...complete with my digital headache and topped by my Avatar!
How cool is that?
I didn't get a chance to play my Blood Angels, but I did get a chance to kick the shit out of them. He Who Shall Remain Nameless played them, complete with a Death Company lead by a Reclusiarch and a Sanguinary Guard accompanied by a Sanguinary Priest. I dropped my alpha strike and managed to shake enough of the big guns to make life comfortable in the next turn, then planted my little Daemonic heels in to take a Slaanesh-style pounding.
Frankly, it was disappointing. He utterly dismantled what he charged, but it was no great shakes to leave him out of position, and payback's a bitch. In his defense, we again tested a scenario from the Battle Missions book, and he felt pretty strongly the game would have been much different had he a standard setup.
I also had my first shot at testing my Khornedogs - sorry, I called them that once and it stuck. I was happy with their performance, given they tied the Death Company up for a turn while I set my charge in place.
I leave you with this: He Who Shall Remain Nameless assaulted from a Rhino, so the points saved from Jump Packs he used for Power Weapons. Obviously that was wasted on me, but I'm curious what others think of that unit...
Worth the 370pts?
Later - Brent
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