Warhammer 40,000 Play Tactica: D.R.A.G.O.N Lesson 3 – Attrition

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Emdee

This is one of the most important parts of playing 40k. It also has the additional benefit of applying some psychology pressure to your opponents. I can not tell you how many times I have killed a prized unit in an opponents army and their strategy just falls apart.

“…give them nothing, but take from them…everything!”

King Leonidas of Sparta
(…in Gerard Butler’s barely disguised Scottish accent)

B-Rad
B-Rad

Hearing the final point, a song of great wisdom began playing in my head…”you got to know when to hold them, know when to fold them, know when to walk away, know when to run.” Never count your VP when youre shooting in the phase, there’ll be time enough for countin’ when the moral is done.

Aztek
Aztek

I found the discussion of “trap” units in the game with Chef really interesting! Any chance you could explain how they fit into SACRED or DRAGON in one these videos? It sounds like a really interesting part of list building Tactica if you can identify what in your Codex is a trap. Thanks guys! Great video!

Magnus
Magnus

I used to follow the C.A.R.P tactics, but now I have evolved into following D.R.A.G.O.N

Joel Roth
Joel Roth

Lawrence, I luv this series, but Bone looks like hes on that Aussie beach, sipping their foul brew…..as Tauists are want to do………..

Martijn Poot
Martijn Poot

I’d love to have some more information regarding gaining superiority in one of the AIM categories. How do I identify which of the categories need to be dealed with first? Let’s say both me and my opponent have amazing lists, units with good duality and redundancy, active in lots of phases, roughly a third of the army for every category. Will it be a coin-flip or are there some tactics in this as well? Or do you wittle away in every category to make sure your guns are shooting at what is the most optimal for them, and see which… Read more »