Now a delightful charge deterrent. Load up on storm bolters (only 2 points! Furthermore, Guard can bring Techpriests as Elites which is helpful for keeping your Knights alive. This gives you a T8 3++ 28W non degrading statline (1CP stratagem), the firepower of roughly 6-7 leman russ but rerolling 1's to hit and to wound, at 60% of the cost. Sir Hektur is an especially good pick for infantry-heavy Guard; he reduces the chances of them fleeing after a failed morale test, and if Canis Rex is destroyed he'll have plenty of screening units to hide behind. Less points = Not winning. While we're at it, consider the Necromechanic warlord trait to double up healing from your Enginseers--more with the Tech Adept stratagem. Even if you're limited to just the front of their lines, this still leaves you with a knight on full health in melee range. Firstly, you take as many Armigers as you possibly can, leaving enough spare points to buy at least one Preceptor (two if you're running a mix of Warglaives and Helverins), take Warglaives if the enemy has a lot of heavy armour, Lightning Lock Moirax against hordes/MEQ, Helverins for everything else (or anything tougher than toughness 8, as at that point the Armiger autocannons rate of fire is superior). Combined with the +1 attack Seneschal warlord trait, the House Griffith trait on the charge for another attack and the paragon gauntlet to give you a package which will deal 31.11 damage to a warhound Titan and more than enough damage to one shot any knight that doesn’t have an invulnerability save better than a 5++. Heavy D3, Strength 9, Ap -4 and D6 Damage, rolling 2D6 and taking the highest when in half range, will leave many targets as … Note if you want to give a relic or warlord trait to an armiger or non-questoris forgeworld knight you need to do this and make it your warlord. Remember that these guys also have the keyword, so you can buff them appropriately if your army is battleforged around that keyword. Don't underestimate the battle cannon in 8th. It actually makes your Knight worse. If every unit in the detachment is Questor Mechanicus, gain the following - Mechanicus Allegiance Oath - Sacristan Pledge: regain 1 wound at the start of the controlling player's turn. The ground shakes as the Imperial Knights march to war. In all but 2 of the GT packet missions, if you hold 2 objectives you’ll score 10 points primary (15 for hold more if you managed to keep your opponent off objectives during their turn). You better be fully surrounded, since it only wounds on a 6+. Dukeofstuff. Tolerable on a Gallant or a Lancer, but anyone else...not so much. For other Knights, the Rapid-fire Battle Cannon didn’t budge but the AGC went down by 75 pts costing 0 now. Instead, I would Fall Back & do something useful with my Knight. There are also some really efficient units to fill out the Battalion with. Dedicated anti-tank guns will bring them down with shocking rapidity. Freeblades are allowed to have a different Allegiance to the other knights in your detachment however if they do so you lose the benefit of the oath. Whatever you end up rolling will definitely help a lot, but its randomness will end up defining how you use your Freeblade. These missiles also help to somewhat mitigate how powerful invulns can be on some units. Stratagems -Glory in Honour (3 CP): Use it after one of your units has fought, NOT at the end of the Fight phase, unlike other "Fight Twice" stratagems. Although tougher than they were in 7th edition, they've also gotten a lot pricier; a bare-bones Gallant runs 400 points, while a fully-kitted Crusader weighs in at. Just as if that weren't enough, you can now only gain 1 CP a battle round so there's no way to make up for the increased stratagem cost. Some recent rules changes to the game and the Castellan itself means that this is no longer the game-breaking meta-warping combo it once was, firstly the castellan went up by 100 points making it over 700pts (over 1/3 your list at 2000pts). Most of your models are, Knights die surprisingly easily and hit surprisingly weakly. Keep this thing out of melee, yes it’s S8 and T8, yes it “can” retreat from melee and still shoot, but with no proper melee weapon, only 3 attacks at WS4+ (undamaged), a normal knight will do a lot of damage to a Porphyrion (if it can ever get close enough. House Terryn is known for their exceeding gallantry and unrelenting assaults on the enemies of Mankind, and for their unrelenting commitment to their Knightly vows. The only time the Veuglaire is better is against heavy targets with excellent invulns, like storm shield terminators. D1d3 weapons vs. TEQ has an effective