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Is it worth taking the "trust your battle brothers" trait? I used to play Space wolves and was a big fan of true grit, but recently with my own chapter it feels like I have wasted the points with recent performances in close combat. Any views?
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True Grit is a good defensieve upgrade, if you playing a more shooting orientated army then it a worthy upgrade, however if you play a more offensieve army directed to a lot of assault then True Grit is not a good upgrade to equip your sqauds with.
Yeah, for Space Wolves grey hunters, it kicks ass, since we have Blood Claws for assault.
although...for offensive army, Take the fight to them is a better trait, for every 5 marines you would have WITH TyBB, you will have 1 extra without.
think big armies:
30 models with TyBB
that makes them 36. i would say go, but if you like shooty, keep it/.
I'm not a fan of this trait, and it's one I'll never use. Seriously, shooty armies should be able to do enough damage to enemy assault units to worry about close combat.
I kind of like it for drop-pods, since your marines come out close,get alot of shots, then do ok if they get engaged.
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I find that they would do fine without it. Or if you give them take the fight to them then they could still shoot twice and still have 2 attacks without paying the points for true grit.
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I see alot of people using true grit Marines to attack and they always do worse than c.c weapon/b.pistol.
Plus if your shooty then it costs pints and you may well shoot them all to death before they get to you.
Waiting in Cover for Orks is undeniably fun though.
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