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I'm gonna be playing some Killteam on the weekend and its likely thay my Eldar playing "friend"might be taking a kill-team of warp-spiders. Is this
c) and how do I defeat them, if he can? I will be playing them using me friends Kroot.
I don't have my rulebook (it's way back in the UK) so I'm afraid I can't help you with legality here. I'm sure, however, that this is wrong.. If nothing else, because your friend is trying to play kill team like regular warhammer, which it isn't. It's about fluff, and having fun.. not about how many broken combinations you can whip together.
If you've ever played inquisitor, you'll understand.
But the best idea is just to build a kill team of your own.
Unless you severely tweak the rules, kill team is very, very imbalanced against the brutes.
That said, a few variations, and it becomes a lot of fun. I particularly like the new space hulk modifications, which, since they use a slightly tweaked version of the kill team rules, can effectively be used to represent a wide range of fun, space based scenarios. They're in the black gobbo magazine.. which is on the US GW site.
Yeah, I agree and sadly they are legal. Except the GOLDEN RULE which is to have fun.
This is why the Ladz will NEVER play inquisitor because it involves balance a thing not recognised by all in our group.
A Sad truth my friend, a sad truth indeed. You, me and Steve could give it a go though, we're al into fluff, and fairness (Steve would love it I'm sure).