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a haemonculi on a skyboard, with a destructor and haywire grenades comes out to about 59 points...
two or even three of these would not only make their points back but look cool while doin it.
able to take out masses of troops and/or the odd tank, they can either save the day or be a smalll waste of points.
Spend a few more points on scissorhand if you're going to field that Haemonculi anyway.
Its not that many points for what you get I think.
At least then when you get stuck in hth (as you surely would when using short ranged gear like a destructor and haywire grenades) you could dish out some wounds back.
Last edited by Grey; March 31st, 2006 at 01:39.
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Destructors are downright scary when they're given to a model that moves 12" a turn.
Yeaup, they certainly are... I've done this once or twice. However, my Haemie goes on a Jetbike. I never really thought about the skyboard, since T5 is so cool for DE, but has anyone else tried eithe or both? Now that I think about it, the Skyboard guy might be a much better deal. The S4 on the Haemie is wasted, after all (unless you're assaulting AV10 tanks).
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