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Los Deimos Final Army List

Ok so I have literally waited until too late to figure out which army of mine I will be playing for Los Deimos, but I came up with a compromise and I'm quite happy with the results.

This is my 'Taros Force', meaning that it is comprised of Tallarn and Elysian Imperial Guard. It is designed to be like the Guard Alliance from the failed attack on the Tau Settlement on Taros (Imperial Armour Volume 3 from Forgeworld).

I would appreciate all comments/concerns/questions/death threats/marriage proposals etc!


Company Command - 3 Plasmaguns, Medic, Astropath, Officer of the Fleet, Plasma Pistol and Power Fist on Commander
Chimera - Multilaser, heavy flamer

Veteran Squad - 3 meltas, 6 shotguns, plasma pistol (on sergeant)
Chimera - Multilaser, heavy flamer

Veteran Squad - 3 meltas, 6 shotguns, plasma pistol (on sergeant)
Chimera - Multilaser, heavy flamer

Veteran Squad - 2 meltas, 1 flamer, 6 shotguns, plasma pistol and power weapon (on sergeant)
Chimera - Multilaser, heavy flamer

Veteran Squad - 2 meltas, 1 flamer, 6 shotguns, plasma pistol and power weapon (on sergeant)
Chimera - Multilaser, heavy flamer

Vendetta - heavy bolter sponsons

Vendetta - heavy bolter sponsons

2 Valkries - heavy bolter sponsons, multiple rocket pods

-1495 points-

Comments

  1. Well, it is definitely a fluffy choice, in that everything is mounted. Valkyries with no troops inside? I think if you simply save the 110 point on 2 chimeras and mount 2 veterans into the valk's, maybe another vet squad to throw into another flyer?

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  2. That is a good option Dennis, it would also save me 1 Kill Point and give me another 'throwaway' unit if I need it.

    Hmmm...

    Or a suicide squad of stormtroopers?

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