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I usually use my stealth suits as a harasser unit, working outside my normal armies firebase and picking off any soft targets they can get at.
but what I just got to thinking was....
what if i put them right in front of a row of firewarriors and give the shas'ui a markerlight. then i can just sit back till they get too close them hop behind my firewarriors... but till then i get more or less "free" markerlight shots till someone makes em move, plus they need to roll nightfighting to spot em.
how would that work out? anyone tried it?
Haemonculus Coven Dark Eldar
I think having them sit back is a waste of your points and elite slot. If you want another unit back with ML just have anothersquad of firewarrior. Stealth are nice because they can go foward early and not get caught up, thats their advantage to fire warriors take aweay that and they're really no better. =/
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Fluff wise, you're current way of using your Stealths is correct. They are meant to be harrassers, taking out lightly armoured units. You can try using them in conjunction with a Pathfinder team to make them hit on a 2+. Very useful if you have a full Stealth team.
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Stealth Suits rule at taking out Light Skimmers or Heavy Weapons Teams from Cover. That always works well.
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