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I have to say they were a resounding success against both Orks and Space Marines.
Both were annihilation with Dawn of war set up for one against Orks and pitched battle against SMs
Against the Orks 2200 pts wiped out the whole army for the loss of 10 scarabs and 3 wraiths.Just couldnt believe how effective the Deceiver could be.
Game ended on turn 5 against SMs 2600pts only sacrifices were 5 Des 3 Heavy DES 10 Scarabs and Wraiths.Did lose a lord and 10 warriors too but had done some serious damage taking a Landraider immobilised and 2 weapons destroyed,2 Termy squads,Termy Captain,Dreadnought,scout squad landspeeder and was poised to take out devastators,Bike Squad and Master of forge in my next turn.(phase out was 12 and had 24 models still on table.
Have to say I didnt realise how effective the right CC combos were .
Its been a great eye opener for me reading all the Necron advice here.
Bring it on Mortals
Yes, the Deceiver is a CC monster, once again thanks to having 1 more initiative point than most units. And what was your army like? Any Spyders?
My army consisted of
3 x 10 warriors
3 Heavy Destroyers
8 flayed ones
Nec Lord Res orb,Phyl,GoF, L Field ,Warscythe
Against the Orcs I dropped 10 warriors
Dont have any Spyders unfortunately,still not decided if they are worth the cost.
Spyders are only worth it if you buy them in groups of 3, IMHO. And how did the heavies play for you? I usually find them to be somewhat underwhelming, unless there's a very clear target I want to snipe. As for the scarabs, are they with or without fields? In other words, unit tie-in or tank hunters?