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November 2, 2011 by darrell
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Darrell shows us how to make one unit of your troops that little bit tougher in combat.
simple but important
So you know that you tend to repeat yourself, huh Darrel?
it is important to think about who you remove first from combat. On a side note, the attacking space marines all have to try and get in base contact, so more of the Necrons would’ve actually been engaged and perhaps not pulled off the objective.
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