Call me a cheater if you want, but I firmly believe sportsmanship starts the moment you open your codex, and if you don't like the score I give you, bring a different army next time. You knew what your army was like when you left the house. Don't come crying to me when you get what you deserve. Who am I to judge your list? The guy empowered by the scorecard with the power to judge your list. As far as I'm concerned, the only person's whose opinion of my army composition that matters is my opponent's. The only person whose opinion of your army composition that matters is me. That's how it is. Don't like it? Tough sh
*t. Stay home, then.
Mauleed: I know we essentially agree. We are both relatively intelligent, thinking adults. 2112, I'm not so sure about. Sounds an awful lot like one of the twelve year olds I mentor most of the time. Good kid, but man, he never knows what he's talking about. At any rate, I look forward to meeting you one day as well. Rest assured, if you beat me fair and square, you'll get a handshake across the table, and an honest, public congratulations for a game well played. I expect the same in return. Hopefully, it'll be at the end of the Eldar challenge, when we'll get to see if you can actually win without crutches. Then again, I'll be playing with your list, so I'll be the one on crutches, and I don't know if I'll savor the win quite as much.
I might have to duplicate the list I give you when we meet, just so we're on even ground.
As for results, well, mine speak for themselves. I may not have seven billion undefeated tournament wins like you do, but then again, I rarely land outside of the top three at any particular tournament (see GW
's website for examples), and I play without training wheels, unlike you.
How many assault cannons are you running in your drop pod list? Yeah, I thought so...