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The effects of the gate's destruction. This is from the War of the Beard special. I do not have the original files or rules, so don't bother asking me for the original files.
Luckily you can still view them on google docs They're in PDF format :. I'll be needing all the help i can get since I'm going up against dark elves, Warriors of the Chaos wastes, and high elves. You can expect a lot more freedom than in Warhammer when list building. In this game everything resolve around Detachment.
A detachment is a themed group of units or heroes ie : Outrider Detachments will be Fast attack stuff while the Battalion Detachment is going to be Troops Focused. An Apocalypse Detachment is lead by a Commander that can also be a Warlord if heroes. Warlords generate Command Assets cards but units too far from their Apocalypse Detachment Commander risk routing out. The big innovation is the introduction of the You Go i Go mechanism that mean that If you activate a Detachment then i do the same.
This can be either very good or very bad, depending on who you allow into melee range. Skulltaker: They took his Khorne damned Juggernaut option away, but Skulltaker is still pretty beastly.
Get him into combat and he'll lop heads off with ease. A pretty nice support character with a very specific focus that is overshadowed by more generalist Princes with Skullreaver and Skullmasters. Bloodmaster: Regular Herald. Needless to say, it will be extremely painful Heralds are super useful to summon during combat, if you have the space, since you aren't moving in combat anyway and they have low power levels which makes them easier to summon.
Fastest Herald of Khorne option. Has the Skull Cannon's ability to inflict mortal wounds on charged units, then heal for slain models. Painfully slow with no ranged attacks.
A good unit to summon or deep strike, but a bad one to start on the table unless the enemy is coming to you. He needs to be buffed by other HQs which is kind of odd for an HQ himself Note: Uraka's datasheet says that his controlling player may attempt to deny 1 enemy psychic power, not Uraka himself. Hence one could argue that as long as your body is within deny range of an enemy psyker and you have Uraka in your army you can attempt to deny the power yourself.
A decent number of attacks that wound more often on infantry.
Psykers nearby get minus 1 from their power rolls. Friendly units summoning near him get to reroll the summon. Anything not Khorne near him subtracts 1 from their LD. Their Hellblades are now better, being Power Swords that do 2 damage when you roll a 6 to wound. This means that their role has shifted from squishy MEQ killers to a glass cannon-type assault infantry unit that is very good at butchering multi-wound thickies like the Primaris Marines and Terminators.
These guys are brutal. Quick PSA about Instruments and Banners: One odd quirk about all the Troop choices is that you're given the option to take 1 Instrument and 1 Banner per 10 models in the unit.
However, your unit can only benefit from one of each of them. What's the point of this, you may ask? Summoning rolls and reinforcement points in matched, that's why. You see, you still have to spend the points on the models, but nothing says you have to decide what models are in each unit.
Food for thought. Remember that only one model needs to get within 1 inch of any charged unit, so the rest can fan out to touch every enemy unit they can. OR bulldoze forward through bubble wrap to expose the juicy insides of your opponent's army. Come in from a flank to fold them in why not? Just don't forget the nearby Khorne Character to reroll those dreaded triple ones.
That will kill even an Imperial Knight - bonkers! Elites[ edit ] Bloodcrushers: By Khorne, these are brutal. Position them well for an early charge before they are spotted and promptly shot to bits, or summon them with an appropriate hero and let them loose on the enemy and they would be hard-pressed to NOT win their points back. Seriously, this anon bought a bunch to use in Sigmar, but they are way more brutal in newhammer 40k. Bloodcrusher Bomb? And hey, it's not like you can't also give them a Banner of Blood alongside your other Bomb.
Food for thought Alternate Opinion: Bloodcrushers are largely if not totally outclassed by Bloodletters. It's less than Bloodcrushers are bad, but it's simply a case that Bloodletters are some of the best infantry in the game at the moment. As well as being far cheaper at 7pts , they'll produce an even greater number of attacks than the Bloodcrushers.
