Dark Eldar Kabalite Raiding Party

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    Sizzly

    I play Warhammer 40K. I'm a Dark Eldar Snob. I made this site.

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Dark Eldar will always be rubbish in kill point missions. Could you drop the hellions for another ravager? Also I'm not sure about the wrack formation: I feel like you could replace them with a stronger assault unit (though I don't recall what the formation does, so it might be worth it). 

In in my league game against DE, reavers were used to great effect. I recommend trying them with the new codex. 

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Am still worried about your anti tank arms. Agansit infantry and hordes list I think this would be a solid list but am just noticing less anti tank then what you ussualy run just curious what your ideas to engage agansit knight or other heavy armour threats?

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General Soban

 

The formation I chose, "Kabalite Raiding" party gives me an additional command benefit:  Architect of Agony.  The bonus is the Power from Pain is treated as one turn higher.  Neat.  The draw back?  Hellion Tax.  The force organization is pretty well fixed at 1 Archon.  1 Court.  1 Incubi. 1 Ravager.  6 Kabalite Warriors. 1 Scourge. 1 Hellion.  All of 'em have to be in transports if they can be.  So that's the restriction to grab the Architect of Agony.  I could also use this list as a base for the "Real Space Raiders Detachment" if I want more flexibility.

Yeah, the anti-tank isn't great.  I might rearrange some of the special weapons to ensure the maximum number of blasters and dark lances.

Lastly, the Wrack formation:  Grants d3 victory points on First Blood and can deep strike on turn one.  They're there to remove any rear action things like devastators, thunderfire guns, snipers, etc.

Right, I remember you telling me now. Okay, that does sound worth it.

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We shall see...  I'm missing a fair few transports and some Kabalite Warriors and Wracks to make this list work but...  It'll be fun to drop it on the table.  heh heh heh.