Orks in Kill Team are a ridiculously underpowered army compared to what some can do. Home; YouTube; Gallery; Patreon; Painting Services; Monday, July 30, 2018. I've been getting sneaky, and clocking in at 90-95 points, and playing for a tie. Orks have a couple of decent shooting options although they pale in comparison to every other army. As in what boxes to get to fill out a decent KT with Orks? Plus you can take as many as you want, although I don't run more than 2 or 3 in any given list. Kill Team: Commanders is an expansion for Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team, introducing elite war leaders and experts in the art of battle – Commanders. Instead, hide your boys in ruins or behind cover or some sort and bait out your opponent with your burnas and/or nobs (preferrably also in cover). Little sparse on commander details but that’s easy enough to figure out yourself. I have tried a couple horde-ish Chaos Cultists Chaos Space Marines teams and found it isn't hard for an opponent to remove 2-3 a round with another 2-3 being flesh wounded and easily shaken locked the rest of the game. However games mechanics wise it can be any model other than an ork boy because no respecting Nob is gunna take orders from a boy. Subscribe to get the very latest - news, promotions, hobby tips and more from Games Workshop. Good tactics synergy - I don't see this talked about very much, but Orks gain a lot from smart tactics use. Kommandos can also help camp late game. 1 x Gunner Boy - Rokkit. It is definitely meta shifting, being able to hide a group of cultists and swarm attack is much easier and reliable to pull off. How did you get him to shoot 8 times that sounds amazing I can’t seem to get him past 3/4 times at most. Both are cheap commander options that can protect your boys at the cost of some CPs, but honestly I'm not sure it's worth the CP cost on either one. Take a Lvl 3 Strategist Big Mek for the following perks: Mission-Critical Mastermind: Your kill team cannot be broken while this model is on the battlefield. So, deploy your less important units first, and try to bait them into deploying wrong. Press J to jump to the feed. KILL TEAM news, resources and reviews. Mostly I am just goingto take model from my collection and put them all into their own Kill team collection. Usually based on the hulks of destroyed Imperial and Chaos Cruisers, Kill Kroozers are protected by heavy prow armour and primarily armed with lots of Gunz and Heavy Gunz, with some also adding Torpedo Launchas to their arsenal.. Currently playing heretic astartes with a bunch of cultists myself and looking to start orks next. Grot Shield makes your important guys more survivable, Dakka Dakka Dakka makes Burnas and (maybe) Lootas an actual threat, and Insane Bravery is a godsend late game. In Kill Team large numbers can be a bit of a double edged sword, but you can cause some target priority issues for your opponent especially early on. Here, you’ll find a link to every Kill Team Focus so far. Also the thing has 6 wounds and a 4+ save so your opponent will have to dedicate some serious firepower to take him out. Tried Arena and I did surprisingly well against an all primaris deathwatch list. One boy can become a... Boss Nob - A bigger, meaner boy with more melee and ranged options. this brings me to 100 points - sometimes ill take a burna as zealot instead of the heavy gunner. If you don't kill the target and they fall back out of melee, it's great to have a fresh ork ready to charge back in and tie them down rather than a pile of orks who are left exposed and incapable of charging back in. Space Marines: When fighting a kill team of the Imperium's mascots, it's generally advised to avoid close combat like the plague; only a melee oriented Exarch will perform adequately against them, while even an unspecialized Space Marine can simply flick your average Storm Guardian's head to remove it from existence. 2 x Boyz - Shootas. This drastically increases your chances for making those 9 and 10 inch charges which can be crucial to get early on. A blog dedicated to my Warhammer 40k Ork army, as well as my other endevours: Dark Angels, Tau, and Orcs & Goblins. Subject: [SWA] Outfitting an Ork Kill team. In general you want to use your numbers advantage to put pressure on all sides of the board, and force your opponent to move their models away from each other and out of position. Ideally, you spend your first five or so deployments getting them to commit a valuable model just to get a good shot a a boy or even grot you've "accidentally" deployed in a suboptimal spot. In today’s Kill Team Focus, we’re looking at the unique charms of an Orks kill team, as well as checking out the units and Tactics you’ll be able to use… Orks kill teams are really versatile, with five different units to draw their team members from – from the ‘umble Ork Boy to dakka-spraying Lootas . A subreddit dedicated to Warhammer 40000 specialist game, Kill Team. Let's check out which units play to our strengths and/or mitigate our weaknesses: Boyz - A tried and true staple of many an Ork team. Lead by example and your combat spec tactic is one of the hugest power plays your team can make attacking with 3 huge hitters before your opponent responds. Chances are your opponent will want to either get closer and risk putting themselves out of position, or move away because they're scared. 