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I stumbled upon something interesting regarding the Royal court
Under composition it says the following
I haven't been able to locate any wording that states that you can't take 0-5 Crypteks and 0-5 Lords with a single Character. In other words a possibility of 10 Lords and 10 crypteks in a single list
I'm aware that commen sense would dictate that you can only have 1 composition of either 0-5 lords or 0-5 crypteks per Character, unless Iv missed that crucial part of the rule somewhere.
Can anyone either confirm or disprove?
rememoring the codex, i'll say you can actually take 0-5 crypteks and 0-5 lords per necron overlord in the army. doesn't sound so cheesy considering the price of all those guys...May be wrong though.
The cheese I see stems from taking Veil of Darkness without losing out on lords, added mobility to units that would otherwise be forced to foot slog across the board or spend an extra 45 points for a transport that limits capacity of the unit.
I'm sure there are better combos in there but that's just something that sticks out for me
only one VOD per royal court.
I don't see whats so cheesy about that. 0-5 crypteks and 0-5 lords is how I've always read it. Transports and VoD both have their own situational uses. Technically you can have 3 VoD in a list btw, 2x royal courts + obyron.
Points get heavy fast but like I said we all generally play death star..
ahh ic, so it might be a bit cheesy for your local meta. I generally play against and as msu and gunlines, so kiting with VoD isn't that big of a deal.
The ultimate deathstar unit: 5 fully kitted out crypteks with different disciplines and both upgrades, 5 fully kitted out lords with warscythes and a fully kitted out overlord with a warscythe: 1375 points in an 11 man unit
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I might try that just to say I did, but use imotekh instead