The Dark Angels are going to take the tabletop by storm. This codex has depth, power, elegance and more fun options than you can shake a stick at.
Adam could barely contain himself speaking about Dark Angels this week and for good reason. Want to play Deathwing? You can. Want to play Ravenwing? Yep, no problem. Want to play Stormwing? You betcha. You can do this all with confidence as well as these armies seem to have what it takes to hold their own on the battle field.
If you already have these archetypes in your collection then you will be ready to hit the ground running as soon as you get this book in your hands. There are some incredibly powerful things in this book in the form of Relics, ready made Special Characters and powerhouse DIY leaders.
The Dark Angels are unique in the fact that their ‘super doctrine’ advances with them through the first three turns of the game The effect changes a bit each turn but wow.. it’s all good. The only struggle will be remembering to use all the rules! Grim Resolve comes into play in some pretty novel ways that should make for cool flavorful interactions on the tabletop. I love it when theme gets represented in the rules.
I hope you all caught us representing the Las Vegas nOpen this past week. The folks behind the scenes kept us running for three days straight and I had a blast. Steve Joll sang us out in the most spectacular way. Check it out!
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