For everyone that likes Warhammer 40k Tabletop and Dawn of War Games or anything to do with Warhammer 40K.
Just another pattern folks.
we have so many patterns we are like the seamtresses of guns!
is there a pattern that is useful in small numbers?
what, like the .45 calibre machinguns guant's ghosts use in that refinery?
effective in small numbers, but not really a "lasgun"
Depends on the situation. I guess you could say that the Long Las is useful in small numbers, but at distant ranges. In closer quarters, there's a lasgun pattern that has double clips for extra sustained fire in full auto.
Hellguns are good in small numbers too, but only specials get to use them, if I remember correctly, they're actually stronger than Bolters...so yes, they are quite decent in small numbers.
yeah, hellguns are the BOMB, but you need a shitton of ammo, or that like half ton backpack for reserve
i've always been a fan of the special weapons that guardsmen find or mod or are at least rare, like bolt action rifles or something
Theoretically why doesn't the Imperium of Man arm all of the guardsmen with hellguns? At least 50% of them? Is the Imperium poor? :)
they can't because alot of planets can't make them..
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what benefits does this pattern have over the others?
What is the most powerful lasgun pattern for imperial guardsmen? Excluding snipers, kasrkins, stormtroopers, and other elite or specialist units.
Well from what I know the "Lucius pattern, no. 98" used by the DKOK. It operates with a higher engery level than other lasguns.
That's before putting in a hotshot power cell. Seeing as the Kantrael M36 used by the Cadians on full power can pierce Space Marine helmets and the Lucius 98 is even more powerful...
Can't expect anything less from Space German engineering! :D
GOTTA LOVE DEM SPACE GERMANS! FUR DEN KAISAR!
here is your standard issue laser pointe-er i mean "lasgun" good luck di-er i mean serving the EMPRAH!
Ah yes... The pee shooter is the technical term for what Orks call them.
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