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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-20-08, 06:12 AM Thread Starter
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competitive 40k?

what is percieved as the most competetive force in 5th edition. This is generally speaking. in 4th edition I would have to say triple falcon eldar. But under 5th edition I'm not sure? Not all of the new codexes(?) have comes out yet so I'm talking about the ones that are out at the momment. So under 5th edition what is the most competitive army?
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i would say orks because of their massed force and the ability to have 100 orks for 400 points and thats a total of about 400 attacks in assult
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I'd say orks too. Although every force is even and designed to be competitive and it will be down to tactics most of the time the sheer number of orks with their large amounts of attacks and decent T means they need very good tactics to defeat.... stil it'd be more the player than the actual army... If someone can't use those 100 orks right then they're screwed

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