Deals 2.17 mortals to a non-building, 3.25 to a building. For the most part, the characters take their roles deathly seriously, having no options that deviate from their purpose (if they even. Quick comparisons: The standard five-man Heavy Intercessor Squad is 140pts, giving you fifteen T5 wounds and five S5 guns. Listed here are some common builds so that you don't have to read "Captain, Captain with Jump Pack, Librarian, Librarian with Jump Pack" and so on. The Mortal Wounds are a nice bonus if they happen, but the real benefit is the ability to turn off overwatch, especially if your are facing auto hitting weapons like flamers. An Interrogator-Chaplain will make them even more deadly with his litanies and if you don't mind the investment, you could get a Deathwing Ancient to follow them too. and Bodyguard work, they can help your characters to survive longer, even just one single model of this squad can protect them in any possible case. Marines are arguably one of the best MSU armies available, which should be a nice boost in 9th edition. The Bunker also has three unique options; castellum battle cannon (+40pts, 72", heavy d6, S9, AP-3, D3, blast), castellum Icarus quad lascannon (+85pts, 96", heavy 4, S9, AP-3, Dd6, +2 to hit rolls against Aircraft), and communication relay (+10pts, +1CP if your Warlord is embarked, so make them a cheap one with a long-range gun instead of a punchy-orientated one). Arguably the best Aircraft (point for point) Marines have access to, and undoubtedly the best anti-horde unit. And Knights of Sigismund makes 6A with this relic deal similar damage to 5A with a relic hammer. Against the infantry targets you have a serious chance at one-shotting, it's tied with the new twin volkite culverin the second cheapest gun behind the heavy plasma cannon. It's pretty garbage now, has nothing special that can't be fulfilled by a model that is still in production, and at 320pts it costs the exact same as a Storm Raven. You're probably thinking that's a lot of dakka, and you're right! The Storm Eagle is tougher (+2W) and carries more Infantry. with generally acceptable grades of viability. The Warhammer 40,000 Starter Sets are boxed sets for the 9th Edition of Warhammer 40,000. The new Codex alleviates this somewhat, as taking a Company Veteran Squad allows you to include an Apothecary, Champion and Ancient (Banner Bearer) without taking up a FOC slot. Introduction. With the introduction of Shock Assault (See below), there is worth considering the use of some of the older tactics, back when a Tactical Marine was worth more than just a bolter. For the same cost per model, you can take Vanguard Veterans with a lightning claw each that will outperform them in melee against anything. Could be interesting on a Primaris Lieutenant with a stalker bolt rifle. A couple storm shields bump the squad to 2+/4++ and melee weapons help in case they get caught in an enemy charge. An extra attack and AP in combat, and a point of saving, doesn’t really feel like a great trade off for losing a really good gun. As the Chaplain already has a 4++ from the rosarius, the only reason you're going to buy this is if you want that +1W, Sv2+ and Deep Strike (also Deathwing if you're Dark Angels). At T5 and Sv3+, they're extremely durable and likely one of the best objective holders for their points cost (Custodes with storm shields will obviously hold better, but cost staggeringly more). Many chapters can do similar things and get the same buffs on a single unit but the true difference is which chapter abilities are individual, Auras, or army-wide. This is a bad idea, because you only need ASF when you're staying in melee, which you'll never choose to do (and your dudes who have no choice can't have a Warlord Trait). On the charge these bad boys get 6 attacks each, 7 for the sergeant, and that’s nothing to sneer at. I didn't played last edition but i followed the meta and updates. The mac-daddy of melta weaponry. The secondary armament is only inferior with the eight Lascannons and Demolisher Cannon of the Fellblade outgunning the Accelerator Cannon itself when combined. This model does not have the 9th edition Omnissian power axe their newer counterparts have, but can still replace their bolt pistol and power axe for the usual options. Nearly two months since the Space Marines Codex v2.0 first released, we’re finally getting the last parts of Marinetember, with the Imperial Fists and Salamanders supplements releasing (and a few key units that people expected to release months ago). The set comes in 3 different variations, each larger than the last. While they aren't bike-crazed like the White Scars, they have a stratagem that can make all their tanks faster on top of their bonus to charge distance. Primaris Characters (Ancient, Apothecary, Captain, Chaplain, Librarian, and Lieutenant), Intercessor squads, Reiver squads, and Hellblaster squads in that detachment gain the liberator strike force keyword. That said, this gives nothing to your more dedicated heavy weapons like your Devastators and Hellblasters. I had my share of some of the worst and some of the best … That's roughly enough to kill an MSU MEQ squad and will easily mulch larger GEQ blobs. This will be especially useful on the smaller board sizes with Bikers, allowing you to access more of the board with ease. For those 15pts, you gain what amounts to a meltagun, +1S (which is +2 after you account for the hammer), +1A, trading 1+/4++ for 2+/3++ (which is usually better), and an excellent character smasher. Gives the whole unit a fear aura of -2Ld to enemy units in 3". These are the standard-issue Duellists and Master Artisan Successor Tactics, so you can check the tactics section on those for advice. One of the few relics that benefits from Bolter Discipline. Company Veterans can grab shields if they don't have storm bolters. Finally, his Company Banner affects all Infantry and Biker models (not units, just models) within 6", rather than Core units. This one can be cast on the Librarian in a pinch, but of course it's more useful the more it protects, so that's a very niche case. With the Munitorum Field Manual out in the wild and the Faction FAQs released, now’s a good time to start taking a look at what’s changed for all of our favourite armies.Today, Liam “Corrode” Royle is talking about Space Marines. Gentle reminder of the Land Raider Excelsior (Legends) in the HQ slot. This lets you shove some poor sod in front of the Sniper-lascannon aiming for your characters. It can also be fired in melee. Named Characters and vehicles cannot be given a Relic. Very anti-infantry, they have the speed and weaponry to seriously put the pain on something in the Devastator Doctrine turn one with lots of AP-2 shots. Thematically, these guys are bunch of plasma-fetishizing paranoid fucks. With calculated Rage, they are unyielding, precise, and show no mercy. For starters, while Guilliman can feel the pain from larger foes and their absurd damage, Marneus can, for the most part, walk out less damaged and more annoying thanks to the halved damage. Thematically, these guys are THE specialist of covert operations and rapid deployment, striking their enemies before they can react. Assault Centurions comparison: Aggressors are cheaper and take up less transport space, that's pretty much it. Likewise, you have no way to induct Techmarines into the first company and thereby grant them Inner Circle. So with the new points changes which chapters and units came Out the best? Good if you want a 'Smash-Master' with Jump Pack & TH/SS on par with a Blood Angel's smash-captain vs toughness up to 5, and 8 though 10. For bravery, Indomitable is better than Stoic. Marines got about as many new model releases in 8e as all other armies combined - a trend that doesn't appear to be slowing. Hellblasters and Intercessors are the exceptions that prove the rule, with the former acting as a solid MEQ/TEQ-killer that can also double as improvised anti-vehicle if needed and the latter being a more expensive but resilient Troops choice that's great at holding down backfield objectives. Anti-armour setups, in particular, have the issue that the las-talon has only half the range of the twin lascannons, which means it'll only be able to unleash half its anti-armour firepower at its farthest range. This set-up is one of your gunline babysitters, but doesn't benefit from Bolter Discipline since nothing is rapid fire. RAW ANY unit gains this buff, not just Space Wolves. As their founding Chapter is considered to be unknown by most of the Imperium, they get a free choice of Chapter Tactics like any other Chapter of unknown origin. Something worth noting is that they gained an attack bike for their troubles... yeah no don't take this unless you like theming; these guys are not worth their points to just add a multi-melta or heavy bolter on wheels. This forces your opponent to usually shoot their anti-armor at 12 point tactical marines (because they're camping back in cover and ignore ap-1 requiring big guns to shoot them), thus helping reduce the barrage your armor and heavy infantry will receive. 230pts and like the Valiant, a Land Raider Crusader does a similar job except it trades quality of shots for toughness and transport capacity. The Annihilator deals 7 damage to the Destructor's 12, so target T and Sv (and W, of course) matter, but it can be hard to find good targets for the Destructor - for example, the Annihilator is more points efficient naked against MEQ. You also get a twin boltgun, bolt pistol, and chainsword as standard, but you can swap the bolt pistol for a boltgun, combi-weapon, melee weapon, or other pistol. The lack of any shooty weapon also hurts (admittedly shooting isn't the Deathwing's main job but a Storm Bolter couldn't have hurt to have). These curses turn out to be their greatest strengths, as they become genuine monsters made to Rip and Tear. The same aura, better shooting, tougher, and a better deterrent against enemies who get too close. Alongside that, they are skilled in less mobile warfare. As an Elite-choice Marine Character, he has W4 and A3. You can not charge... A less gimmicky use is to pile in onto stuff you didn't declare a charge against, and to have an easier time surrounding a unit to prevent escape / force the enemy to use CP to disengage. It will make you feel dirty fielding them and your opponents will never forget the cheese and