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Fenrie

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    Modo - Le 9e Âge (T9A)
  • Birthday 01/06/1990

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    T9A: KO; W40K: Salamanders; MESBG: Rivendell

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  1. C'est un sergent en réalité (les lieutenants n'ont pas accès à l'épée tronçonneuse) du coup il est listé dans les unités (avec les autres Intercessors).
  2. Ajout des dernières références : Shrike, upgrades Iron Hands et Raven Guard !
  3. C'est un personnage nommé, il n'y a pas encore de techmarine primaris générique.
  4. Je vois plutôt ça comme la solution de la dernière chance. Le vétéran DA (membre du cercle intérieur) est dans un état plus que pitoyable. Soit il meurt de ses blessures, soit on tente la primarisation. Si ça passe tant mieux, si ça rate au revient au postulat de départ et tant pis. Que du bonus en gros.
  5. J'ai masqué vos derniers messages et je vous invite à redescendre d'un étage dans vos échanges. Je rappelle également que le forum demande un minimum de courtoisie et de tenue au niveau du language et que la fonction signaler existe également au lieu de faire justice vous-même. A bon entendeur.
  6. Ces deux unités vont sortir en boite multipart (double boite Infiltrators/Incursors et boite d'Eliminator avec option arquebuse laser). On s'attendait tous à ce que ces boites arrivent en même temps que le Codex v2, apparemment il faudra attendre la prochaine vague de codex spéciaux (Raven Guard, Salamenders, Iron Fist et iron Hand).
  7. Parce qu'il faut bien se mettre en tête que c'est distribué par Hachette et pas par GW (même s'ils sont "associés") ce qui implique une distribution par Hachette et donc un lancement classique pour ce genre de collection. On noie les revendeurs avec les 3-4 premiers numéros pour appâter le chaland et ensuite on compte sur la fidélisation des abonnements pour que ça devienne rentable pour la boite.
  8. Tu peux être sur que les 4 premiers numéros seront disponibles en point presse voir en grand surface. Pas d'abonnement nécessaire (du moins pour ceux la) donc tu peux très bien prendre uniquement le numéro 1 et être tranquille. Tu peux commander n'importe quel numéro depuis le site hachette (une fois qu'ils sont sortis bien sur). Pour s'abonner par contre je ne sais pas trop.
  9. Il y avait eu des évaluations de prix pendant la sortie de Conquest (la version 40K). La collection en entier est rentable (autour de 800€ avec environ 1200€ de matos de mémoire) avec bien sur certains numéros plus que d'autres. J'imagine que ça sera grosso modo le même principe ici avec un contenu équivalent Guerre des Âmes + tout les easy to build + des persos / unités en rab.
  10. HERO OF THE CHAPTER Space Marines Stratagem Use this Stratagem before the battle, after nominating your Warlord. Select one ADEPTUS ASTARTES CHARACTER model from your army that is not your Warlord and determine one Warlord Trait for it; it is regarded as your Warlord for the purposes of that Warlord Trait. Each Warlord Trait in your army must be unique (if randomly generated, re-roll duplicate results). You can only use this Stratagem once per battle.
  11. J'ai une interrogation sur l'utilisation de l'Infiltrator Comms Array en présence d'un Chapter Master Phobos et notamment des mots-clés. Infiltrator Comms Array Whilst this unit contains a model with an Infiltrator comms array, if there are any friendly <CHAPTER> PHOBOS CAPTAIN or <CHAPTER> PHOBOS LIEUTENANT models on the battlefield, this unit is always treated as being within range of those models’ Rites of Battle and Tactical Precision abilities. CHAPTER MASTER Use this Stratagem before the battle if your army does not include a CHAPTER MASTER model. Select one ADEPTUS ASTARTES CAPTAIN model from your army that is not a named character. Replace that model’s CAPTAIN keyword with CHAPTER MASTER and replace its Rites of Battle ability with: ‘Chapter Master: You can re-roll hit rolls for attacks made by models in friendly <CHAPTER> units whilst their unit is within 6" of this model.’ J'ai donc un PHOBOS CAPTAIN qui va échanger son mot-clé CAPTAIN pour CHAPTER MASTER et sa règle Rites of Battle par Chapter Master. Du coup en lecture pure des règles les infiltrators ne peuvent plus utiliser le Comms Array pour bénéficier de ses relances car les règles ne portent plus les bons mots-clés/nom. Oubli de GW ou est-ce un garde fou pour éviter le full relance sur une unité à l'autre bout de la carte ?
  12. Le sujet commence à s'égarer dans une voie qui n'a rien à voir avec le fluff en lui-même. Vous avez le sujet Politique de GW en section Autour du warfo pour continuer votre discussion.