2d6 at 9"), take each roll separately (do not add the values together) and for each 5+ rolled, take a mortal wound. Big Mek/Painboy - These two fill similar roles so I'm putting them together. PICK FIGHTS YOU CAN WIN - Even though they're generally good in melee, there's still some close combat fights Orks lose. Genestealer Cults. You can have three specialists and should account for that. Subscribe . The Killzone box sets have what I consider to be the bare minimum amount of terrain for Kill Team, any less and you'll be at a big disadvantage. Most Ork vehicles look fast and fragile, a means to reach the enemy. <3 ++ Kill Team List (Orks) [125pts] ++ Leader + Kommando Boss Nob [16pts]: Deathskulls, Power Klaw . But hey, if you think orks are awsome, fair and good, by all means. You can do okay with Kommandos, grots, and burnas. Nobs. Adeptus Mechanicus. I like. Hey guys, long time hobbyist, painter, wannabe gamer. Aura of 5++ Extra CP. Leader - Kommando Boss Nob - Power Klaw and Combi Flamer. In Kill team, base size is especially important for melee-focused models, I’d argue it’s at least a notable advantage. He's the only Ork commander that can take the Strategist specialism, which gives you another CP per turn. this stops people sniping your leader and you losing that extra CP per turn. One kommando can become a... Kommando Boss Nob - Basically a boss nob with all the benefits of being a Kommando, although you lose the ability to take a big choppa and all of the ranged options the normal nob has. I picked up Kill Team, and want to build an ork KT, could anyone please advise if this is a decent KT, as I've never actually played a game, so can only go from rule of cool. Honestly I've never seen anyone play orks before but it sounds like fighting them would be fun. Lootas seem pretty terrible on paper and you have to do some work to make taking one a viable option. Again, don't bother with the Big Mek's ranged options. Orcs are really bad at shooting in Kill team, and adding cover and long range to this, they are probably the worst. 6 x Grotz (gotta love a meat shield) A subreddit dedicated to Warhammer 40000 specialist game, Kill Team. They're also the only models that have access to the Comms specialism, which is useful for mitigating some of your morale issues via their level 1 tactic, and he can use the +1 to hit on himself to have a better chance of doing something with his gun (or to help a Loota out). Bad shooting - 5+ BS is the norm. Their melee capabilities become a bit more scary with the zealot specialism, and the demo specialism helps them in flushing out units hiding in ruins or behind cover. Good to have you aboard. Can't buff yourself with comms. Kombi-skorcha is a must there. With a tiny number of models per side, there was no need to play with unpainted figures (a personal pet peeve of mine). tactic, which lets you roll 3d6 on the charge and discard the lowest for all of the models around him. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. It may take a turn or two before you can find a good opportunity to strike. Melee is your home. You'll often get more mileage out of tactics like DDD, Insane Bravery, Decisive Move, Up and At 'Em!, and Grot Shield to name a few. After reading this, I am going to pull the trigger and get to krumpin! Numbers - Like normal 40k, having more numbers means more wounds, more bodies to hold objectives, and more dice to roll. In Kill Team large numbers can be a bit of a double edged sword, but you can cause some target priority issues for your opponent especially early on. I hear that concerning Morale. Kommandos - Similar to boys but they have a 6" move and a -1 to hit when obscured. This is the first time I've written up something like this so please be critical in the comments. The first team is Boyz and a Nob, and they go straight for the closest enemy, cover be damned. The close quarter nature of the maps seems like a decent power swing for orks in particular since it allows you to sidestep their biggest weakness. "Bait" may have been the wrong word. Even if you only get the charge with 1 model that's still enough to disable their shooting. Edit: Turns out that got an errata, so I think there’s more of an argument for equipping your comms guy with a Big Shoota for the extra hits. One more tip I feel is worth mentioning - You can draw the enemy offsides during the deployment phase. