Imperial Armour is a series of rules supplements to the Warhammer 40, table-top game, along with an associated range of vehicle-size resin model kits. Both are produced by Forge World , a subsidiary company of Games Workshop. The Imperial Armour range and rules supplements are designed to incorporate vehicles referred to in the fiction and background material produced for the Warhammer 40, fictional universe, but not included in the Codexes due to a variety of reasons. These include super-heavy vehicles such as the Imperial Baneblade , specialised variants of standard vehicles such as Tau Empire Hammerhead Gunships modified to carry different turret weapon configurations , aircraft, immobile defenses, and non-combatant vehicles. Vehicles that are featured in the Imperial Armour books are available from Forge World as multi-part resin model kits, or as a series of resin components that can be used to convert existing plastic and metal models. The Imperial Armour range is not limited to conventional vehicles, as the Orks are known to use massive creatures called Squiggoths , and the Tyranids do not possess any vehicles, instead using extremely large bioformed creatures.
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Also covered are new fighting machines of the Imperium. There is background information, interior details, technical specifications, illustrations, colour schemes and rules for using all these creatures, vehicles and troop types in games of Warhammer 40, He Inside this book you will find information, in exacting detail, on new Tyranid creatures spawned by the Hive Mind.
Heavily illustrated with colour and black and white pictures, full-colour vehicle and creature profiles, technical drawings plus organisation charts and scenarios, this adds new depth to the Warhammer 40, universe. Appendices contain all the rules you will need to use Super-heavy vehicles, aircraft, Tyranid gargantuan creatures, and play games set inside the Anphelion Base.
For Warhammer 40, enthusiasts, this book provides a complete overview of the battle for Beta Anphelion IV. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title. Imperial Armour 4. Inquistior Solomon Lok. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Apr 04, Singleton Mosby rated it it was amazing Shelves: warhammerk , post-appocalyptic.
The Anphelion Project is probably the best Imperial Armour book around. The entire setting is much smaller then with the other books like The Siege of Vraks. This makes for a much more personal viewpoint, especially when it comes to Inquistor Lok and the Terminators.
Their hopeless battle against the Tyranids on a abandonned, swamplike moon reminds me of Starship Troopers and the setting of the combat is almost like Jurassic Park. This combination is chosen very well as it makes for a tense atmo The Anphelion Project is probably the best Imperial Armour book around.
This combination is chosen very well as it makes for a tense atmosphere. Even though we are talking about a book of gaming rules. As always the book is beautifully illustrated; great drawings and superb photographs of the action. This all makes it almost real. Seriously recommended. Jan 04, nooker rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: 40k players. This is my favorite of the Imperial Armor books. The Aliens feel to it was really cool.
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Imperial Armour is a series of books written by Forge World the company to promote their Warhammer 40, models. They include full-color drawings, technical data, rules in some cases full army lists, recently given an official stamp of approval , and, in most cases, a narrative focusing on a campaign which features the models included. However, each book features a non-imperial army foremost read: on the cover , and releases specialized units, army lists, and Apocalypse love for the specific non-imperial faction being featured. Tau got most of their Apocalypse units from their release, and the Ork list has a whole bloody tactica. More often than not, the xenos even win! Oh who are we kidding - Imperial forces get fucked up in every book - they either outright lose or their victory is totally Pyrrhic.