hold grudges on them forever more, even if they get nerfed (now you know how Tau players feel). and could regenerate even from a negative total of hp (!!! The point changes in 9th have everyone scratching their heads. Chapter Masters and Lieutenants are essential for getting accurate firepower; other armies lack accuracy but make up for it with volume of fire. A 16-point Thunder Hammer presents a very serious threat to pretty much any multi-wound model, be it Infantry, Monster, or Vehicle. It is expensive, but it has eight shots at Dd6 or more. DoL: Kill an enemy Character in melee with your Warlord. Thematically, these guys are fucking furries a bunch of angry space Vikings who respect their own strength and culture rather than any book. If you're going with stock, Crimson Fists do this better than actual Imperial Fists do, simply because it's easier to find yourself fighting a unit of 2 or more vehicles than it is to find yourself fighting a vehicle in light cover. Still useful on its own. Deathwing. Unlike Duellists, mathematically the Whirlwind of Rage bonus constantly behaves as +1WS (one that also affects WS2+ models), irrespective of chances to wound and not limited by keywords. Ancients let your guys shoot again before they're inevitably wiped from the board next turn, Apothecary's keep them fighting for longer. Smash Chaplain is a viable build. Deathwing Knights also get a Watcher in the Dark for the ability to nullify a psychic power affecting them once per game. Great choices for your second Tactic include Hunger for Battle, to get into melee ASAP, or Tactical Withdrawal, to keep Shock Assault up and working for you. Siege Masters can wound most vehicles on a 4+ with mere bolters. This opens up other possibilities. You'll get more melta firepower from the Bikes but the ATV has a total 16W, however dead bikes can be brought back by your Chief Apothecary unlike the ATV. Less powerful than smite, but it's better for sniping Characters since it isn't restricted to the closest enemy unit. You get to choose a special ability for each Detachment in your army if all the units in that Detachment share a specific keyword, although sometimes Auxiliary Support Detachments and/or Super-heavy Auxiliary Detachments do not benefit from these abilities, in addition, Chaos Space Marines don't get the benefit for these abilities except on Infantry, Bikes, and Hellbrutes and a few units … That said, feel free to spam multimeltas - it's not like you'll notice the lack of an AP bonus from the doctrine on them. Aura: Space Wolf Core units gain a 6+++ FnP. Basically, they're useless when taken on foot unless in huge numbers, but if you focus on mobility and need that sweet Battalion CP they can cause a surprising amount of pain with all your melee bonuses. You have a lot of options for Troops but they're actually decent this edition. 40K: 9th Edition’s BIG Burning Questions. Hand flamers and inferno pistols added to the pistol list. Better than the baseline astartes, and it becomes more noticeable the tougher the target gets...but it's also easily surpassed by WS and BA, and. If you're taking a Primaris-only force, then there are worse options for anti-horde melee. The storm shield is still 10pts and of questionable use in 9th edition. Then again, it can be combined with an Orbital Comms Impulsor and Orbital Bombardment for 3d3 MW on the enemy's formation / spam 1d3 MW across the board. The default models, yet the best if what you want is to keep it simple, praise Emps and pass the Special Ammunition. Good for ongoing combats (which you should not count on your opponent giving you); combine it with. The challenge to viability is that he doesn't heal any more than a regular apothecary, yet costs more. You will almost always be outnumbered, though some Chapter tactics make use of low model counts, and codex has some answers to this. If you don't have specific wargear in mind, ALWAYS take a Storm Bolter and Chainsword instead of leaving them with their default options. I think if you could take even just a 5 man squad they’d be a lot better. The Incursors, on the other hand, are slightly better in melee, ignore cover with their guns, and ignore debuffs to hit in the shooting phase while also providing a source of mortal wounds from their haywire mines. This may also force your opponent to surge forward into walls of flame weapons. Was the book worth the wait for Salamanders players? Rather than being a starter-set, which would contain everything needed to get playing, Indomitus is a launch box for the new edition. Blood Angels have the successor tactic Hungry for Battle, and an ability not available as a Successor Tactic. Specific combinations are mainly dependent on your chapter trait but there are some combo's that are great for any army some examples are shown below: For those of us that want a pure marine army it is important to double up on your force multipliers at every opportunity. Not as good as a Master-Crafted Combi-Plasma (fired on safe mode, of course, don't be daft), but can be useful on anything stuck with a (heavy) bolt pistol anyway, like a Bladeguard Ancient or an Apothecary, if you really can't find another relic you'd rather have. Likely