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    Eldar Harlequin Codex Pdf

    Harlequin Vehicle Equipment. Codex: Harlequins, Gw, Games Workshop. Millennia have passed since the ancient Eldar fell into shadow, yet still the. forsaking their former lives to take up the Harlequin's mask. The Harlequins' numbers are growing, and many among the Eldar wonder why. Harlequin armies may use the Phantasm Eldar Strategic Asset and the Lords of the Chaos device, Codex, Dark Eldar, Dark Angels, Dark Future, the Double-.

    Yeah, that's dumb too, but I'm more concerned about the ability to take "basically all the things" under one united faction. Which I guess you probably could already, but this makes it easier with shared keywords and whatnot. Ynnari playstyle is reckless. Most of the time it puts you in a position to take chances and generally get tabled by a savy opponent. With the emphasis on hordes and fast assault you will see Ynnari armies raped left and right. Regular eldar have a stronger, faster playstyle. You get all most the same units other eldar do, not prevents you from playing conservatively if you wish to. Meaning if you are close enough to get the benefit your eldar army is generally already screwed. Plus the army is slower, as it no longer benefits from battle focus. Eldar aren't bad in close- the Wraithlord, Wraithknight, Harlequins, Wraithguard, Banshees, Scorpions, etc, all attest to this. It's not always ideal to be next to the unit when it dies, but it's not crippling, either. Ynnari didn't have Battle Focus before, either- that was always part of the deal, to lose it in exchange for SfD. Eldar won't- can't possibly- be as dominant as they were before, but I'm not yet convinced that they aren't still a top-tier army.

    As a complimentary force I could see a Patrol of a Shadowseer and Troupe Master with a maximized Troupe on foot, using the Twilight Pathways psychic power to launch the unit into combat as soon as possible and deal as much damage in a combat alphastrike as possible.

    Soaring Spite: This masque gives a bonus to shooting Pistol weapons for units that Fly or are embarked on their Transport, counting them as Assault weapons and ignoring the -1 to hit when Advancing and firing.

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    Their Warlord Trait, Relic, and Stratagem all feed into a style of Troupes loaded to the nines embarked in Starweaver transports. The stratagem allows a unit to consolidate toward and embark on a Starweaver nearby, while the Warlord gets to disembark after the Transport moves. An army wide Space Marine Ancient aura is not to be discounted, particularly in an army of fairly expensive models. Their stratagem is tailor made for a Death Jester, allowing a character to double their hits in shooting.

    Combined with the Relic being a special gun for a Death Jester, there definitely seems to be a focus on making that character work in this Masque. This masque may been most often fielded as a complimentary force of a handful of Harlequin characters added in to a wider-Eldar army through a Vanguard detachment, though they do have the tools to work in a standalone force as well. Silent Shroud: The last of the Masques, units from the Silent Shroud provide a Leadership penalty to nearby units, and force morale checks to be rolled with two dice, discarding the lowest.

    Their stratagem can be particularly powerful as it allows the Harlequin player to deny overwatch against one of their units. Combined with leadership debuffs elsewhere in the army, this Masque can be devastating against some foes. However, I fully suspect that veteran Harlequin and Eldar players will be able to get a lot out of armies of mixed Masques or small complimentary detachments of Soaring Spite or Dreaming Shadow Harlequins.

    With only a handful of units in the army, Harlequins are going to struggle to work as a standalone force in a competitive setting. However, they are extremely well equipped to do what they want to do, which is to close very quickly and do crippling damage while in close. They are nearly impossible to pin down and so while they lack durability and numbers, they have the speed to play a cagey game and reward are good general, hiding and pouncing on exposed elements before fading away to snag late game objectives.

    An army or detachment of these killers is, similar to Midnight Sorrow, going to focus on closing quickly and maximizing their offensive output in combat, likely including mostly Troupes with some supporting combat characters.

    As a complimentary force I could see a Patrol of a Shadowseer and Troupe Master with a maximized Troupe on foot, using the Twilight Pathways psychic power to launch the unit into combat as soon as possible and deal as much damage in a combat alphastrike as possible. Soaring Spite: This masque gives a bonus to shooting Pistol weapons for units that Fly or are embarked on their Transport, counting them as Assault weapons and ignoring the -1 to hit when Advancing and firing.

    Their Warlord Trait, Relic, and Stratagem all feed into a style of Troupes loaded to the nines embarked in Starweaver transports. The stratagem allows a unit to consolidate toward and embark on a Starweaver nearby, while the Warlord gets to disembark after the Transport moves.

    An army wide Space Marine Ancient aura is not to be discounted, particularly in an army of fairly expensive models. Their stratagem is tailor made for a Death Jester, allowing a character to double their hits in shooting. Combined with the Relic being a special gun for a Death Jester, there definitely seems to be a focus on making that character work in this Masque.

    This masque may been most often fielded as a complimentary force of a handful of Harlequin characters added in to a wider-Eldar army through a Vanguard detachment, though they do have the tools to work in a standalone force as well. Silent Shroud: The last of the Masques, units from the Silent Shroud provide a Leadership penalty to nearby units, and force morale checks to be rolled with two dice, discarding the lowest. Their stratagem can be particularly powerful as it allows the Harlequin player to deny overwatch against one of their units.

    Combined with leadership debuffs elsewhere in the army, this Masque can be devastating against some foes. However, I fully suspect that veteran Harlequin and Eldar players will be able to get a lot out of armies of mixed Masques or small complimentary detachments of Soaring Spite or Dreaming Shadow Harlequins.

