:
Never got into Dominions (but i will try to write about them seperatly some other time when i can be bothered), but I love Celestians. I buy them separately because I don't believe in them as an assault unit except
in extremis, and if you attach them to a Canoness you've either got
to kit them all out with character upgrades, etc., or waste the
Canoness' rather decent close combat stats. My Celestians have a
single multi-melta and a Rhino, and their job is to quickly range
ahead, dig into cover overlooking crucial board areas, and proceed
to blow the bejeezus out of anything coming within 24". The bolters
aren't necessarily great for this, but the Multi-Melta rarely misses
at BS4 and has derailed entire advances while the enemy tries to
deal with the thorn in its side. Celestians don't break easily,
anyone trying to charge them usually has to make difficult terrain
rolls to reach (and will get *smoked* if they don't), and even if
they do get engaged there's a bit of Holy Hatred dealt out on the
first round. A squad of these ladies occupied an entire Eldar flank
for three turns while the rest of my army advanced. They eventually
died, but it took a lot of Starcannon and Pulse Laser fire to
accomplish it, with the Eldar losing a Viper and two Warwalkers in
exchange. Cover saves are a lovely thing. The now empty Rhino,
meanwhile, usually goes on to block key sightlines, tank shock, and
otherwise make a nuisance of itself disrupting the enemy. Firing on
it not only wastes a heavy weapon (or more) but risks causing it to
become permanently blocking terrain. Not firing on it means it keeps
mobile, which is even worse. Not a bad distraction for 48-odd points.
Please don't take this the wrong way but...I've never seen a girl play warhammer. What mad you play warhammer?
Please, don't be mad at me for saying this (you must have heard this before).
I think its kinda hot with a girl playing warhammer
All the power to you
Kinda hot :huh: right.... Well, what ever interests you :blink:
Hey, how many women have intrests like that?
er,...not much <_<
You'd be surprised, a lot of girls are interested in the game, the problem is their first encounter with other players in the game tend to leave an unfavorable impression (ie, they meet a lot of geeks). If they are introduced to the game by someone who is normal they can have a lot of interest. Most girls love to paint the figures, and the idea of Sisters of Battle appeal to some.
Just gotta get them started the right way
yea,..your right about the geeks
Yeah I'm mad, insane whatever you want to call me. But I've been playinning 40k for god knows how many years by now. And the Sisters were never my first arm, in facta army of mainly girls kinda put me off from playing them. I'm the typical Guard player that's moved on. As for the geek thing well I'm not the one to be called normal either . I think the reason I liked warhammer is because I like war!
im not saying you are a geek. But is is true. If i tell someone i play warhammer i get a look that says: <_< what a geek. I don't look bad my self if i may say so but it is the hobby thing that makes ppl geeks.
But it is nice to know that girls also play warhammer (hell, my girlfriend even toled me that even she is interested :blink: