My opponent had three grey knight squads, a Master with terminator retinue, and a terminator squad. That is five units, I had pretty good odds of getting at least one of his kill points. My cheapest was my priest at 105, so I chose the one with my chaplain, as I'd be more cautious with them, and the most models to take away from the priest. My most expensive was double melta assault squad at 225. For my choice, I picked my Dread, seeing has he is embarked half of the time, and is always very survivable. I put the dread as Primary, Priest as secondary and Assault squad as tertiary. I generally sacrifice the melta squad, the dread never dies, and the priest I'll keep back.
I won first turn, and then remembered it was Dawn of war, so I couldn't deploy with my priests in the squads, so I held JPs in reserves, and SR and typhoons come in from board edge. He deploys two squads in his back field, the third will walk on, and the termies are deep striking in.
His Terminator squad deep strikes where my Rec squad had, and peppers them with fire for a few turns. FNP again pulls me through and I ignore them for the most part. His third GK squad fires and assaults into my double melta squad. I'm getting concerned cause they're a KP.
A pretty close game, with a few models alive deciding kill points. My powerfist VV fails yet again, my assault cannon on the SR continues to never rend, and I'm disappointing in my Dread in combat a little. If I had thought about it before hand, I could have been far more aggressive. The Dread in combat earlier could have single handedly taken out a squad, even a termie squad. And I had no reason to keep turbo boosting the SR, I could have been opening fire into the terminators two turns earlier.