Re: [Epic] Hello?

From: Dirk Vormann <>
Date: Mon, 19 Jan 1998 10:23:14 +0100 (MEZ)

> is anyone out there?
> Liquid
No, I am not.


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Subject: [Epic] Infiltrators
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When reading through a recent WD , I found that if you put infiltrators into
drop pods you are then allowed to use thier Infiltrate ability to get an
extra move once they are placed!! Up until now we had been only allowing
this extra move if they started on the board. Which is best?

I would also like any suggestions on using Infiltrators. It has been an
unmitigated failure each time I have used them . I play Tyranids with
Lictors at the front a large detachment. When used like this my opponent
either charges them with a smaller detachment or beats them in a firefight.
Once this happens the whole detachment has to retreat even if they where
20cm away and only one Lictor was engaged.
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