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Kill Team: Pariah Nexus & Killzones

Last Sunday, Games Workshop announced the products that will go up for pre-order this weekend. Amongst them are several new releases for Kill Team including the new Pariah Nexus box. I was surprised at the number of releases since I had only seen previews of Pariah Nexus itself, but I’m left with really mixed feelings […]

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Less Disgustingly Resilient?

Games Workshop has previewed the new version of the Disgustingly Resilient rule for the upcoming Death Guard codex for 9th edition Warhammer 40,000. It is a big change from how the rule has worked since 8th edition. The old version of Disgustingly Resilient has been shared by the Death Guard and Nurgle Daemons for all […]

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A Warhammer 40k Timeline Fix

With the end of 7th edition and the beginning of 8th edition, the story timeline of Warhammer 40,000 jumped forward. The final narrative expansion for 7th edition, The Gathering Storm, saw the siege and destruction of Cadia, the birth of Ynnead, and the return of the Primarch Roboute Guilliman. Then with 8th edition’s release, the […]

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Decadence & Decay

Games Workshop did an online Warhammer Preview titled Decadence & Decay on Saturday. It included previews for Warhammer 40,000, Necromunda, Middle Earth Strategy Battle Game, Warhammer Underworlds, and Age of Sigmar. You can read their post with all the previews on Warhammer Community. While the Warhammer Underworlds miniatures are tempting me, I only play 40k, […]

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Kill Team & 9th Edition

When 9th edition Warhammer 40,000 was first being previewed, the initial FAQ included the following: What happens to Kill Team? Absolutely nothing. It’s still there, and it’s still great. Kill Team is its own rules set, so it isn’t affected by changes to the main Warhammer 40,000 game. However, with new editions come new models, […]

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9th Edition Game Sizes

One of the features of 9th edition Warhammer 40,000 that I like is the scale of game sizes that it supports. In previous editions, the game broadly assumed a game on a 6′ × 4′ table with armies at about 2,000 points each. With different table sizes, the battle maps for missions could break down […]