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There's a 0-1 limit on Officio Assassinorum models in each Inquisition army list. Would it therefore be legal to use a Daemonhunters base list with an Inquisitor Lord and Eversor Assassin, then take a Witch Hunters Inquisitor Lord and an allied Callidus assassin? I've checked the FAQs and whatnot and there's nothing to say you can't aside from the 0-1 limit in the individual Codexes.
I suspect that you are bound by the limiti of the parent list, so in either event I would say that you could NOT take two assassins in this way.
As a side note, why would you ever want to do that, anyway? The only assassin worth their points was the Eversor, and he got nerfed in 5th ed. as well.
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Both the DH and WH codexes say that an army may never have more than a single Officio Assassinorum Operative for any reason. Apocalypse is the only exception.
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One of the more recent FAQs (Could be adepticon, not sure) seemed to say that since =][= lords were from different ordos, it did not violate the 0-1 on the =][= side, but since the Assasins were the same no matter which parent ordo was bringing them, you could only ever take one assasin.