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I've honeslty seen one get used! Back home though. I don't remember much, I think it's designed to take down Titans, and that's why he took it. And if I rememeber, that's what it did, take down the Titan. I wasn't paying too much attention, I was dumbstruck by seeing some 500 dollars in two models, lol.
That thing is freakin scary. . . . .
"And whoever wants to be a creator in good and evil, must first be an annihilator and break values. Thus the highest evil belongs to the greatest goodness: but this is--being creative."
~ Friedrich Nietzsche ~
It is only good in a game where you are playing against titans. There is no use for it at all in a normal game since it isn't really better than the Monolith other than the stucture points and increased range, but you can almost have two monoliths for that price and they add the ability to teleport around.
It is VERY scary to plonk one in the middle of an enemy lines, and them goin, whats that. The best tactic is to say- "It's immobile. It can't move at all" Then he goes, oh, not that bad then it can't run away. Then he gets in wit his biggest ordnance tank to blow it up and BANG!!! Particle accelarator smashes it to bits. It's excellent for sticking out in front and killing light armoured- armies such as tau, without being destroyed itself, and the particle projector can take out artillery at long range. long range weapons are badly needed in Necrons, as they have some worryingly average-range weapons.
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