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codex dark angels
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codex chaos daemons
codex chaos space marines
codex witch hunters
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codex blood angels
I personally think Robin Cruddace did a great job with the Ip codex although a Faq is required. The codex's in question are each armies most recent codex. Excluding eye of terror.
If Slaanesh is the god of the Perverse, why does Nurgle have all the filth?
I'll have to admit that I've only read about half of the most recent books, but of the ones I have read I think the new IG codex is the best. It goes in to great detail about them, and with all of the new special characters, there is plenty to read. The new SM codex is pretty good, and the Necron codex has a good back story.
One to avoid is the Daemon Hunters codex!
It was space marines or eldar, but i plumped for eldar. I believe its a nice balanced list and the setup of the book is easy to understand and read.
You forgot 'Nids.
Codex necrons have LOTS of background material, explaining not only the necrons but also the whole universe of 40k...
Eldar, best rules, best written.
My second goes to necrons, but it's older and some rules aren't all that great, but fantastic fluff.
Worst is the CSM, crappy rules, childishly written.
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