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The flanking pair of warriors showed up. They managed to get a glancing hit on Mir. Good fucking god, these Gauss rules! They appear to ignore AP and TB with similar damage to say, a lasrifle, and they also inflict 1d10 critical damage. Just right off the bat. Mir is a less happy man after being hit, but is ultimately in fighting condition. Those cheeky xenos!
It was at this point Dwayne revealed his masterstroke: He had been repositioning the Multimelta cannon mounted down the hill. Firing with no proficiency in melta weapons, after spending a fate to reroll the hit, he managed to hit precisely enough to catch both of these sneaky and pernicious skeleton warriors in the blast. And by catch them in the blast I mean he fucking evaporates them. There aren't a whole lot of things that can permanently kill a Necron, but that much overdamage from an Energy based weapon with a blast template? We just relieved two immortal Necrontyr warriors of their posts.
The Commissar passed me by, just as I was considering what to do next. "Charge with me!". Well, I *do* have a chainsword, and I do love the Emperor. And well, I also have no ammo. And by the looks of it, in character at least, these guys are no threat in CC. Like Eldar, except not graceful or fast. After all, our weapons have been passing through them like lumps of metallic butter.
The Wraith gets up again. By this stage we have a highly efficient Wraith killing machine going on between Mir's righteous fury-ing Kraks, and Mir's righteous fury-ing las. I figure they can handle this guy. Ivan is unable to leave melee with it, because it keeps crushing him every time its felled, but that's fine.
I make the charge with the Commissar towards the stairs, and well, I pay the price. One of the warriors gets up, and, after the customary misses, in his vengeance, I take a gauss blast straight to the chest.