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. If you want, you can instead climb down, spending movement for the vertical drop. I think this sort of play is why orks are percieved to be weak even though they have good options. Page 1 of 2 - Kill Team Tactica: Orks - posted in + Kill Team +: Hello I have tried to find some Killteam info. 2 x Burner Boyz. We’ll be posting a new one every day for the next couple of weeks – so check back each day to learn more when your faction goes live. Forum adverts like this one are shown to any user who is not logged in. Great write up...wish we had one of these for every faction. Breaking is a very real risk which can make you auto-lose some missions. Cookies help us deliver our Services. If they're running away then you can hide your models near an objective and start getting points uncontested. Grots - Does anyone actually call them Gretchin? Limited options - Some of your options are just straight-up bad or outclassed. If you find that your boys are being shot off the table regularly on turn 1, you may be putting them out of position or there isn't enough terrain on the table. 3x Ork Boy [6pts] ++ Total: [100pts] ++ Shooting with an ork list in KILL TEAM. Shooty Ork strategies that work in 40k just don't work in Kill Team, you don't have enough models and DDD is a tactic instead of an army-wide special rule. Just played against orks for the first time, i personally dont like it, its too cringe with them dieing like flies, makes me feel bad for my opponent. If you're hiding around objectives then you can often get you opponent to move out of position from their own objectives, especially vs kill teams with low model counts. We've got a fun Kill Team Battle Report this week with John. Ahhhhh, that makes sense. This is where I really choose my matchups carefully, and if I'm gonna win outright, it's these guys who will carry the day. Melee-wise you can keep the choppa to get 4 S5 attacks, which isn't too shabby, or you could take a Big Choppa or a Power Klaw. Again, this isn't necessarily a competitive guide, but it should give you pointers for performing well with Orks in casual/league play. Hey, thanks so much for the excellent write-up! Press J to jump to the feed. Most missions detail that in the case of a tie, the player with the lower force wins. I go for boys since I prefer having more bodies. I will kindly disagree. So we've established what Orks are and aren't good at. Lootas - Similar to burnas but instead of the discount flamer you get a discount autocannon. Though I wouldn't have to drop the grot as I'm 4 points in the green (pun intended) by not upgrading boss gun right? In Kill Team, obscured foes – that’s anyone who’s hiding behind cover – are much harder to hit. This message was edited 1 time. Capitalize on your opponent's mistakes by punishing with a counter charge. Anyway, just my thoughts. In my opinion, a good ork list will include a fair number of boys or kommandos, a couple of burnas, 1-2 grots, a grot leader, 2 specialist nobs, and a comms spanner/burna specialist. Big Choppas are fairly good at wiping out most infantry and Primaris marines (with some luck of course), while the Klaw hits on 4s but has higher strength and better AP. The attack squig costs the same as a boy and does less, so hard pass. Join us by filling out a tiny 3 field form and you will get your own, free, dakka user account which gives a good range of benefits to you: No adverts like this in the forums anymore. I love the orks but I hear from many that they are bad and don’t fit into kill team well. You can unsubscribe at any time You can also take up to 2 nobs which are some of the best melee units in Kill Team. Ork Killa Kroozer. If you dropped a Gretchin and made him a Loota with the Heavy specialization, and then used the More Bullets and Dakka Dakka Dakka strategems he could be shooting up to 8 times per turn and get quite a lot more hits in. Me, I am staying away from the Kommandos simply because they are resin. Times and dates in your local timezone. I am planning to set a few Burna boys aside for a kill team. You should submit a post with Ork tactics and strategy :). In the first of this week’s focuses on the new expansion, we’re treating you to a look at the full contents so you can start planning your new additions straight away! There are very few units that can contest Orks in close combat, and since most armies will go for a ranged focused strategy, you'll dominate the fight phase for