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T’au, Vigilus Alone, Blood Bowl, new JoyToy and More are available now from Games Workshop

The codex for Warhammer 40,000 are rolling out quickly in 2022! Codex: T’au Empire is one of the big releases available for pre-order now. It includes all the rules you need to field this army on the tabletop. You’ll find background lore, Crusade rules that allow you to start your own sphere of expansion, and more!

There are two editions including a collector’s edition featuring a premium soft-touch cover, printed page edges, and a black ribbon page marker.

Purchase: Collector’s Edition – $80Regular Edition – $50

Codex: T'au Empire

Darkstrider gets a new miniature complete with a cluster of scanning drones.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $35

Darkstrider

T’au Empire Ethereals provide spiritual guidance for the greater good. This is the first time this miniature has been released outside of the Start Collecting T’au box.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $30

T’au Empire Ethereals

Speaking of starting to collect, the Combat Patrol: T’au Empire arrives! Lead from the front with a Cadre Fireblade supported by a squad of Fire Warriors, while Stealth Battlesuits and a mighty Ghostkeel Battlesuit use their optic camouflage to flank the enemy, all guided by the wisdom of an Ethereal advisor.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $140

Combat Patrol: T’au Empire

Show off your belief in the greater good with the T’au Empire Dice Set.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $35

T’au Empire Dice Set

Keep track of your forces with the T’au Empire Datacards which act as an easy way to reference rules.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $25

T’au Empire Datacards

Getting some advanced tech with T’au Empire Forge World Kits. Add the destructive firepower of the massive KX139 Ta’unar Supremacy Armour, bring death from above with the AX 1-0 Tigershark, and recruit additional battlesuits in the form of the XV107 and XV109 variants at the same time as you buy your new codex.

That’s not the only thing coming for Warhammer 40,000. You’ll also be able to get War Zone Nachmund: Vigilus Alone. It features new rules and lore that takes you into the contested region and allow you to expand your narrative games. The supplement features an in-depth campaign system for Imperial and Chaos forces (plus xenos allies of convenience), extra Crusade rules for constructing an Army of Faith, a new Army of Renown for sneaky Space Marines, and a codex supplement for the angriest Adepta Sororitas, the Order of the Bloody Rose.

A collectors’ edition features a soft-touch cover with silver foil blocking, printed page edges, and a Vigilus poster that does double duty as a campaign tracker.

Purchase: Collector’s Edition – $80Regular Edition – $50

You’ll also be able to get Crusade Mission Pack: Wars of Faith. It contains everything you need to battle in the Nachmund SYstem. Raise sacred shrines, topple your opponent’s houses of heresy, and take out the blasphemers! It features Crusade rules, 24 new Crusade missions (six each for Combat Patrol-, Incursion-, Strike Force-, and Onslaught-sized games), requisitions, agendas, and Battle Traits, as well as a table of special upgrades for your priest.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $40

Crusade Mission Pack: Wars of Faith

Space Marines get some much needed new releases starting with a Space Marine Captain in Gravis Armour. The miniature features three separate helmet options, a master-crafted power sword or chainsword, or two power fists.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $35

Space Marine Captain in Gravis Armour

Raise your banner with the Space Marines Primaris Ancient. It features two different flags and heads to choose from. It also features a bolt rifle slung over one shoulder and power sword.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $35

Space Marines Primaris Ancient

With rules in Vigilus Alone, go all in with the Order of the Bloody Rose and the Order of the Bloody Rose Dice Set.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $35

Order of the Bloody Rose Dice Set

JoyToy‘s next release will be available with the Invictor Tactical Warsuit.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $150

Invictor Tactical Warsuit

Blood Bowl gets a release with Spike! Presents 2021 Almanac. It features content from issues #11-13. The includes rules for Necromantic Horror, Black Orc, Imperial Nobility, and Khorne teams.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $50

Spike! Presents 2021 Almanac

From Black Library, you can sit back and enjoy a few new books.

Gitslayer gets a paperback release. The book by Darius Hinks sees Gotrek Gurnisson facing off against the Gloomspite Gitz.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $16

Gitslayer

Gothgul Hollow by Anna Stephens takes you into some Warhammer Horror about an ancient curse and the four who seek to break it.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $16

Gothgul Hollow

French versions of Urdesh: The Magister by Matthew Farrer and the Martyr and The Helwinter Gate by Chris Wraight will be available as well.

