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I've just started collecting and painting an SM army again, and am currently gradually learning the rules. In the opnion of everyone who reads this, would it be possible to...
Use (successfully) an army that was geared towards guerilla warfare and consisted primarily of scouts? Other units would most likely include a landspeeder, a few tanks and a converted Captain Shrike model.
If so, why and how, and if not, why not?
I thought I'd ask someone else's opinion before investing too heavily in tons of scouts.
guerrilla warfare is possible, jist take See but don't be seen and another trait.
i don't know about the tanks they don't seem very "guerilla"like,
see but don't be seen
cleanse and purify or trust your battle brothers
flesh over steel
if youm like scouts go take yhem but beware of all the AP 4 weapons in the world. they don't have a lot of heavy weapon options but the ones they have are nice.
so yes it is possible.
with the city of death terrain being released...
an all scout or urban style army is awesome! Plus, isn't the next conflict city fight based?
Vindicators and assault marines and scouts are perfect for this style of combat, do up a list and let's see
...and you will know my name is the lord, when I strike down my vengence upon thee...