Today we’re getting a preview look at datasheets and stats for new and old Death Guard Deathshroud Terminators are 50 points a model. 3 days ago Nurgle armies looking for those will need to use vanilla CSM rules and .. With Deathshroud and Blightlord Terminators, this spell will be. SUBREDDIT RULES. Be respectful to one another, and back up your arguments with data. Be constructive with your criticism, explain the “why”.

Author: Grojar Mikazragore
Country: Paraguay
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Literature
Published (Last): 10 June 2013
Pages: 449
PDF File Size: 16.6 Mb
ePub File Size: 9.20 Mb
ISBN: 882-1-77709-556-5
Downloads: 29873
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: JoJojora

Reaping Blow, Deathshroud Terminators

Yeah, you want this guy. Take at your own risk. The fun part, however, is how it wounds – it doesn’t have a strength characteristic but instead, you roll 3D6 and compare against your target’s leadership; if you equal or exceed that value, the target is wounded. This page was last modified on 28 Decemberat Hellflamers are amazing up close, and they’re kinda wasted on a shooty Leviathan, and the Siege Claw or Siege Drill let it gobble up enemies in melee to heal itself.

First waves are usually fast moving units like Mortarion, Bloat Drones, Plague Drones and Daemon Princes, since they have ridonkulous movement range. They come with 2 wounds each and pack 3 attacks — not too shabby!

As Aenarian said, right now there are no rules for Death Shroud in 40K and never have been. You have a lot of options that benefit a flexible Leviathan. Plagueburst Crawlers are awesome, but not when a unit of Assault Marines is sitting on top of them.

Some of the simplest options include: Basically they strike at Initiative 3, and add an extra attack if more than one enemy is touching the Base. Anyway, it’s a Predator that’s an elite with some extra rules and guns. Because their only regular save is the Disgustingly Resilient, they’re vulnerable to weapons with more than 1 damage, since a wound from a D2 weapon causes two Disgustingly Resilient rolls, either of which could kill the model.


The only downside is that it is expensive Still better value than a Land Raider and that it is a Lord of War choice. An expensive combo, but one that packs a huge amount of punch and absolutely will not die.

Reaping Blow, Deathshroud Terminators – + HORUS HERESY RULES + – The Bolter and Chainsword

Mercy is therefore a weakness; a crime wanting to be born. Also buffs Poxwalker units by allowing them to reroll results of 1 for their Disgustingly Resilient rolls.

Join us by filling out a tiny 3 field form and you will get your own, free, dakka user account which gives a good range of benefits to you: Now being 31 more points in CA, its not such a great choice. He’s a great way to fit a GUO into your army when it’s otherwise not allowed. Defensively, this thanks to chapter approved very expensive tank has no invulnerable save, so will die quickly to traditional anti-tank weapons.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada Faction: Note that Relics no longer cost points. Once per battle, pick a unit you flew over and roll a d6 for each model in the unit up to a maximum of 20d6. Possessed deathshrojd You might be tempted to skip past these blokes, but not so fast. I still see most deathsheoud taking the claw though. Models using a terminagors with this special rule fight at -1 Initiative in assault.

But deathshrud Saviour Protocols is different: Meanwhile the fist arm can be swapped for a missile launcher or a mix of melee weapons including a hammer which, compared to the fist loses its underslung gun and takes a -1 to hit penalty, but has 1 more AP and rolls D6 for damage, but since it has the same strength deaathshroud shouldn’t bother, the fists will be more consistent.


And lets not discount that -3 AP either! What do you think terminafors the Deathshroud? Final waves are usually Typhus and his zombie mosh pits. It also hits at S8 from its infernal hunger and rolls D6 for its containment breach mortal wounds 2D3 against psykers.


Hi, I have just bought some Deathshroud and I’ll using them tomorrow for the first time, something I can’t get my head around though, pardon me if I’m missing something blindingly obvious or whatever but this will only be my 5th game of 40k so I’m still finding my feet with some of the rules. The downside to this strategy is that you’ll be absolutely shit when it comes to holding territory. To put these guys in perspective, a squad of 6 of them can easily kill Girlyman in a single turndelivering 9 wounds.

You might have to spend some command points to do so, but it would be worth it.

Warhammer 40,000/Tactics/Death Guard(8E)

So is everyone else! It can take two heavy bolters or lascannons for sponsons and havoc launcher or combi-weapon for the pintle blah blah blah – let’s talk about that FUCKHUEG gun sticking out of the front of it. Horus Heresy unit only.