Today we are here with a complete rundown of the tenth edition rules for Chaos Knights! From army rules to Stratagems to data cards, we’ve got you covered.
In part one of a series exploring the impact that terrain has on games of Warhammer 40,000, Jaden dives into the three most common types of terrain setup, gives a little background on each, and unveils a plan to test them all out over the next month or so!
In todays article we’re going over every single Secondary Objective that the Adeptus Custodes have access to in Arks of Omen!
Jaden’s getting into Custodes, and he’s here to chat a bit about his list, his early thoughts on the factions, and what he’s excited about going forward into 2023 with a new faction!
It’s an exciting time to be a Chaos Player, with Arks of Omen right around the corner offering access to some really powerful Dreadblade War Dogs for Chaos lists of all shapes and sizes. Come check out the War Dog Brigand and chat about why you, yes you, want these monsters in your list ASAP!
The Arks of Omen Tournament pack had some exciting previews drop this morning, and we’re here to break down some quick reactions as to what this means for Chaos Knights!
Jaden talks about a Dreadblade detachment featuring the terrifying Executioner War Dog for all Chaos Armies in todays Warhammer 40,000 tactica!
Necrons are a dominant force in the competitive scene of 40K. They will be an opponent you see often across all levels of play and tournaments.
Prayers are a powerful tool in the arsenal of armies that have them, and Chaos Space Marines make extremely good use of them. The Dark Apostle has become a staple in competitive Chaos Space Marine play, with his highly consistent 2+ prayers and of course access to some powerful options (yeah, we’ll talk about THATContinue reading “Exalt the Dark Gods: Chaos Marine Prayers”
Peyton breaks down Brent Simons list from the recent Kansas City Open