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evasor are very good then?
not if you dont know how to use him and who to send him after.
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Thunder or Deamonhammers are good, because they can 'stun' it
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Thanks for the advice guys. I was actually thinking of getting my GM in CC with it and killing it outright but i guess there would b a problem if there were 3 hey?
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If you don't see that very needed 6 with the GM he's toast. he has 3 attacks back, hits on 4s, wounds on 2s, and if you fail that invulnerable, it's instadeath goodness.
I would recommend a vindicare as he hits on 2s, wounds on 4s, no save, and it's priceless against the rest of the army as he can crack those annoying Exarchs and take away all those special skills and abilities. The great thing about it is that it does it from a distance, so he won't be crushed.
Honestly I'd never depend on a 3 attack Justicar to kill that Wraithlord, as he needs 6s to hurt it, and the big guy will thrash the squad, granted it can happen, never seen it though.
Wraithlords are one of the less understood Eldar Units, and most people can't deal with them, and get all frustrated. Kinda sad if you ask me, but hey, whatever, there are ways to deal with them in all armies. Sniper Rifles, Special Weapons, etc... If a single Wraithlord is boning up your game, you may need to look at your tactics.
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