T’au Arrive, Vigilus Alone, Blood Bowl, new JoyToy and More Next Week from Games Workshop

The codex for Warhammer 40,000 are rolling out quickly in 2022! Codex: T’au Empire is one of the big releases available for pre-order this coming week. It includes all the rules you need to field this army on the tabletop. You’ll find background lore, Crusade rules that allow you to start your own sphere of expansion, and more!

There are two editions including a collector’s edition featuring a premium soft-touch cover, printed page edges, and a black ribbon page marker.

Codex: T'au Empire

Darkstrider gets a new miniature complete with a cluster of scanning drones.

Darkstrider

T’au Empire Ethereals provide spiritual guidance for the greater good. This is the first time this miniature has been released outside of the Start Collecting T’au box.

T’au Empire Ethereals

Speaking of starting to collect, the Combat Patrol: T’au Empire arrives! Lead from the front with a Cadre Fireblade supported by a squad of Fire Warriors, while Stealth Battlesuits and a mighty Ghostkeel Battlesuit use their optic camouflage to flank the enemy, all guided by the wisdom of an Ethereal advisor.

Combat Patrol: T’au Empire

Show off your belief in the greater good with the T’au Empire Dice Set.

T’au Empire Dice Set

Keep track of your forces with the T’au Empire Datacards which act as an easy way to reference rules.

T’au Empire Datacards

Getting some advanced tech with T’au Empire Forge World Kits. Add the destructive firepower of the massive KX139 Ta’unar Supremacy Armour, bring death from above with the AX 1-0 Tigershark, and recruit additional battlesuits in the form of the XV107 and XV109 variants at the same time as you buy your new codex.

That’s not the only thing coming for Warhammer 40,000. You’ll also be able to get War Zone Nachmund: Vigilus Alone. It features new rules and lore that takes you into the contested region and allow you to expand your narrative games. The supplement features an in-depth campaign system for Imperial and Chaos forces (plus xenos allies of convenience), extra Crusade rules for constructing an Army of Faith, a new Army of Renown for sneaky Space Marines, and a codex supplement for the angriest Adepta Sororitas, the Order of the Bloody Rose.

A collectors’ edition features a soft-touch cover with silver foil blocking, printed page edges, and a Vigilus poster that does double duty as a campaign tracker.

You’ll also be able to get Crusade Mission Pack: Wars of Faith. It contains everything you need to battle in the Nachmund SYstem. Raise sacred shrines, topple your opponent’s houses of heresy, and take out the blasphemers! It features Crusade rules, 24 new Crusade missions (six each for Combat Patrol-, Incursion-, Strike Force-, and Onslaught-sized games), requisitions, agendas, and Battle Traits, as well as a table of special upgrades for your priest.

Crusade Mission Pack: Wars of Faith

Space Marines get some much needed new releases starting with a Space Marine Captain in Gravis Armour. The miniature features three separate helmet options, a master-crafted power sword or chainsword, or two power fists.

Space Marine Captain in Gravis Armour

Raise your banner with the Space Marines Primaris Ancient. It features two different flags and heads to choose from. It also features a bolt rifle slung over one shoulder and power sword.

Space Marines Primaris Ancient

With rules in Vigilus Alone, go all in with the Order of the Bloody Rose and the Order of the Bloody Rose Dice Set.

Order of the Bloody Rose Dice Set

JoyToy‘s next release will be available with the Invictor Tactical Warsuit.

Invictor Tactical Warsuit

Blood Bowl gets a release with Spike! Presents 2021 Almanac. It features content from issues #11-13. The includes rules for Necromantic Horror, Black Orc, Imperial Nobility, and Khorne teams.

Spike! Presents 2021 Almanac

From Black Library, you can sit back and enjoy a few new books.

Gitslayer gets a paperback release. The book by Darius Hinks sees Gotrek Gurnisson facing off against the Gloomspite Gitz.

Gitslayer

Gothgul Hollow by Anna Stephens takes you into some Warhammer Horror about an ancient curse and the four who seek to break it.

