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1 BC with 4 GKT. 245p
8 PAGK: 1 psycannon and Justicar with melta bombs. 255p
8 PAGK: Justicar with melta bombs. 230p
8 FAGK: 1 psycannon and Justicar with melta bombs. 255p
1 GK draed: TLLC/ML. 140p
1GK dread: Autto cannon/CCW. 110p
1 LRC: smoke launchers. 258p
The armies I usualy fight are bei-tan eldar, blood angels, tau, death gaurd, nids, death gaurd, world eaters, world barers and necrons. I'm also new to LO so please point out any mistakes I make.
Last edited by Eltharion; April 22nd, 2006 at 12:44.
Diggums words is Red.I would make one your troop squads go in the LRC and then walk the rest of squad and Termies (or possibly Deep Strike. Overall, a very nice list, just to try to max out all PAGK squads to 10 if possible and give your Dreads some more survivbility.Originally Posted by Eltharion
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Thanks for the advice. I think I'll drop the LRC to max out my squads and maybe I'll swap my BC for a GM.
Eltharion, since you titled this as a solicitation to get advice on a friendly list, I have some feedback for you that I hope you will find useful. Simply stated it is this: Know Thine Enemy.Originally Posted by Eltharion
Here is what I'm getting at - because you stated it was for friendly play, I am going to assume, then, that this list does not need the flexibility to take on any opponent as you would experience in a tournament. A tournament list is static (locked as-is for the duration of the event) and needs to be versatile enough to be able to take on all-comers with the expectation that it could be successful against any opponent. The good news about a tournament list is that your opponents also have to build flexible lists, and will be taking a risk if they try to maxamize capability against a single opponent archetype.
For friendly play, however, there are no such limitations. Therefore, I advise that you not try to make a single, against-all-comers, list for that type of play. The armies that you have listed above are very, very different from one-another. Your opponent with the World Eaters force will not fight you in the same way as the Tau commander.
My recommendation to you, then, would be to build a distinct list tailored for each opponent. If not each opponent, then at least separate lists for when you will likely be on the offensive (e.g. against Tau, Eldar, or IG) on the defensive (e.g. against Orks, Nids, or Blood Angels) and possibly a third list for when you are actually fighting the forces of Chaos (Death Guard, Word Bearers, World Eaters).
To summarize, don't go into the fight without a full appreciation for your opponent's capabilities, how he/she is likely to fight, and how the terrain could affect both of you. Then adjust your forces to account for your analysis.
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Thanks Valerian, great advice. I guess that's why the bei-tan player does so well with all of his specialized aspect warriors.
You should fill up the grey knight squads, but maybe you want to add some storm troopers?
Maybe make the FAGK grey knight squad full up to ten guys and have two 7man troop squads, just a thought. It isnt a bad list.
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