not. Special Rules Flakk Missile deals d3 MW's as well, but only against Aircraft targets. This guy screams for running Astral Claws as Ultramarine successors as his special rule and Scions of Guilliman gives great synergy with a high number of Tacticals/Sternguards/Company Veterans under Tactical Doctrine and Bolter Discipline. Also when your army (but not your warlord) is committed to the Assault. The 40k 9th Edition Space Marines with the Indomitus Box set and previews from Warhammer Community, in 9th edition, Space Marines are shaping up to be a bloodbath for the … Lightning claws: Sticking it on these bumps you up to the ever useful S5, so you wound MEQ's on a 3+ and insta-kill them on account of being D2. The +1 to hit bonus stacks with the Combat Doctrine, allowing even a Lieutenant to ignore a -1 to hit penalty on other sneaky characters. Because this build takes up a lot of points and few/no vehicles consider using Assault Weapons on your Tactical Marines so they can Advance every turn. 48", heavy d3, S7, AP-2, D2, blast with +1 to hit rolls against Aircraft make this a rather crap AA-weapon, especially at 260pts. Alternatives include two lascannon Razorbacks (240pts), but for anti-tank, we both know you're waiting for Eradicators to be available on their own. These guy will do well with shooting, but you'll get the most out of them with melee. Eradicators don't double their shots- they fire twice, meaning each set of three melta shots at gets their re-rolls. Use with caution. Take along plenty of Wolf Guard on Bikes with Thunder Hammers and Storm Shields; a minimum unit of them will have 16 attacks within range of the Wulfenstone, and the Saga of the Hunter (just charge with your Warlord first, to turn his trait into an aura buff) will let the entire deathstar (provided it's within 6" of the Warlord when it charges) charge after advancing, for 20" of sweet, sweet melee threat. The most obvious choice is heavy bolt pistols and chainswords for everyone, and then up to 2 dudes can swap their heavy bolt pistol for a hand flamer or plasma pistol. NuMarines, at the end of 8th most certainly did not, and this trend continues thought to 9th edition for them. Naturally, this power won't have any impact on shooting weapons that don't roll to hit, like flamers. 9th edition has returned to alternating individual unit deployment. Just doing the math so you don't need to cogitate it mid-charge. An Annihilator with sponson lascannons is 170pts and a six-man quad-lascannon Devastator Squad is 168pts. Terminator Librarian with storm shield from Legends is best for this for the Deep Striking to get within range and have the survivability once you get there. This writer regards the Executioner as a very gun-laden Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV), not a true Main Battle Tank (MBT). Honestly if you're really looking to do this go play space wolves, you're more likely slamming your warlord into charges than being on the receiving end. Mortal wounds SPAM. The first four relics in the Special Issue Wargear section are copy-pastes for each Supplement, then there's a selection of unique mini-relics. 7.1 Space Marines; 7.2 Necrons; 2nd Edition Tyranids . Yeet it up the board ideally keeping out of LOS or at least partially obscured, then drop off your devastators or centurions in cover somewhere just in range of a nasty enemy unit ideally a centrepiece unit with a high armour save (at least 3+). 115pts nets you an M14", T5, W7 Chaplain with twin bolt rifles (30", rapid fire 2, S4, AP-1, D1) and an absolvor bolt pistol (18", pistol 1, S5, AP-1, D2). These guys are basically our only good screening option if you don't want to ally with another Imperium faction. Let's face it, this is why you took a Spectrus kill team. If you hunger for ripping and tearing huge guts, pick the Flesh Tearers. lascannon) and then use the cherub to get the extra shot. If you want your marines to always fight on your terms, then march for Macragge and you shall know no fear. As with the other chapters, Dark Angels gained access to the second table of relics just like every single other chapter. Example uses include keeping Crusader Squads from suffering under Morale Tests. Can deter certain charges and anything that can change how your opponent plays have a place. This 2-point upgrade adds the same amount of dakka as an entire 13-point Tactical Marine/11-point Scout. The Infiltrators can bring in a mini-apothecary or count as being in range of a Phobos Captain/Lt. Obviously you don't need that much spooky (but of course can be hilarious when used correctly), especially not against things like Orks, but already -4Ld renders Plague Marines as cowardly as Conscripts, and models that flee don't proc FnP-equivalents. It mentions all those squads, but the real stars here are the Hellblasters, as it is a ranged detachment. Titus himself, similarly, is just a solid all-rounder, though Chaplain Dreads inherently encourages a more melee-focused playstyle. While they are a little more than twice the cost of a two Intercessors they are about twice as tough, have twice the firepower and get speed and combat ability, so it seems a pretty fair trade. For added fun, make