DISCLAIMERIMPORTANT: THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL CODEX. IT IS A SUPPLIMENTARY ARMY LIST FOR USE WITHTHE GOOD THE BAD THE BROMLEY (TGTBTB) EVENTS AND SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED IN ANYWAY OFFICIAL OUTSIDE OF THOSE EVENTS. THAT SAID THE UNITS AND RULES WITHIN HAVE BEENPLAYTESTED AND DEVELOPED WITH BALANCE AND FAIRNESS IN MIND AND PLAYERS ARE WELCOMETO USE THESE RULES IN THEIR OWN GAMES OF WARHAMMER 40,000.The Good The Bad the Bromley (TGTBTB) have designed this list to be (we hope) as enjoyable and fun to use as possible. It is our hope that wecan repay some small part of the kindness that the gaming community has shown us over the years and organise a top notch event that everyonecan enjoy.The original work found in the Armageddon campaign book laid the groundwork for this document. While that list was designed specially for usein Games Workshop’s summer campaign a more fully fleshed out list was required for The Good The Bad the Bromley (TGTBTB) campaignweekends. Any similarity is more likely due to a common point of inspiration rather than any deliberate duplication on our part. That said, one ortwo ideas may have in fact originated in the community rather than from the original source material and I apologise in advance if anythingappears here that has not been properly credited. Dean Carter
MENTIONSThis campaign pack is the brainchild and latest release from The Good, The Bad, The Bromley’s events team. The Good, The Bad, The Bromley (Known as TGTBTB) have had a long and winding road that lead them to where they are now, and even now at their destination we are still only here due to the fantastic support from some very important people. I would sit here and list everyone but I’m sure you’d rather spend your time reading through the rest of the pack so things will be kept short and sweet. Out of all the help and support given, all of us at the events team would like to thank Games Workshop for giving us all a fantastic world to play with, sure we have all had our ups and downs with Games Workshop in the past, but their fantastic system is what helped make TGTBTB and the events team what it now is today. A big shout goes out to all the people, partners, kids and relatives who put up with their significant others disappearing under the banners of that beret wearing smiley face every event or club day. I’d personally like to apologise to my other half as since the production of the events team a lot of stress has been put on my shoulders, and as a result my other half always hears the brunt of it! So I do thank you for putting up with me. My personal thanks go to Michael Tamiollo for his continued input and creativity both with the campaign packs as well as there website. The entire TGTBTB club deserve a very big mention here. The support the events team has received over the years is fantastic, not only in form of the clubs attendance at events, but also because of the many hours of play testing they had to put up with. So everyone at club I’d like to give you a big thank you. Finally, my biggest heartfelt thank you to EVERYONE who have visited our website, forums and are holding this campaign pack today. The feedback, support and banter given to our campaign weekends has encouraged us to try bigger and better things for the future and ultimately construct biggest and best Warhammer 40,000 campaign weekend possible. - Prilladog (Deano Carter)
OVERVIEW When you arrive each player will be assigned to a faction depending on which army it is that you have brought with you, typically In order to play at the campaign event you WILLNEED the this will be ‘Order’ VS ‘Disorder’, we have it known as ‘The Armageddon defence force or the Armageddon invaders’. Once the following: factions have been sorted you will be assigned to a Task Force which will be up to a maximum of 10 players. You and the other players in your Task Force will act as commanders who are allied to each other, it is your job to either defend or capture the A fully painted army warzones you will play on, whilst fighting opponents whom have their own different agendas, strengths and weaknesses. The Warhammer 40,000 6th Edition Rule Book The Warhammer 40,000 6th Edition Errata and FAQs Relevant codices ‐ Army Codex, Imperial Armour The campaign will be fought in five rounds and take place on a number of warzones located around the planet ‘Armageddon’. Publications etc. Each round will consist of a series of battles fought using the current Warhammer 40,000 6th Edition game rules. Each player Dice, templates and tape measure within the campaign will take part in each round. 5 Painted Objective Markers A way to transport your models TWO copies of your army lists ‐ These must include When you purchase your ticket you are assigned a taskforce as stated above. Before the first game on Saturday you will be asked everything. One of these you should keep with you to muster at the allocated muster points which will be described during the introduction, there you will nominate a General. BE during the entire weekend, and the other should be SMART ‐ Only elect a General you are sure will guide you well! The role of the General is imperative to the team as at the end of handed in at registration to a Faction Leader.every game it is the General’s role to collect results and hand those back to your Faction Leader. The Faction Leader will be represented by a member of the event team dressed up in the correct atttire for your faction. PRE-BATTLE & ADVANTAGE Before every game begins each Task Force will attend a briefing of the next battle, here the Faction Leaders will show a tactical battle map explaining the advantages and disadvantages of the upcoming fields of battle and put forth recommendations on how to lead the Task Force to victory (think Time Commanders!). During the pre‐battle briefing, each Task Force will receive an objectives list which includes a series of objectives that must be completed. The Task Force General (taking advice from the Task Force) must then elect which member of the force will fight over which objective. Once decided, the list will be handed to the Faction Leader and the Task Force will take their places at the assigned table. Each player must then go to his/her assigned table and play for the mission selected ‐ you cannot change it depending on who your opponent is, more so, players cannot select tables form outside their Warzone to fight on. Advantage is also known as ‘The Task Force which can choose it’s deployment type first’ ‐ The campaigns first round has it’s advantage determined by the narrative itself (Differing for each Warzone). Deciding the advantage in each subsequent round is determined by the results of the previous round, it’s as simple as that. BATTLE PLAN & TRAITS Prior to each round the Task Force General (taking advice from the Task Force) must now select how your taskforce intends to fight ‐ aggressive, defensive or balanced. Each stance awards bonus points dependant on what is chosen, these are as follows: STANCE BONUS Hostile 6pts for VICTORY, 0pts for DRAW and DEFEAT. Conservative 3pts for VICTORY, 2pts for DRAW and 1pts for DEFEAT. Resistive 2pts for VICTORY, 2pts for DRAW and 2pts for DEFEAT. As your games finish you must report the result to your Task Force General (Victory, Draw or Defeat) along with your opponent (You cannot give your results in without your opponent present), the Task Force General will then hand the fully collected results to your correct Faction Leader. Each General has a set of traits that helped him get to the position he is in today, to represent this, after the Task Force scores have been handed in, the General may opt to trade in 5pts to pull a General Trait out from a box (which only a single adjudicator knows its contents), the trait could be anything, but that’s the risk, a risk which is up to the Task Force General.
