From my (limited) personal experience on Eldar teams lately: I see a trend for less braindead zerging and actual proper class rolling (for example people switching off from FD or Lock when they notice there are a few around already or switching to that class when there seem to be none). Locks in general still tend to be too eager to fight but that will come in time I guess. Still a load of Dark Reapers around when they aren't needed but that too will come in time I bet. In regard to the thread: AV and Fire Dragons - Is this one class THE reason why Eldar win so many matches? - Yes, and it's the only way they can win matches outside of the opposing team being completely derp Eldar can't slug things out on equal numbers. They by their balancing nature have to flank and outnumber (on small scale) in order to decide fights for them. Since in defense situations, you can't really run and surrender ground. The only way to hold the ground is to ensure that the respawn of the opposing team has to run a long distance so the pressure lessens and the travel distance by it's nature pulls the enemy team apart so they trickle into the defensive line. If you ever solo defended a point as a scorp, you'll instantly feel what that means On the flipside, the same problem is true for the Eldar and hits them even harder (again due to how things are balanced). If you force the Eldar team to run long distances by taking out the serpents, you get trickling Eldar which die even faster than the other factions.