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So what do you guys think is the best way to run grotesques?
Lately I've been running them 3 strong, Abberation (with Scissor hand), Liquifier Gun and one normal. Two squads, one with a haemy, one with urien all with the +1 Str upgrade. Running htem without hte upgrade or Urien I would run them the same I think.
3 allows wound allocation fun and games galore as they are all armed diffrently and so is the haemie.
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The unit configuration for me was:
3 Grotesques + Liquifier
1 Aberration + Flesh Gauntlet
Accompanied by Urien and one game accompanied by an Archon - when I used Urien I did give them the strength boost.
I kinda like karantalsis's setup and if its cheaper but still serves their purpose then I'd go that way - I am not sure the 4th grotesque is necessary.
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I'd think scissor hands would be a much better option.
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