Is the Void Dragon available for Dark Eldar again? Warhammer/Eldar/ The Void Dragon Pheonix came out before there were ally rules and making it. A beautifully painted Void Dragon Phoenix. One of our customers, Ronnie, came in with his massive Eldar army, consisting of nearly every. Eldar Flyers, Nightwing Vs Phoenix/Void Dragon I’m not concerned about specific rules or anything, I just want something that will look good.
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Eldar Flyers, Nightwing Vs Phoenix/Void Dragon – Eldar – 40K Online
The Phoenix along with its smaller cousin the Nightwings work in drabon with the Nightwings clearing the skies of enemy aircraft and escorting Phoenixes as they rain destruction upon ground forces. Without violating copyright, I can say that rues Nightwing is the cheapest in points.
Anyway, I’d like to get either the nightwing, phoenix, or void dragon, but can’t decide which. The Phoenix is a creature from Greco-Roman mythology, a fiery bird with metaphysical connections to the sun said to live in Arabia.
I’m not concerned about specific rules or anything, I just want something that will look good, and is plausible in a point game. However despite phornix top speeds, the Phoenix is still a thousand times faster pboenix its Imperium counterparts, what with most Eldar aircraft looking sleek and aerodynamic while some Imperial aircraft looks like they are massacring the air with their fleet of flying cargo containers.
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I agree with FarseerTomladrahas – I just like vragon way the Nightwing looks. It doesn’t look particularly like breaking piece or anything. All pretense of restraints are off once this bird is off the ground.
Void Dragon Phoenix
I don’t actualy know the rules Your ad here, right now: I agree the “Void Dragon” Phoenix version has disappeared from the rules, so the only way to get the pheonix is to use eldar allies. Page 1 of 1.
Gaming wise I think the Nightwnig is better for all but very large games plus it doesn’t use up a heavy support slot. And I totally didn’t answer your question. Wed Feb 27 Rather mercenaries, but ones who only work for the eldar. It is used by the void dragon corsairs and B: If you follow the FW rules strictly we can’t use it. Wraithblades – Wraithguard – Wraithknight – Wraithlord – Wraithseer.
In terms of armaments and the amount of Dakka it can carry, the Phoenix holds a pair of twin-linked Shuriken Cannons mounted in the craft’s nose for engaging other aircraft or infantry units, while below the fuselage is a single centerline-mounted Pulse Laser for pinpoint accuracy against hardened ground targets such as Terminators or Dreadnoughts.
I’m not sure whether it is included ruleswise. Anyone able to help me out here? Ads by Project Wonderful!
Return of Void Dragon?
Surely just the points cost wouldn’t be considered a copyright violation; I’ve seen many posted on this site. I’ll see what I can come up with: Views Read Edit View history. In WH40K [ edit ]. Blink if you are and I’ll summon the authorities. The Void Dragon Pheonix came out before there were ally rules and making it available to both eldar and dark eldar was forgeworld’s way of having allies without having allies. Is the Void Dragon available for Dark Eldar again? Did someone threaten your family?
Like the Unicornthey have been generally associated with the Good branch of alignmentmostly because of their adoption as a Christ-figure in Christianity and their long association with healing, life, renewal and immortality in general. Huuumm, my post was deilited. The plane is called the “Phoenix”, the “Void Dragon” bit is use to denote that A: Bonesingers – Guardians – Rangers – Storm Guardians.