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Forgeworld has just released a set of three Space Marine crew, all in older armor marks.
Kromlech has released an awesome Orc Desert Raider.
Unless you play in some very unusual metas, you will realize that 40k is certainly a game about vehicles.
More Necron info guys: Okay, let’s add a few more points of clarity for a few units: Crypteks vs. (basic) Lords in the ‘Royal Court’: both have more like squad leader stats then character stats (1 wound each for example) with both of their base points are in the exact same range as an IG Commissar, for example. However, all of the upgrades for these guys clock in the 5 to 45 point range (each option) with probably a 15 point median for their gear, so you can imagine that these guys will very quickly eat up your points if you give them many (or any) upgrades. The Lords have access to 4 Weapon upgrade options (Warschythe, Gauntlet of Fire, Hyperphase Sword & Voidblade) and 5 wargear-esque options (Sempirternal Weaev, Mindshackle Scarabs, Tesseract labyrinth, Ressurection Orb & Phase Shifter). Of all those weapons and upgrades only the Rez Orb benefits the unit. The rest of the upgrades just give the Lord extra benefits in combat or armor save. So really, if you’re looking to make the Lord improve a unit by leading it, besides adding some CC punch to the unit your only real choice is the Rez Orb and the Rez Orb is on the high end of the points scale for their wargear so it isn’t exactly a steal to get a Rez Orb into a unit (which for those who aren’t keeping up boosts their Resurrection Protocols to a 4+). Crypteks can be taken plain jane if you wanted (with only a Staff of Light), but if you want to upgrade them at all, then you have to select a ‘discipline’ that they follow. There are five disciplines to pick from and each one costs some amount of points to take, with the only benefit being that you get an upgraded weapon instead of the staff of light that fits into that discipline’s role.
Firstly the latest rumour from Stickmonkey on Warseer. Preorders for Necrons go up week of Oct. 23rd. You will be disappointed that some models only get converted to finecast. You will be happy with “new” old models. Big Necron model is more impressive than I thought, visually. Hope it has rules to back it up. Here’s the round up compiled from Blood of Kittens. Necrons Author : Mat Ward for the bulk of the codex, but two others were involved before him. Release Schedule Wave 1: Immortals, Tomb Spiders, Destroyers (parts are new), Necromancer (Rumoured MC?) Wave 2: Wraiths, Repackaged Warriors (now 10 with extra coloured rods), whatever else.
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The 6×6 Rapid Assault Vehicle that showed up in July continues to be worked on by the guys over at Secret Weapon . Here are their latest 3d Renders.