Greetings everyone. Let me open this article by stating that in no way am I trying to undermine or insult anyone, which may immediately cause some to worry. This article was brought about by an idea that had popped into my head having overheard something that struck me as both fascinating and undeniably relevant in 40k. It even extends beyond the boarders of the grim dark, and could in itself be considered a core foundation to making yourself a better gamer. And like all good foundations, it's simple.
"One should always aspire to challenge what they believe in. It's deciding that you "know" the truth that sets you up for failure."
Ah, now we're finally in to the heart of the beast. For an army that bills its self about being elite, the elites slot must be something truly special, right? Well... Maybe. Keep reading and find out if this jam packed section truly lives up to its namesake.
What's this? What's this? A podcast in the air? Join myself, Heretic, and Godfrey as we have a free form and open table discussion about the state of 40k post C:SM, and do a little though experiment about the dice we roll.
It's Thanksgiving here in the states and I'm out of town with family. I'm grateful for them, their health and my ability to travel to see them. I hope you all have the opportunity to at least talk to those you love this holiday season. I'm thankful for finding another player in Fairfax to play against and will be posting photos with a battle report soon. Until then, I hope you all have a good holiday season and I'll be putting as much of my creative energy into Dark Heresy and wrapping up a campaign as I can. Hopefully we can get some podcasts out to you all soon.
Hello students and welcome to the fifth part of our study of the Space Marine codex. Today, we elaborate on some of our fundamentals that were covered in our primer. Today, we look at the necessary evils which define our power armored friends, tactical squads and dedicated transports. If you've already forgotten those precious commands, worry not. I'll reintroduce them. Brace yourselves, and we'll catch up on the other side of the break.
General hellos to everyone. So my musing on 40k continue, and hot of the heals of looking at some of 6th edition's effects on 40k, some unique and others revisiting old rules (just for you Chris!), I now turn my gaze back a little at something that really started becoming a big thing in 5th edition. While yes it is something that has existed for quite some time, 5th edition started something... and 6th has taken it and run with it. The ability to swap units from one section to another, affectionately coined the Force Organization Swap.