lostinnm wrote:Huru MorDae wrote:Then I discovered I reveled in thier pain and it made me play Tau more and more because their crys of cheating and thier inability to adapt amke me gigle on the inside. Ethier that or because my Mentor was a Dark Eldar player I get much satisfaction in the slow torture of my enemy.
This is part of the reason I kept playing my Tau. Most people refused to adapt their strategy to fighting the Tau and hence would lose. Even bringing the same weak but flexible list for months on end most wouldn't adapt to it.
Then I'd pick up my Space Wolves and have an opposing Tau player on the ropes by turn 2 with the victory sealed by turn 3-4. It's not your problem that your opponent refuses to open his eyes to the glaring weaknesses of the codex and exploit them. People lose to the Tau because they are either ignorant or blind to how they work not necessarily because they are cheesy.
Very well said. Most people think that all you need to beat tau is to get us into melee. Admittedly that does work wonders; but pursuing it by blindly running into gunlines is not the way to go about it.