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    Useful Eldar Units

    I would like to see what units people tend to use more often than others because they get the job done. I find that Dire Avengers and Fire Prisms work pretty good for me.

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    I myself love Dark Reapers however since I've only played one game of 5th Ed. with my Eldar I can't say for sure.

    I also agree with the Dire Avengers. The only time they don't get their points worth is when i use them to cap an objective and they dont get attacked.

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    War walkers. Evey time I have watched my friend use them, they have never disappointed.

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    Serpents and Fire Prisms are two of my favorites. But I'm a tank commander at heart. With the new vehicle rules though, the resilience of our tanks is extraordinary. Also, when properly configured, even a Serpent puts out as much firepower as a Predator, while moving faster, and transporting a unit.

    Also, I like Storm Guardian squads with 3 Flamers and a Warlock /w Destructor. Though not tough, the unit can usually destroy much more than their points in a single shooting phase.
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    bump for DAs and war walkers. Add warlocks, in guardian units or in a unit themselves they always do whats needed of them. who doesn't love a 4+ invunerable save too.

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    1. Walkers w/ Scatter lasers
    2. Fire dragons w/ exarch *dragons breath flamer* w/ crackshot in a Falcon/Wave
    3. Dire avengers w/ blade storm
    4. Pathfinders

    Those are what I like to use in order

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    Well first I echo the support for Dire Avengers. Give them a Wave Serpent and watch the shuriken fly. Also for the War Walkers, though I personally take missile launchers on them now.

    I have been nothing but happy with my Striking Scorpions. Durable and hard hitting, I especially like having a squad of scorpions smash into some guardsmen. Even against MEQ type armies, with some support a scorpion squad can have a reasonable chance to succeed, and at the very least can tend to bog units down.
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    the humble guardian with farseer support is my favorite. Bring a couple units of these as well as some dire avengers and even termies will begin to get sliced to ribbons under the hail of ninja stars.

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    War walkers ...they are the puppies pips!

    Squad of 3 with Starcannons - They slay marines & Terms ...and then your opponent changes their game to stay the hell out of the way.

    In subsequent games, they will occupy your opponents attention so much that your other units will get a lot more freedom,

    I've yet to play 5th ed. BUT I'm dying to see what the newly running Avatar is like. He's a big old fire magnet and can wreak havok if he gets into play (which he should be able to do a lot quicker!)

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    borrow a codex

    Every eldar unit is useful.

    Eldar lists are highly tailorable to different styles of play whether you want to go tough, fast, mech...etc. You get the idea.

    Borrow a codex, see what units appeal to you and start from there.

    In 5ED you need more troops for scoring units so Dire Avenger, Guardian jetbikes, Rangers, and guardians (to a lesser degree wraithguard) are more important then past editions.

    If I were you I'd get a close combat unit (CC), an elite shooting unit, and a basic troop first. After you have that foundation and play a bit you'll ahve a better idea of what appeals to you and that can direct your future choices.

    Good luck!
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