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well i have tried the hunter tactica on the top of the pg but it didnt help...
i have the exorcist tactics down they kick ass.
i need help on my seraphims and canoness who has a jump pack. so they generaly stay together... i have a blessed weapon with my 'ness and an evicserator with my sis. i move around shoot at a squad and generally kill 3-4 models then i assault but for some reason it doesnt work out too good. what is a good strategy or is this one good and i just cant roll?!?
also if you can't help there then for my battle sisters i have 30, 1 squad with flamer and H flamer, 2 squads with 2 meltas... should i constantly move after getting out of my vehicle, or should i sit and wait for the enemy to come close and if they dont my exorcists will force them too... along with my retibutors.?!
thanks in adavnce for the help... i hope i learn to use them like i do my exorcists.
I would give the seraphim twin flame pistols and combine the shooting with the "Divine Guidance" act of faith. If you still arn't getting enough kills try adding a Brazier of Holy Fire to the Veteran. Flamer templates will increase the chances of getting 6's but in general it does cover more models. Remember the squad will roll 3D6 for faith tests as long as you have a veteran (Pick which ever dice you want to use). As it stands though seraphim arn't good in combat but they go into combat to because they create an advantage of numbers during the shooting just to wipe out the last few men.Originally Posted by Martyrdom
Generally you should withdraw after the opponents combat phase using the hit and run rule so you can do another round of shooting in your own shooting phase.The idea of transports is so you can get to the opponent quickly and deliver the first strike. Whether you should strike or not is dependant on situation. If you're going to end up running your army into the middle of huge guns for example then no you should avoid going straight in. In general your heavies should support your troops. I dislike the retributors since they are slow and don't really suit a mechanised force. With another Exorcist you can keep up with your force while shooting.Originally Posted by Martyrdom
There's a link to a witch hunters guide in my signiture if you want more info.