Let's look at a good example of tank shock, probably the most underutilized tool in current 40K. I was playing Evil Homer, my nemesis and sometime-cohort-in-crime, Daemons Vs Guard (and the Video Battle Report is out this week!) and I'd Stunned his Banewolves - they could move but couldn't shoot, if I've mixed up the terminology again - so here's what he did.
He Tank-Shocked the unit into a nice little grouping, setting them up for multiple Manticore and template shots. Note how his line took away my choice; he wanted me further away from my left flank, so hit me with the tank you see to the right. As I had to move out of the way in the shortest distance, he grouped me and controlled the direction to which I could legally move.
Now, I'm new to Tank Shock, in that I've never really started using it. I sent a letter to Fritz and his reply got me thinking. So, help me out folks -
What's your Tank Shock strategy or story?
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