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The scenario is this, on Friday we have what ammounts to a quickfire Kill Team tournament at our club. And I need to put together a competitive 200 point No restrictions army list.
I can choose from Eldar, Dark Eldar, CSM, SM and IG. At a push I could even field some old crap painted GK termies with Halberds.
It just needs to be able to stuff it to Orks on bikes really. Last week I tried an IG 2 squad list and they got tabled and I really think if they can do for that list they can cope with pretty much anything else. Any input/suggestions would be gratefully received. I'd really like to go IG, but at the mo' I don't have too much in the way of hard hitting stuff for under 200 points. Best I think I can do there is a vet squad with sniper rifles.
As GK goes I thought of using a single Paladin and a Vindicare? If not competitive it might be fun to see the look on my opponents faces. But since it's a tourney it really needs to be a competitive list.
Many thanks in advance.
Okay, my bad, found out it's next Friday, so that gives me a week to find a competitive Kill Team. Like I said there's no restrictions on what you can bring, just no more than 200 points strict.
:s bumbed thank for post... anywho, for Eldar a fire prizm and some dire avengers could prove rather effective, being deadly even in big games. For Grey Knights, you could go with two strike squads or one upgraded one. I dont have them but think with Imperial Guard a heap of small squads would work, having had the joy of trying to shift them from cover on numerous occasions. Hope any of this helps
Thanks, I found 2 vet squads got butchered by Ork biker boyz.
Grey Knights I don't really have yet, what I do have are old (very) Termy models. I guess I could double them as Paladins but may need to stick them on larger bases first.
I like the idea of the Prism, it kinda depends on keeping it out of trouble long enough to dent the enemy before they get to her.
Thanks for the input though, some good ideas there.
Just to let you all know, I took Genestealers in the end, 10 with Adrenal glands and Toxin sacks, won 3 of 5 games.