BATTLEFIELDSThere are three main landmasses on Armageddon. Most human life is located on the main continent, which is split into two parts, Armageddon Prime and Armageddon Secundus, separated by the thick band of jungle known simply as the Equatorial Jungle. They each had their roles in the Wars for Armageddon but the majority of the fighting took place on the main continent. The bulk of Armageddon Prime and Secundus is covered in ash wastes, the after effects of millennia of industrial pollution. To the north of Armageddon Prime and Secondus are the Fire Wastes, which are home to the mining and resource gathering industries that support the hive cities factories. This is an extremely arid region, which has been strip‐mined far beyond the point that it can maintain any living ecosystem. To the south of the main continent lies the ice‐covered Deadlands. The polluted ice here is melted and heavily purified to provide a source of drinking water to the inhabitants of the Armageddon hive cities. WARZONES:During the Campaign weekend the games will be set around the following 5 locations, dependant on which task force is playing. All teams will be accommodated to ensure everyone gets a piece of the Armageddon action which this campaign weekend allows. WARZONE: ARMAGEDDON SECUNDUS: HADES HIVE SKIRMISHThe invasion of Armageddon was a massive force of Orks that arrived in 941.M41 led by the mighty Warboss Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka. The Imperial planetary governor, Overlord Herman von Strab, was completely unprepared for the attack, and the ensuing skirmishes were a disaster with Von Strabs’ own pride and incompetence only making matters worse. Eventually, the defence of the planet was taken over by Commander Dante of the Blood Angels Space Marines. During the war, an Imperial Commissar named Yarrick, who had been exiled by Von Strab to Hades Hive, led a heroic defence of that hive city that eventually distracted Ghazghkull, infuriating him enough to send more and more Ork forces against Hades Hive. WARZONE: ARMAGEDDON SECUNDUS: HADES HIVEGradually, under von Strabs incompetent leadership, the planet fell bit by bit until the Orks main army reached Hades Hive. Here, Commissar Yarrick commanded the defending forces, inspiring them to fight like the possessed. The Imperial defence was so vicious that eventually Ghazghkull himself joined the attack, leading his forces from the front. He tried to deplete the hive by every strategy he could muster, but Yarrick countered them all. Eventually, Hades Hive became a personal battle for the two warriors.WARZONE: ARMAGEDDON SECUNDUS: HIVE HELSREACHIt is said that just before the battle began, the earliest warnings of the coming Ork invasion were at the Statue of the Emperor in Hive Helsreach, when it is said that it wept bloody tears. It was its port facilities that drew the attention of the Orks as well as the prospect of a good fight. It was estimated that around three million humans died in its defence. An attack was attempted by the Orks of the a variety of tribes against the south and east side of the Hive which were repulsed by the Black Templars Space Marine Chapter while the Titans of Legio Invigilata bombarded the Ork landing positions to the north from within the Hive.
WARZONE: EQUATORIAL JUNGLEThe Equatorial Jungle is the region between Armageddon Secundus and Armageddon Prime and consists mainly of large forested areas. It is bridged by a long, straight motorway and leads to the Minos Bridge, which crosses the Minos River. The motorway also passes through Cerbera Base, the home of the Armageddon Ork Hunters, from which they launch their assaults on the Orks within the jungle. The Orks were left over after the first Ork battles have reverted to a feral state.WARZONE: ARMAGEDDON SECUNDUS: HADES HIVEAFTERMATHHades Hive is a blasted area, the entire hive itself nearly destroyed by an orbital bombardment of asteroids in vengeance for the first battle, where Hades Hive was the lynch pin in defending against and thus holding the Orks up by so much that their entire advance stalled. The Ork Rok dropsite is located close to the motorway in the south and the majority of the area is covered in Ash Wastes from the nearby industry. “I HAVE FOLLOWED YOU TOO FAR TO FAIL NOW GHAZGHKULL THRAKA. I BEAR THE GIFT OF DEATH. YOU CANNOT OUTRUN ME. THERE’S NO PLACEIN THIS UNIVERSE WHERE YOU CAN HIDE. I HAVE WAITED A LONG TIME FOR VENGEANCE. I’M TIRED BUT NOT SO TIRED I CANNOT KILL YOU. MAYBE THEN I WON’T SEE THE FACES OF THE DEAD. MAYBE THEN I’LL BE ABLE TO SLEEP.” ‐ Commissar Sebastian Yarrick before the battle for Golgotha.
TACTICAL WARZONES:During the Campaign weekend there will be a number of special games which selected players may participate in to aid there task force out. These will be played instead of one of the above war zones.TACTICAL WARZONE: ARMAGEDDON PRIME: HIVETEMPESTORAHive Tempestora is the docks and pipelines from the Fire Wastes. Now an Ok submersible graveyard, from which the Orks launched their attack. The north holds Ash Wastelands created from waste from the Tempestora East Factory and the Morpheus Factory Complex. So massive was the factory that the entire tank battle was fought within. At one point the Imperial Guard held a line demarcated by a long conveyor belt against an Ork attack and the assembly line continued to function despite the pitched battle that took place around it. TACTICAL WARZONE: PISCINA IV: REMAINSPiscina IV is a world controlled by the Imperium but in constant battle with the Orks. Each time the Orks seem to be defeated, the Imperial Guard regiments stationed on the world come under fire from a new place under siege. During the in fighting between the two main forces Eldar Pirates raid the area and scavenge any equipment which is useful to them.TACTICAL WARZONE: ULTIMA SEGMENTUM: GOLGOTHAAn Ork world, conquered and infested by forces under the command of Ghazghkull Thraka after the Second War for Armageddon. An Imperial attempt to purge the world of the alien taint and execute Ghazghkull took place shortly after the Orks landed on the planet, but met with failure. In the ensuing battle Yarricks Baneblade, the Fortress of Arrogance was severely damaged by an Ork Stompa and abandoned during the fight. when Ghazghkull prepared to attack Armageddon again, Yarrick requested that the Fortress of Arrogance be salvaged from Golgotha and repaired. Since then ‐ apart from a brief, significantly smaller, Imperial expedition to the planet ‐ Golgotha has remained in Ork hands.TACTICAL WARZONE: ROK DROPSITE: SEASON OF FIREThe Season of Fire is a natural occurrence on Armageddon, where wind whips the desert sands into a frenzy and violent storms wrack the skies. When the din of battle grew quiet and the Ork attacks slowed, the Salamanders did not sit idle, but instead launched several devastating counterattacks against the Roks landed by the Orks along the Hemlock River. Preferring the close‐quarter fighting to be had in the maze of crudely carved tunnels that lay within the interior of the Roks to the long‐range duels in the desert, the Salamanders made their mark. By the start of the Season of Fire, 9 Roks had been destroyed by the Salamanders attacks, killing untold thousands of Greenskins.