them Imperial Fists and ignore that cover the target is hiding in while you gain the potential for extra shots with the Bolter Drill Stratagem, or make them Salamanders for even more reliable wounding/improved AM and less reliance on a full Chapter Master). Somewhere, a Black Templar wipes a manly tear away as he remembers the words "defensive weapons. This unit automatically passes morale tests. Gives the generally lackluster melee of most Primaris Infantry and chainsword Assault Marines a little bit of a boost. It has the standard Imperial plasma overcharge (+1S, +1D, suffer one mortal wound on hit rolls of UM1) which allows it to melta light armour and TEQ's as well as support against the heavier Vehicles. Unlike Terminators or Vanguard Veterans, these guys can't Deep Strike on their own, and unlike Company Veterans, can't come in in a Drop Pod or bodyguard your Characters. Apothecaries are best described as a trap, unless you're looking to fill out slots for detachments. Alternatively, if you like Intercessors with Stalker bolt rifles, the range of those weapons lets a sergeant with these bolts support whichever combat looks like it will need it the most. Against GEQs, you'll do a lot of damage even at short range, but not enough to outperform the Kheres, and you'll face similar scaling problems at any range, largely because as your ability to guarantee the "splatter" improves, your splatter's actual value gets worse. Space Marines were always going to be the longest book, with their 8,000,000 different units and bountiful sub-faction rules – but the 9th Edition codex is a seriously chonky tome, incorporating a whole raft of new rules from the Psychic Awakening … Lugft Huron is the king of mortal wound spam in a very mortal wound spamming prone army. In combat he’s one of the better Primaris charterers and can deal out some hurt. Now what? If you're looking for a shooty captain that can leave a mark on their enemy, then you can't do better. Since it's actually no more than 1 wound per target unit, this will generally fuck up enemy character support better than it will a parking lot. It also has better scaling the more guns the unit uses to make those shots, since a given gun gets all of its shots before any mortal wounds happen, but mortal wounds will happen between guns. Situational, but can be combined with other debuffing abilities, such as Reivers' aura, to provide an effect like Night Lords PLUS another chapter tactic, because this is only half of your trait. He's a great choice if you want to go for an all-Primaris army. On top of that, Chapter supplements give First Founding Chapters (and their descendants) a Specialist Doctrine that is a bonus active on top of the regular Doctrine. Despite this using a relic slot (1CP) to do what a regular Thunder Hammer does, this relic sword costs TEN TIMES LESS points and can be wielded by Primaris characters, who can't use hammers. Don't be afraid to advance into position and let other things do the murder work for you. Weapon is basically equal to the 8th Edition Heavenfall Blade relic. Honestly, you're usually better off sticking to apothecaries and venerable dreads and giving this a miss. You're GW's favorites, so you'll always be the first to get anything new, including the first 9th edition codex, weapons updates, and a slew of supplements before anyone else even got a codex (4 Codices in 2020, with the only non-Marine Codex released being the Necrons). One of the best examples of a unit you're good at is simply Intercessors (, Advance + Charge is huuuuge. Can't swap out his weapons, so he's stuck with a bolt pistol and chainsword. Let’s talk about the new Space Marine units and which are the best. If you have a squad with mixed toughness scores (by adding bikes to a veteran squad for instance), you use the majority toughness for the unit. Firstborn Captains, Veteran and Veteran Biker Sergeants can use xenophase blades (S+1, AP-4, D1, ignores invulnerable saves). If your Warlord is a Space Marine Character, you can give one Character a Relic, absolutely free. Using Vulkan around loads of Melta toting marines is more efficient than Kantor around the same loadout. In fact, this relic struggles to compete with the Teeth of Terra, which swings for 2 less S and one worse AP, but 2 more A than it does. Only ever use these guys in a fun environment, as competitive ones will laugh at these guys. Want Marines with Fluff levels of durability? A squad of Deathwing Terminators generally. This will most likely also kill some of the passengers. Mid-range anti-infantry. On top of generating another hit roll, like the Fists they are. A 5++ invulnerable save. As a result of these nerfs, the tactical situational for the Iron Hands is in something of a transitional state. Exceptional damage output, but needs a way to get into your enemies face quickly. Storm shields and special weapons turn you into tougher Sternguard if you were taking those for special weapons anyway. With the extra shot they get from focusing on one target, they're most effective against lone vehicles and superheavies. They're still cheap, but they don't contribute to Troops taxes. 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