    With only a handful of units in the army, Harlequins are going to struggle to work as a standalone force in a competitive setting. However, they are extremely well equipped to do what they want to do, which is to close very quickly and do crippling damage while in close. If a Master Shadowseer is on the table, any Veil of Tears Psychic test is automatically successful without rolling and removes one Warp Charge die from the pool.

    This is done before any other Powers are attempted. Dispersed Formations: Harlequin armies use 4 coherency instead of 2. This applies to Independent Characters joining a unit as well. Masters of the Webway: If the Great Harlequin has a webway portal he can select three Harlequin units with Surprise Assault and their transport, in Reserve to Webway Deep Strike as if they have a webway portal.

    Surprise Assault: Units entirely composed of models with this special rule can perform a Disordered Charge when arriving from a Webway portal even though they entered from reserve. Warlord Traits 1. Focused Assault: BRB Your Warlord, and all Harlequin units within 12, add 1 to the result when rolling the charge distance.

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    Iron Resolve: Fates Messenger: E The Warlord re-rolls all saving throw results of 1. Master of the Vanguard: Ambush of Blades: For the duration of the phase, the Warlord and all Harlequin units within 12 of him, re-roll 1s when rolling To Wound. Master of Interference: Your opponent must randomly select one of his Active Tactical Objectives and immediately discard it. If Mimes are included in the Army you must take the following trait instead Mime Disruption: Whilst your Warlord is alive, your opponent has a -1 modifier to Reserves rolls.

    Harlequin Wargear Note 1: All effects of multiple Masks combine into one mask.

    Note 2: You may only use the special rules for the one weapon being used to actually hit. Note 3: BRB All models with two pistols can fire both in shooting phase. Cegorachs Favor: Independent Characters only Once per game any roll of a single D6 may be rerolled. Cegorachs Sting: E Rng: On a Wound roll of 6, automatically wounds regardless of Toughness and inflicts Instant Death regardless of Toughness.

    Vehicle Armor Pen of 6 are automatically a penetrating hit. Template S: Eldar Jetbike: Hammer of Wrath, Jink, and Relentless. Turbo Boost Flip Belt: E Not slowed by difficult terrain. Fusion Pistol: Hallucinogen Grenades: E Count as Assault Grenades for character and entire unit if attached. Cannot be thrown in shooting phase. Hand Flamer: BASM Rng: Harlequins Kiss: Haywire Grenades: May only make one Attack. IA11u Rng: Opponents locked in combat have -1 Ld, unless immune to Fear.

    Night Shields: DE Grants Stealth. Pack Grenade Launcher: Grenade type Assault 1; Can be fired in addition to normal shooting.

    One grenade type must be selected for entire game. Haywire, Krak, Plasma, or Tanglefoot grenades. Plasma Grenades: Negate the effect of cover in close combat, so that all attacks are in initiative order.

    Plasma Pistol: Phase Field: Phases models out of phase with solid matter allowing them to pass through solid objects and move unrestricted more quickly.

    Can move through all models and terrain, including Impassable. Cannot end move in or on Impassable terrain or within 1 of an enemy model. Difficult and Dangerous terrain have no effect. Power Blades: User AP: Power Weapons: Power Sword S: Prism Blaster: When one or more Jesters inflicts two or more hits with the Ghostlight special rule on an enemy unit or vehicle, they may choose to either resolve the hits normally, or to inflict a single Ghostlight attack in place of all hits with the Ghostlight special rule.

    Separate Death Jesters on the battlefield can Ghostlight together on the same target. Designate one Jester for shot direction. Rictus Mask: Any enemy unit within 6 of model and LOS must take a Morale test at the start of their turn.

    If failed, the unit may do nothing that turn. If a unit is in combat or immune to Morale tests then they are unaffected.

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    A wound roll of 6 in addition to Rending, if unsaved, causes two wounds instead of one. Target can FNP each wound received. Shadow Field: Shrieker Cannon: Illantith only S: Staff may store one Warp Charge for later use with a successful Psychic test using only the one intended Warp Charge die. Failure expends the Warp Charge.

    Storm Glove: Defensive grenades. No effect when charged if already engaged or Gone to Ground. When thrown Blast Marker remains in play and counts as Difficult Terrain for the purposes of moving only. No effect on charges or Nonwalker vehicles. Tempest Launcher: DE If a model with a webway portal is in Reserves or Ongoing Reserves, then the model and any unit it has joined or is embarked upon has the Deep Strike special rule.

    This model, and his unit, will not scatter if arriving from Deep Strike Reserve. Witch staff: Shadowseers only S: Harlequin Armory Harlequin characters may pick up to two single-handed weapons from the list below replacing one of their existing weapons and may additionally pick a second pistol as well.

    You may not take duplicate items of wargear for the same model other than a Shuriken pistol.

    Gifts of Cegorach Only one of each of the following may be taken per Army. Causes Fear. Any unit losing assault against a Harlequin with a Dread mask must take their Morale check on 1D6 more than normal. Mask of Cegorachs Shadow: The bearer gains Shrouded and Stealth special rules.

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    In addition the bearer can re-roll failed cover saves. The Tricksters Touch: Add 1 to the Touchs Strength for each unsaved Wound it caused earlier in the game. The Strength cannot exceed Replaces one weapon Shard of Anaris: The bearer of this weapon has the Fearless special rule.

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