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Ok, I like the idea of a static tau army. With a battle line of fire warriors screened by Human Auxilliaries, and broadsides behind the firewarriors. But i have this aching feeling in my stomach that H.A.'s are a 0-1 choice and i can't find if they are or not, if theyre troops or elites etc. etc. Can someone please fill me in? TY. Also, what do you think of this set up in general as a tactic for a static army? TY.
Human Auxilliarie (Gue'vesa) Team takes one Troops choice on the Force Organisation chart.
They are not 0-1 as I see it.
So, do they work well as a shield for firewarriors and broadsides? will that set up work for a static army? do static armies work at all, i realize that this subverts tau's greatest strength in mobile firepower but i like the idea of the static tau. any tactics suggestions?
A great tactic with human auxilliaries is to give them EMP grenades, and charge after a tank. the enemy wont know what hit them!
Trust me, that only works the first time.Originally Posted by Dracon Chax
Um, I play static Tau and I have alot of trouble winning. Then again, I use hammerheads instead of Broadsides.
There once was a Lord named Vlad,
Who's fighting skillz really were mad.
He killed and he maimed,
He spilled blood in Khorne's name.
And the fact that he's legal makes me glad
(special thanks to Uriel Zarium for the last line/touching it up)
I might work, but you will have trouble, i used to play tau and i had to get many forge world models for that to work.