[NetEpic ML] Re: Chaos and Drop Pods

From: Justin Ho <jhh14_at_...>
Date: Sun, 11 Apr 1999 18:46:01 -0400

At 09:22 PM 4/11/99 +0000, you wrote:
> I think drop pods are evil because I lost alots of tanks and troops
having the pods fall on me.If you are playing a no shooters such as my
present Chaos army it cold be problems.
>Chaos and cards: I know chaos is tough army to beat with the cards.But
their are alot of things that can kill the Daemons outright(no cards you
can use).Such as Avatars , Librarians and others.Also chaos has had alot of
things taken away from old rules to new rules.When I bring my chaos army to
battle it is so small compared to the other armies.The enemy has to use its
numbers in hand to hand to rule chaos out of cards.
>Question can greater daemons enter buildings?
>When bloodletters lose in hand to hand combat do they still get to
>Also when pink horrors get killed in hand to hand combat do they duplicate?

  Yes to all three.

>Death strike missle are the bane of Chaos.I think you should have a chance
to shoot them down with other stuff.People hide them and let the missles go
and takes a act of god to shoot them down.I think the cost should be "more"
for warp missles.They are definately under cost.
>Question say a tyranid dominatrix hit by a warp missle does it lose all
its wounds and also if it takes the wounds can it regenerate?

  Warp missile is non-physical attack. The Dominatrix would get to use its
psychic save but it cannot regenerate from the missile.

>I like the rule we came up for free cards they are worth double victory

   8 vp for an Avatar!? That's like a Titan! It's already 4 and to tell
the truth, he dies pretty fast once you start throwing large numbers of
shots, even with 0 save mods. Sure he gets 2+ against everything, but
don't waste the special stuff on him. I've never seen him do much myself.
Take out a tank or a squad here and there before being shot down. Anyone
else experience this?


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