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Discussion in 'Combined Army' started by Yipikayey, Jul 24, 2019.

  1. Yipikayey

    Yipikayey New Member

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    Help me out. I am a returning player who is about to get some miniatures. I had the OSS completely set in stone as the sectorial i wanted.

    But then i looked at the shasvastii models and i am impregnated. Or something. Please help me out to get the dirty alien out of me.
     
  2. Fathoym

    Fathoym Well-Known Member
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    I think you've come to the wrong place haha.

    Both sectorials are very strong at the moment, but for very different reasons. You've gotta work out whether you'd prefer aesthetics or a particular play style.
     
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  3. Sabin76

    Sabin76 Well-Known Member

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  4. Stiopa

    Stiopa Trust The Fuckhead
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    Well, Shasvastii can pull some of the nastiest, most sneaky tricks in the game, but on the flipside they're very strong in direct firefights, too :stuck_out_tongue:

    My collection includes both OSS and SEF, and both are a blast to play. It's slightly easier to fit all the toys you want into an OSS list than into SEF one, and Lhosts can take a punch better than Shasvastii, so OSS is more forgiving and it's less likely for the battle plan to fall apart due to an unlucky crit. SEF is a glass chainsaw and most units goes down easily, but that feeling when you have their tricks figured out...