The tournament is over and now we’re able to look at which lists managed to secure a place at the top! Check out what these winners brought in their armies.
Top Warhammer 40k Army Lists: XPZ Last Chancer GT
Thanks to Best Coast Pairings we are able to look back at the event as if we were there ourselves.
If you wanted to see the names and factions of the overall winners, we’ve included that below.
3rd Place: Joel Wilson – Dark Angels
2nd Place: Matthew Green – Grey Knights
1st Place: Junior Aflleje – Drukhari
Junior went for a triple detachment list with the first being a patrol led by Succubi. These leaders provide wound re-rolls to nearby Wych Cult CORE models, making them a great cheap option for a boost in combat efficiency.
Troops add a single unit of Wyches to help grab objectives and of course benefit from the HQ re-rolls. Elites bing in 5 Incubi, which are more melee units that arent wych cult, but do have a boost in melee stats that still make them very good.
The second Detachment is led by a Haemonculus, which has both a heal and Toughness boost for nearby Haemonculus Coven units.
Speaking of which 5 Wracks serve as versatile options that can be boosted by the HQ thanks to being Haemonculus Coven. Elites bring in a total of 8 Grotesques, which are great melee units and of course once again are powered up thanks to the HQ of the detachment.
The 3rd and final detachment is led by an Archon and Drazhar, bringing it full circle with 2 HQs that buff up Incubi and Kabal units. Drazhar is also a machine on his own with great weapons and statline.
Elites include a small squad of 5 Incubi which get nice bonuses from both Drazhar and the Archon, but certainly aren’t a focus of the list.
Finally, there are 3 Raiders each of which can transport troops up the board all while being able to shoot out and protect them.
What do you think about all three of these top 40k army lists from the XPZ Last Chancer GT?
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