the most part. If the grot leader bothers you, then a nob leader is an okay choice, although it'll attract more fire than usual (and they already attract a lot fire). Orks are fairly CP hungry so getting 2 per turn is ideal. I've been having some success with Orks in my local league, and since the general consensus is that Orks are a low tier faction, I figured I'd share some of my strategies with them. Nice write up. I also feel that Orks get a bad rap, but have played well so far in my hands. Warp Charged Gaming 6,296 views. Drukhari r/killteam: A subreddit dedicated to Warhammer 40000 specialist game, Kill Team. I don't play Orks but can give you some general feedback: First, Orks have the lowest accuracy, so if you want any Ork shooting to be effective you want to be rolling lots of dice to get at least some hits in. Burnas - Pay twice the cost of boy for a boy with a flamer that does d3 autohits instead of d6. Page 2 of 2 - New Kill Team - Orks - posted in = ORKS =: Thanks for the help! And get a weapon reload if you're facing fast mellee armies often. My plan is to build an ork Killteam and then hopefully still be motivated to paint a 40K ork army. Sneaky meta game is sneaky. 40:52. on Orks but without any luck. There are however a few sneaky things you can do. Another thing that's worked well for me - My general strategy has been to make three "teams." Hiding them well will often force your opponent to put their units in a bad position to kill them, allowing you to counter-charge with your boys. A Heavy Loota can put out a pretty respectable amount of firepower with More Bullets and Dakka Dakka Dakka, and if you're playing in a campaign, a level 3 Heavy Loota can put out 3d3 shots that hit on 4s rerolling 1s with a nearby Comms spanner for 3 CP (DDD and Overwhelming Firepower, doable on turn 1 with a Strategist Commander). 12-16 models is a good number to shoot for, and it may be worthwhile to include a heavy loota in your roster for the surprise dakka option. Both have aura tactics which boost the survivability of your models and both have decent melee options (although the Painboy certainly has the edge with his Power Klaw). Bringing a comms spanner along is generally a good idea in most matchups. Okay. In 40k we have mob rule but this is sadly not the case in Kill Team. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Good melee - Ork boys are cheap and have 3 S4 attacks (with choppas at least), which is pretty good vs most T3/T4 infantry. The third team is camping grots, who present a Catch 22 for the opponent - usually they don't have an opportunity to deal with them until the end of the game, and for some factions, it's hard to remove the grots without exposing units or even abandoning objectives. It will make things much easier. I picked up Kill Team, and want to build an ork KT, could anyone please advise if this is a decent KT, as I've never actually played a game, so can only go from rule of cool. This week, Nick joins us in the studio for a great game of Orks vs Tyranids! Modeling, converting, gaming, tactics and more! I really love Orks and it's unfortunate that they aren't in a good position in Kill Team. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. All of the melee options are viable, but if you take the klaw I'd recommend making the nob a Combat specialist so you get the bonus attack. In progressive scoring missions, you should always be scoring points with your grots. Nerve tests and breaking. I'll get into this more when I talk about the units. Make sure you aren't able to draw a line from one side of the board to the other without hitting some sort of terrain piece along the way. Frag cannons are also very gross and should be avoided if at all possible, although a smart pile in move or counter charge may disable it for a turn if you can manage it. Get a started ork kill team box (5 burnas) A box of 10 grots A box of 10 boys A box of 5 kommandos. pretty much, to illustrate my point, i decimated an thousand suns player today while only loosing 3 models because I played to the objectives, made sure to only go into melee to tie up his units before committing the big guns and using my superior numbers to control the board and where he could go. That's about all I have to say. Leader - Kommando Boss Nob - Power Klaw and Combi Flamer. It's a stressful team to play but it's a lot of fun. Stagger charges. Astra Militarum. The Emperor's most secretive demon-killing battalion have taken a break from their Warp-slaying duties this week, and David set their sights on the infamous Ork legion commanded by Drake! The choppa/slugga loadout is the obvious take here since you'll likely be hitting on 6s with shootas, making the extra melee attack on the choppa more likely to come