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Campaign Badges are often conflict, and chapter, specific, and finding any definitive one is proving quite difficult. From what I can remember of playing the actual 3rd War for Armageddon campaign (showing my age now!), there wasn't an overall Campaign Badge for Imperial Forces, but there were a number of area/region specific badges that were used. ...


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It's not a hiccup, p48 of the main rulebook covers this. In short, it means that both combatants have their Initiative reduced to 1, which in turn means that they are striking simultaneously. And to clarify, Concussive reduces the opponents Initiative to 1 for the next assault phase. So if a Thunder Hammer + Storm Shield terminator were attacking a model ...


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Mini War Gaming published a series of battle reports of Chaos vs. Orks. You can find them here (half of them are free to view, the rest need a subscription). Then, a user named Boff89 got inspired and shared this PDF on their forum. The introduction to the rules is signed by "Eric PB". While these aren't the same exact rules used in Mini War Gameing's ...


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From Codex Space Marines, under the Cluster Mine entry in the Glossary: ...may booby trap a single piece of battlefield terrain... That reads as a specific, identified piece of terrain as placed during set-up. I.e. woods, ruins etc. The only mention of "small" is the suggestion to place a small marker to remind both players of the booby trapped ...


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It depends largely on your Tournament Organiser, as there are no 'official' GW run tournaments any more. Most places I have seen are fine so long as the model is WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) - which means that it's easily recognisable for what it is and what it's equipped with (i.e. customised shoulder pads/ head swaps etc are fine, but don't try ...



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