The Bloodcrushers larger base size might also make deep striking them an issue. Just go with Bloodletters. Fast Attack[ edit ] Flesh Hounds: Remained mostly the same statwise and rulewise, however the rules around them have changed.
Compared to the previous codex they only move 10" max and are now susceptible to being slowed by terrain. To compound these new issues Daemonic Instability is gone, and with LD7 morale tests are going to hurt. Combine this with always striking first on the charge, and their fangs being AP-1 CCWs, and you will tear light infantry to pieces.
This leaves them in a similar niche as before, a light infantry killer and your front line bubblewrap unit to tank light weapons fire for harder hitting characters JuggerHerald, Karanak, etc. Screamers do a better job of being zippy harassment units, and Bloodcrushers are more durable and hit so much harder. A quick note on Flesh Hounds: If you are taking a fluffy Khorne-dedicated list and if you're not, Khorne will send these fuckers after you anyway these puppies are as of time of writing this Khorne's only source of denying the witch outside of Karanak excluding forgeworld.
So for this reason alone a few MSU squads of these should be auto-includes unless you want your face melted with mind bullets Daemon Codex Update: Dropped 5 points, now 15 points noted earlier.
Let that sink in a minute In case you forgot that Wrath and Rapture is giving Khorne some new stuff too, Flesh Hounds are finally getting a plastic kit! One of them can now be upgraded to a Gore Hound, which lets their bark do damage - D6 autohits at 8", S4 AP0 D1 as the per the most recent faq.
So, basically a flamer. Not a big boost but now they can do something before they charge. Not enough shots against infantry d6 and not hard enough sucky AP, only D3 Damage against tanks.
But even melee is only a last ditch surprise option. Overall not that great, especially when compared to 7th big cover ignoring blast template. Their cannon is now 48 inch Heavy D6 shots flat and -2 AP. Still ignores cover and all fucks. Good competition for equal points of Havocs while still being Khorne. When you absolutely need to have the angriest, smashiest guy on the board, accept no substitutes!
If anyone manages to bring him down by some chance he gets a chance to wound everyone around him. Don't expect much to come from his whip, even though it got a slight boost by being able to be used while in close combat.
Also note that he can be your warlord now. This is almost too expensive for what he brings to the table. He costed as much in 7th but that's when he was actually worth the price tag.
Note: Though he's now very expensive, as a Khorne character he re-rolls his charge distances while having access to all the smexy stratagems his kin get. Warp Surge, Locus of Wrath, and Frenetic Bloodlust completely ruin anyone's day and more than makeup for his increased cost. With those stratagems, he will literally kill anything in the game - if you put him with support characters Bloodmaster with Crimson Crown, Masque of Slaanesh he can kill a Warlord Titan in one charge.
Or a Porphyrion twice over. First off all just like Nurgle tree it cannot be targeted and affected by enemy attacks and cannot move. Secondly this altar have a bunch of good abilities. Last 2 abilities are also nice , it increases Locus of Rage ability 6" Aura to re-roll charges from 6" to 12" while character is within 8" of altar and it gives -1 to psychic tests if enemy is within 8" of altar.
All of this for points Daemons of Tzeentch[ edit ] The Daemons of Tzeentch surround themselves in layer upon layer of mind-traps and illusions, each mirage shifting into the next.
The result utterly confounds those nearby that would do the Daemons harm, and means their attacks are often ineffective. Tzeentch is the shooting department in the codex while the other gods often footslog to the enemy to kill him in melee. Daemonic Loci: Locus of Trickery: Tzeentch At the beginning of each Fight phase, roll 2D6 and discard the higher: every time a friendly Tzeentch unit within 6" is attacked, any hit roll matching the remaining dice's result after rerolls but before any modifier is applied fails.
And since you roll once at the beginning of the phase, it's an all-or-nothing effect. This will stack with other modifiers, so it's great for making the psychic phase better and your Smite hit harder. The Changeling gets this. Your main Psykers already have quite a few wounds, so this is not really needed.
