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This original version came as a very detailed, though rather jumbled, rulebook, which made it most suitable for fighting small skirmishes. Much of the composition of the units was determined randomly, by rolling dice.
A few elements of the setting Bolters , Lasguns , Frag Grenades , Terminator Armour can be seen in a set of earlier wargaming rules called Laserburn produced by the now defunct company Tabletop Games written by Bryan Ansell.
These rules were later expanded by both Ansell and Richard Halliwell both of whom ended up working for Games Workshop , although the rules were not a precursor to Rogue Trader. Soon the Games Workshop hobby magazine, White Dwarf , started making army lists and devising strategies for people to use in these Rogue Trader games.
New models were released by Games Workshop for the line and the many people who had always enjoyed Warhammer Fantasy were now thrilled at the idea of Warhammer 40, as a tabletop wargame, which was essentially a dark science fiction or more properly a dark science fantasy setting with many of the same tropes and elements as its dark fantasy counterpart.
The release of this edition was marked by the production of a boxed starter set containing Ork and Space Marine models with dice and a rules book. The animating idea behind this edition of the game was to provide more opportunities for players to participate in larger battles. Also special characters were introduced to replace the older concept of battlefield heroes the earlier edition only had three generic "heroic" profiles for each army: champion, minor and major hero. New rules were also provided for the use of psychic powers which were essentially the equivalent of the magical system deployed in Warhammer Fantasy.
Best value on high LD models that already brought an Invulnerable save with them Chaplains, Captains leading units packing direct fire, non-Twin-Linked, maybe Gets Hot!
Wasted supporting non-Attack Bike-centric Bikestars. Gorgon's Chain: 45 points. Unlike Shield Eternal, this does not sacrifice your ability to get the two-weapon bonus!!! This is the lynchpin of Chapter Master Smashfucker - in general, only use it when you're going full hog for an unkillable beatstick. Tactical Objectives Also released with Angels of Death.
Just make sure you got them in position to die. If there's two or more equidistant from the center, then your enemy can screw it up for you. Not too bad to grab.
If you kill more than 3, then you win d3 VP. Contains copy-pasta from the Gladius, plus some new units. An optimal scenario has a Las-plas Razorback carrying a team of Tactical Marines. The Razorback moves 6", and the Marines disembark 3" away. They open fire at a choice target, before boarding their transport again.
Multiply this by 3 and you have a solid army core to work with. When the Razorbacks do die, the Marines inside will still remain a threat due to the improved FNP from the detachment, as well as the ability to keep moving after firing; obsec is nice and all and losing it hurts, but actually getting to the objective and surviving to hold it also matters too. Round off with your Warlord getting a second Strategic Trait, and this detachment has a lot of small force multipliers that let it snowball into something more than the sum of its parts.
Alternately, this formation can also appeal to tank players. Moreover, all you need to round up the bigger Decurion is a Dreadnought which gets almost all of the same bonuses, thus you can have the most resilient armored fire support formation EVER for under points. Now go ahead and include Smashfucker as a Command choice.
Plonk this formation on top of a shielded Landing Pad and duck. In fact, this formation has astonishingly little access to Techmarines; the only way to field them is via the Armoured Task Force detachment. It's a sharp contrast with an Anvil Strike Force or the Space Wolves, either of whom can spam an incredible number of Techmarines.
RAW, units that don't take up a Force Organisation slot can be included in any Detachment if they obey its restrictions. Formations are Detachments. So, nothing prevents you from taking up to 3 Techies per Battle Company as an entourage for its Captain or Chaplain. Also of note is the ability to effectively split a squadron's fire while keeping the bonuses. Unfortunately, it's not as great for Whirlwinds; Multiple Barrage forces you to lay down your blast templates in a specific pattern regardless of the targets of the non-primary firer, so choosing different targets or the same target twice, but declared to be different does not let you re-roll scatter independently.
As Independent Characters are critical to the benefits of this Formation, here are your ways to field them, gathered together: Command Strike Force Command can get you a Terminator Captain, Captain, or Chaplain.
Reclusiam Command Squad bans the Chaplain from leaving the unit but does not remove the IC rule from him, so this gets you one that will emit the bubble. Librarius Conclave gets you Librarians, definitely the easiest way to get your hands on some ICs. Armoured Task Force will net you a Techmarine, the only way to get one in this formation. As noted above, remember that the Thunderfire Gunners are not ICs.
These guys also rely on speed like the Raven Guard, but they take Bikes as troops. Requirements: Only special character allowed is Kor'Sarro Khan. All units also get Hit and run, and can re-roll their run distance as long as they are only composed of White Scars models.
If you lack a bike, then you get the one below. Good for AA shenanigans since you can let your flyer come on after you opponent's one. Straightforward and useful. Hammer of the Khan: Hammer of Wrath. If he already has it, Warlord makes d3 HoW hits, which is cool. Brutal on a kitted out Chapter Master. If shit luck strikes you can retry sweeping that weeaboo squad you charged. Per the Angels of Death supplement, you can mix and match with the vanilla relics.
