Drukhari Kill Team stuff incoming!

So Games Workshop announced the new set of pre-orders for Kill Team, and oh boy am I excited.

First thing of note are the two new Kill Team starter sets that we got coming, that is the Drukhari (Dark Eldar,) and the Deathwatch. A fitting pair of starter sets to come out together, and I must admit I find it surprising that the dark kin get one before the Craftworlders. As cool as the Deathwatch is I am mostly focusing on the Drukhari here, as they are without a doubt one of my favorites. Though it is highly likely that I will be getting a Deathwatch Kill Team in the near future, but I digress. I am pretty stoked to pick up The Slicing Noose box, even though I already have some Wyches that I picked up beforehand, regardless lets take a look at the set:

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So like I said it is a Wych Cult theme Kill Team with plenty of melee killing power, with some pistols to add some shooting capability. The Drukhari specific data cards will for sure be useful, having their stratagems on hand in the most convenient way possible. Also get some dank looking Death World scenery that goes perfectly with the next Kill Zone. Then next got a look at the Drukhari specific dice which are picture just below.

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I am a sucker for things like this, getting the specific dice for a faction. Just an added bonus to the stuff that has been announced and I know for sure I will be getting this set of dice as well. Then we got the next Kill Zone;

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So here we got a really cool looking Death World forest that is a nice break from the urban Kill Zone that came with the starter set. No more roofs and higher floors that people can try to post snipers up on, it is just a straight slog and dirty fight in a crowded environment. They also showed off one of the environmental effects that you can get in the Kill Zone.

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This will make things even dicier for troops to traverse the dense forest, and could make some interesting scenarios. Also I feel like Harlequins would thrive in this kind of scenario due to their flip-belts allowing them to move through regular terrain, honestly they would thrive in the forest in general.

Just a short post from me getting hyped up about the up-coming Drukhari (Dark Eldar) stuff, while also being happy about the upcoming Kill Zone. If you wanted to check the community post out yourself I have the link here. Until next time!