Kairos Fateweaver gets this. The Blue Scribes get this. Stratagems: Locus of Conjuration 2CP : Pick a Tzeentch character at the beginning of any Psychic phase; all friendly Tzeentch units within 6" can reroll failed Psychic tests.
Once per battle, you can use it during the psychic phase. NOTE: the upgrade happens before the game starts so remember to keep your banner bearer safe since your opponent will know its coming.
Magical Boon 1 CP : Use at the end of the psychic phase. Pick a Tzeentch Psyker. They can attempt to manifest another psychic power. Relics: The Impossible Robe: Tzeentch models only. Very nice to keep a lord of change alive against long-range heavy weapons. Even more if combined with the incorporeal form warlord trait. Strength User, Ap -5, 1 damage. Invulnerable saves cannot be taken against this weapon.
Wounding with this may be an issue but if it does wound, only FnP equivalents can stop it. Knows one additional power. Everstave: Tzeentch Model only. Who are we kidding, of course you'll be Smite spamming with Tzeentch! Also has 36" range on his Smite. Like the rest of the "We were really powerful psykers once. Any character he kills in melee turns into a you-know-what. Got a bit cheaper from the index, but probably still overcosted, as he attracts lascannon fire from all over the field and only has a coinflip to defend against it.
Only able to cast 2 powers compared to fate-weavers casting 3. Can deny twice. Also got a bit cheaper from index. The Changeling: Went from a nice fluffy idea with no real purpose to fuckawesome.
Now he can copy the stats not wounds! Oh and he is a psyker and can cast one spell as a cherry on top. No longer the autoinclude the index made him, but still useful. With Formless Horror timing is critical. The ability activates "when the changeling fights" so be careful about getting preemptively struck while in your original vulnerable form before you get the opportunity to.. This means to look out for opponents who charge you with a good chance of taking you outright.
The 1" limit is also something to be careful of as well, because unless you can pile in and move across to that big bad dude on the other side of the melee, you might end up being surrounded by opponents who cannot grant you huge buffs. Leaving you just as vulnerable as when you started, then when he gets the opportunity to pile back, you could be in trouble. To avoid this he can sit behind a unit of something like horrors and perform a heroic intervention when they get charged.
He will be safe from the charging unit as they can only attack their charge target and he can fall back on your turn so they cannot melee him back. They also autocast a random Tzeentch power every turn, and if they successfully removed an opponent's power in the last psychic phase they also autocast Smite. As they are not actually psykers themselves, they cannot deny opponent powers- but at the same time their own powers can't be denied or trigger Perils, as no psychic test is made for them.
Just remember to have them cast first, so they don't randomly roll something you've already used. Actually, the FAQ says that's not an issue.
This makes them a viable choice, but you need to play them precisely to always position yourself to be able to use all of the powers preferred range - within " of the enemy and within 18" of a unit you would want to buff with flickering flames or boon of change i. Changecaster: New dumb name for regular Herald.
S3 4 T3 W4 means he is rather unimpressive. He can heal himself in melee Cool and is quite pricey. Knows a 24" Smite and two Tzeentch powers. Can cast and deny once. Fluxmaster: Disc Herald. Same as the normal one, but with Fly, 12" movement and an additional weak attack for 21 more points. You can also have him escort screamers so their attacks are S7, allowing them to wound most vehicles on a 4 instead of 5s.
Fateskimmer: Chariot Herald. And 9 Attacks? And 14" movement? Also Fly? He can take three Blues with him on the chariot himself so no changes to his statline and he is still a single model unit, but they only cost 5 points , for FUN anti-psyker rule enemy psykers take -1 to cast within 9" of him, and if he happens to be around the scribes, enemy psykers within 12" would be ill advised to try to cast anything, really.
Troops[ edit ] Horrors of Tzeentch Greatly changed from their previous incarnations, when a Horror is killed it splits into smaller horrors and also stays part of the same unit. Unfortunately for matched play, the "new" horrors come out of your "reserved for summoning" points allotment.