Gothgul Hollow

French versions of Urdesh: The Magister by Matthew Farrer and the Martyr and The Helwinter Gate by Chris Wraight will be available as well.

New Warhammer 40,000 Combat Patrols Make Your 2022 Army Building Easier

Games Workshop has revealed new Warhammer 40,000 Combat Patrols for 2022 to help build out your forces or start a new one!

T’au, Grey Knights, Adeptus Custodes, Genestealer Cults, and Thousand Sons are all getting new Combat Patrol releases.

Combat Patrols have retailed for $140 and featured pretty decent savings. If things remain the same, how do these stack up?

  • T’au: ~$218 retail separately, the Ethereal figure currently is only in the Start Collecting box.
  • Grey Knights: ~$175, the box features a five man Strike Squad making the value a little less than others.
  • Adeptus Custodes: ~$218, the box has a nice mix and is one of the more intriguing releases and the box’s value will really be determined by what units you can make out of it as is.
  • Genestealer Cults: ~$258, if this one keeps the regular retail price for the boxes, it might be one of the best values out there and as far as a force, this one looks like a really solid way to start.
  • Thousand Sons: ~$178, the character included isn’t currently offered on its own so this one’s a bit of a guess. The inclusion of so many Tzaangors and no Rubric Marines is a bit odd.

T’au Pathfinders Battle Novitiate Sisters in Kill Team: Chalnath

At Gen Con 2021, Games Workshop revealed the first expansion for the new edition of Kill Team, Kill Team: Chalnath. The expansion leaves the Octarius Sector for another corner of Imperium Nihilus.

The box set is full of “new” including a new unit for the Sisters of Battle as well as new miniatures for T’au.

Novitiate Sisters are Sisters of Battle in training looking to prove themselves and advance. Lighter armed, the aspirants carry holy relics into battle. The new kit features a flexible loadout and posing.

T’au are what they’ll be going up against bringing specialized Pathfinders to the battle. Excellent at infiltration and reconnaissance, they carry high-powered weapons to spring ambushes while drones provide support. This is a new updated kit for T’au Pathfinders and includes an upgrade sprue to add options to the flexible squad. It includes new heads, weapons, upgrades, and all of the high-tech gadgets you’ll need.

Both units are great for Kill Team as well as your games of Warhammer 40,000.

Kill Team: Chalnath will also come with a full Killzone of Imperial ruins to do battle. The box set includes a Rules Manual featuring nine new missions, expanded rules for both squads, Strategic Ploys, Battle Honors, and more.

Games Workshop Reveals the T’au Remora for Aeronautica Imperialis

The T’au are getting some new additions to their fleet for Aeronautica Imperialis, the Remora Drones! These AI-controlled aircraft are coming soon from Forge World.

The Remora are light fighters as opposed to defensive drones. They’re mainly used to fly in environents too hostile for traditional aircraft but have evolved to be so much more. They are now used as a support role adding extra firepower.

With good speed and agility, they can get their weapons into good firing position, made to take on clunkier bombers. They also have the ability to hover in place to create bottlenecks.

Armed with burst cannons and a pair of seeker missiles they can take out far more expensive aircraft their pitted against.

They also benefit from the “Stealth” rule due to their size giving them some protection against enemy ground assets.

They also are able to ignore g-force making it easier to execute tight turns making them very nimble. The “Jink” rule allows them to slip into advantageous firing positions or dodge out of a deadly fire arc.

The Sons of Sanguinius and Army Boxes Arrive in this Week’s Games Workshop Pre-Order

Games Workshop gets loaded up for the holidays with the release of a new codex for Warhammer 40K and army boxes for 40K and Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. Check out below what you can pre-order now!

Fall into the red thirst with the new codex for the Blood Angels. The sons of Sanguinius get the spotlight with a new book covering their history, heraldry, and specialized units. There are unique rules for the Blood Angels and their successor Chapters. The codex has a regular and limited edition.

You’ll be able to show off your devotion to the army with datacards and dice. The Blood Angels Datacards help keep track of Strategems, psychic powers, and new Death Visions. You’ll also be able to deal some damage with new red and black Blood Angels dice that fit the army featuring blood drops!

But you’ll need a force to do battle with and Games Workshop has you covered with all new models!

