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November 2007 in Clearwater (Florida) im Alter von 69 Deathwatch an Lungenversagen. - Deathwatch – Spezialeinheiten auf Mission gegen XenosDeathwatch: Watch-Meister
These guys are your means of combatting a glaring weakness in the Deathwatch's arsenal: mid-range anti-tank weaponry. Being able to fire at the same unit twice with their melta rifles means that whether in line with the Heavy Intercessors or moving forward with the Aggressors, these guys can take care of your tank problem.
Sample Unit Builds: Given that these thick lads are all T5, any loadout you could take will be a tough nut to crack for your opponent.
Here are some example Indomitor Kill-Team loadouts:. Your basic Vanguard Marines. Other than that, each also has a marksman bolt carbine, which is a boltgun that on a hit roll of unmodified 6 auto wounds as well.
Similarly armed to the Infiltrator, but instead of the auto wound gimmick, ignores cover instead. The Incursors themselves can ignore negative BS modifiers, but this ability does not transfer to the whole squad, unlike the Infiltrator's comms array or helix gauntlet.
Gives the whole unit a fear aura of -2Ld to enemy units in 3". Also does NOT have concealed positions, so if your Kill-Team has one of these scary marines, you have to deploy normally.
In terms of loadout, they're in an interesting place, as the Infiltrators and Incursors are way better at shooting, and the unit as a whole doesn't want to be in close combat, so the knife will be wasted.
Should probably give this guy a pass unless you plan on combat squad them for maximum deep striking shenanigans.
Let's face it, this is why you took a Spectrus kill team. Armed with either the delicious bolt sniper rifle, or the not-quite-as-strong-as-a-lascannon-but-is-more-reliable las fusil.
Unlike Vanilla Marines, you can mix and match as to which Eliminators carry what, allowing for way more versatility. If you're taking 5 of these snipers and you should, they're amazing , then take the comms array on one of your meat-shield Infiltrators, so you're always in range of those sweet sweet auras.
For points, that's a 10 man squad, 5 of which are some of the best snipers in the game, a guy who's buffing them to high hell, and 4 meat shields.
Dodge this bitch. Sample Unit Builds: While there aren't quite as many potential combinations to work with for these guys as there are for their shorter cousins, Spectrus Kill-Teams have extremely versatile sniping units, able to assassinate characters from long range and just generally make your opponents day worse.
Here are some example Spectrus Kill-Team loadouts to consider using:. Take a Battalion. Fill your HQs with whatever you like.
Your 3 Troops should be 2 Vet Squads, one tooled as an Anvil and one tooled as a Hammer, and a foot-slogging Intercessor Squad. Also take a Corvus and a Redeemer.
Combat Squad all three troops choices, put the Anvil in the Redeemer and the Hammer in the Corvus. Deploy the Intercessors in your backfield and have them foot-slog and advance everywhere or camp a home objective.
The Corvus should drop its 2 squads near something that needs to die and then all three should spend the rest of the game killing important units.
Finally, the Redeemer and its 2 squads should be delivered to objectives and refuse to move for the rest of the game if possible.
With the introduction of Combat Doctrines, there is now a slightly greater incentive to try to run without allies. Unfortunately, as a monofaction, Deathwatch have some serious holes anti-tank is a big one.
Forge world has a number of units that can help fill them in, most notably their dreadnought line up. Contemptor Dreadnoughts are an excellent source of lascannons, and the ability to deep strike a Leviathan or Chaplain Dread is very strong.
While primaris look good on paper, they are still not exactly worth their points, unless you are hell-bent on playing a pure DW army.
The codex greatly encourages getting your DW units right into your enemy's face, where you deal maximum damage with plasmas, meltas, frag cannons, and bolters.
While your kill teams race towards the enemy in their Corvus Blackstars and Land Raiders, you need something that actually wants to sit back and can contribute efficiently to the fight.
One of the biggest problems any DW player will face is that you won't have many units on the table at the beginning of the game.
Thus, it's really easy for your opponent to focus fire on lone Corvus or a Raider, destroying it first turn and leaving your kill teams far away from the enemy and exposed.
That is where Ad Mech and Guard comes in. Both factions have cheap troops that want to stay back Skitarii snipers, Infantry Squads with heavy weapons , have excellent sources of long-range firepower that will ruin your opponents day if not dealt with Cadian HWTs, Leman Russes, Basilisks, Onager Dune Crawlers.
For example, for points you can field 4 infantry squads, 2 company commanders, and 3 Leman Russ Battle Tanks. Use your Kill Teams as scalpels - eliminating key enemy threats while your allies deal with the rest of enemies army Hammer of The Emperor Style.
It's fluffy, looks cool, and is brutally efficient. They have access to a unique psyker discipline , that includes Terrify , which turns off overwatch.
They're kinda squishy to be used as a warlord, especially when stuck in with a front-line melee unit, however, they have a nifty 1CP!
