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the datasheet, or elsewhere in the dataslate itself. . even possible to deduce whether Cypher is for or against the Imperium, an ally or enemy to those who. Cypher has arrived along with the Fallen Dataslate. I've listed the full rules here. Solid statline (BS10), okay price and some good abilities there. Cypher is a pretty impressive Independent Character who Games With the Dataslate from Digital Editions, nearly everyone can now field this.
An infiltrating scoring unit with shrouded thanks to Cypher and lots of plasma guns with re-rollable 1s seems pretty solid. Needless to say, this is pretty cool. The smug Dark Angels then proceed to fly back home, thinking mission accomplished until they arrive and find the cell containing Cypher to be empty. Cypher somehow shows up again later at the close of the 41st Millennium, presumably either traveling back forward through time or by waiting 10, years which considering what we already know is actually quite plausible. Master Remiel and Sar Daviel, two esteemed members of The Order, claimed that Cypher was formerly a member of the rival monastic order known as the Knights of Lupus. This time, he shows up on Macragge , at around the same time Roboute Guilliman is miraculously resurrected.
Shane, DW or myself could use Cypher in our armies against Jack, which is pretty cool. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email.
Not sure if these are worth a tenner, but these are the highlights of the new Cypher rules the Black Library released this week, from a user on Something Awful: Share this: Twitter Facebook. Chris Cook. Warhammer 40k 'Leaked' 6th Ed.
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Jutta Pflueg. Uh, Ish, that's the entire point; that you don't already have the models, and now you and Sororitas players, and all non-codex Marines players have a reason to go and buy them. GW wasn't exactly going for subtle when they decided to make useful formation special rules for the big expensive box sets they had already put together.
Games Workshop's marketing savvy cannot hold a candle to the epic cheapsake-ness of my soul. Is GW's desire for your money and your desire not to give them your money the ultimate confrontation between an immovable object and an unstoppable force? All Space Marine chapters should use the DA-standard modifications to access points in order to allow for the possibility of occasionally allying with Dark Angels.
I think Chaos Daemons could do something with this formation — put pressure with infiltrators turn 1 and make them choose between them and then be able to push FMC's too or the screamerstar — making it tough to pick targets. Meh, if you are gonna be silly with his points, just put him in charge of the macro cannon and essentially get two non-scattering d blasts.
Given his Leadership and other special rules, this might not be as useless as it sounds if your army's battleplan revolves around maintaining a mostly static position behind an Aegis Defense Line anyway. Azrael and a "Guard blob" is a pretty popular build already, and Cypher is a good bit cheaper on points. One list I've been thinking about is as follows: Cypher gives -1 Ld to your Warlord, so generally you want to avoid Psyker Warlords with him. And, one problem with a Last Memory Sorceror is that his unit Bikes, Spawn, or Rhinos will attract a lot of attention, and can get tarpitted so he can't use the Last Memory.
It can now charge straight at the opponent with 20 T6 wounds, Shrouded, and Invisible. Either version seems pretty strong, though, for a CSM list that's not depending on Dragons. Invisibility seems kind of redundant on a Unit that's already got Shrouded.
It's actually completely irrelevant whether the target unit has Shrouded or not, because they affect different parts of the "to kill a model" sequence. The real questions are: Is the unit already tough enough that Invisibility is overkill like on a Screamerstar with all the buffs up , and if not, is the unit threatening enough to be the main opponent target?
I mean, you don't want to put up a defensive buff on unit A, just to have your opponent shrug and say "I was planning to shoot at B and C, first".
So while it's not a meat grinder, it'll do damage in assault. Your opponent pretty much has to dump a lot of fire into it, and he will… the rest of your threats are either Flying, AV13, or out of range. So, given that it's the one unit in the list that's a major threat Be'lakor and the Grinder are not nearly as threatening , it should face pretty much every gun that doesn't have Skyfire. Now, given that, I'd rather put a buff on the unit that will take all of the aggro, than buff another unit and have the opponent just ignore it while shooting the Spawn.
Think of it like an MMO… if you have a single-target buff and a Tanker who will take aggro most of enemy attacks , it makes most sense to put the buff on the Tanker as it will save more damage than adding it to another party member who won't draw as many attacks. The thing is, all Invisibility adds against Shooting is Stealth. I would say the buff from invis is that it causes enemy units to strike at ws1 in cc. In which case, it absolutely does help.
Getting stealth as well, while not necessary, isnt a bad deal. Yeah, but his whole post is about protecting them from shooting.
Burning 2WC for Stealth seems kind of overkill. True, I didn't clarify that I see Be'lakor as a really useful unit in general.
I certainly wouldn't take him just to put Stealth so that the unit can go directly at the enemy, it's also for the CC bonus, his Puppet Master against some units, his ability to match in CC against some units that would insta-kill your Sorceror, etc. Now, it's not worth pts, which is the real question… do I value Bel enough to take him in the list, or not?
The invisibility is part of the decision, but it's certainly not the main part, not at a pt price tag. But what are the chances you'd end up facing multiple Heldrakes or Valkyries?
How about this Cypher Reclusiarch 30 dc, 2 fists, 2 hammers 3x 5 assault marines, meltagun, drop pod 2 stormravens. People do take valks, and they've risen in popularity since C: I can take them as dedicated transports. Also, I'm not sure you're familiar with how much dakka they can put out, especially if they're prescienced.
Once again, you're dumping almost half of your points into non-scoring Death Company. Fifteen Assault Marines are tougher to kill than fifteen Scouts, true enough, but its still just fifteen wounds in your entire army list that the opponent needs to kill in order to ensure you have no means of winning the game short of tabling him.
I don't know anything about SoB, but all the other dexes have better alternatives. Cypher joined to an army of Adepta Sororitas would make for great "narrative forging" in a game against the Grey Knights. We have a few questions? A one unit army though! Um, question about cypher's rule. It is said that he can take up to chosen marines, than how much the chosen cost? More Tyranid Rumors. Notify of.
Vote Up 0 Vote Down. December 26, 2: December 27, 5: That's not what Shrike's rule says, though. His rule is exclusionary, not an allowance. December 28, 7: You mean the one that states, "Units can be deployed in Transport vehicles if you wish — simply declare to your opponent which units are embarked where as part of your deployment. ALSO prevent you being deployed in a transport you can only do that if you have joined the unit, which you haven't yet so take your silly idea and go away.