Hello all, not so much looking for advise on the list so much as I would like to point a little Grey Knight tactic that can be very brutal. That said C&C always welcome.
Xeno Inquisitor - 64 (rad and psycho grenades, 3 servo skulls)
10 Paladins - 670
1. psycannon, halberd
2. psycannon, MC halberd
3. Psycannon, sword
4. psycannon, MC sword
6. MC halberd
8. warding stave
10. MC hammer
5 Paladins - 315
1. psycannon, halberd
2. psycannon, sword
10 Grey knight strikers - 281 (2 psycannons, psy ammo, rhino with lights)
TOTAL - 1750
I played a game with this and realised a very very nasty trick that you could pull with a list or similar list, albeit a very very circumstance specific tactic. The game I am speaking of was against IG with dawn of war deployment and annihilation as a mission. I won the roll off and deployed first
1. I rolled for draigo's grand strategy and rolled 5, so i could nominate 3 units, I gave the power armoured guys and both units of the paladins the scout special rule.
2. I opted not to split any squads, I deployed Draigo and both units of Paladins along my deployment line in single file (Draigo was not attached to either squad, if he was they would lose scout). If you do it right 10 paladins can stretch across 33 inches (if my maths is right), which covers a huge space and makes it impossible to get more than 2 hits with a pie plate, although this does make movement and removing casualties difficult.
3. With over 1250pts deployed 24 inches up the table I announced that my normal grey knight squad will be outflanking. Unfortunately the vindicare and inquisitor either had to come on from reserve or walk on first turn from my table edge 24 inches from my army, which made them pretty useless, but an acceptable price to pay.
4. My opponent deployed his 2 troops and 1 HQ which was a meager vet squad in a chimera and a company command squad, not really scary when considering I had 15 paladins and draigo on his doorstep. At this point it is important to remember that there is an 18 inch push back in DoW, which effectively means an opponent would only really have 6 inches in which to deploy along most points of his table edge.
5. Next it was time for scout moves, both paladin squads move up 6 inches, we are now 18 inches from the enemy table edge. Opponent fails to seize the initiative.
6. My first turn and the paladins move up again, by now depending on movement you could be 12 from the enemy table edge. Paladins then shoot or run or whatever (by now Draigo is hopefully hidden in a squad or something). The enemy will get 1 turn of shooting in before you break their lines with paladins.
7. My second turn the grey knights outflank right into the enemy thanks to Draigo's psychic communion.
8. The rest of the game was just brutal, it was a win for Draigo with 11 - 1 or something (the IG managed to blow up the rhino)
As I said it's incredibly situational, but when it happens it's scary.
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