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Saim Hann Eldar - now with based heavies!

Heavies are finally on their bases.
Falcons



 Vampire Hunter Bomber


 Nightwing Interceptors


 Night Spinners Artillery




 Scorpion Heavy Grav Tank





Ongoing project, which saw their first outing last night (2-1 draw), and a brutal amount of close combat vs Graham's Eldar! Yes, civil was definitely uncivil!
All 6mm, Games Workshop.
Silver Spears Aspect Warriors





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 "Look at the size of this thing!"
 Eldar Ranger Scouts



Saim Hann Cheiftain, a converted Exarch



What do you do with the bases of the Silver Spears? Well, use them as anti-tank obstacles!

And in action!
Deployment!


My red Eldar are nearest, Graham's are furthest!


 Off table reinforcements!

I was out armoured by Graham, here's mine!

First moves...


 Artillery, soon to be mugged by Graham's deep striking Swooping Hawks!


Mark photobombing our game!

That's the shot I was after! I had two pints, Graham had 1 when we ran out of time!


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