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This includes artwork, short stories, and copies of fictional documents from the future. Bestiary - A description of the units, characters and vehicles that can be chosen for use in a battle. This includes their characteristic values, information on their weapons, and any limitations on their use, as well as background information on the unit.

The army's special psychic powers if any and wargear is also listed here, showing the rules for each item, as well as any legendary artifacts the army may use.

Hobby section - Information on collecting, building and painting an army from the codex. This features outstanding example models painted by veteran hobbyists and Games Workshop's 'Eavy Metal team. Army list - The items in the bestiary are arranged by type and given a points value, with more powerful units costing more points, so that battles are fought between balanced armies. Options are also given here along with their cost.

For 7th Edition Games Workshop overhauled the basic codex layout, 8th edition continued the same layout as such: Background - Information about the force and its place in the Warhammer 40, universe. This includes artwork, short stories, and copies of fictional documents from the future - The same style as before. Army List - This contains datasheets for every unit and a wargear list.

In 7th edition datasheets contained the complete rules and points values needed to field a unit and a picture of the model from the Citadel Miniatures range, along with a description of the unit, as per the old bestiary. In 8th edition a datasheet contains the complete rules for fielding a unit including power level and keywords.

The points for matched play have been moved from the datasheet to the Appendix. Appendix - In 7th edition this contained a complete, detailed list of all the army's weapons, special rules, psychic powers, warlord traits and any detachments or tactical objectives it may have.

It also contains a quick reference sheet at the very back. In 8th edition this became: weapon profiles, battle-forged rules such as subfaction traits and stratagems , warlord traits, relics, psychic powers, tactical objectives and finally matched play points values for units and weapons.

Rules for models produced by Forgeworld are available as part of the Imperial Armour series of books, also published by Forgeworld. You also get more shots from the burst cannon than from gun drones. And the burst cannons never count as killpoints. While smart missiles are better than burst cannons, the higher price means it is better to spend that on essential wargear such as disruption pods and targeting arrays rather than smart missiles.

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People often debate on the viability of each level of generic commander - the Shas'el vs. The Shas'el has decent stats almost everything is boosted higher than a normal battlesuit, especially delicious BS4 and 3 wounds , and all the options of the armory and special commander-level battlesuits available to him.

The Shas'o increases most of these stats BS5, 4 wounds, and LD10 among other things phenomenally, as well as maintaining full armory and suit availability, but costs a third again as much.

Using a Shas'el as a secondary commander or "throw-away" commander is a moderately effective tactic, deep-striking against the enemy's rear lines and tanks, and drawing massive amounts of fire for a turn. A Shas'o is a higher investment, and is best used in your own lines as a support unit, a "trouble-shooter," if you will, for intercepting enemies reaching your side of the board. Note, though, that if you want your commander shooting at BS5, you need to add a Targeting Array, which draws the point difference between the two to 15 points, and the Shas'o also gets that third weapon slot.

Wall of Death Piranhas are fast vehicles, and possess AV 11 in their front armor. While useless against dedicated anti-tank such as lascannons and melta, this makes them impervious to small arms such as lasguns and bolters.

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One can use Piranhas as a mobile "wall" against squads of foot-slogging infantry. The infantry will be unable to pass through the Piranha squad, and the Piranhas can even fire with essential impunity.

For added hilarity, do not forget your flechette launchers. If used properly, piranhas can even block enemy vehicles, by moving in a way said vehicle cannot turn or move without coming within 1" of the piranha.

The vehicle would have to move back, turn, and move out, avoiding the 1" proximity, disrupting their entire movement and possibly shooting phase. Just be careful when the vehicle shoots back.

Moving Cover Everyone knows crisis suits for the Jump-Shoot-Jump, the ability to jump out of cover, fire, and jump back in, leading to endless annoyance for your opponent. This also works in reverse, with the humble gun drone and a squad of infantry. Have some gun drones like the ones that come with devilfish in front of some fire warriors.

Move them together, the gun drones leading. When the shooting phase comes, move the gun drones back behind the fire warriors and shoot with impunity. Done firing? In the assault phase, move the gun drones back ahead. Instant cover! This works for both Kroot, Fire Warriors, and even Broadsides!

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Stealth Suits too can do the Jump-shoot-jump tactic almost as well as the Crisis Suit for a lower cost. Bear in mind their weaker statblocks and shorter range, however. Still probably the cheapest way to get jump-capable Fusion Blasters on the table. Ninja Tau is a questionable tactic that no doubt has its uses to some people.

The lynchpin of the army is a cheap, cheap shas'el commander with positional rely at a mere 65 point. This is paired with 2 units of 4 gun drones - 48 points each, and 6 Fire warriors for 60 points. Overall then, the core of the army costs points. You then download stealth suits, crisis suits and a fuckton of kroot with full complements of kroot hounds. Even Broadsides with the stabilisation systems. Another good choice is a unit of piranhas with fusion guns to fill the last fast attack choice.

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Deploy the commander in hiding. He must hide. Turns 3 and 4, bring on the 2 units of gun drones. Turn 5, bring on your entire army automatically and giggle slightly as hopefully you wreck everything. It's not a sure fire win by any stretch of the imagination, but it's supposedly funny to play.

Regicide is a strategy that arose with the introduction of the tau FAQ. Simply put, download a cheap Ethereal and place everything else in transports, then execute the little fucker.

Your soldiers will automatically pass the test and will be pissed as hell for having their head honcho spread evenly over their entire deployment zone. And things were never the same And things were actually quite the same.

While things might be different in 6th edition, this tactic is more or less useless in 5th. Couple this with the fact that the test is only taken by actual Tau and not units who MIGHT be put into CC Kroot and Vespid and the "bonus" you'll get from throwing away 50 points and an HQ slot isn't really something to jump for joy about.

Fuck Troops Fire warriors, despite their very sexy pulse weapons, kinda suck. This tactic minimizes their place on the field in place of maximizing the more effective battlesuits. Typically you have bare-bones squads of six fire warriors hiding in devilfish behind terrain. The whole time they sit there while your Crisis, Hazard, Stealth and Broadside suits do all the work until it's time to claim objectives.The their strange gods. Tau Crisis suits are T4, which means they suffer heavily from rocket sniping.

All of them. General Movement Psychic 7th Fortifications. In all castes, age and experience caste tend to have the darker pigmentation, while the Air caste are venerated. All codexes 6th Edition and prior contained: Background - Information about the force and its place in the Warhammer 40, universe.