Here’s a review of the new book. First off, unfortunately, they’re sold out. Le bummer. But, I would bet they make more eventually as they tend to. Craftworld Iyanden is one of the major Eldar Craftworlds. As a result of their codex supplement and the fact they are the most underused of. Find great deals for Iyanden a Codex Eldar Supplement Shop with confidence on eBay!.
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Email notifications for threads you want to watch closely. Being a part of the oldest wargaming community on the net. If you are already a member then feel free to login now. Utilizing the rules from the Iyanden supplement: I think the army covers all requirements, as it has resilient, mobile scoring units and the plethora supplemrnt wraithcannons should be able to take out anything they focus on.
For enemy fliers, a lucky Spirit Marked wraithcannon hit, or some twin-linked serpent shield hits should be able to do enough at this points level. It should also be difficult to get victory points from First Blood or Slay the Warlord.
It’s a good points level to start a Wraith army without burning too big of a hole in the wallet, and am iyanven it for an escalation league. I like the models, and want to keep with the theme, so am looking for ideas on upgrades and the like.
Also, the league doesn’t allow allies, so it makes things a bit simpler.
There are 3 things I want in a guy: Tall, Handsome, and plays Dark Eldar! Well, that gets that obligatory response out of the way early, thanks! You got the speed there the foot wraith lists lack, but at the cost of bodies. Which doesn’t iyanren too much I iyandeh. I think it will be a nice way to ease back into the game with some great new models after a hiatus since mid-5th edition. The benefits of the Iyanden rules really seem to favor wraiths in serpents rather than on foot.
It shouldn’t be too difficult to gauge distances properly and disembark from iyaanden serpent, then run and hit an enemy unit with the wraithcannons. Due to its resiliency, it will hopefully also allow me to make a few mistakes as I grasp the new rules.
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What upgrades do you think should be taken with the remaining points? The Gifts of Asuryan for the Spiritseers? Suncannon and Scattershield on the Wraithknight? I’m more of a fan of the barebones knight, those two shots from the hwc sound good enough to me to start with.
I’ve not seen the supplement at all yet so not too sure on the rest. Sort of glanced over most of the Eldar codex and jumped right to the supplemeht so far. Oh the D-Scythes also seem like a decent upgrade to the Wraiths and I figure if you’re rushing them up in serpents, those templates could help push people off of objectives.
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