WARZONES EXPLAINEDWARZONE: ARMAGEDDON SECUNDUS: HADES HIVE SKIRMISH ‐ 1,000pts DoublesWARZONE: ARMAGEDDON SECUNDUS: HADES HIVE ‐ 2,000pts SinglesWARZONE: ARMAGEDDON SECUNDUS: HIVE HELSREACH ‐ 2,000pts DoublesWARZONE: EQUATORIAL JUNGLE ‐ 2000pts SinglesWARZONE: ARMAGEDDON SECUNDUS: HADES HIVE AFTERMATH ‐ 2,000pts Doubles OR 3,500pts Singles Apocalypse allowedTACTICAL WARZONE: ARMAGEDDON PRIME: HIVE TACTICAL WARZONE: ULTIMA SEGMENTUM: GOLGOTHA 3500pts Imperial Guard VS Orks TEMPESTORA 2000pts ‐ Imperial Guard VS Orks Secure the Fortress of Arrogance ‐ At the end of each player turn, whatever team is in control of the Tank (The most objective markers) and providing they are not contested, may take command of the tank for the duration Secure the Chimera factory ‐ At the end of each player turn, whatever team is in control of the they are in control of the objectives. facility (The most objective markers) and providing they are not contested, may control of the 3 Chimeras that guard the factory (See Codex: IG), these act as normal however units may NOT NOTE: The Fortress of Arrogance may NOT be destroyed ‐ It starts in the centre of the board, it counts as embark onto them, nor can you target them whilst they are in your control. In addition, at the end immobilised and may ONLY rotate on the spot. The Baneblade Cannon uses the non‐apocalypse ‘Large Blast’ of every game turn, roll a D6, on a 6 another Chimera is created ‐ which may be used the same way template, at the strength indicated. In addition, the Fortress of Arrogance causes Fear to ALL units within 12” as previously described. unless they are the controlling player. The winner is the player who owns the Facility at the end of the game. Benefit: Imperial Guard Victory: All commissars and the unit they are attached to cause fear. Benefit: Ork Victory: One variant of Ork battlewagon with a Killkannon may be upgraded to ‘Fort O’Arraahgance’ Imperial Guard Victory: Unit type: Fast, Tank ‐ Chimeras. for free, it gains an extra 3 Hull points and all Imperial Guard units within 12” suffer from the ‘Fear’ Ork Victory: Trukk Front Armour increased to 12 universal special rule.TACTICAL WARZONE: PISCINA IV: REMAINS TACTICAL WARZONE: ROK DROPSITE: SEASON OF FIRE2000pts Eldar VS Space Marines VS Orks 2000pt Space Marines (Salamanders)VS Orks Capture the mystical equipment ‐ Treated as a standard game of Warhammer 40k using the Relic Destroy the Roks ‐ There are D3+ 2 Rok objectives that must be destroyed with one Rok being the ‘Rokalypse’ rules set, however the unit in control of the Relic suffers from the ‘Psychich Null Zone’ rules as well the Rokalypse is a fortress which the Ork player must deploy within, whilst the Salamanders may come on from as being unable to use the Deny the Witch universal special rule. any table edge like the old ‘Last Stand’ special missions. In addition to the Eldar and Ork setup, the Space Marine player must arrive via Deep Strike, but In addition to this, the battlefield counts as being ‘High Gravity’ due to the mass sand storms as well as all CANNOT pickup the relic on the turn they deep strike. difficult terrain counting as dangerous. Relic counts as 5 Victory points. The player who has the most victory points at the end of the game Benefit: wins. Space Marine (Salamanders): May take an Extra 250pts in the next game. Ork Victory: May take an Extra 250pts in the next game.Benefit: Eldar: Force your opponents to re‐roll successful Deny the Witch rolls. Space Marine: May re‐roll all psychic tests and Deny the witch rolls. Ork: Can Deny the Witch on a 4+ “HOWEVER BEAUTIFUL THE STRATEGY, YOU SHOULD OCCASIONALLY LOOK AT THE RESULTS.” ‐ Ancient Terran General
CAMPAIGN GUIDELINES BASIC RULES All models within your armies should conform to “What you see is what you get” (WYSIWYG). In other words, all the equipment that can be appropriately shown should be clearly modelled on each miniature. With a few notable exceptions, you may not include Special Characters from any army Codex. Any named characters available to the armies participating in the Wars of Armageddon campaign will be included in the relevant army selection page. Allies may only be taken providing they conform with the following chart, NOTE: Whilst allies may be taken, your ticket price will only come with a campaign pack for the primary detachment, which means you will need to either buy a copy for the Allied detachment, or download the relevant PDF. During your gaming, if anything of note happens during the course of your game, such as a dual between Yarrick and Ghazghkull, an act of extreme heroics, utter failure or fantastically humorous please let your Faction Leader know about it as your deeds may well be reported during the next briefing, and result in your actions becoming one of the already many legends of the Wars of Armageddon. PAINTING AND BEST ARMY AWARD Wars of Armageddon was a gritty time of dirt, blood, steel and Orks so we would ask all players who attend to choose painting schemes that reflect the Warhammer 40,000 universe during this time. Doing this will not only increase everyone’s enjoyment of the campaign, but it will also have benefits for doing so! SCHEME BENEFIT Steel Legion Imperial Guard Close Order Drill: Whilst the models are in base to base contact with each other they gain +1 WS and +1 Initiative. Goff Orks Sharpshoota: May reroll any 1’s to hit when shooting. Relevant Space Marine Chapters painted correctly Overly cautious: Can overwatch on 5+ instead of the normal 6+ Xenos, Chaos and Traitors designed to fit Wars of Armageddon Fighting for the Dictator: Stubborn when within 12” of Warlord. Squats and Arbites Benefits included within relevant campaign pack. All models MUST be painted and representative of the appropriate type of troop, if you feel you got abit carried away with your conversion, just tell your opponent before hand and make everything crystal clear so as to avoid arguments later. At the event we will give an award for the Best Army. This is awarded to the player who participates in the weekend with a force that, in the opinion of both players and judges, is the best in terms of painting and character. To qualify as the ‘Best Army’ particular attention will be paid to well themed armies which reflect the time of the Armageddon Wars. Because we believe that due credit should go to players that have painted their own armies, only players who have painted their armies themselves may b eligible for the coveted award of Best Army. We ask all participants to be honest if short listed. A number of armies will be short listed on the Saturday lunch break and then will be voted on by the players during the Sunday lunch break. The winner will be announced at the end of the campaign weekend. AWARDS CEREMONY The Wars of Armageddon was a time of heroism and the Awards Ceremony is an opportunity to give recognition to those who have made great sacrifice on the alter of war. As soon as possible after the conclusion of the final game we will begin the awards ceremony and we strongly recommend all players to stay for the ceremony to cheer (or commiserate with) those awarded!
