Hey – do you like turn-based tactical combat? Do you want an engaging story that has is rooted in the vast Grimdark Universe’s Lore? Do you want to play as highly customizable Tech-Priests fighting horde of Necrons? Then you’re going to want to check out Mechanicus!
In order to unearth the secrets at the heart of the Necron Tomb, and defeat the indomitable Overlord, you’ll have to find the best gear and customize your squad with powerful augmetics to build a squad suited for each mission.
Games Workshop is hinting at some big changes ahead with Blackstone Fortress. Are we seeing the first inklings of the return of the Lost and the Damned? What if it’s the Dark Mechanicus? It’s time for Chaos to get some new friends.
Moving house made me dig out these oldies snd snap a few new pictures!
Warhammer 40K Mechanicus blends tactical, squad-based combat with the grim darkness of the 41st Millennium. Come get a taste of the action in this hour-long gameplay preview and developer interview.
You do NOT want to be the receiving end of this one.
The Adeptus Mechanicus have some of the coolest toys in the Imperium. So many, in fact, that not all of them have rules in 8th edition–here are a few we wish did though.
The Adeptus Mechanicus are under the microscope first with the new Kill Team Faction Focus. Come take a look at what’s in store for the Omnissiah’s Faithful.
Kill Team is on its way, and right now on the Warhammer Facebook page, you can find some impressive looking artwork that depicts Genestealer Cults and Skitarii duking it out.
Forge World showed a little leg last week and we should all prepare for much improved Martians and Golden Bodyguards to hit the tabletop.
Today Loremasters, we look at the very backbone of the Imperium Itself. The humble servitor–yes, whether armed to the teeth, transporting lancers, or carrying out some other mindless, menial task with machine-like precision, the humble servitor holds up the Imperium.