Madrak 1 mach ein sehr solieden job.
Gegen cryx geht der
Gegen cryx geht der
Nichts geht über einen guten Rotwein ( im Kanister natürlich)
bin mal gespannt wie er sich so macht, persönlich denk ich das er das Cygnar Match bedingt nehmen kann,
Nemo 3 denk ich eher schlecht.
I played Ben, who was a super nice player with a level head and the
right idea about the game. I played Borka2 into his Nemo3 and right away
after deployment he asked to keep the time on his clock to ask some
questions. Borka's got a ton of weird tools, so I did my best to
identify all the potential threat ranges. Turn one I build a wall of
Earthborn/Borka/Earthborn, putting up the Storm Troll animus to make
Borka Lightning immune. I pushed Rok up the right hand side, put Lynus
and Edrea with him, and put the rest of my list in the left zone. Ben's
first turn he unpacked everything putting ARM buffs on both Striders and
running his mechanics unit bunched up behind a forest.
two, I took a bit of a risk with Edrea. She could just get a beed to one
of the mechanics by walking wide, and if I roll a hit I probably kill
them all with blast and deny him a scoring unit in Standoff. I went for
it, she missed, but clipped two of them. Rok tried to stationary a
forward Firefly but failed, I deployed a Whelp on the flag, and feated
with Borka in a very forward position, both Earthborns animus-up and
behind a well, Borka between them, Mulg behind. Ben moved a Firefly to
contest the flag, who Rok counter-charged to get into the zone. Ben
activated Nemo next, expecting to feat, shoot the Firefly, and kill Rok.
Nemo's shot into the Firefly missed because of Stealth -- granted to
models in Borka's control from his feat. This was tech for the matchup
we'd discussed, but it caught Ben a little off guard. He was really
respectful about handling his tilt, but I could tell it affected him.
The rest of the turn was him killing Lynus & Edrea with the Strider,
failing to kill Rok with Dynamo (who walked into 5", then Rok stumbled
closer off his first attack and dropped a Whelp into his melee), and
scoring the flag with Arlan.
Having survived the feat turn, the
rest of the game is a cleanup process. I didn't get Borka killed and
gradually won on scenario. Eventually Rok died, but not before killing
Dynamo and a Firefly. Mulg killed a Stormstrider and most of a
Stormclad. Ben made an incredible effort to stay in the game, but an
Arcane Vortex on the Force Hammer needed to finish Mulg didn't help him.
It's about personal survivability. Nemo typically kills a lot of pieces
between the feat and the level of lightning based attacks he can bring.
Borka's feat is decent against him, but it's true strength lies in a
Nemo can't kill Borka if he's immune to
Lightning. You use the wall of Earthborns (native lightning immunity)
and Borka to deliver Mulg to his army and do work. In the same
situations, Doomshaper has to play scared or spend fury on the lighting
animus he gets minimal work out of. Borka can afford to play a brick
with the more pillowfisted Earthborns, because he does the work of a
heavy personally and brings Rok for the Primal animus.
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