XenosXenos is a High Gothic term used by the people and Adepta of the Imperium of Man that means "stranger" and "alien." It is often used by the Adeptus Terra to signify enemy alien or off‐world, non‐human forces. The main xenos races in the Milky Way Galaxy are the Dark Eldar, Eldar, Necrons, Orks, Tau and Tyranids, though there are literally countless other intelligent alien species, most of them hostile, that Mankind has encountered over the long millennia of its expansion across the stars. Contents Disclaimer 1 Information 2 Contents 3 High Autarch Mashirafen 4 Katurri Eldar Hybrid 5 Katurri Corsairs 6 Bards of Destiny 7 Ethereal Minions 8 Dark Avatar 9 Creed Assassin 10 Contract Assassin 11 Dark Eldar Scavengers 12 Artisans of Death 13 Bu’Ket, Herald of Rust 14 Gauss Priest 15 Armageddon Warriors 16 Necron Recombinants 17 Necron Keepers 18 Armageddon Flayed One 19 Freaks 20 Genestealer Cult 21 Scouts 22 Ogryns 23 Beast of Armageddon 24
HIGH AUTARCH MASHIRAFEN H/Q UNIT ELDAR ONLY 210PtsThe supreme commander of the Magenta Craftworld Katurri, located in the Armageddon Sub Sector between Krourk and Monglor. Mashirafen and his forces are pirates by nature, and due to the recent wars of Armageddon, Mashirafen has took the liberty of committing piracy against nearly every faction that enters the sector. Whilst Mashirafen himself is skilled in every aspect of the bloody‐handed god, he has always drifted away from the Eldar jetbikes, which he claims himself that ‘The mighty skill to use such a brutish machine ‐ it’s something I could never get the hang of’. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Mashirafen 6 6 3 3 4 7 3 10 5+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Shuriken Pistol Independent Character Unique Plasma/Haywire Grenades Fleet Katurri Grenade Pack Excellent Strategist Unit Composition: Enhanced Force Shield Blessed Skin 1 Mashirafen Swooping Hawk Wings Expert Shot Power of Magenta Options: Mashirafen is an Autarch and may take any equipment found for the points cost listed in the Autarch entry in Codex: Eldar pg 60. Note: Mashirafen may not take a jet bike or laser Lance. Blessed Skin: Mashirafen is empowered by the Seers of Katurri. He is immune to instant death. Enhanced Force Shield: Mashirafen always goes for lavish light purple ornate armour and relies heavily on his Enhanced Force Shield for protection. The Enhanced Force Shield counts as Rune Armour and confers a +3 invulnerable save. Power of Magenta: Mashirafen calls apon the elements of the craft world to strike at the hearts of his enemies, any wounds caused by Mashirafen have the Soul Blaze universal special rule. Katurri Grenade Pack: If Mashirafen uses his Swooping Hawk wings and uses them to move 12”, Mashirafen may use the Swooping Hawk grenade pack (Codex: Eldar pg 35) as if he had deep‐striked that turn. If Mashirafen does this, he may not assault or shoot that turn, furthermore this ability may not be used two turns in a row (Katurri packs take a long time to load!) Skilled Warrior: Mashirafen has travelled all the warrior paths and is adept in their skills. Any special abilities an aspect warrior squad that he joins has are passed on to him as well. If the special ability is granted by an item of wargear, Mashirafen only gets the ability if he has the specific wargear. Expert Shot: Mashirafen has almost godlike accuracy. He may reroll failed rolls to hit in shooting and models taking cover saves again Mashirafen’s shooting attacks are at ‐1 to theircover save. Excellent Strategist: Autarchs are superb strategists able to command the Eldar units in perfect synchronicity. While the Autarch is alive, you may choose to reroll any rolls for reserves.
KATURRI ELDAR HYBRID H/Q UNIT* ELDAR ONLY 80Pts ` *Does not use FOCThe Katurri Eldar Hybrid is a figure within the Katurri hierarchy. The Eldar Hybrid plays a vital role in infiltrating a civilized society. Due to his intelligence, charisma, appearance, and understanding of the society being infiltrated, he is well suited to his role as mouthpiece of the Craftworld to the outer society. The Eldar Hybrid is a special mutation which appears in a Craftworld if a psychically‐active species, such as humanity, is infiltrated. As a hybrid of an Eldar and a human, he appears nearly fully human, although is invariably abnormally slim and fast moving. He is highly intelligent and possesses formidable psychic ability. His "normal" appearance allows him to operate as the public spokesman for the Craftworld, which is disguised as a legitimate religious, political or social movement ‐ a role which the purestrain Eldar cannot take. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Katurri Eldar Hybrid 4 4 3 3 3 6 2 10 4+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Shotgun (12”, STR 3, AP ‐, Assault 2) Independent Character (Unique) Plasma/Haywire Grenades Psyker Close‐combat weapon Infiltrate Unit Composition: Carapace Armour (4+ Save) Fleet 1 Hybrid Scout Options: May replace Shotgun with the following: Psychic Powers Shuriken Pistol ‐ Free Lash of Katurri Shuriken Catapult ‐ 2pts Lightning Arc Flamer ‐ 5pts May exchange Close‐combat weapon for: Power Weapon ‐ 10pts Power Fist ‐ 15pts Lash of Katurri: Pass Ld test, may move enemy unit 6” in any direction. Lightning Arc: Range: 24”, STR 6, AP 5, Assault 2D6
KATURRI CORSAIR troop UNIT ELDAR ONLY 45PTSThere are many bands of so-called Corsairs scattered across the galaxy, and all are savage and deadly raiders. Outcasts from the strict confines of the Craftworlds, the Corsairs live in self-imposed exile, seeking to explore the galaxyand experience the full gamut of emotion and sensation accessible to the Eldar’s sensitive psyche. Most are young and adventurous Eldar who will eventually return to their homes older, wiser and tempered by warfare. Some,however, embrace the raider’s life completely and fall further still, becoming ever more bloodthirsty and psychotic, indulging their darkest impulses and eventually seeking out the infamous Dark City. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Felarch 4 4 3 3 1 4 2 9 5+ Corsair 3 4 3 3 1 4 1 8 5+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Shuriken Pistol Fleet Plasma Grenades Unit Composition: Close‐combat Weapon 5 Corsairs Corsair Armour (5+ Save) Options: May take an additional 15 Corsairs for +9pts each. Any model in the squad may exchange its Shuriken Pistol for a Shuriken Catapult for free. The entire squad may be given Corsair Jet Packs for 25pts. For every five models in the squad, one may replace its Shuriken Pistol with one of the following: Flamer ‐ 5pts Fusion Gun ‐ 10pts Shuriken Cannon ‐ 10pts Eldar Missile Launcher ‐ 15pts One Corsair not already upgraded to carry one of the optional weapons listed above may be upgraded to a Felarch for 10pts The Felarch may exchange its Shuriken Pistol for a Shuriken Catapult for free. The Felarch may upgrade his Close‐combat weapon to a Power Sword for 10pts The Felarch may carry Haywire Grenades for 5pts.
