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so im sat painting in my local gw when rich (the guy in charge) challenges me to a quick game, ive been painting for nearly 2 hours so i agree.
but i have to follow one simple rule, my models have to number the same as his models, he has twenty, i can choose anything from any of the stores armies, i chose grey knight termies (gotta love twenty of em) he chose twenty last chancers with plasma guns and power fists. city fight, turn two. gets cose to my termies (so far he has lost two models only thanks to heavy cover) runs in to assault range and rapid fires plasma guns, and kill 14, yes 14 of my termies, in one go,i gave up......... anyone else got any amazingly beardy units they have palyed (dont neccesarily have to be game legal,
move aside manling this is dwarf work......
well, this obviously wouldn't have worked in a legal game, for the difference in points is ridiculous. if it's really just about having 20 models without considering the costs, i suppose that the last chancers are the 'best' unit. unless 20 models don't exclude tanks (20 leman russ, wohoo).
but i am really no fan of this. you could also play 20 carnifexes or tyrants, 20 waaghbosses, 20 talons, 20 wraithlords etc......
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Hold on their now, last chancers beardy/cheesy because you couldn't beat them with grey knight terminators? You played a game with some 300-400 points more than him and all he had going was the fact that almost everyone in his army had plasma guns or weapons that denied you the terminator armour save in close combat. (Its not beardy, but all those last chancers with plasma weapons is incredibly unfluffy.)
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EDIT: Did the calculations a while ago, but don't have them anylonger, but I belive I counted that it would take 1350 boltershots to kill this unit, or 225 marines firing at 24". Of course, I am simply picking numbers out of memory, so I'm probably wrong.