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I am contemplating a couple units for a Disciples of Caliban force. not a full army, necessarily, just some iconic units that still remain fluffy to unforgiven sensibilities, but allow for an alternate force organizational deployment/battle doctrine.
Disciples of Caliban were rumored to be created for the purpose of hunting the renegade known as Cypher. Which codex book would cover that role more adequately?
Black Templars are fleet based, and search the galaxy for enemies of the emperor.
Space Wolves are viewed as the 'ultimate sanction' and have been used to bring enemy leaders to heel in the past.
I'm possibly insane...
* "I'm Significant!" -screamed the dust speck
* "Call me old fashioned, but an evil ascension to power just isn't the same without someone chanting faux Latin in the background."
More precise would be the use of the UM codex with a bike captain.There is nothing to indicate zeal or CC prowess in the chapter.
Though i would lean towards the templars for the little hint given that they deploy relic bearers on the field.Thats something that can be a grimaldus like counts as.
Now that i think of it yes,go with the templars they seems rather closer than the wolves.
Praise be to the Emperor!!
Yeah Templars would be a close match and it wouldn't be to hard to parallel the use of the Emperors Champion either, and the army is focused to hunting Cypher so the normal single mindedness of the Templars fits well.
That could work quite nicely.
You'll need to post a list up, or even just go a list of what you want to use.
Templars can make for a surprisingly powerful infantry gunline, especially in smaller games. I'd say to go for it.
Not wrong.Originally Posted by watchwood
Though I run mine 50/50 chat shooting, allows a bit of flexibility plus I can add the neophytes.
But this army using BT rules would be good.
One thing Templars aren't uncaring about others as they seem to go to any length to protect the Emperors subjects, but they focus on the task at hand to very high degree, much like space wolves but less tolerant of mutants! Lol
templars. wolves are the ultimate sanction, they will wipe out almost any force in a mass engagement, but a hunt for 1 man? that's the templars, they're used to working in small units on the minor crusades or garrisoning chapter forts.
but seeing the word hunt, i'm tempted to say go with a white scars like list, they're the hunters of the 41st millennium