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Competitive Quickie: 40K Battle Report Eldar Vs. GSC (post PA)

So once again due to time restraints I’m forced to do a very brief batrep. So brief in fact, I won’t have the full lists, but don’t worry there should be enough here to piece together a sound battle report, with pictures. This takes place well past both armies receiving their respective Psychic Awakening treatments and we are both trying

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Thousand Sons Competitive Battle Report: Psychic Awakening of the Cults

Greetings friends of Prospero. AKA, those who do nothing wrong. The question is, can we do anything right? The following is a quick recap of a fairly competitive game. I do not know my opponent’s list before hand and we are playing CA2019 Maelstrom which has been a lot of fun since the update. I (and my opponent actually) are

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Eldar Craftworlds: Do Wraith Units Work? 10 Game Competitive Summary over the Christmas Break.

Well this little piece comes as a reminder, to myself as much as anyone, how my Eldar seem to function from the point of view of getting Wraith units to work. The core of the list is loosely the following: 2, and then 1 squad of Wraiths (now on foot, x10 with Axe and Shield). 3 Vibro Cannons. (Cheap and

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A Prot Quick n’ Dirty Battle Report: Ultramarines vs. Death Guard 2000 Pts.

Old School versus New School So far the Ultramarines have had a tremendous amount of success since the codex came out. That being said I’ve had very little chance to play some of my more unfavourable matchups: Tau, Eldar, Dark Eldar, etc. On the other hand a lot of wins have come from tough match ups like Necrons (anti infantry),

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Ultramarines Quickie Battle Report: New Space Marines Codex for 8th edition

This is just going to be a brief overview using a list I more or less feel is pretty accurate. As I write this I don’t have the new codex in my hands but I’ve played a few games with the new rules and the Ultramarines in particular. It’s funny how the rules overall seem really decent, but there’s no

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