BARDS OF DESTINY TROOP UNIT ELDAR ONLY 80PTSOn the Craftworld of Katurri many Eldar go looking for their own special Destiny that it outside the standard paths which most Eldar societies follow. The most popular path to follow on Katurri is that of destiny (Thus the name, Pathof Destiny) and there are a group of Bards who aid any Eldar along their way. Bards are used not only as guides but also as a fantastic killing machine. The Bards of Destiny use their songs to fill their own hearts with ideals of glorywhich can lead them to do great and wonderful things which can turn the tide of battle in the favour of the rest of the army. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Bard of Destiny 4 4 3 3 1 4 1 8 5+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Shuriken Catapult Fleet Plasma Grenades Song of Destiny Unit Composition: Close‐combat Weapon Destiny Heart 8 Bards of Destiny Guardian Armour (5+ Save) (Unique) Options: Up to three Bards may replace their Shuriken Catapults with: Flamer ‐ 5pts Ranger Long Rifle ‐ 5pts Fusion Pistol ‐ 10pts Dragon’s Breath Flamer ‐ 15pts Every member of the squad may learn an extra song for 25pts each: Song of the Path: The Bards gain Hit and Run. Song of Darkness: The Bards gain Stealth and Infiltrate. Song of the Craftworld: The Bards gain Preferred Enemy: Necrons, Preferred Enemy: Slannesh and Furious Charge. Song of Praise: The Bards shooting attacks are twin‐linked and cause Pinning. Song of Fortitude: The Bards are +1 Strength and Toughness. The entire squad may be upgrade their Close‐combat weapons to Power Swords for +80pts Song of Destiny: The Bards count as Stubborn. Destiny Heart: The Bards may attempt an extra saving throw similar to that of the Feel No Pain Special Rule but modified in that it is only successful on a d6 roll of 6.
ETHEREAL MINIONS ELITES UNIT ELDAR ONLY 100PTSSince the destruction of the Craftworlds many Eldar souls have been trapped in the void and flutter in and out of existence. It is here where they can still aid the rebuilding of the Eldar - by sending their souls into battle. An EtherealMinion uses their apparition like appearance to scare the enemies of the Eldar world before delivering a chilling blow which tears their opponent from existence. The usefulness of the Ethereal Minions cannot be questions as it is allbut the most deadliest of weapons which can hurt them, rendering most basic weaponry useless. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Ethereal Minion 4 4 3 3 1 4 1 10 ‐ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Power Swords Fleet Fear Unit Composition: Ethereal 5 Ethereals Fearless (Unique) Adamantium Will Options: May take an additional 5 Etherals for + 20pts each. Ethereal: Due to the ghostly nature of the Ethereal Minions, nearly all weaponry passes through them with no effect, it is only weapons which can penetrate to their soul which can cause there demise. Ethereal Minions cannot be hurt be anything other than Power Weapons, Psychic Powers or weapons which remove from play. Soul Shield: The void always holds onto to the minions soul no matter what existence it is in. A Soul Shield Confers a 6+ Invulnerable save.
DARK AVATAR H/Q UNIT DARK ELDAR ONLY 160Pts As far as the Dark Eldar are concerned, the Eldar gods died in the Fall, and they despise them for it. That the gods had become so weak that they could be consumed by the ascendancy of the Eldars collective depravity is a sign they did not deserve to exist in the first place. The exception is Khaine, who is still held in high regard in Commorragh. To the Dark Eldar, the act of murder is an art, or an intricate dance, something to be enjoyed and made beautiful. It is this that has given rise to the murder‐cults within the ranks of the Kabalite warriors. While all Dark Eldar are proficient killers, the murder‐cults are killers without peer, each giving themselves over to a particular clandestine art of killing in vainglorious homage to the bloody handed god. Joining such loose organizations is often another excuse for the Dark Eldar to enjoy wanton blood spilling, there is a closely guarded secret held by senior sybarites – the awakening of a murderous avatar of Kaela Mensha Khaine. Throughout Commorragh’s history it has come in possession of several Avatars of Khaine from derelict craftworlds. While no sane Dark Eldar would ever sacrifice himself to awaken the avatar, the murder‐cults are all too willing to sanctify the ritual chamber with the blood of the weak. Lacking martial focus and discipline, most sacrifices serve no practical function, but on the eve of battle a captured and tortured Aspect Warrior of the craftworlds will be brought forth to the darkened chambers. In a perverse mockery of the craftworld rituals, the murder‐cults will sacrifice the warrior whose tortured essence awakens a dark and sinister murderer. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Dark Avatar 10 5 6 6 4 6 4 10 3+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Monstrous Creature The Wailing Doom Daemon Bloodlust Unit Composition: Eternal Hate 1 Dark Avatar (Unique) Fearless Molten Body The Wailing Doom: The Wailing Doom is a weapon of immense power that may take the form of a vicious spear. A mighty sword or a many‐bladed axe. It can be used to project a nimbus of burning psychic energy, using the following profile: 12”, STR 8, AP 1, Assault 1, Melta Bloodlust: When led by their Avatar, the Dark Eldar are filled with thoughts of bloodshed, and its presence inspires them to great acts of violence and depravity. Any Dar Eldar unit with a model within 12” of the Avatar becomes Fearless. Eternal Hate: The Aspect Warrior sacrificed to awaken the Avatar was driven insane from torture and his broken psyche has awakened the worst aspect of Kaela Mensha Khaine. Any Dark Eldar unit with a model within 12” of the Dark Avatar gains the Furious Charge and Rage universal special rules. Molten Body: The Dark Avatars body is fashioned from burning iron flooded with glowing magma. Melta weapons, flamers and heavy flamers cannot wound the Dark Avatar.
