Initially I heard some negative feedback on the Kiiutan and Greif as being sub-standard impersonators. While it does say “inferior” right there in the profile, I’d like to push back on that idea a bit, and talk about how I’ve been using them to good effect. Three points (still a Tohaa): 1. Deploy them like a superior infiltrator you don’t need to roll for. I’m usually placing them prone, up high on a position that will let them look either into the enemy deployment zone or the midfield when they stand up, preferably both. This leaves your opponent with an uncomfortable choice: spend orders to root them out or watch over their shoulders until you activate them. Speaking of… 2. Don’t use them turn one at all. Your impersonator is doing their job just by being close to the enemy and alive. You’d rather your opponent spend orders working around him or removing him. This also let's you save your orders for more important things. If you go second, chances are your opponent will set up some AROs or tricks to deal with your impersonator if you attack with him anyway. In later turns, that network of AROs will inevitably fail and your impersonator can go to work unhindered. 3. When you do reveal and win that surprise shot, don’t go ham. It’s tempting to start cleaning house like you would with a Rasail or Igao, but remember that even the two-wound Kiiutan isn’t terribly survivable compared to even, say, a clipsos. Keep playing the area control game. My usual method is a two-order sequence that involves Order 1: reveal and shoot, Order 2: hide/Suppressive, then I go use another unit. Remember, if you can get your opponent to spend 4 or five of their turn one orders to deal with a ~20-30 point model just outside their deployment zone, you’re probably ahead.