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Of course this wouldn’t be a GW game without the Imperium being represented.
Battlefleet Gothic, the tabletop game. Putting the 1cm gothicc onto a 3cm ship base at cm range and straight fucking up a cruiser is just beautiful, though of course that takes a fair amount of skill. Welcome to Warhammer 40k – Lexicanum!
Dark Eldar Space Fleet – Warhammer 40k – Lexicanum
Someone has decided that it is gorhic good idea to make it a videogame And it damn well is. Armada, the Battlefleet Gothic: Not that there’s anything wrong with that mind, but it’s not Battlefleet Gothic. Necrons have like 5 different kinds of ship battleffleet according to fluff are fucking nasty to fight.
Eldar do not do Broadsides. And also, lances that can hit multiple times with a single lance shot. Also, the flavor of the game is pretty fucking awesome actually, what with the various planet-demolishing shenanigans and just plain gorgeous rule book.
Lexicanum pages needing citation. The first trailer looks pretty awesome. They are designed to have horrific looks: Armageddon Necromunda – Battlefleft Team. Ads by Project Wonderful! After getting their shit wrecked, they got together and finally built combat ships.
None of the ships’ names are pronounceable. They have armor like the Necrons do, on the two ships that aren’t just Imperial escorts with a new paint job you do know that SM have their own escorts?
The problem with that is those are all the same class of ship, just with a different number. Eldar are, together with the Necrons, the best fleets in the game. Log in and join the community. They are also the most powerful fleet, and have light cruisers that can blow apart battleships without a scratch, due to having the only armor saves of the entire game no joke here and a shitton of close-ranged weapons, and anyone who thinks they’re outrunning you in a straight line had better prepare the lube, thus being unkillable and murder incarnate.
In the end the Eldar are a fun race but suffer badly from a case of lack of diversity which makes it hard for them to build a competent list with anything but as many Eldar hellbores and aconites as possible. Additionally, the more recent Imperial ships have been built or retrofitted with an armored prow, while the Chaos ships lack one to allow for more speed.
This prevents the game from devolving into something resembling the sky over the Pacific circa While they lack the battlefleet durability and torpedo numbers of the Navy, they make up for it with absurd firepower, assault boats, better speed and overall better ships for fewer points. In general, the Imperials are good at torpedoes and nova cannons and other stuff.
It stands to reason that older Imperial ships would look like the Chaos ones which is why reserve fleets use Chaos classes and models and any new ships turning traitor would look like Imperials. Those unfortunate enough to be elsar quickly find that the Dark Eldar do not share the love of practicality and aesthetics of their Eldar cousins. Just like their ground pounders, except apparently the chapter serfs defend the ship bbattlefleet operate everything.
While they’re pretty fucking awesome for what they are, they melt when sneezed at, so the Eldar are pretty bad except in specific scenarios that let them abuse the fuck out of their movement rules. For various reasons, the Chaos ships look totally different from the Imperial ones, not just Imperial ones with tentacles and spikes and crap.
Problem with DE is that they have no ships that i recall past cruisers and escorts. Eldar ships look a lot hattlefleet their vehicles. They come in numbers. Can go toe to toe with Battlefleet Ultra Modernist despite its use of vast fleets of cheaply mass produced fighters, and typically can best Gothkc Romanesque in a straight up shooting fight unless severely outnumbered. Easy to play, a real pain to master. If the sunside edge is towards the enemy, you are fucked and btatlefleet just no reason to play.
Elrar have shiny fields of awesome to protect them from lances and the like, but gun batteries fuck them up so hard it’s retarded, particularly since they HAVE to dip into battery range to fire the fields are basically naval-scale holofields which obscure the exact position of the Eldar ships, making them difficult to hit with pinpoint weapons, but doesn’t help much against the “spam more dakka” approach to conventional battery gunnery.
The drawback is that if you lose even only one ship, your opponent will gain way more victory points than said ship’s point cost, something bothic can cost you victory if you are careless. Older vessels are mostly “keel built”, meaning they were built upward from their keel and thus have a low, wide look to them. Between this and canonical stuff like an Eldar Ghost Ship surviving a direct hit from an ancient Ark Mechanicus’ secret Archeotech “Chrono Cannon” that apparently fires black holes Emperor only knows what that weapon was originally designed to destroy back in Dark Age of Technologyand leaving only damaged as described at the end of the book Priest of Mars by Graham McNeill.
They excel at boarding and going toe-to-toe with the enemy, like everywhere else. In theory their random strength heavy batteries are pretty cool, it turns out that random translates alternately into ‘pathetically ineffective whenever it’s important’ and ‘did exactly what any other weapon system would have done’ inside the game.
The rules for ships that are aligned with the ImperiumChaosOrkor Eldar and were present in the Gothic War are in the main rulebook. To sum it up: The reasoning behind the different looks of the Chaos and Imperial fleets is due to building techniques changing. You have exactly two ship choices a cruiser and an escortrarely a good sign, although their ships have fully customisable weapon loadouts unlike most other factions, where each ship has fixed armaments with maybe a couple of options.
Players have the option of the modular, adjustable, Merchant fleet boxy or the efficient, effective Combat fleet sleek.