CREED ASSASSIN ELITES UNIT DARK ELDAR ONLY 110PtsCreed assassins are taken as young children and raised in the art of assassination by Dark Eldar Creed Assassins. Many Creed Assassins don’t survive long enough to even reach their first mission, however those that do are rivals even for those trained by the Adeptus Assassinatorium. “Requiescat in pace” – Creed Assassin WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Creed Assassin 6 5 3 3 3 6 3 10 4+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Plasma Grenades Independent Character Creed Attire Stealth Unit Composition: Smoke Grenades (Hit and Run) Fleet 1 Creec Assassin Close‐combat Weapon Blend Dark Vision Eavesdrop Counter Blend: The blending abilities of the Creed Assassins mean that they can join a unit and act as if a standard member of the squad. A Creed Assassin may be attached to a unit, and doesn’t count as being an Independent Character, however may leave as normal per the Independent Character special rules. Attacks to the squad are allocated as normal. Eavesdrop: After days of secretly listening to the private conversation of their enemies, the Creed Assassins are able to manipulate the tide of the battle with ease. All enemy reserves are at ‐1 whilst a Creed Assassin is alive. Counter: Due to the quick wittedness and observation, the Creed Assassin can predict his opponents next move, as a result the Creed assassin may re‐roll any hits and misses against any enemy Independent Character. Eagle Vision: All infiltrators must be an extra 6” away from the Creed Assassin. Creed Attire: All Creed Assassins have suitable attire which contains equipment that will aid them when performing a quick kill. The relevant attire is intended to be used for a special purpose and must be set up before it’s usage, before the attire is used, at the start of the Creed Assassins Shooting Phase the controlling player must state which version the Creed Assassin will use, if a Close‐combat only choice is selected, then it may only be used in close‐combat. The set up choices are as follows: Hidden Blade: Close‐combat only Power Sword Poison Blade: Close‐combat only Wound on +2 Wrist Mounted Pistol: 1 Shot, Str 5, Ap 1 Throwing Knifes: Assault D6, Str 4, Ap 5
CONTRACT ASSASSIN ELITES UNIT DARK ELDAR ONLY 110PtsA contract assassin is a genetically‐enhanced clone, the culmination of decades of secret research into gene augmentation. His creation was funded by a cabal of Dark Eldar criminal masterminds who donated their own DNA to the project. Clients will pay handsomely for a contract assassin to kill their target without any attention being brought back to them. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Contract Assassin 6 5 4 4 2 4 1 10 5+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Snare Mines (Defensive Grenades) Independent Character Twin‐Linked Splinter Pistols Stealth Unit Composition: Wire Blade Fearless 1 Contract Assassin Contract Rifle Master Shot Kabalite Armour Master of Disguise: The Contract Assassin’s ability to infiltrate is unmatched. The Contract Assassin may opt to be held in reserves even if the mission doesn’t allow it, if he enters play this way he may be placed anywhere on the battlefield that is more than 1” away from an enemy model. Despite how fantastic the Contract Assassin is at infiltrating, he still may not assault in the turn he arrives. Master Shot: The contact assassin may always shoot at full BS no matter what action he is performing. Contracted: Choose any enemy Independent Character chosen at the start of the game, this represents the Contract Assassins target. For the remainder of the game until the target is killed, the Contract Assassin has Preferred Enemy and Hatred against that Independent Character. Silent Assassin: If the contract assassin manages to survive the battle, unwounded, he awards an extra kill point, providing this is the mission being played. Wire Blade: The Wire Blade is a long thin wire covered in deadly blades used to choke the enemies to death in seconds. The Wire Blade is a close‐combat weapon that causes instant death, regardless of toughness. Contract Rifle: The Contract Rifle is treated as a sniper rifle (Range 36”, hits on BS, wounds on a 4+) with an AP value of 2. In addition, the contract assassin has one of each of the following special rounds, which may be fired instead of a normal shot. The special rounds are used one at a time and you must declare that you are using one of the special shots before you roll the dice to hit. The special rounds are as follows: Phase Round: The shot ignores any Invulnerable save. Shredder Round: D3 wounds on any model wounded. If fire at a vehicle, the shot has an Armour Penetration value of 3D6. Poison Shot: The shot wounds on a 2+ instead of a 4+
DARK ELDAR SCAVENGERS troop UNIT DARK ELDAR ONLY 40PTSDark Eldar Scavengers provide a source of livelihood to the extremely poor Dark Eldar tribes, especially more so when they have few other employment opportunities. Though many Scavengers practice their trade as a full‐time profession, during times of need, the most experienced Scavengers serve as a safety net to the poorest Eldar street children, orphans, elderly and victims of armed conflicts. It is the aspiration of many Dark Eldar Scavengers to be used in the actual fighting force. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Scavenger 2 2 3 3 1 5 1 8 5+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Splinter Pistol Fleet Close‐combat Weapon Stubborn Unit Composition: Kabalite Armour Night Vision 5 Scavengers Power from Pain Options: May take an additional 25 Scavengers for +5pts each. Any model in the squad may exchange its Shuriken Pistol for a Shuriken Catapult for free. For every five models in the squad, one may replace its Shuriken Pistol with one of the following: Shredder ‐ 5pts Splinter Cannon ‐ 10pts Blaster ‐ 15pts Dark Lance ‐ 25pts
ARTISAN OF DEATH ELITES UNIT DARK ELDAR ONLY 175PTSThe Artisans of Death are an ancient faction of the Eldar, and the most enigmatic members of that mysterious alien race, more so even than the Harlequins. They roam the Webway, fighting Chaos and its influence. Their sole purpose is to seek out Chaos and destroy its power wherever they can, and Chaos and its minions are their most hated enemies. They are the keepers of Death and know of all ways it is achieved. They are welcomed by all of the other Eldar factions, but tend to go into battle mainly with the Dark Eldar of Commorragh. Artisans of Death are known for their brightly coloured clothing, incredible agility (even for an Eldar), and use of unusually powerful weapons. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Artisan of Death 5 5 3 3 2 7 3 10 5+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Splinter Pistol Fleet Arm Blades Stubborn Unit Composition: Kabalite Armour Night Vision 5 Artisan of Death Psychic hood Power from Pain Plasma Grenades Adamantium Will Artisan Cape (Stealth) Psyker* Options: Psychic Powers: May take an additional 35pts per model. Mind Over Matter Ruination The Artisans may be upgraded to have: Tempest of Time Artisan Armour (+3 save) + 50 points The Artisans may take an augmentation to increase a single stat figure (‘S’,’T’,’I’) by 1 for 50 points each. Arm Blades: Counts as a pair of Klaives (Codex: DE pg 31) Unyielding: Artisans of Death are not easily removed from their goals. This determination has always served to heighten their abilities spurring them to ever greater achievements The Artisans of Death may choose to pass or fail any Morale or Pinning Checks. Mind over Matter: The air grows misty, hiding the squads passage and enemy rounds ricochet off of bare skin. At the beginning of the owning players turn the Artisans must pass a Psychic test. If successful the Artisans may only be wounded on a roll of 5+ regardless of the strength of the attack. Weapons that automatically wound (e.g. poison weapons) are likewise affected by this power. Ruination: A psychic shooting attack. If the psychic test is passed one enemy unit within 18” must take a number of Toughness tests equal to the number of Artisans of Death. Each failed test results in a wound with no saves of any kind. Tempest of Time: This power is used at beginning of the owning players movement phase. If successful the player may place two markers anywhere within 18” of an Artisan. These markers may be as many inches apart as there are Artisans in the unit. No model may pass through or over the imaginary line between the markers until the owning player’s next turn. *Note: If an Artisan should suffer a Perils of the Warp one model is chosen to make a save on behalf of the group. If the requisite saves are failed only the model that took the save is lost.