damage of 1.67, not 2. Perhaps they meant along the lines of 3 Armiger or War Dogs to fill a Superheavy Detachment. If you can combine a solid backfield/midfield objective(s) holding, and can use your big knights to keep your opponent off of their objectives you should be able to score more points for Primary than them. However, the flipside is, you can still only fire one per turn. The Valiant is a good choice for this- the Conflagration Cannon automatically hits so the crippled BS will make no difference. Cover Description. without a command unit with no CP added, or at the cost of a CP to gain a single unit. Which means now units cannot set up 9.000001 inches away and not get cleansed when charging on overwatch. The Imperial Armor Compendium for Forge World has changed up a few things, several of which are for the better! Not even Custodes banners can give you that because those don't affect Vehicles. Damage calculation for infantry accounts for overkill, e.g. Warlord Trait - Knight of Mars: When you roll 6+ to wound in the shooting phase, the attack is resolved with 1 more AP (-4 becomes -5). In the grim darkness of the far future, duty is eternal The smash profile clocks in at S: User, AP-2, 3D along with x3 hit rolls - and no -1 to hit! (This should actually be 2/3 chance, with an ~1/10 chance of the unlucky sod getting spitroasted harder than Addadon's mom) This whole combo is improved by Hawkshroud's stellar house ability which keeps those harpoons at full power for longer, They did the maths (out of date, still from 8th), (you still count as 1 model for the purposes of it), plus there’s a kick ass custodes knight conversion kit on shapeways, or available for cheaper directly from the same guy, Talons of the Emperor (Custodes and Sisters of Silence), Adeptus Ministorum (Sisters of Battle and minor factions),,000/Tactics/Imperial_Knights_(9E)&oldid=735024, Moirax Conversion Beam Cannon (Short Range), Moirax Conversion Beam Cannon (Mid Range), Moirax Conversion Beam Cannon (Long Range), Twin Conversion Beam Cannon (Short Range). A good tactic would be to fire the RFBC last; 72" is long enough to reach almost anywhere on the board and it's pretty difficult to hide from a Knight. It is extremely relevant if you're bringing Armigers Warglaive and perhaps Armigers Helverin (though you really shouldn't be locking the latter in combat). You gain a significant edge against swarms of low strength, low ap fire, and combined with your ion shields a -3 ap attack is exactly the same. Perhaps you were a fan of all those giant robots from those Japanese cartoons when you were little. A Knight Valiant version of this strategy. In the grim darkness of the far future, there is only the hunter and his prey. Gives most non forgeworld knights their own gimmick so you can burn through CP even faster! In the grim darkness of the far future, ... You choose three of these before the game begins, and you can only choose one from each category. Yeah, odds are that volcano lance will fuck up a Leviathan Dreadnought, but if he gets lucky with his saves, at least you have these bad boys hanging around. Superior to the Armour of the Sainted Ion against high ap ranged and melee attacks but does not improve your resilience to low ap attacks or melee attacks. Its combination of multiple shots, S8, decent AP (-2) and multiple damage (Dd3) means that it will perform reliably, if not spectacularly, against just about everything in the game. ** Note the update to the rules means that Sisters of Silence can only go in battle forged detatchment with other Sisters of Silence... the only possible ways to field them are With the point drops to the Castellan there is an argument to be made for breaking it back out; with the additional considerations of the potential rise of vehicle/monster/elite meta this could have real merit. These help to reflect the unique tactics and strategies used by the Imperial Knights on the battlefield. 8th Edition Imperial Knights Codex Review Part 1- Household Traditions and Warlord Traits Part 2- Stratagems Part 3- Relics Part 4- Armiger Class Knights Part 5- Knight Castellan Part 6- Knight Valiant Cerastus chassis roll 2d6" advances, House Terryn rolls an additional dice for advances & charges drop the lowest (8.4"), the Landstrider WT gives you a +2" to Advance & Charge aura. and both Rangers and Vanguard are 9 points per man, so a minimal battalion runs for as little as 205 points. They just keep rolling in. A Moirax with a pair of claws makes for a premium Monster hunter, guaranteed to give your Tyranid friends flashbacks of their Carnifexen having their legs pulled off one by one. 72" Heavy 2d6 