Were you charging? In multiple on one combat, Harlies go down real quick.
Alternatively, bring down the first comps.y and laugh as they fail to bring down 5 terminators.
Harlequins are definitely strong but a Scout list should be able to hold its own.
As I mentioned, I haven't rolled so many 6s to hit. In a combat of 3 Scouts vs 1 Harlequin, I rolled a 6 and 2 5s, and the Scout player got 2 1s and a 3. He had horrible luck, and kept losing combat (but never breaking), while I kept rolling 2s and 3s to wound. At the same time, I kept rolling break and bottle tests *just* within the bounds of what I could take. But I was on him in 2 turns, thanks to those flip belts, and then it all came down to who had more dice. And in one v. one fights, I had the advantage. Weren't too proud to jump on Downed Scouts either.
If it weren't for the flippies, the Prismatic Blur rule, and the number of attacks, it would have been a lot closer.
Edited by Interrogator-Chaplain Ezra, Yesterday, 10:43 PM.