Posts Tagged ‘Imperial Armour’

Ruleset Update

Posted: June 25, 2015 by The Master of the Adeptus Administratum in Composition, Dataslate, Digital, Expansions, Forgeworld, News, Rules
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At long last we now have a comprehensive list of codices, supplements, dataslates, and Imperial Armour books cataloged on the Ruleset page.  Players may select their armies using units and formations from these sources, following the tournament rules for Army Selection.

This list of approved sources of units is now over 60 published sources, so players have an unprecedented amount of choice for how to compose their armies.  Army lists must be submitted to the organizers for validation so when preparing your list be sure to note the source(s) that your force is selected from.

There have been a lot of changes to the 40k ruleset over the past year, and it has been a great deal of effort to organize and present this list.  So should something not be listed, please let us know.

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New From Forgeworld

Posted: May 23, 2013 by The Master of the Adeptus Administratum in Forgeworld, Hobby, News, Rules, Scenarios, Tactica
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Forgeworld has released their next ‘Second Edition’ Imperial Armour book:  Imperial Armour Volume Three Second Edition – The Taros Campaign.

 

While the naming convention and release order may lend itself to a bit of confusion, there is none when it comes to the reason behind this book being the second one to get the v6 treatment to produce a Second Edition.  The main force featured in the book is the Tau.  With their recent codex release and massive popularity, it makes great sense to have the complete Tau range of models available with updated rules for sixth edition.  In addtion, this book also has a new Elysian Drop Troops army list, and rules for fielding Tallaran Desert Raiders using Codex: Imperial Guard.  The Imperial guard dovetail well with the recently released Imperial Armour Volume One Second Edition – Imperial Guard.

Seeing these Imperial Armour books being updated for sixth edition is an important factor in getting more players using these great models in their games of 40K, and will undoubtedly help bring these units more into the mainstream and the greater tournament scene.  Note that units from this book will be allowed for the upcoming Astronomi-con tournaments in Toronto and Vancouver.

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It would stand to reason that the other Imperial Armour Volumes will receive similar treatment as 40k codices are released.  However, with the upcoming Eldar codex, should we expect a Second Edition for Imperial Armour Eleven – The Doom of Mymeara?