Playing Onyx for a narrative campaign. I've heard them described as bad and they don't really stand out to me that much. That said, they are by far the least explored sectorial for CA for me - this is definitely an opportunity to leave my comfort zone and I'm taking it. What does Onyx do thats good? What does Onyx do that Combined Army does not? So far, I see two Noctifiers, which is pretty damn amazing. But you could go SEF for three and a lot of profiles that I would feel more comfortable with. I see various Umbra, and the ability to make Haris or small cores with them. That seems like my go to. But do Umbra even need backup? Fireteams for CC are a little dodgy, and Legates have forward deployment and seem like lone operators. Mostly it looks like +1B for a spitfire and the ability to bring a specialist, which coming from Tohaa is ok but a little underwhelming. I see Xeo/Overdrons and the ability to haris the former. But for the life of me I can't fucking order one of these models in New Zealand at the moment and get it in less than six months. Damn Covid. I see core Unidron links. I don't particularly care for big LI cores, but this does come across as one of the better ones. How do you guys build yours? I see two Ikadrons, two Imetrons, and one R-Drone. The other sectorials be so jelly. Note - as part of this campaign, I'm forced to take a Nexus who gets LT, Strategos 1, and a small choice from booty or metachemistry charts that have lost the most powerful options. I don't want him sitting at the back of my army, strategos or not, so the core and haris options that run a Nexus get bonus weight here!