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Warhammer Digital – Newsletter

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Warhammer Digital – Newsletter

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Astra Militarum
Codex: Astra Militarum
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Designed for iPad and iPhone, this Enhanced Edition gives you all your datasheets, Stratagems, rules and more in an easy to navigate package with quick links, a glossary, pop-up rules and scrollable text.
Download it now, only from iBooks.

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Analysis: Astra Militarum Regiment Mathhammer [Revised]

Posted on October 9th, 2017 under , , . Posted by

Now that most of the rules from the new Codex Astra Militarum have previewed/leaked online, it’s time to start our proper Faction analysis. This will not be a straight regurgitation of the leaked rules, but instead a more analytical look at how the new Codex affects the Faction in competitive Matched Play. We’ll start our analysis with Cadian versus Catachan mathhammer.
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Review: Anvil Industry Trench Fighters Regiments Infantry

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Tomorrow marks the release of the new Astra Militarum Codex, including lots of inspiration fur custom regiments. So today we have a look at the brand new Trench Fighter range from Anvil Industry, multi-part resin human infantry models that work very well on their own, or as conversion bits for popular grimdark 28mm tabletop games. We’ll check out some of the possible combinations, and how well they mix with Games Workshop’s Cadian Astra Militarum range.
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Review: Anvil Industry Trench Fighters Regiments Infantry

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Tomorrow marks the release of the new Astra Militarum Codex, including lots of inspiration fur custom regiments. So today we have a look at the brand new Trench Fighter range from Anvil Industry, multi-part resin human infantry models that work very well on their own, or as conversion bits for popular grimdark 28mm tabletop games. We’ll check out some of the possible combinations, and how well they mix with Games Workshop’s Cadian Astra Militarum range.
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Warhammer Community – The Regimental Standard

Posted on October 5th, 2017 under , , , , , , . Posted by

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The Complete Guide to Conscripts

by The Warhammer Community Team

Attention, Guardsman! This is a special, officers-only edition of the Regimental Standard. In place of your required weekly reading, you are advised to field strip your lasgun while imagining potentially edifying publications you could be reading*.
RestrictedReading-Start1kAttention, Officer! Your regiment’s request for reinforcements has been granted. Due to recent casualties in war zones across the galaxy, trained troops are presently unavailable and thus you have been provided with Conscripts in their place.

Morale

Within the heart of every Guardsman is a lion, and the same is true of Conscripts – it just requires a little more coaxing. We recommend giving an inspiring speech before battle in a loud, clear voice. If the speech fails, simply repeat it, escalating in volume until the Conscripts seem duly inspired. If this still does not succeed, Commissars are specially trained to provide battlefield encouragement and should be able to make an Imperial hero out of even the most lily-livered of troops.
ConscriptsFig1se

Discipline

Unfortunately, bravery does not necessarily beget great tactical genius, and Conscripts are rarely recruited for their natural aptitude**. As such, we recommend not issuing any commands more complex than “advance” and “fire at will” – complicated manoeuvres can prove distressing to them in the heat of battle.
ConscriptsFig2ts

Organisation

Conscripts are to be fielded in units of between 20 and 30 soldiers. In units of fewer than 20, Conscripts tend to panic quickly and feel isolated, while in larger formations, troopers towards the middle of the squad become idle, believing (falsely) that having several comrades between them and the enemy/their Commissar is a guarantee of safety.
ConscriptsFig3tb

Tactics

When fielding Conscripts, the key is to keep all sentimentality from your mind. To be blunt, the construction and maintenance of a Leman Russ Battle Tank is a laborious process involving the combined efforts of the Adeptus Mechanicus and Departmento Munitorum. The recruiting of a Conscript involves putting a lasgun in the hands of a citizen and pointing them in the direction of the enemy. Be mindful of how your superiors will see the loss of one to preserve the other. Remember that rank is no shield from the gaze of the Emperor or His servants.
ConscriptsFig4g
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We hope you enjoyed this opportunity for reflection, Guardsman! While you may leave this Regimental Standard less informed that you would normally expect, remember – knowledge is to be feared!
Thought for the Day: “The Emperor asks only that you hate.”

