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9th edition is on the way, and with it a whole raft of changes to the factions of Warhammer 40,000. With the Munitorum Field Manual out in the wild, the Faction FAQs released and the first details of the Grand Tournament Mission Pack shown on stream, now's a good time to start taking a look at what's changed for all of our favourite armies.
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Battle Report: 500 point tournament Following on from my post yesterday about the list I used, here's some details on how I went in my three games. The tournament was held at Maelstrom Games in Mansfield, and it's a really great gaming venue which will be even better when the whole area is open:
Mar 27, 2020 · At first glance you might say, wow look at how cohesive and kinda cool that army looks, but on closer inspection on this HUGE Nurgle Death Guard Chaos Space Marine Army for Warhammer 40,000 40k. You will notice the mounds of whatever, the seller calls “tons of glue, thermoplastics, bits and epoxy”.
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Necron Army List. Created by Buster Highmen. Most all Necron army models with stats and data cards. ... "The Shrine of Saint Sabbat (born 500.M35, martyred 650.M35 ...
This simple list isn't bad, I love my MegaNobz for sure. However, the main flaw I see is that MANZ are super slow. Against pretty shooty armies (Necrons for example) it'll be all a game of patience, hoping to get at least one MANZ and a few Boys across the table before they succeed in shooting everything off the table.
500 points on a 4' X 4' table. We played The Emperor's Will (2 objectives worth 3 points each) and Dawn of War setup. Necrons (Note that no HQ is required for this tier so we ignore Slay the Warlord as well) Necron Warriors(20) with Gause Rifles Necron Warriors(10) with Gause Rifles Necron Immortals(8?) with Tesla Carbines