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  1. I bought it, I'm happy. Its not terribly expensive, i like having bound rule books instead of having to reference pdfs. The card update is handy. Is it a must have? No Is it nice, yes.
  2. Obviously he needs a hmg and a ml on the same profile, costing 4 swc makes it fair. ;-)
  3. I've ended the game turn 1 a few times by approaching while masked.
  4. Because not having a visor lets him shoot through white noise at visored troops? (Danavas anyone?). But yes generally the visor has a larger range of applications, though costs more... seems somewhat balanced..
  5. Though if scylla is discovered did the "user reveal herself"? I agree if scylla does something to reveal herself it drops.
  6. I don't see why scylla would be forced to drop cybermask if she is discovered. As you said that isn't a cancellation clause. Cybermask is cancelled if the user enters a null state, disabled state, or isolated, or if she uses a new supportware.
  7. Yah, I'm unaware of any dependancy between their marker states, other than initially entering, if able. If you declare an attack, only the models that attack would reveal, models that cannot perform a action idle when g:synched and idle does not reveal a marker state.
  8. Sorry, i misunderstood your question. Please read the wiki: http://wiki.infinitythegame.com/en/Repeater Under repeater + impersonation/hiding "Hackers cannot use a repeater carried by an enemy trooper in marker state."
  9. Show me a hacking program that isn't a comms attack? Last i knew you couldn't target friendly (impersonating) models with an attack?
  10. Ack Painful! I don't know why I didn't think about a reserve intruder! That first turn was painful!
  11. I think your last paragraph nicely answers your first, adding the mission as well. If you haven't seen it before a local forumite has an odds calculator for infinity, which i use a lot to see how lucky, or not, i was. http://inf-dice.ghostlords.com/n3/ Krizas, intruders, geckos, pretty much everything are great, when they fit the list and mission. Very few things in infinity are bad. The intruder can be more powerful under ideal circumstances, but he's more vulnerable to crits and counters, and he takes more orders to create ideal circumstances because he needs smoke, and is slower. He's also externally dependant on smoke sources which can also die. The Kirza is independent, and arguably more efficient. But he trades away raw power, and protections afforded by marker state. Hes harder to counter, but his ideal circumstances are not as good as the intruders normal rolls against zeroed out opponents.
  12. While i agree in theory, the dossier spoiled had a ML. I hope they get one because that would be sweet, even if that profile lost full auto.... Also can't agree more with @Mothman. Kirza is a fire support monster, but lacks tools to fill other roles, and can be very vulnerable during reactive. Swast is a tool box, being decent but not amazing at fire support. The hmg is imo the most lack luster swast, it lacks tools like a direct template or koalas, and isn't any better at fire support then a brigada.
  13. You can get "nomad" tinbots in the riotgrrl box or the swasts box. I doubt anyone really would object to using whatever you want, tinbots don't actually take up any space on the board, they're just cute representations of equipment that the model carries. Eventually CB might make a combi + tinbot brigada blister. But until then, proxy, split boxes, or convert.
  14. There isn't a wrong option. The thoras can do FO secrets which normally are easier and viable from range. As said they're better guards, at least imo. Daikinis are better clutch specialists, though healing is less reliable. Sometimes i take 2 of each depending on how my list forms.
  15. I guess mainly i dont feel the need to recite information that i think is public unless asked. For instance i don't tell my opponent my interventor is bs 11, unless asked. If i was asked "who are your possible LTs?" I would candidly tell. And its not from an attempt to "hide" it, i just am rather literal and assume people mean what they ask. If while talking to them i find out that the case was they had no idea who the lt could be, not a slip and not remembering whether a profile had a lt variant, i would discuss that too.