* Some potential titles include:– The Don’ts and Don’ts of Dealing with Mutants– The Imperial Cult and the Art of Chainsword Maintenance– Never Shake Hands With an Electro-Priest, And Other Advice For Fighting With The Adeptus Mechanicus** For more information on recruitment criteria, please consult Uplifting Pamphlet 3017//D: Brave Heart, White Shield: A Four Item Checklist For Probitors
The Warhammer Community Team | October 4, 2017 at 4:18 pm | Tags: 04102017 | Categories: Featured | URL: http://wp.me/p7fGe8-CM
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Warhammer Community – The Regimental Standard

Posted on October 5th, 2017 under , , , , , , . Posted by

A new Regimental Standard courtesy of the Warhammer Community team…

New post on The Regimental Standard

The Complete Guide to Conscripts

by The Warhammer Community Team

Attention, Guardsman! This is a special, officers-only edition of the Regimental Standard. In place of your required weekly reading, you are advised to field strip your lasgun while imagining potentially edifying publications you could be reading*.
RestrictedReading-Start1kAttention, Officer! Your regiment’s request for reinforcements has been granted. Due to recent casualties in war zones across the galaxy, trained troops are presently unavailable and thus you have been provided with Conscripts in their place.

Morale

Within the heart of every Guardsman is a lion, and the same is true of Conscripts – it just requires a little more coaxing. We recommend giving an inspiring speech before battle in a loud, clear voice. If the speech fails, simply repeat it, escalating in volume until the Conscripts seem duly inspired. If this still does not succeed, Commissars are specially trained to provide battlefield encouragement and should be able to make an Imperial hero out of even the most lily-livered of troops.
ConscriptsFig1se

Discipline

Unfortunately, bravery does not necessarily beget great tactical genius, and Conscripts are rarely recruited for their natural aptitude**. As such, we recommend not issuing any commands more complex than “advance” and “fire at will” – complicated manoeuvres can prove distressing to them in the heat of battle.
ConscriptsFig2ts

Organisation

Conscripts are to be fielded in units of between 20 and 30 soldiers. In units of fewer than 20, Conscripts tend to panic quickly and feel isolated, while in larger formations, troopers towards the middle of the squad become idle, believing (falsely) that having several comrades between them and the enemy/their Commissar is a guarantee of safety.
ConscriptsFig3tb

Tactics

When fielding Conscripts, the key is to keep all sentimentality from your mind. To be blunt, the construction and maintenance of a Leman Russ Battle Tank is a laborious process involving the combined efforts of the Adeptus Mechanicus and Departmento Munitorum. The recruiting of a Conscript involves putting a lasgun in the hands of a citizen and pointing them in the direction of the enemy. Be mindful of how your superiors will see the loss of one to preserve the other. Remember that rank is no shield from the gaze of the Emperor or His servants.
ConscriptsFig4g
RestrictedReading-End2je
We hope you enjoyed this opportunity for reflection, Guardsman! While you may leave this Regimental Standard less informed that you would normally expect, remember – knowledge is to be feared!
Thought for the Day: “The Emperor asks only that you hate.”

* Some potential titles include:– The Don’ts and Don’ts of Dealing with Mutants– The Imperial Cult and the Art of Chainsword Maintenance– Never Shake Hands With an Electro-Priest, And Other Advice For Fighting With The Adeptus Mechanicus** For more information on recruitment criteria, please consult Uplifting Pamphlet 3017//D: Brave Heart, White Shield: A Four Item Checklist For Probitors
The Warhammer Community Team | October 4, 2017 at 4:18 pm | Tags: 04102017 | Categories: Featured | URL: http://wp.me/p7fGe8-CM
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Analysis: Astra Militarum Regiment Mathhammer