S9 AP-2 d3 D, and when rolling for shot number it rolls 3d6 and drops the lowest. They are as woeful in melee as most vehicles. With the changes to ion shields, static gun lines threaten them quite a bit. Thematically, House Cadmus are the huntiest hunters to ever hunt. Knight of the Cog can give your Knights Canticles for the turn, which means cover in the open (for 2+ saves) or +1 strength (insane with Stomps and Death Grip). Combined with its 2+ BS 6 shots S12 Ap4 D6 makes it outperform the errant. The end result is a high-risk high-return combination of strengths and weaknesses that you really need to build around in order to make use of, but can work wonders in the right hands. Price: US $23.99. Oh well...Still one of the better traits to take on your dominus class knights due to the firepower they attract. The 2019 April FAQ sadly nerfed "Rotate Ion Shields" to limit the invulnerable save a knight can have to a 4++, so you can no longer use this trait and the stratagem to make you knight Castellan a giant custodian. Nobody, that's who (Unless they have soulburners). The ground shakes as the Imperial Knights march to war. Predator cannon on top making your life hell? I wont spoil how it ends, but Horus Heresy: Mechanicum is pretty cool, even if its not the best written book in the world, it really does the Knights of House Taranis, and Titans of Legio Tempestus justice. To hit, to wound, damage, and the number of shots. Back at the launch of the 8th edition of Warhammer 40,000 we saw a series of volumes from Forge World collecting together all the rules for Forge World units in the new edition of the game. Planes dont really bring much weight of fire at S7+. However if you want to soup, there is a few good options to help you achieve this like Tempestus Scions. When you consider that Knights don't take movement penalties on heavy weapons (and can advance + shoot with no penalty if. A lot of armies do not have widespread access to strength 9 or higher weaponry, so this only really matters if you're up against Guard players (lascannon swarms and shadowswords) or against other superheavies and (god-emperor forbid) Titans. As of the IA Compendium, these guys are affected just fine by all your fancy Codex rules apart from the heirlooms and exalted court stratagems. If your opponent is a monster or a vehicle. Imperial Armour Compendium Review. Super Heavy Auxiliary detachment, Exalted Court (-1Cp), Extra Relic (-1CP), House Raven > Castellan Knight with Cawl's Wrath and Ion bulwark. Let's face it, you like the fatties. Stuff like Tesla guns with +1 or +2 to hit will do an obscene amount of damage despite your saves. Guard also has access to cheap psykers in the Astropaths and Primaris Psykers for Deny the Witch and support powers. Now that running soup penalises your CP total, and you get a fixed number of CP plus extra per round, I think that Armiger only lists could be viable. Even better on the Knight Castigator. Warhammer 40k 9th Edition Battle Report: Sororitas vs Genestealer Cult 2000pts. If you're able to keep the distance the Asterius clearly desires, making it your Warlord opens up Cold Eradication as a solid option, as both the Cbeams and Mortar Battery use random shot generation. Slap it on a Castellan or Valiant and no one even bothers to shoot at it. In order to maximize the bonus of House Raven’s Trait, an advancing Castigator and Gallant make for a early push-threatening duo, along with some Armigers with Lightning locks that can advance and shoot at no penalty. Getting some points is easy, but maxing is going to be hard, if not impossible. Imperial Knights, Space Wolves and Tyranids – 8th Edition Leaks. Knight Lances: If your army is Battle-forged, select one model in each Imperial Knights Super-heavy Detachment in your army. It should be noted that he can be included in a mechanicus detachment but then the detachment loses its oaths. That gives +2 to an advance or charge roll. A massive increase in damage output. Great at wrecking vehicles and MCs, but they can be very binary - there's lots of things like Dreadnoughts with >6 wounds that take two hits to kill and can leave a nasty mark if they get to hit back, so it's always advisable to try to soften these targets up a bit first. The big thing to keep in mind: ONLY units in Super-heavy detachments get Household Traditions and the Allegiance Oath! A battalion will now cost you 3CP to bring along, but allows you to bring up to 60 giant brass-balled guardsmen, on top of various other elites/tanks/officers. The Imperial Armor Compendium has gifted the Lancer with it not only keeping the 14" movement, but also giving it +1 