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That pretty much says it all. How many of you deepstrike the monolith - how many don't?
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i do, and i don't. it all depends on the situation. when facing imperial guard i see all the reasons to deepstrike it. but if im facing worldeaters i would probably not deepstrike it.
"I have seen you humans, trying to forge an Empire in the name of a corpse"
That is what I have always gone by.
Heh, I basically never deep strike my monolith no matter who I'm playing against; I like to have its capabilities disposable to me immediately. If it's against IG, I simply don't use a Lith
I almost never deepstrike my "lith for one simple reason.
It basically takes away the teleporting ability which helps with WBB rolls.
"I am the architect of fate!"
I hardly ever warp whith it (unless like a whole sqd is down). Mostly I use it to take out clumped up troops.
I deepstrike alot. But I don't DS alot, too. Oft times I'll DS the Lith to support a lord and unit using the V.O.D. just in case that unit receives a charge. Deploy from reserve a unit or 2 of warriors in support of a lord and a full unit of immortals, and bam! Instant second army, usually behind their first wave of skirmishers, if not their whole force. I don't use this tactic against DE because they're much too fast.