Posted on October 4th, 2017 under , , . Posted by

Now that most of the rules from the new Codex Astra Militarum have previewed/leaked online, it’s time to start our proper Faction analysis. This will not be a straight regurgitation of the leaked rules, but instead a more analytical look at how the new Codex affects the Faction in competitive Matched Play. We’ll start our analysis with Cadian versus Catachan mathhammer.
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Warhammer Digital – Newsletter

Posted on October 1st, 2017 under , , , , , , . Posted by

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Ynnari V Imperial Guard & Tau – Warhammer 40K Blog

Posted on September 29th, 2017 under , , , , , . Posted by

Today I have a write up of a game from Greg, our resident Aeldari (Eldar) player- and now Ynnari player. I did not write this up, for reasons that will become apparent later. The terrain used is from gamemat.eu – its awesome. Review coming soon on it! Tau List – 1,000 points Commander with Cyclic Ion Blaster, Target Lock and Advanced Targeting System Riptide with 2x Plasma Rifle, Ion Accelerator, Multi Tracker and Target Lock Astra Militarum List – 1,000 points Yarrick Pask with Heavy Bolter, Multi Meltas Sponson and Punisher Cannon 2x Astopaths 3x Leman Russ with Executioner Plasma and Plasma […]

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Battle Report – Warhammer 40000 – Imperial Knights vs Astra Militarum

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  Braden brings his Astra Militarum to face the House Metallum in a 2000pt / 3 Detachment Matched Play game of No Mercy! Advertisements

Black Library – Newsletter

Posted on September 26th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

New from the Black Library…well…new-ish…or a new format at least…

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Tyrok Fields
The Battle of Tyrok Fields
Justin D Hill
Justin Hill’s trilogy of “origin stories” for Castellan Creed comes to an end with this massive tale of an equally massive betrayal on Cadia itself. With a new incursion from the Eye of Terror expected, Imperial forces muster on the fortress world. When treachery strikes on Tyrok Fields, it falls to Creed and his loyal Cadian Eighth to rally the defenders, defeat the traitors and secure Cadia – for if they fail, it might be the first step in the fall of the Imperium itself.

This tale takes the classic story of the treachery of the Volscani Cataphracts (first told in 2003’s Codex: Eye of Terror) and shows these historic events from the perspective of Creed and his closest comrades. It’s the tale of how he earned his title of Lord-Castellan, and is the perfect thing to read while you wait for your copy of ‘Cadia Stands’ to arrive.
 

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The first Warhammer 40,000 novel
(Well, sort of)
You’ve probably noticed that this month has seen celebrations of 30 years of Warhammer 40,000, and we thought it would be fun to look back at the very first Warhammer 40,000 novel. Of course, we all know that the very first was Ian Watson’s 1993 book ‘Space Marine’, a bizarre (and wonderful) adventure that reflects a unique take on a setting that was still in its infancy. It’s well worth a read, but it’s not the first true Warhammer 40,000 novel.

That honour goes to ‘First and Only’ by Dan Abnett. Published in 1999 by Black Library, this first (but certainly not only) volume in the Gaunt’s Ghosts series follows Colonel-Commissar Ibram Gaunt and his men – the last survivors of a dead world – on a desperate mission to stop a sinister conspiracy that threatens to derail an Imperial crusade. You can download ‘First and Only’ now and experience a piece of Warhammer 40,000 history – and a fantastic novel to boot.

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Black Library – Newsletter

Posted on September 26th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

New from the Black Library…well…new-ish…or a new format at least…

A new Astra Militarum tale, and an old classic View in web browser
 

Coming Soon
New Titles
Series
Authors
Tyrok Fields
The Battle of Tyrok Fields
Justin D Hill
Justin Hill’s trilogy of “origin stories” for Castellan Creed comes to an end with this massive tale of an equally massive betrayal on Cadia itself. With a new incursion from the Eye of Terror expected, Imperial forces muster on the fortress world. When treachery strikes on Tyrok Fields, it falls to Creed and his loyal Cadian Eighth to rally the defenders, defeat the traitors and secure Cadia – for if they fail, it might be the first step in the fall of the Imperium itself.

