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Reverend Healer (?)

Discussion in 'Nomads' started by MAlgol, Jan 31, 2018.

  1. Rubberpiggy

    Rubberpiggy Well-Known Member

    Jan 17, 2018
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    I think that they’d get away with bs 12 in regard to that piece of lore.
  2. loricus

    loricus Satellite Druid

    Nov 24, 2017
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    How much are we assuming BS 13 costs?
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  3. Solar

    Solar Well-Known Member

    Dec 4, 2017
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    Couple of points probably.

    Also Healers are a more specialist force in the Observance, which means superior training and skills. But they're support so they get Mimetism rather than ODD.
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  4. WiseKensai

    WiseKensai Rogue Interventor

    Nov 23, 2017
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    The profile looks expensive and bloated on paper (the MULTI profile costs almost as much as a MB HMG, after all), but on the table she's a solid and dependable workhorse. Don't ask her to do things like try to out-dice linked MSRs or something. That's what Intruders, Krizas, and Moiras are for.

    The Rev Healer is more than capable of fighting her way through infiltrators to get to an objective, picking up downed comrades with a 'bot on the way, and looking awesome as she does it. The MULTI Rifle profile doesn't really see play in Bakunin for me--I usually round out links with the BSG as everyone has already said. In Vanilla though, I've been enjoying the MULTI profile a lot, especially since I've been playing more 10-order lists these days.

    I think she's one of the tougher units to really leverage right, especially since you can tend to get into the mindset of "OMG I spent so many points on her, I'd better make my points back!" She really wants a Zondbot too, but that means she can't take part in coordinated orders, which she also really wants to be a part of to get her up the field. I see Nomads as the toolboxy faction, where most units bring some unusual (and useful) kit to the table that you may not always use but are really happy to have in a pinch. She's a great example of this.