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Philadelphia

I think that Guard is great in theory hammer but actually playing a successful mech vet list is not as easy as it sounds. I know several players who tried it a few times and then went back to marines.

Most of the solid Mech Vet lists seem to have placed highly however so I think it will show up well in the hands of skilled generals.

Much like Eldar, if you know how to play it, you can do very well but it is not an army that plays itself at all so its very easy to suck with guard.

Big Troy, The Samurai Gunslinger of South Philly

Dystopian Wars fleets: KoB, EotBS, Prussian, FSA
Firestorm Armada Fleets: Sorellian

Current 5th ed WL record
Salamander Marines 22-3(Local) GT Circuit 2-0-1
Mech Vet Guard 54-8-4 (local) 5-1 Ard Boyz


 
   
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Olympus Mons

Vulkun was the star at our store. 4 guard armies, 5 Deamons and lots of vulkun.

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2000? (Almost all 2nd ed.)
I think that about covers it. For now. 
   
 
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