attack!! Warlord Trait - Master of the Joust: When you finish your Charge move, on 4+ one enemy unit within an 1" suffers D3 mortal wounds. The 9.17 Imperial Team Comp in this article is viable for both Ranked and Casual TFT games! (CP rerolls can't be used for that anymore) Combine with the Mark of the Omnissiah Heirloom for regen shenanigans. Cover Description. Not too spectacular, but it can cover for the Ion Shields' inability to protect against melee attacks. Hammernators and equivalent melee units will still wreck your shit mercilessly and almost look cost-effective doing it (although thunder hammers are slightly less effective than in 8th.). Then again, this adds a guaranteed 6" to the Thermal Spear, which when you throw in Stormstrider brings the range to 50" (30 + 6" range, 14" move). So with a new edition and now the long journey of updating everything! Guarded Grey Knight Terminator PaddyMick wrote: Right then. They also need to take two Burdens (one Burden if it's rolled for instead of being selected manually) that are just as detrimental as the Qualities are beneficial (fortunately, they can roll leadership to resist their burdens each turn but equaling leadership still counts as a fail). Still Knights remain cheap enough that you can still field 4 of the big guys and an Armiger in your list. Uniquely, does not follow the concepts of feudalism or chivalry, as most other Knight Houses do, and are, instead, nearly completely devoted to the Adeptus Mechanicus and the Omnissiah. This can be incredibly bad in 9th edition. Always take this over sanctuary since -4 or better AP in combat is very rare and -1 or 2 is quite common even on anti-tank weapons. Punch it once again to either kill it or make it drop a wound bracket - corpses and cripples have a hard time fighting back. (Good. RAW, can be used to choose units in deep strike of any kind. Warhammer 40k Battle Report - Imperial Knights vs. Orks. If you brought a Castellan/Valiant, this could happen with the missile snipe, but is still very risky. Note also that with the Imperial knight codex, the benevolence of the machine god stratagem is included, allowing you to use both it and the mechanicus stratagem on the same turn, which is a nice bit of flexibility. Imperial Knights are a small group in terms of how many models you’ll use because they eat up a lot of points. It's 9th Edition! This perfectly supports both the long-range anti-infantry Helverin and the short-range anti-tank Warglaive, while still being able to mix it up if an enemy slips through. Well, you've probably got some lying around, so that's a start. (OK.), Linebreaker: Score 4 points for having 2 units wholly within the enemy deployment zone at the end of your turn. If you are running a full knight army do not target vehicles with these guys. S+6 AP-4 D6, and wound rolls of 6 deal d3 extra mortal wounds. It's 9th edition! (Super Good, if your opponent has 2+ psykers and you have none. Both Imperialis and Mechanicus allegiance houses can select any of them. But it’s not all about defence. Warlord Trait - Master of the Trial: Ignores AP-1 (as it adds 1 to your save vs these attacks). A Hawkshroud knight valiant can provide fantastic protection for imperial allies, for 2cp it can fire it's overwatch including that auto-hitting conflagration cannon at a charging enemy unit, this is a potentially game winning strategy particularly if your opponent is caught off-guard. Which is not ideal of course, but on a model with so many wounds, it sort of does take a bit of the danger out of it (hint: House Raven players using their house command benefit "order of companions" to re-roll all 1s, letting you overcharge this (and by this i mean replace the plasma decimator with the cawls wrath relic) and do 3 damage a shot with a little chance to self damage. You have 22 relics to choose from, the highest of any army yet. It's 9th Edition! ), Deploy Scramblers: Non-character infantry unit performs action at end of movement phase, once wholly within your deployment zone, once more than 6″ away from either deployment zone, and once wholly within enemy deployment zone, completes at end of your turn. Oathsworn Knights can often be found accompanying the marines into battle, though fluffwise it's very much on the side of Marines supported by Knights rather than Knights supported by Marines. The loss of effectiveness from damage can really gimp your knight, but if your enemy has to deal 18 wounds to your Questoris, 21 to your Dominus and 9 to your Armigers to even drop their statistics by one point, it means you can survive far longer putting out higher damage, and give you a definite edge