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Im making a deamonhunters army with inducted guard and allied witch huntersbut need some help making it fit fluff wise. If anyone has any ideas they would be useful.
If it helps i have an inquister from both codexs in the army.
Pretty sure that you can't take all that. If it's a DH army, it can only take one allied force, not two.deamonhunters army with inducted guard and allied witch hunters
DH with WH: Witchhunters were called in to combat a cult or somesuch that had sprung up somewhere. The WH were unable to destroy the cult before they could summon help from the Warp, and so the Daemonhunters were called in to combat the new foe. A detachment of the already-present WH were to accompany the DH force, as the WH already knew both the area and all about the cult that was being attacked.
I can take it all becuase dh can only take one inducted armie (guard)but wh arent inducted their allies
Inducting & Allying are the same thing. Only one, so no DH/WH/IG, sorry.
I was thinking of doing something similar. I don't think the Ordos should be as mutually exclusive as they are made out to be. I remember in the Inquisitor RPG book they were talking about one of the Puritan Inquisitor sects, and it said that some Inquisitors don't belong to any Ordo. If this is true, membership must not be mandatory. So maybe the Ordos aren't like guilds, they're more like loose confederations of Inquisitors working towards a single purpose (Witch Hunting, Daemon Hunting, Xeno Hunting, whatever). It seems to me that the Ordo Mallus and the Ordo Hereticus are two sides of the same coin. After all, what is the end goal of killing Heretics? Preventing the incursion of Daemons. Mallus are reactive, Hereticus are proactive. I think they would work together a lot. I understand GWâ€™s rationale for doing it, of course (I bought a boxed set of Inquisitor Torquemada, Iâ€™m going to buy a boxed set of the Witch hunter, and the Xeno hunter when they come out). But I donâ€™t think the fluff (or logic) supports it. I wish that GW would have released a single Inquisitor book, where you could pick and choose psychic powers, but that's not what happened. Pity though...