Build a force quickly with Combat Patrol: Blood Angels. The box features some core troops and a Librarian to lead them, an Impulsor, and a pair of Blood Angels upgrade frames.

Combat Patrol: Blood Angels

But, what’s a Blood Angels force without the Death Company?! You’ll be able to get Death Company Intercessors to strike terror in your opponents. The kit features five Intercessors and a Blood Angels upgrade frame.

Death Company Intercessors

But, it’s not just Blood Angels in the spotlight, Space Marines as a whole get some reinforcements.

You’ll be able to get Assault Intercessors to add to your force. The multipart kit contains loads of new weapon options and poses including several options to equip your Sergeant. There’s enough to build a full squad of 10.

Assault Intercessors

The Primaris Space Marines also get their first main battle tank in the Gladiator. With it you’ll be able to build the Valiant, Reaper, or Lancer tanks!

Gladiator

Army boxes are an easy way to build your forces and Games Workshop is releasing a handful for both Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer: Age of Sigmar.

For Age of Sigmar, you’ll be able to get:

You can also start a whole new force or bolster an existing one with these Warhammer 40,000 army boxes:

Black Library has you covered with Guy Haley‘s Astorath: Angel of Mercy which will be available as a hardback limited edition. The release is limited to 1,250 copies and it’s signed by the author. The book also contains Haley’s short story, “The Redeemer”.

Astorath: Angel of Mercy

If audiobooks are more your thing, Nexus + Other Stories will be available to pre-order as well. This collection includes a novella, plus more than a dozen short stories that explore many of the factions across the galaxy. It’s as exciting for someone just getting started with Warhammer 40,000 as it is for seasoned veterans.

Nexus + Other Stories

Games Workshop Reveals Army Boxes, Blood Angels, and More for Next Week’s Pre-Orders

Next weekend Games Workshop gets loaded up for the holidays with the release of a new codex for Warhammer 40K and army boxes for 40K and Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. Check out below what you’ll be able to pre-order starting Saturday, November 28.

Fall into the red thirst with the new codex for the Blood Angels. The sons of Sanguinius get the spotlight with a new book covering their history, heraldry, and specialized units. There are unique rules for the Blood Angels and their successor Chapters. The codex has a regular and limited edition.

You’ll be able to show off your devotion to the army with datacards and dice. The Blood Angels Datacards help keep track of Strategems, psychic powers, and new Death Visions. You’ll also be able to deal some damage with new red and black Blood Angels dice that fit the army featuring blood drops!

But you’ll need a force to do battle with and Games Workshop has you covered with all new models!

Build a force quickly with Combat Patrol: Blood Angels. The box features some core troops and a Librarian to lead them, an Impulsor, and a pair of Blood Angels upgrade frames.

Combat Patrol: Blood Angels

But, what’s a Blood Angels force without the Death Company?! You’ll be able to get Death Company Intercessors to strike terror in your opponents. The kit features five Intercessors and a Blood Angels upgrade frame.

Death Company Intercessors

But, it’s not just Blood Angels in the spotlight, Space Marines as a whole get some reinforcements.

You’ll be able to get Assault Intercessors to add to your force. The multipart kit contains loads of new weapon options and poses including several options to equip your Sergeant. There’s enough to build a full squad of 10.

Assault Intercessors

The Primaris Space Marines also get their first main battle tank in the Gladiator. With it you’ll be able to build the Valiant, Reaper, or Lancer tanks!

Gladiator

Army boxes are an easy way to build your forces and Games Workshop is releasing a handful for both Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer: Age of Sigmar.

For Age of Sigmar, you’ll be able to get:

  • Disciples of Tzeentch – Fatesworn Host – Massed mortal infantry supported by a greater daemon of Tzeentch
  • Kharadron Overlords – Barak-Nar Skyfleet – Plunder the realms and turn a tidy profit with this airborne force of Kharadron Overlords, led by none other than Lord-Magnate Brokk Grungsson.
  • Gloomspite Gitz – Fungal Loonhorde – Loads of troggoths and loads of squigs, a mix of heavy-hitters and cheap-and-cheerful infantry
  • Ogor Mawtribes – Meatgrinder Warglutt – An army of ogors is ready to devour the realms, led by a Tyrant and supported by an Aleguzzler Gargant!