The Blackshroud might be a good choice, as its -1 to wound makes this character pretty much immune to sniper mortal wounds. Best of all, they're super-cheap, starting at a mere 60pts.
Unfortunately, there are only two deepstrike options: Hector Rex and the expensive Ordo Malleus terminator. Of course you can pop them in a Deathwatch drop pod with your killteam, so it's not all bad news.
You can ally with Space Marines but you will lose the Mission Tactics ability. Almost anything you can do, the Watch can do better! Anonymous Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in.
Namespaces Page Discussion. More More. Page actions Read Edit History. This page is in need of cleanup. It's a fucking mess. Agendas Requisitions Battle Traits Masters of the Specialisms Battle Scars Special-issue Equipment Crusade Relics Secure Xenotech - if you selected this Agenda then, after Deployment, your opponent must place 1 additional Objective Marker anywhere on the battlefield that is not in their respective Deployment Zone.
Deathwatch Infantry units can perform Secure Xenotech Action at the end of your Movement phase, while within 3" of this objective and there is no enemy units within 3" of the Objective.
This Action is completed at the beginning of your next Command Phase and if it is completed the Xenotech Objective is removed.
At the end of the battle: If Unit completed this action it receives 3 Exp; If this Unit is wholly within your Deployment zone, it receives 5 Exp instead of 3 and before the next battle you can use Relic Requisition or Bestowed in Honour and Necessity Requisition for 0 RP.
Watch Eternal - if there are no enemy units within 6" of your Deployment zone at the end of the battle each alive Deathwatch unit gains 2 Exp; Suffer not the Alien - can only select this Agenda if you fight against Xenos Faction.
Keep a tally for each unit increasing it by 1 for each Xenos unit detroyed by them. The unit gains 1 Exp for each 2 points of their tally.
Strength from Diversity - keep Ranged and Melee tallies for each unit increasing it by 1 for each enemy unit destroyed by ranged or melee attack.
Your units receive 2 Exp if they have at least 1 point in each tally; Xenopsyker Assault - can only select this Agenda if your opponent have Xenos Psyker units in their army.
Keep a tally for each of your units, increasing it by 1 for each successful Deny the Witch test and by 2 for each Xenos Psyker unit killed. Your units receive Exp points equal to their tally.
Bestowed in Honour and Necessity 1 RP - finally the way for Sergeant to have a Relic! Purchase this when you add a Crusade Card or when unit gains a rank.
You can give one of the following Relics to Sergeant model as if they were Character : Artificer Armour , Master-crafted Weapon , Digital Weapons , Banebolts of Eryxia or Artificer Bolt Cache ; Kill-Team Specialism 1 RP - give one of the Specialism to your Kill-Team unit when it reaches Battle-Hardened rank; Expiation in Vigil 1 RP - some more Black Shields in your army!
You can reconfigure wargear options for one of your Kill-Team units and also change it's optional models. As with all Requisitions like this, your Order of Battle must have enough Supply Limit to handle extra weight of your units, should it increase.
Watch Master or Watch Captain only: Voice of Experience - pick a Deathwatch unit within 6" of the model in your Command Phase and until the end of the turn it is considered being in range of all aura abilities that this model have; Executioner Emeritus - improve the AP of each attack the model makes by one, both ranged and melee.
Deathwatch Chaplain only: Perpetual Repugnance - if Chaplain is within 12" of any Xenos Faction he is to angry to be uninspiring, so his rolls for Litanies automatically pass; Promulgator of the Litany - increase Chaplain's Spiritual Leaders aura radius by 6".
Deathwatch Librarian only: Scholar of the Forbidden Librarius - each time at the beginning of battle Librarian can change Smite to one of the Xenopurge Discipline powers for the duration of battle; Mental Duellist - once per enemy Psychic Phase Librarian can reroll one of Deny the Witch tests.
Deathwatch Units only except Vehicle units : Duty's Bond - unit can use Brotherhood of Veterans Stratagem for 0 CP; Unwavering Enmity - while unit is in Engagement Range of any Xenos it always counts as charged for the purposes of Shock Assault; Chosen Prey - pick one of the Xenos Factions Necron , Aeldari , T'au Empire , Orks or Tyranids.
Master Aquila : Character gains Aquila Specialism. At the end of the battle they took part of, you can also pick a Core unit that destroyed an enemy unit.
If it is "Marked for Greatness" it receives 4 Exp instead of 3. Master Venator : Character gains Venator Specialism. At the end of the battle they took part of, you can also pick a Core unit that destroyed an enemy Fast Attack or Flyer unit.
If it is "Marked for Greatness" it receives 5 Exp instead of 3. Master Malleus : Character gains Malleus Specialism.
At the end of the battle they took part of, you can also pick a Core unit that destroyed an enemy Heavy Support, Lord of War or Dedicated Transport unit.
