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Should they get tagged in melee though…. Lastly, this dude repairs Robots as well. I would use him either to cheaply fill Elite slots in a Brigade, or with punchy Robots to run up with them and keep them functioning at full effect! Cheap character in the elite slot to help unlock detachments. Decent offense. Good defense.
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Compliments Robots well. Sicarian Reuststalkers : Are a unit in an interesting place. Their real drawback is delivery. However, now with the Lucius and Stygies Forge World Dogmas, you can get them into position to get busy in combat right away. If you want to use them in a different Forge World, I would play them as a free safety unit.
What that means is that you hold them back a bit and wait to see the game develop, then send them where needed to press an attack or shore up a faltering line.
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In that role, for a reasonable cost you get a quick unit to respond to danger that can damage any target. Reasonably priced melee unit that deals mortal wounds.
Fairly fast. A bit squishy, lacks solid delivery method without using the Lucius or Stygies Forge World traits. In 8th ed, any unit that can keep itself off of the board without eating up other resources is instantly good.
You can mix and match these weapon sets on a model by model basis as well, which is always awesome. A full unit of 10 then, would average about 30 strength 6 hits! When lead by 50 strength 3 shots form their guns which is a also a great candidate for the Wrath of Mars stratagem , this unit is a street-sweeper supreme.
They will plow through screens like nothing. As they deep strike naturally, you can look at other Forge World traits for a unit using Infiltrators such as Ryza for native rerolls of 1 to wound.
This is an all around great unit and one that makes excellent use of the various stratagems available to you. Their only real downside is low leadership which comes in to play frequently as you want to take a full sized unit of them to maximize the impact of the stratagems, so you will want to find ways to mitigate that or hold some command points in your pocket to keep them in the fight.
Reasonably costed unit that excels in clearing out light to medium infantry. Comes with their own delivery mechanism built in. Makes great use of stratagems and work well in a variety of Forge Worlds. Fulgurite Electro-Priests : This is a unit that can be potentially devastatingly powerful, or get mowed down mercilessly before doing a thing!
The other part of this equation is that if they destroy a unit in melee which they do quite easily! So, your opponent has every incentive to nuke these guys at the first opportunity. This means if you use them, you need to have a delivery method or keep them in small units and run them in a counter-assault roll which they are quite good at.
Essentially an assured first turn charge from these gents nukes damn near anything and if their target is somehow still standing after one round of combat, burn 3CP to activate Zealous Congregation and have them attack twice!
This means you should kill anything you hit and then power up the survivors of the melee into a truly fearsome unit that both hits hard as is incredibly durable.
This is a bit of an all or nothing play though, as if you go second it is hard to hide a unit of 20 models on 32mm bases and they will get blasted as target priority 1. Defensively, I like Ryza or Graia for them best as these boost their offense and defense respectively and help them in their counter-assault role. Fragile but affordable melee unit that hits like a truck and can power up to Super Saiyan mode. Requires forethought as to their role in the army and if played offensively, require a delivery mechanism.
Played offensively, they are Command Point hogs but potentially devastating.
Previously, these gents struggled as bit due to their short range and squishy nature. However, now with Lucius and Stygies seeing a trend, here?
Very good, actually. While none of the stratagems benefit these guys in shooting, at their price point of 14 points per model that is no big deal as you get a lot of bang for the buck.
In melee, they have the same stats as in shooting but only 2 attacks. If you can get them in position to take advantage of it, they are also blisteringly powerful with the Wrath of Mars stratagem dealing buckets of mortal wounds, but that is going to be difficult to do against a savvy opponent.
Affordably priced dakka unit that throws out buckets of dice. Needs a delivery mechanism to be played aggressively, Lucius Forge World being the best for one giant unit, Stygies next best for MSU play. Relatively cheap and effective unit unit for filling out detachments that do not require much support. Fast Attack: Sydonian Dragoons : Beyond being awesome due to resembling Muppet knights from the movie Labyrinth, Sydonian Dragoons are truly a fantastic unit in 8th ed 40k.
At 3 attacks per model, that is some serious potential hurt. A unit of these guys will shred most things it touches but, you can also run them solo quite well where they run around picking up objectives and hunting support units.
They also fill up fast attack slots affordably to unlock that juicy Brigade detachment and as they are vehicles, can be repaired by the numerous Tech-Priest characters in AdMech armies.
An all around solid unit. Affordable and effective melee unit.
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Fast and with solid natural defense, pairs very well with Stygies and Ryza Forge Worlds. Works great solo to fill up Fast Attack slots, or can be run as a large unit with stratagem support to really bring the pain in melee.