against other knight armies, or armies that kill you with chip damage. Any unmodified hit rolls of 6 cause 2 hits instead of 1, unless it's a chaos unit. The sweep attack does the usual x3 hits while doing a tasty S6, AP-2, 3D - the focus attack still hits like a truck with the S12, AP-4, 6D and re-rolling wound against monsters and vehicles. Assume you won't be able to fire the big guns for the first couple of turns, and position to break line of sight. This secondary is Amazing – if you run into Grey Knights, Thousand Sons, or other Chaos lists, assuming you didn’t soup in your own Psyker. (High Risk, High Reward. Then Pile into the next one. Counter opinion: yes this gun is pretty average. For when you haven’t taken one of the many ways to get re-rolls for your warlord with house traits (or when you do have re-rolls and you want your knight to only miss 1 in 36 of its attacks). Any unmodified hit rolls of 6 cause 2 hits instead of 1. Also note that secondary objectives in 9th edition can be difficult to max out. Unless a Crusader or shootier, a Knight actually does more damage with its stompy feet than with its gun arm. While their relic and Stratagem lend themselves to shooting, their real meat and potatoes lie in getting up in the enemy's face and throwing all that weight around. They are fast, and quality out of the gate, but limited and cost more points. Thankfully, provided you either A) Paint the colors on smooth and with decent contrast or B) weather the hell out of them, your knight will look good without sacrificing your limbs to the machine god for better dexterity. If your opponent ignores him, punish him with full firepower/ a charge from across the map. Additionally Engine War gave Knights a few minor tweaks and extra stratagems. 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: No adverts like this in the forums anymore. So settle in and get comfortable as we dive into everything you need to know. The Index entry for a Primaris Psyker has the keyword for Astra Telepathica so can be used to fill out your detachment with a HQ for the extra CP and some psychic support. If you are up against a cc army, the valiant is great, because no one wants to get close, but against a gunline, that's a lot of turns of wasted potential. Imperial Knights vs Orks Warhammer 40k 9th edition battle report. The crush profile has the -1 to hit, but does the Sx2, AP-4, 6D (+2D to vehicles and monsters). Warhammer 40k Imperial Knights 8th/9th Edition Codex | eBay Skip to main content Still counts on you failing the leadership roll, though, but a roughly 1/6 chance of rolling at or above a 9 isn't nothing. They are limited in which stratagems they can take, as they are Cerastus pattern. This list uses the strength of House Krasts ability to tune up a Crusader with the Headsman’s Mark, and the fact that they reroll hit rolls in melee when charge/charged/heroic, so basically all the goodness from before. The catch? Benefits Crusaders and Armiger Warglaives the most for obvious reasons - always load up on Carapace Weapons if you're running, Bear in mind that on a d3, rolls of 1 and 2 count as a 1, making this stratagem very good when used on a dominus class knight with 2x twin siege breaker cannons. Provided you fulfill the requirements (not as difficult as you'd think, especially in a pure Knight army with several large bases and high movement speeds), Staunch Allies grants you a *second* Overwatch. And finally, the Imperial Armor Compendium gifted us with a point reduction to 480 points, making this a much more intriguing option than ever before. Basically a better version of the House Griffith Warlord Trait. With 24 wounds, T8/3+/5++ vs shooting, it'll take on average 23 BS3+ lascannon shots to take one down. Just let the enemy know that Crusader of yours could fire all its guns at the offending unit and they might change their strategy. House Raven leverages their massive numbers of Knights in order to advance as an unbreachable wall of crimson war machines, unleashing their fury upon the enemies of Humanity in a rolling wave of thunder as they advance rapidly across the battlefield. In the grim darkness of the far future, ... Although you’ll mostly only use this in apocalypse battles, consider taking this instead of a Baneblade (plus something else to make up the 300-400 leftover points) as your anti-armor, as fully kitted out with all the lascannons there is nothing smaller than a titan or one of the tougher knights which can survive against it, and at T8 and 30 wounds there is little outside of those same categories and hordes of lascannon guardsmen which can destroy it. Waltz it forward at the