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is having 2 wraithguard in a kill team morally wrong i cant find any rules that say you cant but toughness 6 seems a bit cheesy although im considering it just to see the look on my opponents face when his guard get shredded.
the rest of my kill team will be 5 storm guardians and 2 pathfinders
 

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You can have models with high toughness. The unit you mention would still have toughness 3 thanks to the majority toughness rule, so no problem.

Wraithguard are a bit poor in KT I think. They pay points for high toughness that does nothing. Wraith cannons are cool for shooting at carnifexes but not cool at all for shooting at orc sentries.
 

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no if you look at the eldar team they made in the rules they have 2 sniper rifles and you could have a complete pathfinder team if you wanted, and how can a wraith cannon not be good for shooting orc sentries hits on 3 kills on 2 over kill maybe but thats offset by the fact that they have a 1 in six chance of doing nothing
 

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no if you look at the eldar team they made in the rules they have 2 sniper rifles and you could have a complete pathfinder team if you wanted
I know. Their kill team breaks an immutable law: One heavy weapon only. Sniper rifles are heavy one.

I know you are allowed to break the immutable law, but this about as close as anything comes to being illegal in kill team.

So off the top of my head, youd be breaking immutable law once, mutable law for having 2 different unit types in your kill team (plus a few others probably, leading to a mad hard boss brute at the end), and the storm guardians and pathfinders arn't exactly going to work that well together.
 
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