Ironstrider Ballistarii : Built on the same basic chassis as the Dragoon without the -1 to hit, but geared for shooting rather than melee. And let me tell you, these boys are good at their job! These are the same as the standard version of the weapon but can advance and still shoot at a -2 to hit. So, you can haul butt and advance rolling 2d6 taking the highest with their Dunestrider stratagem if needs be and then shoot with not a lot of a penalty.
Naturally, giving them rerolls of 1 to hit will make them nearly perfectly accurate.
Yeah, not bad! They pair very well with the Stygies Forge World as they want to hang back at range and shoot and the -1 to hit is great for them. Mars also works well as the Wrath of Mars stratagem on a full unit with Autocannons will be devastatingly potent.
You can run these gents solo to fill Fast Attack slots as with Dragoons, or take a big unit and make full use of those awesome stratagems, putting out blistering firepower at a reasonable price one a fairly durable chassis. These are sure to be a very popular unit. Reasonably priced and versatile gunboat.
Can be taken solo to fill out detachment slots or in large units to pour on the pain with stratagem support. Works particularly well in a Mars or Stygies force. Heavy Support: Kastelan Robots : This unit is a powerhouse, potentially delivering utterly devastating firepower with combos available to them but requiring a great deal of support and a large points investment to do so.
I am of course, talking about the uber combo of a full unit of 6 Robots with maxed Heavy Phosphor Blasters supported by Cawl and a unit of Destroyers, taking advantage of the Wrath of Mars and Elimination Volley stratagems. That is bonkers damage output, and few things in the game can take that and survive. This is further exacerbated by the fact that each Robot can send his 18 shots downrange at a separate target! Now, thankfully, when the Robots kick in their Protector Protocols it doubles their shots, no longer letting them shoot twice.
This is a subtle but important distinction as they are not as efficient as they were. That all fits snugly in a patrol detachment, too, but you have to farm up a lot of command points in order to make this work, at least Also, the Robots cannot go full speed on this until turn 2, and they cannot move if they use it.
And that is the other side of it: they are very vulnerable to getting shut down in the shooting phase through melee. Alternatively, you can run them in smaller units and not worry about all of that!
Or, gear them up for melee where they are also very good, and with their Conqueror Protocols engaged, like Berzerkers, they can attack twice which is amazingly useful. In all, this is a solid all around unit that can be kitted up for maximum carnage or kept relatively bare bones and still very useful. This also helps combat smite spam, obviously, as well.
Pricey unit but effective in either combat or shooting. Can become truly devastatingly powerful but to do so requires a massive investment of points and CPs. Can be be run cheaply if needs be, and they remain an effective unit. Onagaer Dunecrawler : The Onager Dunecrawler is a solid vehicle that gives you a lot to love.
Not at all bad and the entire unit comes in at a very reasonable pts. That is solid firepower for a very reasonable price point. As a plus, the unit requires very little support to function efficiently. As they will often be back near a Dominus or Cawl who will not only buff them with rerolls to hit they can also conveniently repair them, too. Moderately priced firepower on a tough platform. Variety of weapon options to fill different roles in an army. Pairs well with Stygies for -1 to hit.
They are not AdMech keyword units per se, but they can be repaired in a limited sense typically 1 wound by the Tech-Priest Enginseer. Might as well load up on firepower! They do not benefit from Canticles usually! Machine Spirit Resurgent is awesome for these guys as it lets them use their full strength stat line, even if they took a beating from enemy firepower.
Rerolls of 1 to hit, or counting as being in cover are awesome for a Knight! Not bad! In all, Knights have a lot to love being in an AdMech army. Expensive but powerful units. Gain many benefits being in an AdMech army with character and stratagem support. This is great for AdMech as you often keep your Warlord way in the back and near lots of vehicles!
Also, it lets an Enginseer repair a Knight for 2 wounds a pop, which is great. This could be very good when combined with units like Electro-Priests, Ruststalkers or Infiltrators. Great when it works! Awesome ability to keep your Warlord alive and in a Forge World that will be very popular. Reinforced Exoskeleton: Agripinaa Warlords can reduce damage they take by 1 to a minimum of 1. Codexes for particular armies were introduced for the second edition of the game. The third edition rendered these obsolete, and a new series began, including introducing codexes for battlezones and campaigns.
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The most aged of the Adeptus Mechanicus are many, many centuries old, kept alive by horrifically produced rejuvenat elixirs which nourish the few parts of mortal flesh left on their bodies, although the wealth of knowledge and experience crammed into their brains often divorces them entirely from the realities of life.
The Adeptus Mechanicus are forced to employ radical measures in order to survive the ensuing purges. Combined with the Necromechanic Warlord Trait, he can be very efficient at keeping units in the fight. Indentured serfs go about their labour like worker ants in a planet-sized hive. And there you have it!