The Eldar are the masters of surprise and evasion. Instead of dealing with the enemy head on, they search for the path of least resistance and any weak points within the enemy position. Eldar players can simply wait for the opponent to attack them first and then counterattack them where they least expected, often times far behind the front lines. This strategy is aided by their quick movement speed and exceptional logistics that can transport their units almost anywhere on the battlefield. This also allows Eldar players to conduct hit and run operations against isolated enemy squads and Strategic Points held by the enemy. When encountering a stonewall opposition, they can simply retreat back into the Webway and counterattack them at the opposite end of the map. Their mobility and quick deployment of units applies early in the game. This allows Eldar players to seize control of the map earlier and more efficiently than other factions. With the majority of the map under control, Eldar players can achieve economic supremacy or even victory against their opponent depending on the game setting. The strength of the Eldar increases as the map size enlarges and has more open space. Like the Tau, they can be used to great effect in maps with more choke points and narrow passageways.