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I just started to play Kill-team, and I lost two very close missions as the kill team.
My team is
2 Flayed Ones
The first one I lost to space marines because I was a total moron, and took casualties on my 3 Immortals (so they could not get WB and left my Pariah.
The other one I got the objective and then the Eldar managed to role lucky and kill me before I did what I needed to do.
Necron Brut squads suck, thier I2 makes them bad guards!
Ahh, I have some experience in this game. I like
This gives a nearly impossible to kill team of T5 models. Their range attack is very good and they even have an ok chance of killing three space marines in a turn of shooting. Te two pariahs provide the cc muscle and can act like free cards if your phase out number is getting there. If used right this kill team is unstoppable, as they move and shoot, or devastated the 3+ armor saves up close. The Ld 7 from the pariahs also helps a lot if you get mobbed by eldar (which is what I forgot to tell my opponent before I got home, maybe could have made them all run away)
Another nice one is
This is a kill team that has the best maneuverability possible. With a nice number of high strength attacks, all races that do not have a 3+ armor save will be weeping as you destroy their brute squads at you leisure. Turboboosting can also provide a dent in the plans of your opponent.
For necrons as brute squads, the key is to keep at least two of each squad within 6". Because an opponent only has one squad, and because they can only shoot and assault one of the necron brute teams, you should be able to minimize you losses by gaining klaxon counters and making WBB rolls on the downed necrons. Remember to leave models on the board if they fail their WBB. That way you can still activate your squad from the body. I personally think that if a dead necron WBB's into an active and unknowing squad, that the squad should become active... it makes sense.
I found that for KillTeam, the way to go is maxed out Flayed Ones with Backstabbers. This way, there are no rules broken, and so no penalties: very few points for your opponent to give his boss. You move relatively quickly (generally we play KT with lots of cover), and on the charge you usually have enough attacks at decent srength to kill a grunt squad. Then. unless you're unlucky, no klaxxon for the enemy. Rinse and repeat.
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I normally play this;
So far I'm 1-0 with this team I have great shooting and awsome cc. But this was against eldar
Oh, does it matter what the brutes are armed with? Like with SM and the ability to use many different kinds of weapons?
That first killteam = lots more brute squads.
Try to stay with no more than 2 different choices.
I like this list, I'm 1-0-0 with it;
That's 10 points leftover that necrons can never use, damn.
I just shoot at the brutes, but if I don't kill them in the shooting, and if i'm in range, I assult them and they never have stood a chance yet!
i realize that kill team rules are mutable (even the unmutable rules) but wraiths and their jet bike status are illegal under unmodified rules. while one could change the rules turbo boosting wraiths are just too cheesy and too easy to win with becuase no one can every touch them
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But they are not jet bikes. Necrons have absolutely no jet bikes. All the fast units 'move like jetbikes', but are otherwise considered infantry. Necrons also do not have any normal bikes (lol, 10 warriors on ork bikes).
If somebody really has a beef with turboboosting, then they could make a deal so that turboboosting is not used. I personally think that the flayed ones 'deep strike no matter what' rule is a bit more disruptive.
my fave kill team is 3 wraiths and 1 pariah
i thretend to use that set up agenst an IG player for some reason i never got a reply for some reason :shifty:
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