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I keep seeing reference to these every now and then, but it's not in the codex. :/ Any official information about use of Wraithlords with Harlies?
Oh, and when it comes to Jetbikes, which is preferrable? DE jetbikes or Eldar?
EDIT: And do Harlequins even have Super Heavies?
Last edited by Swordy; January 28th, 2006 at 08:53.
I think its in the EO codex but im not sure.I keep seeing reference to these every now and then, but it's not in the codex. :/ Any official information about use of Wraithlords with Harlies?DE Reaver Jetbikes are so much better then Eldar ones IMHO. DE jetbikes have a better statline, they are less pts, have better special rules, and have better standard and upgraded weapons. The only thing better about Eldar Jetbikes is there save is better.Oh, and when it comes to Jetbikes, which is preferrable? DE jetbikes or Eldar?I don't think so but I could be wrong.EDIT: And do Harlequins even have Super Heavies?
1) The Harlequin "Wraithlord" is called a Spiritwalker. It can be found in, not only the EO version of the codex, but also one of the Citadel Journals.. I forget the exact number, but I believe it may be #44.Originally Posted by Swordy
2) If you consider those journals to be official, then yes. :yes:
3) DE Jetbikes are much better than standard Eldar Jetbikes. They hit harder in CC, have better skill, and can take Blasters... the equivalent of a short-ranged Dark/Bright Lance. The only drawback is their slightly worse save, but they are much better, IMO.
4) I don't think so, no. I don't think they even have any vehicle that could be classified as "heavy".. heck, the only vehicle I know of for them is the Venom.
So, is there a online reference to this I can use when I need to "prove" it's legality? And how is it difference from the regular WLs? I meant in appearance.
Oh, and in regards to the jetbikes? I meant for use in conversion to harle bikes.
Well really, its not legal. You have to always ask your opponent if you can use Harlequins before the game and in most tournies they're not allowed.So, is there a online reference to this I can use when I need to "prove" it's legality?Im not sure; I haven't actually seen a Harlequin Wraithlord. I tried searching google and I found some of these which might help.And how is it difference from the regular WLs? I meant in appearance.
Some of them are small and kind've hard to see but it's all I could find. The last one I think was the best of them all.Conversion wise it'd probally be better to use the Eldar Jetbike to convert with because to me it just seems more "Harlequin" like.Oh, and in regards to the jetbikes? I meant for use in conversion to harle bikes.
Well, I meant legal as in as legal as the actual Harle codex.Originally Posted by IAmAngel
It's not included in the Harlie codex - it's a supplementary in the Citadel Journals, so, you will probably have to check with your opponents first.Originally Posted by Swordy
As for appearance, there is no standard model - most conversions that I've seen make it simply look more acrobatic and less static. Some people use the Harlequin Jetbike plate as a face for it.
And to go with the Harlequin Jetbike conversions, a standard Eldar Jetbike would be best, as they are, technically, riding on Eldar Jetbikes according to the fluff/armoury and such. :yes:
I believe it is legal to take harlies with dark eldar or ulthwe in the Eye of Terror campaign without your opponent's approval, but only in this campaign.
You can take Harlies as Elitie choices for Eldar and Dark Eldar for any mission, as long as stated before, you are allowed to use them.