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These are two units I use against Chaos:
Grimoire of True Names
Acolyte w/ Artificer Armor
2 Acolytes w/ Refractor Fields
3 Combat Servitors w/ Power Fists
about 300 pts.
Great For: obviously, slaying daemons. A Chimera is a great addition, getting this guy into combat. Plenty of Acolytes and Familiars to soak up wounds and a mix of Armor/Invulnerable saves, just in case. Scourging/Holocaust for those Elite Space Marines and 3 Power Fists help against those Monstrous Creatures.
Unguents of Warding
Word of the Emperor
about 150 pts.
Great For: protecting mission objectives. Keeps those Daemons away with just his mind. Hierophants cause assaulting Daemon to take diff. terrain test to assault. Word of the Emperor, combined with the effects of Hierophants and Grey Knights, causes assaulting Daemons to take a leadership test at -2 Ld!
What do you think?
dang man, kinda expensive
Not in a 2000 pt. game. The reason Daemonhunters are so hard to play with is that their strength lies in wargear and strategy. Sure, I could build a Tau army and just shoot anything I see, but what's the fun in that? Obviously, I wouldn't use this set-up for every mission against every enemy, but think about a Take and Hold against a 2000 pt. Chaos army. What do you use?
i think its a great list, but maybe you may want to think in terms of flexibility, just in case your fighting someone other than daemons. most of the time i play against I.G. deathwing and tau. so having a flexible army is a must. course im a purist, i rarely if ever use an inquisitor =) but when i do, its mainly just to blow tanks to bits with gun servitors. then i give my inquisitor a teleport homer, so my grey knights fast attack can come rescue him. and kind of clamp the enemy between the G.K.'s
That's a pretty good strategy with the Inquisitor, as long as you can get in range. In terms of flexibility, nothing compares to an Inquisitor Lord. You can tool him up to do just about anything. I have about six or seven different configurations that I can plug in depending on whom I'm fighting, and the points are pretty close so it's just a matter of throwing in an extra Stormtrooper here and there. As far as these Inquisitors go, I use them against Chaos.
I'll be posting the 2000 pt. army list I use against Chaos sometime today in the Army List section. Look for it!