Not going to make your roster in most games, though. Bolter profile for ranged attacks, but also doubles as a S+1 melee weapon, which makes them handy in a pinch. Kill Team: Commanders is an expansion for Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team, introducing elite war leaders and experts in the art of battle – Commanders. via the Warhammer Community ... Goonhammer. For the Greater Good gives them a sympathetic overwatch. If they’re blobbed up you need to check Overwatch line of sight for everything within 6″ of the models you charged. Helpful for avoiding long range penalties. Grav-inhibitor drones are also really good to have on your roster, since they reduce the charge distance of anything within 12″ by D3″. A big part of your game is going to be mitigating what can shoot you. Here losing the -1 to hit your model for being obscured by the drone is offset by the harsh penalty of taking multiple damage rolls, so keep your drone out of LOS if you can but within 3″ of the model it’d protect. That will reliably kill models. Make hitting your other models as difficult as possible, using your drones to obscure them, and use them to zone out potential chargers so your models can escape unharmed. Flamer – T’au have their own versions of flamers. ... when a loyal w40k fan introduces them in a mod he/she makes for free because of his love for the game which this dev team … It is entirely possible to equip all your stealth suits with Stimulant Injectors, creating a fast moving, High Flying, incredibly tough unit that should be able to handle almost any immediate threat, however you're sinking a lot of points into this, so your Kill-Team will be miniscule as a result. In ITC style missions with Kill objectives added in you also need team wide durability (which Tau have in Crisis Suits) and killing power (the crisis suits again and Rail Rifles). For the Greater Good loses some impact when you can be charged around corners and you need. Kroot Rifles – Give you +1 S and comes with a boltgun attached. Tau name generator - Warhammer 40k . These are very solid and you’re almost always going to want a rail rifle or two in your command roster. Where they suffer most is accuracy, but since they hit on 6s anyways and the penalties for range and being obscured will usually be coming into play, this isn’t that big an issue. No Basic Infantry Fire Warriors, Breachers, and Pathfinders (the basic trooper version) are all worthless compared to Our Lord and Savior The Drone. The strength of T’au will depend heavily on the format they’re being played in. Home Warhammer 40k Tau Kill Team Preview Tau Kill Team Preview Natfka 9/27/2018. The Stealth Suit box is a good grab after the Pathfinders. The T'au Empire was founded by the T'au caste called the Ethereals, who lead the T'au Empire in the name of the philosophy they have named the Greater Good. Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team is a top down view, perspective correct, 3d arcade shooter, with twin stick control set in the Warhammer 40,000 future fantasy universe. This is a solid way to keep your models from losing it after you’ve lost 4-5 drones. Here are three of my favourites: This Tactic enables you to field only one or two markerlights in your kill team and still generate a lot of markerlight counters on one target each turn (which you can then shoot to pieces). The Kill Team Starpulse is coming to pre-order this weekend for the Tau, and this is our first look at it. Drones to choose from, kill teams from the T’au Empire can be customised to a huge extent, allowing you to tailor your strategies to a tee. Rail Rifles make Pathfinders the most important models in your kill team and you’ll usually want at least two on the table. This first list from Luke Scianna, is from the SoCal Open format. Tau are bad at putting out damage in melee, but their fliers (drones and suits) are durable, tend to Overwatch well and can shoot after falling back/retreating. This website uses cookies to ensure it delivers the best web experience for you. In Arena, you’ll need to change things up. Your greatest enemy will be your generally small squad size, although Overwatch may be fun, especially with "Supporting Fire".