Linikratyo · March 9, 2018 at 9:29 AM

What would you do if your opponent has better long range fire than you? So they do not want to close in on you.

    Wargamer Fritz · March 9, 2018 at 3:09 PM

    I try to use cover and positioning to make their long range firepower harder to hit/wound me. But naturally they are doing the same.

    The key is target priority- sink all my las cannons into a unit or units that my opponent “needs”, based on the mission we are playing or if it a supporting unit for their army they need. Put pressure on it, and they (usually) send out a unit or two to try and take out at least one land raider- swarm out with the ‘Knights and gobble up those units, run and hide or get back in.

    Sometimes I may and do face overwhelming firepower, just do my best, but there are foils and bad matchups for many armies- the nature of an non balanced game like 40K.

    That said, target priority and creating pressure for your opponent to attack with something is key.

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