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They should seriously make suits immune to all on your own tests, it's stupid.
They could even bill it as an upgrade, and in suit AI to keep you company, tell you it's all going to be ok, and hold you cravenly hand.
Seriously, you're in a 12 foot tall power suit, with guns bigger than a god's privates. Gorw a pair to match already!
It would not get a -1 rule. 2 man teams can never be under 50% strength.
i'm a complete newb to this game but was wondering if you could just take 1 XV suit w/out having to take last man standing test?
since i'm low on model count and only have 1 broadside, could I take him w/out worrying about the last man standing?
ok cool man, thanks.
I would think that 2 man teams would be the most effective as in model count and stuff. First, while monat suits do not have to take any leadership checks and what not, they have limited shots meaning that they do less damage. Also, since there single models, they would be decimated in CC and they wouldn't have much support if they were getting assaulted (now I know crises teams are never supposed to get assaulted but it could happen). Now im not saying that monat teams are bad but those are just some minor disadvantages that can happen with regular shas'ui teams. Commanders should always be monat.
3 man teams have many shots and can do the most damage but are hard to hide and if one of their models is killed, you have to take a morale check. If 2 die, last man standing checks at -1 Ld and no regrouping.. Im pretty much saying that three man teams have huge disadvantages that make them very bad.
2 man teams have good shot output and if one dies, Ld checks at not -1. Also, the model will be able to regroup because it is not under half strength.
Lost Nemesis I believe it is model count, not wound count. Wound count is just for CC I think.