Master Dominatus : Character gains Dominatus Specialism. At the end of the battle they took part of, you can also pick a Core unit that destroyed an enemy Elites unit.
Master Furor : Character gains Furor Specialism. At the end of the battle they took part of, you can also pick a Core unit that destroyed an enemy Troops unit.
Master Purgatus : Character gains Purgatus Specialism. At the end of the battle they took part of, you can also pick a Core unit that destroyed an enemy HQ unit.
Captain Artemis is considered to have Master Furor. Deathwatch specific Battle Scars are interesting, as they simultaneously buff and debuff your units: Bring not Shame to Your Chapter : Buff - Affected unit is able to use Atonement Through Honour Stratagem even if it doesn't have Black Shield in it.
In case it has - the Stratagem costs 0 CP. Debuff - Each time affected unit is selected to Shoot or Charge roll a D6 - on a roll of 1 it can only Shoot or Charge the closest enemy unit.
Debuff - Unit suffers from both Disgraced can't use any Stratagem's on the unit and Mark of Shame unit is unaffected by friendly aura abilities Battle Scars from the Core rulebook.
Debuff - Unit can't perform any actions and are ignored for the purposes of holding objectives Black Rage: Light Edition I guess Special-issue Wargear : Onyx-class Blind Grenades - gain Smokescreen keyword; Dragonheart Charges - gain Melta Bomb keyword; Neurostun Grenades - gain Shock Grenades keyword; Heuristic Revelators - if you attack enemy unit within 18" it doesn't receive benefits of cover thanks to FAQ all of them: Light, Dense, etc.
After walking for hours, carrying Private Chevasse who has been left paraplegic, the unit comes across a complex, maze-like network of German trenches.
There they find three terrified enemy soldiers, who ignore Private McNess's cries for surrender in apparent fear of something further down the trenches.
Private Quinn shoots one, but McNess stops him while the second German stumbles down the trench and the third, Friedrich, surrenders.
Convinced they have broken through the enemy lines, the soldiers decide to secure the trenches. They explore and find ominous signs that something has gone very wrong: rotting bodies with protruding barbed wire and German bayonets litter the ground.
Compasses and watches also have stopped working. While detonating charges to close off some passages, they hear a demon-like growl and fail to notice vast amounts of blood pouring from the mud.
Later, Private Hawkstone discovers a body covered in mud, which turns out to be the second German. The German attacks him and although Hawkstone is forced to shoot, wounding him and resulting in a muddy fistfight.
During the skirmish, Private Starinski also shoots and wounds the German, who falls to his knees. Quinn taunts and then scalps the man after executing him with a pistol shot to the head.
Attempts to contact Allied support via a crystal radio reveal White Company was thought to have been obliterated during the assault before communications are lost.
Their first night in the trench starts off uneventfully and Corporal Fairweather treats the wounded. Starinski secludes himself to masturbate over photographs of naked women he found earlier but is distracted by strange sounds.
Deeper into the trenches, he finds three German corpses wrapped in barbed wire in a standing position. As he shouts to alert the others, one of the corpses suddenly comes to life and ambushes him.
Shakespeare and Tate then find Starinski's corpse lashed to the wall with barbed wire. Suspecting that hidden German troops are responsible, the men violently interrogate Friedrich who can also speak French, which Shakespeare understands explains the other Germans turned on each other and that there's "evil" in the trenches.
The next morning, White Company piles up the German dead and clears the dugouts with grenades in case of any more hiding in the tunnels and caves.
Phantom sounds of artillery and infantry are then heard, causing Jennings to crack under the pressure and mistakenly shoot Hawkstone in the head when he hears him coming from behind.
Morale and discipline deteriorate even further, with McNess thinking of deserting. That night he is chased by an eerie red mist, hears voices, and is drenched in blood.
Possessed by fear, McNess flees into no man's land only to be shot by Private Bradford. Fairweather attempts a rescue, but McNess, only able to crawl, is pursued by a moving mud mound that drags him underground.
Meanwhile, Bradford, who has been found by Shakespeare in a cave, is convinced that both he and the trenches are possessed by death. He asks Shakespeare to shoot him so he will not kill others, but when the latter refuses Bradford runs off.
Thomas Quinn Hugo Speer David Tate Pavel Tesar Edit Storyline In , in the Western front, a group of survivors of the British Company Y reach the most forward German trench in a foggy night.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia Many of the most horrific images in the film were inspired by a book called 'The Covenant of War'.
However, that model did not enter production until well after World War I. The proper weapon for this scene would be the longer Mauser Model Gewehr, the standard rifle of the German army in WWI.
Quotes Pvt. Barry Starinski : Oh, this fuckin' rain! Connections Featured in At the Movies: What's the Worst That Could Happen?
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Runtime: 94 min. Sound Mix: Dolby Digital. Color: Color Technicolor. Edit page. Clear your history. Charlie Shakespeare.
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