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A.T.T.A.C.K. Tactics
A.T.T.A.C.K. using support units PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Skavenslayer   
Friday, 25 September 2009

A.T.T.A.C.K.!    

Assaulting Thoughtfully: Tactical Advice for Charging with Knights.  

These articles are an attempt to give beginners and intermediate players some tools with which they can improve their playing skills, in the form of basic principles and maneuvers you can use with your cavalry. 

There is a ton of advice on the net about how to write army lists, and on which units to use against which opponents, but very little of it shows you how to do that, so I decided to make some diagrams. Some of it is more for competitive games, some of it is more general. If there are longer bits of theory, I will put the conclusions in big text so you can just skim over the text and still get the basic point.  

Page 1: About support units.

Page 2: Baiting.

Page 3: Diverting.

Page 4: other maneuvers.

Page 5: Warhammer Basics: Possible results of a charge.

 

 

Last Updated ( Saturday, 26 September 2009 )
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A.T.T.A.C.K. single cavalry units PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Skavenslayer   
Monday, 29 June 2009

 A.T.T.A.C.K.!  Assaulting Thoughtfully:

Tactical Advice for Charging with Knights.  

These articles are an attempt to give beginners and intermediate players some tools with which they can improve their playing skills, in the form of basic principles and maneuvers you can use with your cavalry.There is a ton of advice on the net about how to write army lists, and on which units to use against which opponents, but very little of it shows you how to do that, so I decided to make some diagrams. 

Some of it is more for competitive games, some of it is more general. If there are longer bits of theory, I will put the conclusions in big text so you can just skim over the text and still get the basic point.

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 30 June 2009 )
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A.T.T.A.C.K. - Combat 101 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Skavenslayer   
Thursday, 11 June 2009

A.T.T.A.C.K.! Assaulting Thoughtfully: Tactical Advice for Charging with Knights.  

These articles are an attempt to give beginners and intermediate players some tools with which they can improve their playing skills, in the form of basic principles and maneuvers you can use with your cavalry.There is a ton of advice on the net about how to write army lists, and on which units to use against which opponents, but very little of it shows you how to do that, so I decided to make some diagrams. 

Some of it is more for competitive games, some of it is more general. If there are longer bits of theory, I will put the conclusions in big text so you can just skim over the text and still get the basic point.

 

 

 

Parental advisory: this next bit contains a bit of theory and even –gasp!- some numbers.Surprised Casual gamers (those who like to just charge anything and see what happens) are advised to go to the next article, which will have more pictures.

 

Last Updated ( Thursday, 15 October 2009 )
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A.T.T.A.C.K. Introduction PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Skavenslayer   
Thursday, 11 June 2009

A.T.T.A.C.K.! Assaulting Thoughtfully: Tactical Advice for Charging with Knights.  

These articles are an attempt to give beginners and intermediate players some tools with which they can improve their playing skills, in the form of basic principles and maneuvers you can use with your cavalry.There is a ton of advice on the net about how to write army lists, and on which units to use against which opponents, but very little of it shows you how to do that, so I decided to make some diagrams. 

Some of it is more for competitive games, some of it is more general. If there are longer bits of theory, I will put the conclusions in big text so you can just skim over the text and still get the basic point.  

Hopefully this will be the beginning of a series (if life doesn't get in the way as usualWink).

 
Last Updated ( Thursday, 18 June 2009 )
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