into play. I like running this guy with a Klaw and the combat specialism for the extra attack, although there is something to be said for making him a veteran for the extra move tactic. Orks are solid! ), and brand-new Tactics and Mission cards. I am planing to get a: box of Ork Boyz (all slugga boyz), box of Gretchin aka Grots (don't have options that I am aware of) and a box of Loota/Burna Boyz (I don't know the best way to model them). Morale - Orks are utterly garbage in the morale phase which makes them difficult and unforgiving to play. These guys exploit their movement, cover, and the distraction of the Boyz to hit the opponents where it hurts. Avoid ork boy gunners, I cannot think of a single saving grace for them. It may seem like a hard pass at first but if you combine them with some of the tactics I mentioned above, they can be surprisingly annoying models that serve well in holding objectives and flanking around the board. 1d4chan has a write up for every faction. 2 x Kommando. it gives me flexibility, it gives me melee, dakka and board control. Thanks. See p43. He starts with a Big Choppa/Kustom Shoota and that's a pretty ideal starting loadout. Today in my faction focus, we're looking at what all of the models do and why you might want to have them in your command roster. Some swear by giving the boss nob a kombi-skorcha but I'm not sure it's worth the points, especially since the boss nob has a 6+ save and will draw lots of fire. This article is bad and may or may not require deleting. They're not half bad in melee either with 2 S4 AP-1 attacks. Plus you'll still have a shot with the pistol at range, which is better than nothing. Primaris Reivers are seemingly designed to hard counter orks, I would try to either charge in with a Nob or spend some CP and burn them with burnas, and even then it's tough. With this Tactic on your side, you’ll be able to ensure your mining lasers hit home. Plus you can reroll failed charges! ), Indiscriminate Dakka (again, nasty on Burnas), and Waaagh! Back when dinosaurs ruled the earth, my favorite flavor of 40k was Kill Team, a set of rules that GW's specialist games put out for squad-level skirmishes. I keep mine cheap with a Big Choppa and the Veteran specialism so that he doesn't run the risk of being shaken. I'd like to hear what y'all think in case I missed something as well! Consider making one of your grots the Leader and hide him away to get that sweet sweet 1 extra CP. Review the general, specialist, and Ork specific strategems and try to tailor your list to suit those. I like to send 3-4 models along the sides of the board to contest an objective or put pressure on units that they hid away behind cover. For specialists do I just pick three characters to give skills to - leader and two others? Unless you really, really want to kill something or if you feel that you need the AP-3 in your list, the Power Klaw is optional. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Orks. Kill Team or Kill-Team refers to a singular form of squad organisation, closely related to the universe of Warhammer 40,000.But anyone known to role-playing are familiar with the concept.. For example, the Rokkit guy is probably only going to hit once per game. boss nob with kombi scorcha and big choppa - demolitions - 16 points, gunner boy - big shoota - heavy - 7 points. USE YOUR TACTICS - Like I've been saying, Orks have very effective tactics that they can utilize. You've sold me on an ork team sir, great write up! We have the tools to work against most things. Two boys can become gunners but I don't see any cases where is a good idea, you're better off saving the points to take more boys. Adeptus Astartes. Don't waste CP on a tactical reroll unless you really, really, think you need it. While orks are extremely versatile and can be played almost in any flavor, ork boyz are probably the most versatile and most useful unit in the Ork army. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. It's definitely an investment and probably not worth running in serious games (you can't in matched play anyways), but the pocket Loota strat is super funny and surprisingly effective vs unwary opponents. The other specialisms tend to be "win more" imo, since he'll floor near anything in combat anyway. !Goffik Rocker!! Then you deploy your other 8 models to exploit their deployment. I played my first game of Kill Team Arena today, it is much easier to control line of sight during the first few turns. The Ork Kill Kroozer is as close to a "standard" type of cruiser as Orks get. Since Orks are a CP hungry faction, I think Strategist is the best one to take overall. Spanners - You can take up to 6 of these guys for some reason.

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