Then and Now (30K vs 40K)
Then and Now (30K vs 40K)
The latest from Forge World is out and it is more Horus Heresy.
While the models I plan on getting for my Word Bearers army are still not finalised I at least have gotten the fluff behind them all sorted now.
The new Imperial Armour book replaces the very first Imperial Armour book from WAY back! From Forge World: Imperial Armour Volume One – Second Edition: Imperial Guard is a book dedicated to the fighting vehicles of the Imperial Guard; the steel-clad behemoths that rumble and clank their way across the battlefields of the far future, unleashing fire and shell at the enemies of Mankind. Inside this 294-page book, the full panoply of Imperial Guard armoured vehicles are displayed in exhaustive detail, including profiles and rules for over fifty tanks, support vehicles, artillery pieces and super-heavy vehicles, alongside extensive background material on these war machines, their munitions and manufacture. In addition to the wealth of information, colour profiles and photographs, the book also includes a full army list that allows you to field the sledgehammer of Imperial military power: the Imperial Guard Armoured Battlegroup. Also included are rules for some of the most famous Tank Aces of the Imperium including General Grizmund of the 1st Narmenian Armoured Regiment These books are always great, but the Horus Heresy book has certainly raised the bar.
The Imperial Defense Line has been released as separate pieces.
Hi all, in a break from Space Wolves, I thought I would join the herd in celebrating the arrival of 6th. Cover shot of the Collectors Edition ‘leatherette’ case I had put down coin for the collectors edition.
DEATHWOLF Includes a full set of wallpapers for your laptop, PC and mobile devices. THE STORY In the heavens above Luetin Hive, Erik Morkai’s Space Wolves clash with dark eldar raiders, jump-pack clad Blood Claws taking the battle to the aliens’ own infernal airships. But the war will be decided by Morkai himself as he challenges the aliens’ sinister leader to single combat. ‘Deathwolf oozes atmosphere and delivers a pulse-pounding glimpse into the heart of battle on a hive world.’ – Dave Bradley, Editor, SFX
The Black Library has released two new items, and both are eBooks.
The Betrayer My father has been in town all month, he leaves Tuesday morning; we have been running a BFG campaign to determine the fate of the Denari system. I must say after personally playing about 14 games of BFG in the last 4 weeks I don’t understand why any fan of 40k is not playing this game. It is an absolute blast to play and really easy to learn. So far the forces of the Imperium have been brutalized at the hands of Chaos and Eldar pirates, but the Eldar do not discriminate and have manhandled the forces of Chaos as well. Damned pointy eared bastards! That said the title most deadly ship goes to the Repulsive class Grand Cruiser the Betrayer. Holy crap this ship has single handedly killed or crippled a total of 13 cruisers with one salvo from its weapons batteries and lances. To top it off the ship has not been crippled once in the entire campaign. I will be posting pics from the final two or three games sometime tomorrow.