Banner of the Eagle 30 points - Can only be taken by models that can pick from the Space Marine Standards list. Glaive of Vengeance 30 points - A master-crafted power lance on steroids. If you're a chapter master with the Hunter White Scars warlord trait, you're hitting the enemy warlord with 7 lascannons on the charge.
Hunter's Eye 20 points - This is without question the single best relic ever for Marines. This is your answer to fucking over any Jink or cover anywhere, especially when joining the typical SM deathstars grav biker Command Squad, grav Centurions. Copycat from Space Wolves' Durfast Helm.
Mantle of the Stormseer 20 points - Librarians only. This gives them Adamantium Will and the Psychic Maelstrom power for free, not counting towards power allotment or Psychic Focus. A nifty bonus, but AP3 really sucks for a point relic - spend 5 more points for Glaive of Vengeance instead. Wrath of the Heavens 25 points - It's a super-bike. It can turbo-boost up to 18" and can go over terrain and models, just like a jetbike, because those crazy space Mongols can put grav-engines on a bike and make it badass.
Problem is you have to turbo boost alone to use that, so you should probably save those 5 points and take a normal bike. Tactical Objectives: 11 - Rapid Redeployment Find an Objective that's more than 18" from your models. Win 1 VP when you control it. Easy point? Heck yes. It specifies this on the card.
Pick your battles wisely if you draw this.
Consider using a small tac squad with a flamer fighting enemy with a lower inititive. You win 1 VP if you kill a model with 3 wounds during an assault phase.
You win d3 VP if you kill a model with 5 wounds during assault. Issue with this is that bikers aren't the best with prolonged combats without pricy stuff like Power Axes or Fists. Remember, these "elements" can be used as a stand-alone formation: you have to be White Scars to use the Scarblade Strike Force FOC, but you don't have to be White Scars to take any of the new formations introduced in the Kauyon book. You may also take a Speartip Strike or Stormbringer Squadron.
They get angrier the more guys they lose, making them a dangerous proposition if they can get across the board. Black Templars are the only ones who can field Crusader Squads, which keep the ability to field a special and heavy weapon in a 5-man squad, and can mix Scouts Neophytes into their Marine squads. Also, no Librarians for you. If any model dies during the Shooting or Overwatch phase so you can technically benefit from a failed Gets Hot , they now get Rage and Counter-Attack for the turn, which helps.
This used to be Rending and re-roll misses in challenges in 6th edition, so a loss to your challenge muscle translates to a more broadly applicable gain. The weakest of the Codex Chapter tactics.
Again, WHY couldn't we have the Vows? Honour Demands Combat: Warlord and his unit can re-roll failed charges. OathKeeper: Warlord gets Fearless and can also re-roll to-hit in a challenge. Any beatstick's gonna want this to stall a big-league unit.
Unyielding Determination: Warlord and units within 12" get to re-roll Pinning, Fear, and Morale tests. Also, you can re-roll failed Pinning tests, but cannot go to ground voluntarily or download Camo Cloaks, which render Scout objective campers useless. Not like you really need them with FNP Tacticals.
Use this in a Siege Assault Vanguard army. You now have access to a man tactical squad with bolt pistols and chainswords with Land Raiders as dedicated transports, or you could take a regular tactical squad and give them siege mantlets re-rollable armour saves. Either way, FNP works extraordinarily well with both squads. Red Scorpions also have the option to upgrade their relic blades at an additional cost. This makes their captains and vanguard vets a bit more intimidating, or at least diverse.
Carcharodons : Fear. After destroying an enemy unit in assault or forcing an enemy unit to fall back, they gain Rage, but must consolidate towards the nearest enemy unit it is capable of damaging in an assault. Keep in mind that if you use this Chapter Tactic, you can only ally with other Imperial armies, and even then their relationship is downgraded to Desperate Allies.
Dreadnoughts have also become that much more dangerous, with Fear and easily getting Rage either by squashing a unit or making them fall back with Our Weapons Are Useless. This tactic can have a huge benefit for Battle Demi-Companies.
It's worth noting that RAW, units can gain Rage by simply blasting an enemy unit from range and making them fall back. I wish. Also, any unit that didn't move during the movement phase may shoot their boltguns Forgeworld has specified that Hurricane Bolters don't count here , combi-weapons fired as boltguns, or bolt pistols as Heavy 1 Rending, including Sternguard Special Ammunition.
This turns otherwise mundane weapons into serious threats against MCs and light vehicles AV12 or less. Note: even though the Strike From the Shadows description is the 6e Raven Guard Chapter Tactics, it specifically states that they have the same rule as Raven Guard, hence the "upgrade" in 7e.
Technically, it does specify Codex: Space Marines, while the 7e codex is called Adeptus Astartes, but that would be really overbearing rules lawyering It does not state they must have the same rule as Raven Guard; the wording is that they have two rules, Strike from the Shadows, which is listed as Strike from the Shadows as per the Raven Guard Chapter Tactic in Codex: Space Marines :, and Legendary Marksmen, which has no reference to the Raven Guard as such.