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Datacash: Dire Foes Narrative (NCA vs. Tunguska)

Discussion in 'Battle Reports' started by OrphanOfToast, Mar 3, 2020.

  1. OrphanOfToast

    OrphanOfToast Heated Bread

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    In the search for more fun and interesting missions, my local warcor and I decided to throw down the new datacash mission in "Narrative Mode" (POINTS FREE dire foes characters!) with my Neoterra vs. his Tunguska.

    Ended in a roller coaster of a game that I'll definitely remember for a long time. Even if you don't have the models I would recommend giving this one a shot because there's quite a bit to do, with a few different ways to score points.

    Battle Report:
    https://diceystrategies.com/f/battle-report---datacash-dire-foes-narrative-mode

    List Analysis:
    https://diceystrategies.com/f/list-analysis---datacash-dire-foes-narrative-mode
     
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  2. Ayadan

    Ayadan Knight of the TAG Order

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    Have you even tried to throw DB once? Those are nice toys, use them. They tend to screw Perseus and every 1W troopers' life really hard.

    And I would advice to use the Bolts really more aggressively. They have FD1, so they can be in good range pretty easily.

    And your table is, to me, too much opened. No wonder Bolts have a hard time. They prefer when there are a lot more stuff on the table so they can get a good use of their close range weaponry.
     
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  3. OrphanOfToast

    OrphanOfToast Heated Bread

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    I appreciate the feedback Ayadan. Still definitely getting used to bolts, doesn't have the bells and whistles of the MI choices I usually run (Bagh Mari, Nisse, Intruders, etc), so the drop bears were definitely a missed opportunity! The table problem was more of a "fun" choice, since the table was mostly raised in the middle. Thankfully it was a casual game, but I could definitely see why the bolts didn't get a chance to shine.
     
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