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I know this may belong in the rules forum, but figured answers would pop up more quickly and accurately here.
1) Does it specify anywhere in the rules that SM can take no more than one ally. E.g. once my requirements are fulfilled, can i take DH AND WH?
2) Does anybody think this is at all reasonable and/ or effective.
I've got a fluffy chapter i've been thinking up. Additionally, i'm trying to minimize the angst i've experienced getting slaughtered using pure DH. My first step is to ally some SoB's and seraphim, though the idea of a chaplain, assault marines, and two tac squads is affordable and enticing.
The short answer, though, is that you can ally branches of the Inquisition together with no conflicts, so long as you have the FOC slots and points to do so. You could potentially field allies from all three branches of the Inquisition in a Space Marine or Imperial Guard army: Deathwatch HQ, Daemonhunters and Witch Hunters elites/troops/fast attack. It's pretty hard to fit it all in one list, though.
Regarding how effective it is, you might try over on the SM boards, since we're talking about a base-SM army. It sounds like a fun list to play, and it'd probably be a bit more competitive than a pure DH list. I run a Canoness and a unit of Seraphim in my DH army, and have been extremely pleased with their performance. I'd say proxy it for a few games and see how you like it =).
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Very helpful link, many thanks once again Hasten!