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Heavy Destroyers x3
(take out 2 immortals)
models-80(with heavy d's)
I think this would be a good list gainst most armies. Probably change it little when your fightin different armies though. Never liked the foot version of the necron lord so i didnt add it comments and....other stuff welcome
well, here's the only problem i see with your list. The lack of a resorb near that gargantuan block of warriors. i would argue thus, take the warriors in 4 blocks of 15, bunched in base to base with a foot lord in the middle with nothing but a resorb, thats only 140 points, cut out a few upgrades on your d body lord and you're good to go. this will disable instakilling any necrons within 6' of the resorb, and if you deploy the warriors intelligently, that will be quite a few, if not all. this slow, but threatening body should scare the living crap out of most players, except perhaps IG or Iron Warriors. If your opponent has alot of ordinance, you may want to ditch this and space the warriors out, but even with alot of ordinance, they'll still get WBB, and that's alot of concentrated fire power that will probably survive to rapid fire and charge. you're phase out is very high so that's good, honestly, you can't go wrong with a resorb, it will almost always earn back it's points, but i am somewhat of a noob, so, take this all with a grain of salt. otherwise, awesome list.
from earlier experiences i'v had a whole unit demolished by an ordinance so i'm not very keen on havein all my units in a concentrated area
Foolish! a res. orb is as must a D lords often go character killing (drop the phase shifter for it).
I would definately include at least two tomb spiders (this will really help your wraiths), otherwise that is a great list!
your list looks solid. play it a few times and try a few variations with the warriors(ie larger squads, small squads, bunched up...) also if you plan on seperating them out add in a tomb spyder or two for wbb help.
"One after one, by the star-dogged moon,
Too quick for groan or sigh,
Each turned his face with a ghastly pang,
And cursed me with his eye.
Four times fifty living men,
(And I heard nor sigh nor groan)
With heavy thump, a lifeless lump,
They dropped down one by one"