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Hey folks, ==Me== here.
I will say this about the Dark Angels. Despite all we lost and the huge differences between the DA list and SM list we still have a fun army build. Deathwing and Ravenwing work so well together and I just love using it. So here's a Doublwing list I put together today.
Dreadnought-venerable, assault cannon
Dreadnought-venerable, plasma cannon
Deathwing Squad-heavy flamer, chainfist, Apothecary, Standard Bearer, lightning claws
Deathwing Squad-assault cannon, chainfist, lightning claws
Deathwing Squad-assault cannon, lightning claws
Ravenwing Attack Squadron-6 bikes, 2w/ meltas, Sergeant w/ power weapon, melta bombst, Attack Bike w/ multi-melta
The RW scout up and deploy Termies in somebody's face while Dreads and the 3rd DW Squad provide cover fire as they advance. Standard tactics, but still very flexible with DWA and combat squads.
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That's pretty beast. I hope you're a good economist when it comes to playing, as with so few units you'll need to maximize the efficiency of each one and simultaneously keep them safe - all the enemy need are a few well-placed tank hunters and any one of your key units are toast. Still, you shouldn't have too much problem out-manoeuvring anyone, so ever massive numbers armies like orks and IG shouldn't be an issue so long as you keep moving. Just watch out for that eldar prism cannon.
I love the dark angels. Those hard-arse, moody bastards get me excited in a special way.
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