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This is for the vibros and D-cannons.
I've always played them behind cover so they can shell the enemy from reletive safety.
But that usually means that neither weapon can get at the stuff the enemy is hiding.
So I've been considering playing them forward. Like maybe as far forward as they can be with a cover save, allowing both to come to grips with the enemy.
Anybody do that?
I generally play vibrocannons as far forward as I can (while still ensuring that they're safely hidden behind terrain).
D-cannons I try to play just far enough forward that they've got a good shot at whatever killing field/objective I want them to dominate.
I've heard that you can get good results putting vibrocannons far forward on a flank, but I've never tried it.
well yes I always play them as far foward as they have concealing cover.
I'm wondering about exposing them to enemy fire to get a better shot,
The crew is made of guardians. Definitely not a good idea, unless the target you're hunting is worth more than your gun battery/makes a huge difference in enemy strategy.