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A couple guys from my local store are talking me into starting BFG - leaning towards the Eldar since I've been reading their rules and seeing how the game is played. Couple of questions:
1. Is a Void Stalker worth it?
2. What is a good mix for cruiser to escorts in an Eldar list? Some folks say 1 cruiser - the rest escorts is a great way to play Eldar
3. For a 1500 pt list, I was looking at: Comments?
(1) Void Stalker w/Prince
(2) Aurora Light Cruisers
(3) Squadrons of (4) Hemlocks
(1) Squadron of (3) Aconites
4. With Eldar having such good lances, torpedoes and holofields, is it better to stay away from more weapons batteries and focus on torps and lances?
I haven't played against Eldar in BFG before, so I can't really offer that muuch help.
The VS seems like a good ship, it certainly has more in the way of hit points over the Aurora, but for the price of one VS you can get two more Auroras' which while having a lot less in the way of hit points, still means new seperate targets?
Personally, I would have a VS in 2k lists, but not 1.5k, but then thats just my way of thinking.
Last edited by Toastee; May 14th, 2008 at 17:08.
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Void stalkers are quite evil. However, I'd recommend against taking them in any list under 2000. I'd swap it out for an eclipse, and probably some of those very sweet hemlocks that you've forgotten about under your escort section.
Take a Void Stalker as soon as you can.
Aurora's are okay
Add Nightshades, the best ship in the whole game.
Nightshades and Hemlocks are excellent.
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