You can also start a whole new force or bolster an existing one with these Warhammer 40,000 army boxes:

  • Space Marines – Interdiction Force – A highly mobile force of Vanguard units, including an Impulsor and an Invictor Tactical Warsuit, plus all the Phobos armor
  • Necrons – Eradication Legion – A great way to expand on the contents of the Indomitus box or any of the starter sets, and it includes an imposing Triarch Stalker and a swift and deadly Doom Scythe!
  • Astra Militarum – Bastion Platoon – Ground-pounding units, along with a few choice support vehicles, will form the core of a great collection. Also works as a Genestealer Cult or Chaos Cultists!
  • Chaos Space Marines – Decimation Warband – Stuffed with heavy infantry, a Chaos Lord to lead them, and a massive Maulerfiend (or Forgefiend) to offer support.
  • T’au Empire – Starpulse Cadre – Loads of battlesuits, a variety of infantry, plus a Piranha for good measure!
  • Tyranids – Brood Swarm – Genestealers, Gargoyles, and a bunch of big beasties!

Black Library has you covered with Guy Haley‘s Astorath: Angel of Mercy which will be available as a hardback limited edition. The release is limited to 1,250 copies and it’s signed by the author. The book also contains Haley’s short story, “The Redeemer”.

Astorath: Angel of Mercy

If audiobooks are more your thing, Nexus + Other Stories will be available to pre-order as well. This collection includes a novella, plus more than a dozen short stories that explore many of the factions across the galaxy. It’s as exciting for someone just getting started with Warhammer 40,000 as it is for seasoned veterans.

Nexus + Other Stories

Forge World also has a release for the Middle-Earth Strategy Battle Game! If you need a unit to help harass the enemy for your Azog’s Legion army, they’ve got you covered. War Bats are bred by Azog’s servants in Gundabad. They soar ahead of Bolg’s armies, flying behind enemy lines to snatch at vulnerable archers and war machine crews with their razor-sharp talons. They’ll be available for pre-order on Friday!

War Bats

Add Ground-to-Air Units to Your Aeronautica Imperialis

Forge World has two releases today for Aeronautica Imperialis. You can add ground-to-air units for your T’au and Astra Militarum forces. Check out below to see what you can pre-order now.

Fill the skies with bursts of deadly shrapnel! Defend Imperial air space with these gun emplacements. The Astra Militarum Ground Assets for Aeronautica Imperialis are up for pre-order now – including a Hydra flak battery, Basilisk Anti-aircraft Emplacement, and a fuel depot. The set retails for $35.

Astra Militarum Ground Assets

Defend T’au air space with drone-enhanced gun emplacements and support yor Air Caste fighters with additional firepower. Bring drone-enhanced anti-aircraft guns to bear on your enemies. The T’au Air Caste Ground Assets set gives you a KV 126 Skyfire Platform, KV 129 Stormfury Platform, and a communications emplacement. The set retails for $35.

T'au Air Caste Ground Assets

Take to the Skies with New Aeronautica Imperialis in this Week’s Games Workshop Releases

Games Workshop has a new batch of pre-orders up on their site packed with releases for Aeronautica Imperialis. Below are the individual releases but there’s also a lot of bundles to choose from as well.

Aeronautica Imperialis: Skies of Fire allows you to take the Imperial Guard and Tau into the skies in this miniature game. This new starter set has everything you need to play. The box set comes with 2 Astra Militarum Valkyrie Assault Carriers (can be assembled as Vendetta Assault Carriers), 3 Imperial Navy Lightning Fighters (can be assembled as Lightning Strike Fighters), 3 T’au Air Caste Barracudas AX-5-2 (can be assembled as AX-5-3 or AX-5-4), 2 T’au Air Caste Tiger Sharks, game rules, The Dogfight scenario, Squadron Lists, a reference page, tokens, game board, missions, dice, and more! It retails for $90.

Aeronautica Imperialis: Skies of Fire

The Aeronautica Imperialis: Taros Air War Campaign Book features rules including how to build your force, in-depth background on the war to retake Taros, new rules, five scenarios, rules for campaign play, squadron lists, rules for ground assets, legendary pilots, and reference guides. It retails for $35.