This tale takes the classic story of the treachery of the Volscani Cataphracts (first told in 2003’s Codex: Eye of Terror) and shows these historic events from the perspective of Creed and his closest comrades. It’s the tale of how he earned his title of Lord-Castellan, and is the perfect thing to read while you wait for your copy of ‘Cadia Stands’ to arrive.
 

First time as a stand-alone eBook
Download Now
  iBooks Kindle  
 
 
The first Warhammer 40,000 novel
(Well, sort of)
You’ve probably noticed that this month has seen celebrations of 30 years of Warhammer 40,000, and we thought it would be fun to look back at the very first Warhammer 40,000 novel. Of course, we all know that the very first was Ian Watson’s 1993 book ‘Space Marine’, a bizarre (and wonderful) adventure that reflects a unique take on a setting that was still in its infancy. It’s well worth a read, but it’s not the first true Warhammer 40,000 novel.

That honour goes to ‘First and Only’ by Dan Abnett. Published in 1999 by Black Library, this first (but certainly not only) volume in the Gaunt’s Ghosts series follows Colonel-Commissar Ibram Gaunt and his men – the last survivors of a dead world – on a desperate mission to stop a sinister conspiracy that threatens to derail an Imperial crusade. You can download ‘First and Only’ now and experience a piece of Warhammer 40,000 history – and a fantastic novel to boot.

Download Now
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On the Paint Table – EDEN Convoy, Astra Telepathica and Militarum

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Fear the Cavalry! My converted all Death Rider army at NOVA

Posted on September 8th, 2017 under , , , , , , . Posted by

So I know I have been kinda quite the last few months. I had a Master Thesis to finish (in applied Physics), a cross country move/vacation (23 days CA to VA with a wedding in the middle), bought a house and then painted like a MADMAN for NOVA!And what …

Fear the Cavalry! My converted all Death Rider army at NOVA

Posted on September 8th, 2017 under , , , , , , . Posted by

So I know I have been kinda quite the last few months. I had a Master Thesis to finish (in applied Physics), a cross country move/vacation (23 days CA to VA with a wedding in the middle), bought a house and then painted like a MADMAN for NOVA!And what …

12 Command Points with a 1,000 point Astra Militarum List – 40K Blog

Posted on September 6th, 2017 under , , , , , , , , . Posted by

I often start writing this type of article and think “this isn’t worth it, everyone will know this”. In fact that happens a lot when I write any 40K Tactics or 40K List articles. But there is always someone out there that won’t of thought of this. 40K is seeing an influx of new blood and old blood coming back. Which is great! (I base that thought on the number of new people joining Twitter and Reddit as hobbyists.) So here goes, 12 Command Points in a 1,000 point Astra Militarum list. Another reason for doing this now is that […]

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Fate of Konor: Astramis Battle Report

Posted on August 2nd, 2017 under , , , , , , , , , , . Posted by

No word on the winner at my local shop yetThis, is Astramis. Astramis is home to a key star port for the Konor system, named for Guilliman’s adoptive father on Macragge. A large hive world, this represents a large population centre in Ultramar. Th…

Victoria Miniatures Sledgehammer BFG: Unboxing and Review

Posted on August 1st, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

There is something immensely satisfying about heavy artillery. And batteries of heavy artillery are a staple of 40K imagery, from the horrible, grinding trench warfare at Vraks to the Iron […]

Fate of Konor: Images from the First Battle on Astramis

Posted on July 31st, 2017 under , , , , , , , . Posted by

Battle was met on Saturday in a gruelling 5 hour slugging match. The Avengers of Mu’gulath Bay held their own, but found themselves hopelessly outgunnned after the loss of a reckless ally! Images below, full report tomorrow:See if you can work out the …