BU’KET, HERALD OF RUST H/Q UNIT NECRONS ONLY 200PTSBuKet is the Armageddon Necron Overlord, also known as the Herald of Rust, at his command are uncountable legions of Armageddon Necron Warriors, terrifying war machines, and a vast array of devastating weaponry. BuKet is a brilliant strategist, capable of calculating every possible outcome in the ensuing conflict and formulating strategies to ensure that everything goes to plan. Only the most unlikely situations can outfox him and only the most potent foes have any chance of beating him in combat. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Bu’Ket 6 5 5 6 3 2 3 10 2+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Eternal Scythe Fearless Flux Bombardment Feel No Pain Unit Composition: Resurrection Orb Slow and Purposeful 1 Bu’Ket Living Metal Armour It Will Not Die (Unique) Necron Independent Character Living Metal Armour: Due to the constant reanimation protocol happening within Bu’Ket which means his armour and skin is constantly trying to fix itself it seems as if it was living. To represent this, Bu’Ket counts as having a 2+ Armour Save as well as a 4+ Invulnerable. Flux Bombardment: One per game, he may launch a Flux bombardment from the sunken Monolith on Armageddon. Decide an entry point, and roll a Scatter Dice + 2d6, and take away Bu’Ket’s Ballistic Skill. Then roll d6x2 to see the impact size. All models under the template must pass an Initiative test or take a wound with no saves allowed. Eternal Scythe: Bu’Ket’s scythe is a rusty dread weapon which cleaves through all with consumptive ease. It is a Power Sword which is coated in rust which in turn gives the bearer Poisoned Attacks (5+). For each model killed by the Eternal Scythe consult the following:
GAUSS PRIEST ELITES UNIT NECRON ONLY 200PTSKnown throughout both the warp and throughout history as the bane of all technology, the Gauss Priests are Necron Psykers who travel light‐years at a time, finding worlds with new technologies on them only to corrupt them in wake of a Necron invasion. Necron Psykers are rare and it is often thought that all Necrons are psychic nulls, Gauss Priests are the exception. Each Gauss Priest has a flowing matrix under his Necron shell, of which re‐knits itself if any external damage is suffered, making him hard to get rid of, especially for Mac orientated weaponry. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Gauss Priest 4 4 5 3 3 2 D6 10 5+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Guass Lance Power Down Matrix Skin Unit Composition: Re‐knit Gauss Priest Psychic Powers: Controlling Alternate Deletion Firewall Gauss Lance: The Gauss Lance is a Staff of Light that burns with the power of Gauss Weaponry, It Allows 2 Psychic powers per turn, and counts as a rending close‐combat weapon. Matrix Skin: With skin teetering in and out of reality, being near a Gauss Priest can trip even the most hardy computer mainframes, any Necron within 2” of a Gauss Priest must do a Toughness test, if failed the model must be removed from play. Re‐knit: Can regenerate on a 6+ for every wound lost per full game turn. Firewall: The Gauss Priest lays down a wall of fire to protect himself. Do a Psycic test, if passed, draw a ‘ring’ of fire within 12” of the caster, any enemy model moving through or within the wall must take a difficult and dangerous terrain test. Controlling Alternate Deletion: The Gauss Priest reaches into it’s inner workings and forcibly quickens it’s processes leading the Gauss Priest to become Initiative 10. Power Down: When a Guass Priest is slain a giant explosion of Gauss power emerges ‐ Any model within 6” suffers from the ‘Matrix Skin’ rule.
ARMAGEDDON WARRIORS TROOP UNIT NECRONS ONLY 65PTSThe Necrons are a group of undead metal warriors, created from the Necrontyr race. They have lain dormant in their stasis‐tombs for millions of years. They are ancient beyond reckoning, pre‐dating even the Eldar. At long last, however, they are beginning to awaken, seeking to reestablish the supremacy of the Necron Dynasties over the Galaxy once more. Normally silver in appearance the Necrons which seem to have risen on Armageddon are a orange rust colour, this is due to the heavy toxic waste levels the planet contains ‐ Apart from appearance, the Toxic has seemed to have weakened the Necrons physically too. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Armageddon Warrior 4 4 5 3 1 2 1 10 5+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Gauss Flayer Reanimation Protocols Unit Composition: Transport: 5 Armageddon Warriors May select either a Ghost Ark or Night Scythe as a dedicated transport. Options: May take an additional fifteen Armageddon Warriors for +13pts each.
NECRON RECOMBINANTS ELITES UNIT NECRON ONLY 60PtsNecron Recombinants are incomplete Necron beings constructed by derelict and faulty Tomb complex’ self-repair malfunctions. Over successive millennia of destruction and self repair, these particular tomb worldsgo haywire: reconstituting fallen warriors with armatures and components from varying warrior classes resulting in the ad-hoc aberrant. These hapless creatures are completely deranged, for not only are thephysical remnants recombined, but also the last shimmering fragments of their once living souls as well. Of all Necron warriors the Recombinants are the most vocal and terrifying to behold on the battlefield. Theyusher shrieks and howls of torment and pain as they shamble forward. These garbled and uncommunicative screams are hollow indeed – the Necron composite mind recoiling at half memories and the faintimprints of repulsion. Their bodies reflect their mind’s haphazard design – warrior limbs, destroyer arms, gauss rifles inexplicably incorporated in torsos, limbs, or throats. The only common feature amongst them isthe array of exposed cables, over lapping components, misfit connections and erratic compositions. Recombinants possess all the lethality of their warrior brethren, plus a more insidious danger. Due to themalfunctioning nature of their construction, their esoteric weaponry is prone to a multitude of horrendous explosions and mishaps. Destroying a Recombinant does not guarantee a ghostly fading as other Necrons,but may very well induce temporal disturbances, gauss explosions, or worse. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Necron Recombinant 4 4 4 4 1 2 2 8 3+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Gauss Rifle Fearless Disruption Field Apotheosis Unit Composition: Necron 3 Necron Recombinants Options: May add up to an additional 7 Necron Recombinants for 20pts each. Apotheosis: Recombinants are composed of many elements outside the normal warrior design – half completed chronometrons, solar pulses, and Phase Shifters are all equally to be incorporated in their cannibalized designs. Upon destruction, any of these elements may activate unintentionally and cause a destructive backlash that can rip a hole in reality. Even though Recombinants are fearless they must still take morale checks for losing 25% or more during any given round. Whenever the unit has failed a test, a catastrophic malfunctioning has occurred. Nominate a model (which is destroyed), roll a D6 and apply the following: 1: Solar Flare ‐ Models within D6” suffer Instant Death, whether friend or foe. 2‐3: Etheric Tempest ‐ All models within 6” must be pushed back away from the nominated model by 2d6” inches, this can force units out of combat. 4‐5: Temporal Distortion ‐ All models within 12” gain the Slow and Purposeful rule and count as initiative 1. 6: Lightning Arc ‐ All enemy models within 2D6” suffer a strength 5, AP 3 hit.
NECRON KEEPERS ELITES UNIT NECRON ONLY 150PtsNecron Keepers are collective and ghoulish constructs which are skeletal, gaunt, and of goliath proportion. Ponderous and as inescapable as death itself, the only echo of life left to them an overly emphasized predatory urge to kill.These blighted automatons shamble and pry upon battlefields with silent macabre stares, searching out the living with a cold and incomprehensible desire. Keepers are implacable giants that were first observed during the dawningdays of Armageddon. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Necron Keepers 5 0 5 5 3 2 3 10 3+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Beast Gauss Garrote Necron Slow and Purposeful Unit Composition: Fear 3 Necron Keepers Smash Options: May add up to an additional 2 Necron Recombinants for 50pts each. Gauss Garrotte: A Gauss Garrotte is a sickly whip like extension that crackles and pops with baleful gauss energy. It can be used in the shooting phase as an STR 5, AP 4 Template or as a powerful close combat weapon that ignores saves.