Aeronautica Imperialis: Taros Air War Campaign Book

Aeronautica Imperialis gets two Aircraft and Aces card sets. One for Tau and the other for the Imperial Navy. They retail for $27 a piece.

Show off your loyalty with the T’au Air Caste Dice Set and Imperial Navy Taros Dice Set. They’re $15 each set.

The Taros Area of Engagement Board allows you to expand your game with a double-sided game board that comes in two pieces and features artwork depicting two aerial war zones. It retails for $42.

Taros Area of Engagement Board

Aeronautica Imperialis: Valkyrie Assault Carriers features 4 plastic Astra Militarum Valkyrie Assault Carrier miniatures (can also be built as Vendetta Assault Carriers), 4 Aeronautica Imperialis bases (each base designates the model’s front, rear, and side arcs, has speed and altitude dials as well as a clear stand to connect the aircraft to the base), and 1 Valkyrie Squadron transfer sheet. It’s yours for $42.

Aeronautica Imperialis: Valkyrie Assault Carriers

Aeronautica Imperialis: T’au Air Caste Barracuda Fighters features 6 plastic T’au Air Caste Barracuda AX-5-2 miniatures (can also be built as AX-5-3 and AX-5-4 variants), 6 Aeronautica Imperialis bases (each base designates the model’s front, rear, and side arcs, has speed and altitude dials, as well as a clear stand to connect the aircraft to the base), and 1 T’au Aircraft transfer sheet. It retails for $42.

Aeronautica Imperialis: T'au Air Caste Barracuda Fighters

Tiger Shark AX 1-0 Fighter-Bombers comes with 2 plastic T’au Air Caste Tiger Shark AX-1-0 miniatures, armed with either paired heavy rail cannons or paired heavy plasma accelerators, 2 Aeronautica Imperialis bases, designating the model’s front, rear and side arcs as well as speed and altitude dials, and including a clear stand to connect the aircraft to each base, and 1 T’au Tiger Shark AX-1-0 transfer sheet. It retails for $42.

Tiger Shark AX 1-0 Fighter-Bombers

Aeronautica Imperialis: T’au Air Caste Tiger Shark Fighter-Bombers comes with 2 plastic T’au Air Caste Tiger Shark AX-1-0-2 miniatures (can also be built as AX-1-0-3 and AX-1-0-4 variants), 2 Aeronautica Imperialis bases (each base designates the model’s front, rear, and side arcs, has speed and altitude dials, as well as a clear stand to connect the aircraft to the base), and 1 T’au Aircraft transfer sheet. It retails for $42.

Aeronautica Imperialis: T'au Air Caste Tiger Shark Fighter-Bombers

Aeronautica Imperialis: Imperial Navy Lightning Fighters features 6 plastic Imperial Navy Lightning Strike Fighter miniatures (2 of which can be built as Lightning Fighters), 6 Aeronautica Imperialis bases (each of which designates the model’s front, rear and side arcs, speed and altitude dials, as well as a clear stand to connect the aircraft to the base), and 1 Lightning Squadron transfer sheet. It retails for $42.

Aeronautica Imperialis: Imperial Navy Lightning Fighters

Kill Team gets a release with the Kill Team Card and Dice Set which helps you keep track of your kill team’s development with this handy set of dice and datacards. It retails for $30.

Kill Team Card and Dice Set

The Middle-Earth Strategy Game gets three profile packs. You can get the Isengard and Moria Profile Card Pack, Free Peoples Profile Card Pack, and Elves and Dwarves Profile Card Pack. Each pack is $27.

Black Library has two books. You can get Ghoulslayer (paperback) for $16 and Book 52: Heralds of the Siege (paperback) for $9.99.

The T’au Empire Comes to Games Workshop’s Pre-Orders

The newest Codex for Games Workshop‘s Warhammer 40K is up for pre-order this week. The T’au Empire codex is available in multiple formats including the regular, digital, and collector’s edition.

Also released are Datacards: T’au Empire as well as a battalion detachment so you can easily build your force.

Codex: T’au Empire has everything you need to play this force including background and rules.

The book includes an introduction to the Empire as well as the evolution, philosophy, history, and language.

It also features rules for units, army abilities, wargear, Battle-forged armies, special rules for Septs, Warlord Traits, tactical objectives and more.

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