Eldar kill team tactics
- Page 1 of 3 - Anhrathe (Eldar Corsairs) in Kill Team - posted in + HOMEGROWN RULES +: I took a little break from expanding the Aeldari kill teams for the Shadow War: Armageddon game and developed rules for the anhrathe (eldar corsairs) in the Kill Team game. As usual, here are the rules (before I pontificate): File has been revised. See this post for current version. Youll notice that these ...
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- The game is going to grow when Kill Team: Commanders comes out. I'm sure they'll add Warlocks or something else to it. And really, Craftworld Eldar are just in dire need of an update to their model range all around. Sadly, it's not happening any time soon, but if we keep telling GW that we want an update, then they should eventually give it to us.
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- 2. Eldar are fast, use it. Always use that veteran move, get to objectives quickly, use your speed. In Arena, at least, killing the enemy doesn't matter, don't get bogged down. Grab objectives and block doors. In vanilla KT, it is a lot more kill oriented, but Eldar are fantastic at that, cheap bodies with good ws/bs. Advancing without penalty is huge.
- With Kill Team games you only have 200 points to spend on a force that will need to hold up to 5 objectives. This includes the 3 objectives placed by the players, plus the two end zones. There are units available in some army lists you could spend all 200 points on a single model, and this would be a legal force.