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Ok. Heres the list that Ive created. I would like feedback before I buy it.
Lord: VoD and Res Orb
6 Scarabs with Disruptor Feilds
Left Over with 11 points.
I am not sure how you will go about purchasing the list, but the Battleforce box set will give you 28 warriors, three destroyers and 7 scarab swarms. Just FYI, if you didn't know.
My Wraiths have earned more then their points in the games I fought but need to be close to the Res. Orb for maximum use. With that said, I usually turbo boost them up one side of the table and then use VoD with 20 Warriors (I don't have Immortals yet, but they will do you just as good, if not better) near the Wraiths.
For the remaining of your forces, I would place them on the complete opposite side and march forward shooting green death into the belly of MEQs.
After a few plays with your list you may be hungry for CC units, hence why I bought Flayed Ones.... Plus they are fun to paint because of their "acquired" dress attire from MEQs :yes:
Necron Govna' on Dracon_Prime
Yeah, looks like a good mobile army (Flying Circus, Destroyers, Wraiths, and Scarabs). Go get 'em.
Karmoon: "well.. any kore = good kore" 12:35pm PST 23 May 2007
Personally i dont think 1 unit of 3 Wraiths is that effective in larger games. Advancing them owards the enemy they make a nice target for firepower early on, and if you loose one or two, they wont stay very long in combat either. If your going to use wraiths, you need atleast 2 units of 3, preferably with a lord to fly with them. I think here, another unit of scarabs will be far better off, or possibly Flayed ones for some infiltrating combat potential.