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bd40bc7c7a 2016/01/25 22:41:39 Subject: Shadowsword: Imperial Armour or Apocalypse . All the firepower is rounded out by a 6+ invulnerable save against blast and template weapons, and the ability to reroll failed dangerous terrain tests. There are currently ten official variants (nine of which have models), with the names being a nightmarish jumble of "Bane," "Sword," "Storm," "Shadow," "Blade" and "Hammer" to the point it's difficult remembering which is which. Actually, inquisition players have to use the better version in C:I - they cannot use the C:AM version. 2016/01/26 00:09:03 Subject: Shadowsword: Imperial Armour or Apocalypse .
Nothing can stand against a direct hit from this, even Titans baulk at facing them on the battlefield. Pew pew, bitches. 13th Legion: 3000 Bolt Action Germans: 2000 pts The Empire : 15 models WMH CoC: 40 points (30 fully painted!) 500 pts . This seems to be a constant trope in 40K - sending a large amount of bodies to retrieve one body. as long as you have the FW model. Last update was at 2016/01/25 23:18:51 "If you wait a few months, they'll pick one of the worst codexes and they'll nerf almost everything, its an abstract sort of balance, but it's the sort of balance gw likes. Its on the Forge World list of Lords of War so yes you do Which is where? I can't see that pdf document in their download section anymore. But Codex:AM is newer so it therefore replaces a unit in a different book.