Another day, another test spin with Terminus. This time, I tried Terminus at the FLGS, where I got to play against eThags and some shredder spam. I was running:
full Revenant Crew
Kenny was running eThags and 19 shredders. 19 shredders!
He won the rolls, and basically ran as many toward me as he could, with eThags shedding fury in the process. I advanced a tad more cautiously - 19 shredders is an awful lot of beasts, especially on feat turn. (As an odd note, this is the second time in a row using Terminus where his feat did basically no good - stupid soulless Legion beasts.)
eThags and the shredder rush slows down a little bit - a full run will put them at charge range, and he really, really, really wants to get the charge off. The skarlock and Terminus immolate a few shredders, with an assist from Rengrave. Lot of pirates and Blackbanes run up, and basically turn themselves into undead tough speedbumps.
The shredder rush begins in earnest, though a ridiculous number of my undead make their tough rolls. One lucky pirate made something like three tough rolls in a row, as eThags tried to kill him. Obviously, this is a turn when eThags pops feat, and, at the end, I am down almost all of the Blackbanes (lost incorporeal when making free strikes, and totally worth it), and more than half of the revenant crew. On my turn, I get back my revenant crew, and decide to just go for the assassination, since eThags is within charge range.
Terminus charges over 5 shredders (man, do I love flight!), and, thanks to his big honking sword of death, combined with Malediction, drops the blighted ogrun with focus to spare.
This one could have gone very badly for me. Kenny concentrated a bit too much on the undead, and I made a lot more tough rolls than I had any right to make. And, to be honest, if Terminus had failed to kill eThags, it would not have mattered what else I did that turn - eThags would have eaten my giant undead killing machine.