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Hey, new to the world of 40,000. Just started up my Space Marine Army, and wondered if anyone had any ideas on how to expand it or what to do next, or anyhting I should or could change? Here's my list. with total points of each model and unit in brackets:
Space Marine Commander ( 110 )
- Plasma Pistol, Power Weapon and Melta Bombs. ( 110 )
Space Marine Tactical Squad, With Rhino Transport ( 239 )
- Sergeant with Bolt pistol, Close Combat Weapon and Frag Grenades ( 16 )
- 7 Space Marines with Bolters and Frag Grenades ( 112 )
- 1 Space Marine with Missile Launcher and Frag Grenades ( 26 )
- 1 Space Marine with Flamer and Frag Grenades ( 22 )
- Space Marine Rhino with a Pintle Mounted Storm Bolter and Smoke Launchers ( 63 )
Space Marine Assault Squad ( 120 )
- Sergeant with Plasma Pistol, Close Combat Weapon, Frag Grenades, Jump Pack and Melta Bombs ( 24 )
- 4 Space Marines with Bolt Pistol, Close Combat Weapon, Frag Grenades, Jump Pack and Melta Bombs ( 96 )
Space Marine Scout Squad ( 95 )
- Sergeant with Sniper Rifle and Frag Grenades ( 19 )
- 4 Space Marines with Sniper Rifles and Frag Grenades ( 76 )
Total = 564pts
So what do you think?
Last edited by Rosenberg92; October 9th, 2008 at 16:36.
I've moved your thread to our Space Marines Army Lists forum. You're far more likely to get some meaningful feedback with it here. We've got individual army forums with separate list forums for each army in 40k and Fantasy.
Let me know if you have any questions!
Dude, it looks to me as if you're using the previous edition of the Space Marine codex that just went out of date.
As far as it goes, it looks like a fairly solid starting force but if you're using an old 'dex, well... you need the new rules.
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