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Forge World: Horus Hersey

Discussion in 'Table Top' started by GreyLegion34, Jul 9, 2014.

  1. Yeah I thought about that after I posted, however the question of could any of these be for 40k legal could still stand. I don't know if HH has special rules that make their models not translate to 40k?
  2. FW has, through their Imperial Armour Books, produced rules for fielding most of the HH vehicles in 40K.
    But not all, as vehicles like the Scimitar Jetbike are currently 30K only.

    Most of the vehicles, Dreadnoughts, and units for the Legions will get 40K rules.
    But as for the Mechanicum, Custodes, and Sisters of Silence vehicles and units, your guess is as good as mine.
  3. GratLurking Recruit

    If all else fails, ask your opponent if they'll allow fielding stuff like that *shrugs* At the very least, SoS and Custodes are now in Imperial Agents, so they CAN be fielded in 40k
  4. Last I heard Custodes and SoS were not in Codex: Imperial Agents.
    They're not even listed in the blurb o for it on the GW website.
  5. Sariel Searva Ordinate

    They are not in there...

    It is:
    Cult Mech
    Astra Tekepathica
    Grey Knights
    Legion of the Damned

    The only way to play Custodes or Silent Sisters is through the GW formations of 2-5 Squads.
  6. Looks like BoLS has spotted something interesting in their copy of Inferno.

    Field Police.

    For those of you who don't know, back in the RT era SM had their very own MP's (Military Police), with their own colour scheme and symbol.

    Now in Inferno there is asection in the Background of the Space Wolves about them (and the World Eaters) having plenty of individuals in their Disciplinary Corps.
    Including a Consul-Opsequiari.
    And they look to have their own colour scheme and symbol.
  7. BoLS has found something else interesting in Inferno.
    Custodes don't always wear Gold!

    Custode Sub-forces can have different Livery.
    Like the "Warders of the Vaults of Rython".

    Who are they? You wonder.

    Plus the Sagittarum Squads aren't Tactical Custodes, they're Heavy/Tactical Support Custodes!

    They carry a Combi-weapon called Adrastus Bolt Calivers that can be fired as Heavy Bolters, but also have a powerful Sci-Fi disintegrator that can be fired multiple times throughout a game.


    And the Custodes are the embodiment of the Emperor's word, able to dispense justice in their master's name.
    This is signified by the carrying of the Misericordia.
  8. From Battle Bunnies, Thousand Sons from Inferno.



    "Once reunited with Magnus, the Legion was re-organised into a pattern of his own design named as "The Pesedjet".

    The full panoply of the Legiones Astartes was represented, from Heavy Support Squads, to Destroyers and Jetbikes. Yes, they were a Legion of psykers - but they also were still Space Marines. Their line companies were called Circle, and all Circles were part of one of the nine Fellowships.

    They favoured the mechanised tactical squad, with mobile speeder and flyer reconnaissance units. Frontline units prefered the Land Raider Proteus, with the Rhino beeing used for second line and support duties. Instead of wasting their basic troops in attrition-based warfare they adopted the use battle-automata (some of their own design) as shields and vanguards.

    In addition to the core structure of the Legion, there were also five cults - Pavoni, Raptora, Corvidae, Athanean and Pyrae, aswell as three Red Orders - Order of Ruin (basically the siege makers, logistical specialists and planners), Order fo the Jackal (temple guard and Apothecaries) and the Order of Blindness - Scouts and Destroyers."


  9. Another bit from Inferno.


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