So, I initially attributed the lack of flexibility in FC's SoF link team options to the strength of Strategic Deployment. Holding an entire link team in reserve is huge, and not something you want to just sprinkle across an army (we'll just pretend that there aren't other ways to limit that access, or that it shouldn't really affect other SoF's being Wildcards, just Hannibal). Then I read Strategic Deployment, and saw that it doesn't do what Bostria said at all. Don't get me wrong, FD1 is great (FD2, if you take a Bolt), but not great enough to keep Hannibal's other two profiles or even the other SoF's from being Wildcards. Barring the explanation that Bostria just got it wrong, it seems likely that this was the way that rule worked at some point. If so, why not go back and rework the Fireteam composition? It's already been mentioned here on the forums, but when you look at the flexibility in Dahshat, FC comes off as extremely underwhelming. If they're not going to give that flexibility to the unique characters, it would have been nice to have seen it other places (for instance, Wildcard CSU's, or maybe some other "counts as" units). Yes, I know this was a problem/feature we saw with other NA2 armies. I wasn't a fan of it when those rules were released either. However, seeing Dahshat now gives me the sense that the armies were designed in isolation (maybe by different CB employees), or at least at different evolution points in the design process.