  13. Présentation plus poussée de l'Invictor : Space Marines: INVICTORy Will Be Yours! Picture this – you’re an 8-foot tall, genetically engineered, transhuman killing machine clad in inches-thick armour that augments your already formidable physical strength. What could possibly be cooler than that? Well, the answer is clearly WEARING A DREADNOUGHT! Welcome to the fun, action-packed world of an Invictor Tactical Warsuit pilot! So, we’ve established that an Invictor Tactical Warsuit is made of purest win,* but what will it do for your army? Let’s check out what you’ll be working with… Belisarius Cawl designed the Tactical Warsuit from a stripped-down Redemptor Dreadnought chassis. In practice, this translates as a beefy profile that can take a real beating before its characteristics begin to degrade – and even then, it’s still a significant threat. Unlike the dedicated Dreadnought-class walkers, the Invictor Tactical Warsuit wasn’t created merely to act as a bulwark, providing its battle-brothers with heavy fire support or a devastating melee presence.** The use of lightweight, sound-dampening materials combined with the Invictor’s streamlined design allows for increased speed and relatively stealthy movement, making it the perfect war machine to accompany Vanguard strike forces on covert missions. On the battlefield, this grants the Invictor an agile starting Move characteristic of 10″, as well as the ability to set up in a forward position. Even without its primary armaments, the Invictor Tactical Warsuit can cut down waves of lightly armoured targets with ease. Between them, its fragstorm grenade launcher, two ironhail heavy stubbers and heavy bolter ‘sidearm’ (which it can shoot like a Pistol to blow away enemies within 1″ of it!) fire a total of 10-15 shots per turn! By equipping your glorious war machine with an incendium cannon, you can augment this damage output even further by hosing your enemies down with liquid fire – preferably while screaming ‘PROMETHIUM DEEEAAATH!’ In fact, an incendium cannon alone has the potential to match the firepower of a Devastator Squad armed with four heavy bolters – and it hits automatically! With a 12″ range, by setting up with Concealed Position, you’ll be burning bad guys from turn 1. There’s also no safe distance to charge an incendium cannon-toting Invictor from, as it will always be in range of the charging unit!*** Alternatively, if you’re looking to support your forces with some armour-busting firepower, arm your Invictor with a twin ironhail autocannon, which can dish out up to 12 Damage in a single, fearsome volley. Enemy Transport Vehicles and Walkers will be shredded in short order by such firepower, but against high-Toughness or more heavily armoured targets, even your Invictor’s ironhail autocannon may not be enough. This is where your Invictor fist comes in! With the ability to set up much closer to the enemy thanks to Concealed Position, your Tactical Warsuit can use its 10″ Move to be right on top of your enemy before you even open fire. Soften up your prey with your Invictor’s autocannon, then charge in to finish it off with a total of five Attacks in combat (yay, Shock Assault)! If you really want to put the fear of the Emperor into the heart of your opponent (via the medium of an Invictor fist through the chest!), field two, or even three, of these multipurpose war machines in a Concealed Position on one flank. From there, you’ll be able to launch a devastating attack on enemy lines as a group of menacing, turn-1-charging war machines. If you do, consider adding in a unit or two of Suppressors to shut down enemy Overwatch with their accelerator autocannons before your Invictors crash home to obliterate the survivors. This strategy will be especially effective in conjunction with certain Chapter Tactics, such as those of the White Scars (Advance and charge), Black Templars (re-roll charge rolls) and Space Wolves (+1 to hit with five Attacks). Alternatively, your Invictors can hold their ground from their Concealed Position, forming an unyielding advance guard that you can swiftly reinforce with supporting units before taking the fight to the enemy. To aid them in this task, set up a Captain in Phobos Armour with your Invictors for re-rolls to hit (especially if they are armed with twin ironhail autocannons). He’ll also be able to make a Heroic Intervention to lend his strength against any enemy charges until your reinforcements can join them. The defensive benefits of the Salamanders (ignore AP-1), Iron Hands (ignore wounds and improved Damage table) and Crimson Fists (+1 to hit when outnumbered) Chapter Tactics are very well suited to this strategy. But that’s just the start – it’s called a Tactical Warsuit for a reason, as there are loads of ways to use it! The miniature itself is also super-flexible in how it can be assembled, so multiple models never need to look the same. The fingers of the Invictor fist (and many of the Tactical Warsuit’s other joints besides) are articulated, meaning the miniature’s pose is highly adaptable. You could have a trio of Invictors in three different stages of delivering slaughterous death – one punching, another with heavy bolter in hand, and a third pistol-whipping some poor, unsuspecting victim! You’ll be able to pre-order your awesome Invictor Tactical Warsuit (or Warsuits, as you’ll no doubt be after more than one!) this weekend, so start plotting how you’re going to use yours on the battlefield. In the meantime, now that you know how it works, let us know some of the strategies you’ve got in mind for your Invictors on the Warhammer 40,000 Facebook page.
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