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The two limited edition models - I didn't know that they had rules until reading up on Daemonifuge to answer another post.
The only information I could find was an old French webpage - does anyone have the rules to confirm / correct this ?
Pts WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv
125_ 4 _3 3 3 2 4 2_ 9 3+
Wargear : Bolt pistol, Blessed sword(see below), Purity Seals, Jump Pack
Banished (Ephrael may not join any squad)
Daemonifuge Ephrael may reroll any missed to-hit and to-wound rolls in combat with daemons. Additionally daemons in close combat with her strike at -1 initative, and daemons within 6" test for instability on 3D6.
Blessed Sword : Ephrael's sword is a one-handed power weapon that ignores invulnerable saves. It wounds daemons on a 4+ and inflicts a -1 Ld modifier on all units in close combat.
Spirit of the Martyr : Ephrael's save is invulnerable. She may also take a 3+ save against the effects of any psychic powers.
Guardian of knowledge: At the start of each turn roll a D6 - on a roll of 1 Ephrael is overcome by the knowledge that has been given to her and may not move, shoot, run, or assault (she may fight in combat if engaged).
Pts WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv
166_ 5 _4 3 3 3 4 3 10 3+
Wargear : Bolter with psybolts, Anointed weapon, Icon of the Just, Psychic Hood.
Independent character (unless joined by Ephrael)
Psyker : Silas has the powers Destroy Daemon and Scourging
Retinue : Silas may not take a retinue with the exception of Ephrael Stern.
The characters can be taken separately or together in a single HQ slot. No other inquisitor may be present in the same army as Ephrael.
AFAIK the two characters also follow the standard rules for their entry (Ephrael is a seraphim, Silas is an Inquisitor Lord)
Note that Ephrael is not faithful - she generates no faith and may not use faith powers.
Points-wise Silas is dead on what you'd pay for a DH inquisitor lord with a warrior henchman (to raise his WS to 5).
man if there really are rules for those two i might have to try playing them to see how they do, can you post your source?
Suffer not the heretic. That's right, I'm looking at you Astartes Librarians.
(which has been translated into the above post)
While the pdf is dated 2010 the instability/leadership stuff suggests that it's old 3rd ed material.
Whatever rules they came with are probably several editions out of date. Not sure how they'd stand up.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
Thanks for posting! I'm a fan of the Daemonfuge story.
"The sword that takes life gives life."