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k i play ppl and ocasionaly here oh thats cheesey tactics what a load of !@#$ some one tell me what isnt cheesey then
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cheesy is three deep striking monoliths, cheesy is the craftworld Eldar army with rangers as troop choices, Alatoic(sp?) and having 5+ ranger squads. Cheesy is essentially making an army, that while legal, min/max's your army and abandons all fluff for victory purposes... Cheesy isn't about having fun. It's about trying to create the Uber army....
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Cheesy is playing to win. That's really the long and short of it. You're not supposed to suck, but don't just play to kill the enemy, play to have fun.
Henceforth no man shall set foot upon the world, and all around shall be set sentinals to ward away unwary spacecraft. We must accept that this place is lost to us forever, and is now the eternal habitation of abomination.
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"Cheesy" means that someone composed an army list for nothing else than winning. He ignored that it is eventually not very funny to play against such a list for his opponent, and it's usually a very unfluffy army list.
Cheesy is making a virtually unstoppable Daemon prince. Sure, it's fun, but you cant always do it.