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Cause i like there offence but the tuffnes 3 maens you will get autokilled easily thats the thing im scared of wat shod i do
First, clean up your post because netspeak is not to be used here. Next learn how to use punctuation instead of lopping everything in one sentenace with no true end.
For what you should do, playtest some lists at home and see what works best for you. Then get your models and play other people.
Take my love, take my land, take me to where I cannot stand; I don't care I'm still free, you can't take the sky from me.
"The difference between gods and daemons largely depends upon where one is standing at the time."- Lorgar
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Simply put: Yes.
Eldar are one of the best army's out there but you have to know what you're doing more then lets say with space marines in order to beat anyone instead of just good opponents.
Eldar can dish out almost as much firepower as tau while having some totat closecombat monsters aswell. Some really tough stuff but mostly it can dish out the pain but just can't take it so you have to find ways to take advantage get minimum losses compared to their's. Luckily eldar are also fast so avoiding nasty situations is wuite doable.
In short, eldar is not for everyone but if it complements you're style of play it is easely one of the most powerfull army's out there.
The Morbidos Fleet will reclaim the Eldar empire. This time there shall be no mercy. Let them choke in their own blood!
There is very little (currently) in the Eldar list that has multiple wounds and T3. Instant death isn't really that much of an issue.
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone
Hmmm there isn't really a bad army out there.....but yeh Eldar are quite good.
The simple aspect system makes them quite easy to use. While defensively they "can" be poor the idea really is to strike before the opponent can strike you. With the extra speed the army has this isn't much of an issue most the time.
Good army for beginners I think that doesn't involve power armour.
Eldar are pretty good.
Warhammer Fantasy: Warriors of Chaos, High Elves
Warhammer 40k: Eldar, Space Marines, Orks
Welcome to Librarium! There is a new Eldar codex coming out in October which should make all units at least a viable choice as well as alot of new models to marvel over. Everyone else pretty much said it all. However, let me just comment, no offense intended, that that was possibly the least grammatically correct sentence I have ever seen, but all the more entertaining because of that. Good luck.
I dont think there is anything actually. Unless you play saim-han and use the wild rider chief. And then only for instant death.There is very little (currently) in the Eldar list that has multiple wounds and T3. Instant death isn't really that much of an issue.
Everyone makes mistakes. mine was to leave her head in the fridge.
Haha, I thought this was more of a moral question.
Is the Eldar race good? To answer that question, first, one must define the framework of the nature of good and evil. Do we use Judeo-Christian definitions or Aristotle's definitions as presented in "Nichomachaean Ethics", even though the Eldar are not human? Do we include the Dark Eldar? Are the Eldar even beyond such concepts as good and evil?
The short answer to your...creatively written...question, however, is: yes. The Eldar are competitive. Given average skill against an average subset of opponents using an average distribution of armies, you'll likely win about half the time. :rofl:
WHFB: Dwarfs || WH40k: Imperial Fists, Necrons || WM/H: Trollbloods || BFG: Necrons
Actually I think the current count of T3 multiple wound Eldar units is 0. Therefore instant death isn't an issue. Period.Originally Posted by Rork