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just a question y are there no Iyanden player i mean there agood arent they how come? And which craftworld is the one where holwing banshees or striking scorpions are troop choices? :ph34r:
Not many people collect Iyanden Wraithguard are expensive (Â£7 each, a min squad is Â£35!. The Aspect Warrior Craftworld is Beil-Tan.
You cannot win, for to fight us is to give us power.
There are Iyanden players. :ph34r: I know because I am one of them.
I suppose that the main reason that few people are playing this Craftworld is that the basic trooper costs 35 points and have a 12" range. You'll have to slog on foot a good while, unless you have some Wave Serpents, until you can let loose with the Wraithcannons. Another reason is the price in $ for each basic trooper. Horrible!
That would be Biel-Tan.
..and by the way.. There are things such as '.' and ','. Use them please.
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there are no iyanden players because wraith guard cost Â£7 and the are only range 12Originally posted by Drizzt_GreyKnights_TERMINATOR@Dec 13 2004, 05:18
just a question y are there no Iyanden player i mean there agood arent they how come? And which craftworld is the one where holwing banshees or striking scorpions are troop choices? :ph34r:[snapback]273906[/snapback]
if wraith guard where cheep(er) i woule colect them
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now you might be slitly tempted to look at the website!!
Additionally, the Iyanden are rare because they were largely decimated by Hive Fleet Kraken.
In addition to the significant cost of fielding an Iyanden force of any respectable size, people are turned off by the difficulty of playing the list well. Tactically, it's very inflexible because of the high troop costs. They look at the codex and are initially enticed by the prospect of fielding Wraithlords as troops...then they see what these Wraithlords actually cost and see that Iyanden can field no more Wraithlords than any other Craftworld.
...and you still get called a cheese-monger because people don't like anything you field. :realmad: I mean, I shouldn't have to apologize if I beat an opponent. "Gee, buddy, I'm sorry you got within twelve inches of those Wraithguard. Oh, and that one Starcannon really softened up your poorly composed Iron Warriors. How about next time I spot you an extra 200 points on me just to make it a little fairer?"
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