front of your army and watch it soak up entire turns of shooting. The potential to shrug mortals from the psychic phase is always welcome to help mitigate enemy psykers, but the cream de la creme of the House is the unique Stratagem that makes them perfect for yummy Imperial soup lists. Since this also helps with shooting this is definitely the better option. is it though? Pretty underwhelming on anything that isn't built for melee The basic Knight Paladin has 2D6 shots but kicks 12 times in melee. With rotate Ion Shields only costing 1 CP (instead of 3 like the Dominus), the Asterius is worth consideration as your robust long-range anti-armor platform. Or if you’re a patron, head over to our Discord where you can chat with us directly. Its only real use is in new Apocalypse game, where this terrain dont have downsides of 40k version. Excellent against all targets, as the mortal wounds bypass armour and invulnerability saves, but can also splash over into those annoying infantry swarms. Household Traditions - Glory of the Charge: Add 1 to the Attacks characteristic of a model during any turn in which it charged or performed a Heroic Intervention - in addition, a model with this Household Tradition can perform Heroic Interventions as if it were a Character. Thematically, House Griffith are more akin to historical knights with their focus on expensive, well armored, and elite units charging into their enemies to break them with superior might. Still worry about massed melee with the above option though, since your Castellan still only has WS+4, so if your opponent floods in enough dudes you will still die due to sheer numbers. Try to avoid secondary objectives that depend on your opponent’s actions or are easy for them to interfere with. Vindicares and Culexus are great for anti-character and anti-psyker duty, and Eversors are excellent in anti-horde duties. So we don’t want our big Knights to die, but expecting all 3 of our most costly to survive a whole game is fairly unrealistic. The Oathbreaker Stratagem is very expensive for an army that already struggles with CP, and their one shot per turn / one use per battle coupled with your good but not spectacular BS makes them unreliable at best. Codex: Imperial Knights is a Codex for the 8th Edition of Warhammer 40,000. out of date, the statistic for weapons and units in thier 8th incarnation. (High Risk, High reward, if you brought a Castellan/Valiant. The Neutron Laser is better than the Thermal Spear in every aspect. The Ritual of Reloading works well with a Valiant as a charge or deepstrike deterrent if you have nothing good to shoot at during your turn; the Ritual specifies the next time the weapon is 'fired', so an automatic 18 Conflagration Cannon hits if you're expecting an alpha strike is totally doable (even more flexibly with the Hawkshroud stratagem). Warlord Trait -Duty of Forsworn: Pick an enemy unit at the start of the game but before it began. The assassins have stratagems now as well which can improve their tactical flexibility. Remove even screened characters by using the Electrothaumic Overload and Oathbreaker Guidance Systems stratagems to make your opponent concede before the end of your first turn. Yes it did. Hey everyone, Reecius here with another Imperial Knights Review! All your units are tough vehicles – the weakest thing in the codex is a T7, W12 walker with a 3+/5++ save! When you tack that on to the fact you more or less need to kill 150 models to max this secondary, it seems fairly unrealistic to take. This is extremely powerful. Regular Dakkanaut To me, this points at the biggest challenge for me in 9th, the almost double taxation of thin their ranks and bring it down. Being able to fire 60" puts them out of range of a great deal of the more common weapon systems in theory but in reality you don't have many models and need them forward on objectives where they are targetable. Astra Militarum 9th Edition Introduction. We’ve talked about how Knights play, now let’s look at some list concepts and see how we might put some of these concepts into action. Falls to the same pitfalls as most Grav weapons, as while the AP and Damage scream Anti Tank, its lackluster Strength and 4 damage is actually better at killing TEU and may not be overkill if they happened to have some kind of FNP. The Battalion Detachment is just like the current Battalion in 8th. Hey everyone, Reecius here with the first part of our Imperial Knights Codex review! Goatboy here with a list I think can keep Chaos Knights in the running in 9th Edition. Melta-toting Dominions is a perennial favorite. 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