This is the first appearance of the new Eldar. Lets see what this codex has to offer Vs. the number one ITC player. Check out the Tactics Corner for more great video bat reps!
Posted on June 26, 2015
in 40K, Battle Report, Video Battle Report
Tags: 40K eldar Space Marines video bat rep
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Does Julio have pictures of any of his Howling Griffons posted anywhere?
I’ll get some pics for you soon. My Griffons are in storage right now.
As always great video and commentary. Two things:
A) seer council is min 2 farseers and 5 locks, not four
B) is Iyanden still ITC cannon?
This video was from our first play through of the ELdar book, we made a few mistakes. And, no, GW said Iyanden is no good, anymore, unfortunately.
Did GW put out an FaQ or an Errata?
So, in the past when a supplement’s references were ‘broken’ (‘Codex: Eldar’ is now ‘Codex: Craftworld Eldar’), were allowances made?
The Relics aren’t suddenly overpowered, nor are the Warlord Traits. While being able to make a Gargantuan Creature both Character and Warlord is OP, Imperial Knights set that precedent a long time ago.
The only issue (but not, I think, a major issue) would be taking the Wraith Host formation and an Iyanden CAD. True the Spirit Seer from the CAD makes all Wraith Guard Troops, but the units from the formation do not have Objective Secured. Newer Codex v. Older Codex, the Wraith Guard from the formation would not ‘gain’ Objective Secured, even if they became (nominally) ‘Troops’. Yes?
I think a bunch of people got all verclempt over Eldar, with the power level of SM and the fact they get to keep their Suppliments, Iyanden should be good. Shit I only bought the thing a few years ago. If te ITC removed all Suppliments, I could go that way too.
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