Sadly bereft I (and many other tread heads) would say I'm sure.
Whether it be the huge hitting power of the Super Heavies or the massed cavalry style charges and pincer movements of Leman Russ or Predator tanks, the Guard love their armour.
My Lucky Sevens are lucky indeed to count on the support of two Super Heavy Companies and a Predator Company, along with some supporting detachments.
Whilst the foot sloggers are slogging towards their objectives and the Artillery are laying down a hail of barrage fire, the Armour can take the fight right to the enemy. Unless of course it's a Super Heavy - they'll be trundling along at the same speed as the Infantry!
|An armoured spearhead reclaims the ruins of the city!|
|Predator Company - not bad on speed and firepower although their CAF isn't fantastic. Good for flanking the enemy and laying down supporting fire.|
|Not what dug in troops want to see bearing down on them... Baneblades have a large CAF and can't be pinned in close combat by anything smaller than other Super Heavies.|
|Stormblades were a relatively new addition and perform an anti-Titan role. In fact they mount a Titan weapon - the deadly Plasma Blastgun. Various missile racks provide anti-infantry and anti-tank support too - pretty nasty if fired off in one go!|