AFTER ACTION REPORT
I ended up replacing one Raider of Wyches with 2 min Warrior squads, and moving the Succubus to the other Raider - this ended up paying off big, as you'll see shortly. My opponent was my friend's Necrons, sporting 3 squads of Necron Warriors, a pair of Destroyer squads led by a Heavy Destroyer, a handful of Scarabs, and led by Orikan the Diviner and his retinue of Lychguard.
I got the first turn, and move my Raiders and Fast Attack as far up the board as I could, using the Warrior Raider to screen. This ended up being a good plan, since my opponent massed his fire to shoot the leading transport out of the sky on his turn, but most of the Warriors survived and were probably a greater threat than a squad of Wyches would've been stuck in the open.
Turn 2 my Warriors and Reavers shredded his Scarabs, creating an opening for my Wyches and Succubi crashed into his Necron Warriors, the triple Agonizers making carving them up of them in spite of We’ll Be Back/Reanimation Protocols. Side note - do Agonizers no longer deny Reanimation Protocols? I remember in older editions power weapons were the counter to WBB, but I couldn't find anything similar in the current rules. My Hellions assaulted one Destoyer squad, mostly to silence their guns, but to my surprised did a surprising amount of damage, leaving only the Heavy Destroyer standing.
On my opponent's second turn, his unengaged Destroyer squad carved up a team of Reavers, while the unengaged Necron squad wiped one of the recently dismounted Warrior squads before his HQ charged in. Slaughter ensued, and though my Archon’s Shadow Field and leadership bonus kept the fight from turning to a complete rout, it was clear the Kabalites would fall soon.
At the top of round 3, the rules changes swung in my favor, as the Necron squads broke and ran before my Succubi - I could've sworn they were fearless in the past, but apparently no longer. My Hellions fell back from the Destroyers they had decimated the prior turn to allow my Raider to take down the Heavy, and then plowed into the second Destroyer squad, though this time the Necrons did not die so easily. My remaining Reavers then engaged the last squad of Necron Warriors, preventing them from firing on my exposed Wyches. My opponent responded by finishing off my Warriors and Archon, with Orikan morphing into his monstrous form.
By this point, it was clear that the winner would be decided by the Lychguard vs the Wyches, so I decided to charge in. As Reavers strafed Necron Warriors and Hellions dueled Destroyers on the flanks, my Wyches threw themselves into the enemy HQ. Thankfully their dodge saves nullified most of the power of the enemy Warscythes, but the squad was all but demolished before the Succubi to eventually grind them down. Orikan himself was the the last model standing before finally succumbing to the weight of numbers. Victory for the Nightmare Kabal!
Please let me know if there is anything that seems amiss in my retelling - we're still fairly new to 8th so its possible we forgot some rules