BoLS logo Tabletop, RPGs & Pop Culture

Warhammer 40K: New Be’lakor Rules Better Be Good – FTN

2 Minute Read
Mar 15 2021

This model is the latest from the Daemon line to get a massive makeover. This begs the question – will we see new rules?

Hey folks,

I’ve said it once, I’ve said it 100 times – The game is better when we have strong bad guys that can handle the strong good guys.  We all know that Marines will always be the focus of the lore and they drive tons of sales on the model side. That’s cool with me.

That doesn’t mean there is some mandate to make them better rules-wise, of course though.  I think the game is much more enjoyable on some tangible level when the bad guys give as good as they can get.   Is this model going to be what sets off that powder keg?  I hope so.

We discuss the origins of Be’lakor model wise originally being from Warhammer Fantasy Battle and eventually making his way to 40k. It’s so cool that we can have these amazing Daemon models in both game sets.  I know I plan to magnetize the casualty on his base in order to give him the ability to pull double duty.

We got the fact about the first female Necron wrong last week.  Thanks a lot for keeping us honest, folks.  We make that correction in this episode.

Please follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook!

FTN mostly focuses on Warhammer 40k, but you will see that in the first few episodes, we take a severe deep dive into nerdom. These have been a blast to record, and I hope they help pass the time for you. Please please please check out the new Forge The Narrative objective markers. These things look awesome. Ordering a set is a good way to support one of our sponsors AND the show. Find them here.

Alternatively, you can subscribe via your own iTunes, and it should update our podcast when we post a new one. Don’t have iTunes? Use the player below to access the podcast directly, or add our feed to your favorite player.
Podcast Link

Paul Murphy – Host

Adam Camileri
Red Powell
Justin Troop – troopsmash
Christopher Morgan – captain morgan
Ricky Addington
Josh Ginn

Paul Murphy
  • Goatboy's Warhammer 40K: Waiting for Drukhari - Dreaming of Chaos