Warhammer 40k Battle Report: Harlequins vs. Space Marines

Reece and Frankie are facing off, Harlequins vs Space Marines. A lot of new things are introduced in the video to help you understand the game, let us know what you liked.

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4 Responses to “Warhammer 40k Battle Report: Harlequins vs. Space Marines”

  1. Colin Sherlow September 11, 2017 9:02 pm #

    Nìce report! I really enjoy the short form battle reports. It is much easier for me to commit 20-30min of time. But I also love the longer reports. I just don’t tend to have enough free time to watch them. Boooooo!

    I do like the images where you show units that take damage. That was pretty cool.

    I like that you guys are talking during the video to give your thoughts during the turn. But I find that having you show off your bods is distracting and that makes it harder to fallow the actual game play.

    I think the over head camera is cool, but it can be hard to see where everything is on the board since everything seems so small. Not sure how I would fix that though.

    Keep up the good work fair maiden

  2. Colin Sherlow September 11, 2017 9:04 pm #

    Edit: But I find that having you show off your HOT bods is distracting and that makes it harder….harder to watch the video

  3. Alex September 13, 2017 2:03 am #

    I am not entirely sure about the positioning, to be honest. Ideally you’re spread out so far that you don’t get charged and eliminated all over but can move some units into double-tap range and take revenge. I find that somewhat concentrated armies usually win against entirely spread-out armies in 8th.

    Also, while being kinda suicidal, i think dropping the hammer somewhat centrally is crucial against highly mobile armies. Marines still want to dominate midfield.

    But, yeah, highly mobile armies are a bit of a counter to marine drop lists.

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