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Welcome to the 3rd (I think) iteration of "Servant of Dante wrote a homebrew Sisters codex and everyone either doesn't care or thinks it's weird" :D Over the last month or so I've been reworking my 8E Sisters codex with the Beta rules in mine (they sparked an idea for yet another way of doing Acts of Faith, combining (as usual) ideas from the Witch Hunters codex with the current iteration. I think you'll find them a bit more impactful (or at least more numerous) than the ones in the Beta Codex, and if not, well, every unit can attempt each one once each Battle Round if you fork over the Faith Points for it. The formatting is what I usually do, it's an emphasis on compactness followed by whatever I think looks good and more or less matches the general sense of GW codex formatting. Here's the PDF version (If edits are made I'll update this link) Things that may or may not be of interest to you or someone you know ( :P ): Order Concivtions reworked to include an Ability and an Order-specific AoF 10 total HQ choices: including Canoness, Palatine, Seraphim Superior, Ministorum Missionary, Helena the Virtuous, Celestine (kinda), Saint Praxedes, Uriah Jacobus, Redemptor Kyrinov, and Cardinal Armandus Helfire Sister Anestasia and the Devout Sisters as named Elites choices (adapted from GW's Inquisitor specialist game) Eremim Squads, if anyone remembers that thread A unique relic, Stratagem and Warlord Trait for each of the 6 Orders Majoris All 5 kinds of non-militant Sisters More vehicle equipmtent 'Sarissas' and Praesidium Protectivas A retool of Celestians and Crusaders 18 relics of questionable usefulness, 25 Stratagems in the same vein Tactical Objectives Some other 12th thing I'm forgetting, probably :P So comments and criticism appreciated; I won't promise to implement every idea because at the end of the day this is written with me as the main target audience, since with the new codex on the horizon I doubt anyone really wants to play with someone else's fan codex (and I'm lazy, so there's that too). However, all that aside I'm interested in what people think, I'm sure many people will have some thoughts about things like AoFs or Convictions that didn't occur to me.
Major_Gilbear posted a topic in + ASTRA MILITARUM +One of entries that caught my eye in the new AM codex was the Crusaders unit. On the one hand this reminds me faintly of the old Frateris Milita and the Inquisitorial troops, and on the other it seems like quite a fun and fluffy way of having a themed knightly order or specialist duelling unit in a Guard army for regiments that may still have those traditions (Ventrillian Nobles perhaps?). What are people planning to use to model them with? The old Inquisitor models I imagine will be one (obvious) option, but I'm interested to see other people's ideas and models for them. Please share away! :)
Well folks, after a while experiencing some hobby burnout, I'm finally feeling the enthusiasm to get back in the saddle and get serious about finishing up the Ordo Hereticus strikeforce led by Lord Inquisitor Soulis, the Saviour of Valka, and long-time tabletop alter-ego of yours truly since some of my earliest days with the hobby. This force started out as an auxilliary force to my Imperial Guard regiment, the Emperor's Own Valkan Rifles, but I am making the push to make a full-blown Inquisition/Scion/Ecclesiarchy force ... failing to do so during the halcyon days of Codex: Witch Hunters has been one of my greatest hobby regrets so time to rectify this now that such a force is again legal thanks to 8th edition. So I am starting with a new version of Lord Inquisitor Soulis himself, who will now be using the rules and a converted model of Inquisitor Karamazov. Since I can't buff him with retinue like in the good old days, this is the best way I can get a half-way competent in close combat Soulis. I'm also going to enlarge his 2-man crusader retinue of 6th edition codex fame into a 6-man unit. I got started last night: Unfortunately my bitz box has gotten rather large (and dispersed over a few boxed) and it took me all evening last night to round up my Forgeworld etched brass =][= stuff, my old faithful Bretonnian men-at-arms box, the Grey Knight swords I bought on eBay, a metal crusader, and some other bitz. The crusaders will be similar to the two chaps on the right: As for Soulis himself, I'm going to at minimum do a head swap, or am contemplating even chopping the current Soulis (who is no longer game-legal) off at the waste because its one of my best paintjobs and I'm concerned I won't be able to replicate it, and attaching that to Karamazov's lower body: Either way, we're talking about an Inquisitor hat on a Sanguinary Guard head. Then the multimelta servitor will become a Scion manning the multimelta. I'm just not a huge fan of that servitor. The rest will stay the same, although Soulis' Throne of Judgement will be gold, not faux marble.
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Timotheus posted a topic in + WORKS IN PROGRESS +Greetings! I'm a Black Templars fanatic and conversions enthusiast. I used to crawl around this board more than 5 years ago and even posted some of my stuff back then. I took a break from the hobby for a couple of years but reentered the game about 2 years ago. In the past time I put together a lot of stuff (exclusively for my two big loves in 40k: Black Templars and Inquisition) and don't want to hold it back from you. I see this as a compendium of my work and gonna update it whenever I have some new freaks to show off. Criticism and suggestions welcome as always. Old models: Black Templars Castellan mainly based on this wonderful and inspiring Artwork by John Blanche Black Templars Sword Brother also based on the Blanche Artwork Ordo Hereticus Inquisitor Black Templars Dreadnought some random Servitor with Heavy Bolter Newer Stuff: Black Templars Assault Squad Inquisition Lexmechanic Inquisition Warrior Acolytes Inquisition Familiar