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I was telling my friend that a "flying circus" army consists of a Lord teleporting around with a squad of immortals, but he seems convinced that a flying circus should be Eldar Harlequins on a Wave Serpent. So my question is, where did the name "Flying Circus" come from to describe that certain Necron tactic?
Also, another unrelated question: does the Heavy Destroyer box come with both a heavy gauss cannon AND a regular gauss cannon? Thanks
And the Heavy destroyer box does come with both weapons.
In the last edition of Vampire Counts, I remember hearing talk of a Srigoi Flying Circus...
Vampire Lord, three vampire thralls, all with the ability to fly and re-roll to-wound rolls (or something like that, anyhow).
Just to let you know it's not Necron (or even 40K) exclusive!
I believe Flying Circus originated with mouned Harlequins. Harlequin having a resemblance to clowns which are most often found in the circus. Not sure why the VoD/Immortal squad build picked up the name really.
The term was probab;y formed around when the codex was made
i thought flying circus referred to saim-hann eldar with all jetbikes, and harlies/falcons was called clowns in taxis?