ARMAGEDDON FLAYED ONE ELITE UNIT NECRONS ONLY 65PTSWhilst Flayed Ones are Necrons who have succumbed to the Flayer Virus of the Ctan Llandugor, a process which drives them insane with hunger for blood and gore, Flayed Ones are Flayed Ones who have gone the extra step of trying to consume their enemies, despite not needing to do so. They wear the skin and body parts of their opponents, spreading mass terror across enemy lines. Flayed Ones are loathed by other Necrons, fearing their virus. Due to this, any Necron infected will be exiled or destroyed, although some of them will always escape into another dimension to join their degenerate kind. They have no regard for strategy nor tactics, just appearing on battlefields, lured by the smell of blood and carnage, and will attack anything they get their eyes on. This being said, they are not dumb: Flayed Ones have been known to stalk prey and wait for long periods for an exposed weakness, giving them the perfect oppurtunity to attack. A Nemesor wont rely on Flayed Ones, nor change his tactic, as they are far from predictable, and wont take orders. When a battle is over, the commander usually orders the destruction of the Flayed Ones, but just like before, some of them always escape back to their dimension, waiting to once again materialize onto the battlefield to slake their eternal thirst and hunger for blood and flesh. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Armageddon Flayed One 4 1 4 4 1 2 3 10 4+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Rippers Reanimation Protocols Infiltrate Unit Composition: Deep Strike 5 Armageddon Flayed Ones Fear Options: May take an additional fifteen Armageddon Flayed Ones for +13pts each. Rippers: Due to the many arms and augmentations, the Armageddon Flayed Ones gain an extra attack when they charge and they count as having the Rending special rule.
FREAKS TROOP UNIT XENOS ONLY 150PtsA unit of freaks tends to consist of a large force of the physically disabled or the mentally broken. Freaks are sometimes even come from one of the Legions of Space Marines. They worship and devote themselves exclusively to the person who maimed and tortured them. As a result of the torturers mutational "gifts" they have become Freaks; Humans, Xenos and even Astartes who are eternally rotting away within their Armour and infected with every known form of drug but who are immune to all pain or minor injury. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Freaks 4 4 4 5 1 4 1 10 3+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Rending Claws Overdose Executioners Implant Unit Composition: Rage 10 Freaks Fear Smash Feel No Pain Rending Claws: Close‐combat attacks have the Rending universal special rule. Overdose: Before Freaks run into combat, they get a boost of Adrenaline from the drugs which flow through their bodies. When Freaks charge they get D3 attacks instead of the normal 1. Executioners Implant: Due to the horrific process of turning someone into a Freak, the torturers put in a fail‐safe known as the ‘Executioners Implant’ which in the rare case a Freak may start to feel fear, the Freak is automatically destroyed. If a unit of Freaks ever fails a Leadership test, rather than falling back as per normal, remove a model as a causality to auto pass the test.
GENESTEALER CULT TROOP UNIT XENOS ONLY 50PTSA Genestealer Cult is a community of Genestealers, Genestealer‐hybrids, as well as the completely human convert‐hosts, infected victims and genetic relatives known as Brood Brothers, existing within another society. Such a cult forms if a Genestealer infects members of another species with its genotype. The resultant changes in the genome of the host cause a fanatical loyalty to the Genestealers as well as a drastic change to their reproduction system; their firstborn children will be Hybrids, a grotesque mixture of the hosts race and Genestealers. These hybrids infect further victims, and the infection spreads exponentially. Fourth generation hybrids produce Purestrain Genestealers, and the cycle starts once again. This brood of Purestrains, hybrids and Brood Brothers is held together by strong psychic and genetic bonds, and assembles around the original Genestealer which becomes the Patriarch. Because this community is often hidden behind the facade of a religion or political movement, it is called a Genestealer Cult by the Imperium. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Magus 4 4 3 3 2 5 2 9 4+ Genestealer Cultist 2 2 3 3 1 2 1 5 6+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: (Hive Slave) Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Autogun (24”, STR 3, AP ‐, Assault 2) Fleet Close‐combat Weapon Zealot Unit Composition: Protectors (Hive Slaves) 1 Magus (Magus) Wargear: 9 Genestealer Cultists Carapace Armour (4+ Save) Magus StaffOptions: May take an unlimited amount of Genestealer Cultists for +3pts each. Magus Staff: Counts as a Force Weapon using the Mace weapon type. Protectors: The Magus has a ‘Look out, Sir!’ roll of 2+ and may re‐roll any failed rolls, but must use the second result.
SCOUTS TROOP UNIT XENOS ONLY 75PTSScouts tend to be locals who know the area and scout it out for a factions enemies for a price. Their duties are to infiltrate the enemy positions or to fight as lightly armed skirmishers ahead of the rest of the army. Operating behindenemy lines, Scouts set ambushes for their foes, spy out the enemys movements, and gather what information they can about their opponents plans. Sometimes Scouts will covertly attack an enemy camp, capturing a commander forinterrogation or alternatively sabotaging equipment and supplies. Striking fast and hard, the Scouts usually accomplish their mission and leave before the enemy has the chance to respond. Each Squad consists of a Scout Leader andup to nine Scouts. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Scout Leader 4 3 4 3 2 3 1 9 6+ Scout 4 3 4 3 1 3 1 8 6+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Infantry Scout Rifle (24”, STR 3, AP 6, Rapid Fire) Fleet Scout Pistol (12”, STR 3, AP 6, Rapid Fire) Fieldcraft Unit Composition: Close‐combat Weapon Infiltrators 1 Scout Leader Scout 4 Scouts (Unique) Options: The squad may take an additional 5 Scouts for 5pts each. The Scouts may be upgraded to have the following: Frag Grenades +5 pts Krak Grenades +10 pts Meltabombs +20 pts The Leader may replace his Scout Rifle with: Flamer + 5pts Sniper + 5 pts Storm Bolter + 5pts Meltagun + 10pts Plasma Gun + 15pts Eviscerator +25 ptsInfiltrators: Scouts were born to infiltrate, to represent this the unit may start the battle deployed in terrain providing it is not in the opponents deployment zone. Fieldcraft: Scouts may forgo a shooting phase to bolster any terrain they are in, that confers a 4+ cover save or less to give it +1 to its Cover save, in addition if they are in base to base contact with any vehicle during their shooting phase, they may try and repair a hull point, weapon destroyed or immobilised result on a 6+.
OGRYN ELITE UNIT XENOS ONLY 75PtsOgryns are large and bulky, standing between 2½ and 3 metres tall. Ogryns vary in appearance according to world, but all are tough and powerful. Some forms are well‐muscled, while others tend more towards grotesque obesity. Stupid and repulsively unhygienic, Ogryns have earned such names as Fats, Flabs, Slobs and Stenches. Ogryn populations produce mutant individuals to the same extent as humans. The psychic mutation however is unknown among Ogryns. WS BS S T W I A Ld Sv Ogryn 4 3 5 5 3 2 3 6 5+ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit Type: Wargear: Special Rules: Options: Infantry Ripper Gun Bulky The Squad may be joined by up to seven additional Ogryns at +25pts each It’z dark in dere! Unit Composition: Furious Charge 3 Ogryns It’z dark in dere!: Ogryns must do a Ld test before embarking on Any vehicle. Ripper Gun: 12” STR 5, AP ‐, Assault 3.