40K SQUATS CODEX PDF

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Most of these minor races never got much further than a figure or two anyway - Zoats had, what, four metal figures max? The Squats, however, had a reasonably sized line of Space Dwarves figures - line infantry, heavy weapons and command groups, plus some vehicles and support weaponry.

They had an army list in 1st Edition equal to any of the other army lists in that edition, and got their list early on before some other races like Eldar or Tyranids. They had a substantial representation in the smaller-scale figure line of Epic, and they were amongst the "get you by" army lists provided with 40K 2nd Edition.

And then Squatted: To remove an army from play and continuity. Even when I started playing in 2nd Edition and they still had some minimal acceptance, Squats seemed a bit of a relic - no new figures, no special characters and no units with any sort of special rules. Standard gear is basically that of an Imperial Guardsman. Stat line is essentially the same bar the sub-division of psychological stats in 1st Ed and some of the equipment choices are broader, but then 1st Ed does that with every unit.

In the Epic scale they got further unique goods in the form of giant "land train" tanks, use of drilling vehicles to burrow under enemy lines. Proposals for 2nd Ed Squat figures included " Cyber-Slayers ", bionically enhanced suicide squats for close combat massacres. So, which army best mimics the Squats, assuming we go with counts-as rather than a homebrew Codex?

The ability to pick lots of battle tanks and artillery matches well - especially if you add Forge World. The main issue would be that the increase to WS and T make Squats a better call in close combat than Imperial Guard ever are, and Lasguns somehow feel a bit underwhelming to me as the Space Dwarf weapon. You could go Veterans with Shotguns admittedly. My preferred choice is a variant Imperial Guard list: Death Korp of Krieg, a Forge World army for which they have a free download of the 6th Ed rules on their site.

Basic troops can include Combat Engineers armed with Shotguns and they can be upgraded to Elites with a Hades Breaching Drill - a great stand-in for the drilling machines of the Squats. None of my regular foes would have much problem with it - several of them own Forge World models anyway so it would seem a bit churlish!

What about you guys? What codex would you use to run Squats in Warhammer 40K 6th Edition? Posted by.

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40K SQUATS CODEX PDF

Most of these minor races never got much further than a figure or two anyway - Zoats had, what, four metal figures max? The Squats, however, had a reasonably sized line of Space Dwarves figures - line infantry, heavy weapons and command groups, plus some vehicles and support weaponry. They had an army list in 1st Edition equal to any of the other army lists in that edition, and got their list early on before some other races like Eldar or Tyranids. They had a substantial representation in the smaller-scale figure line of Epic, and they were amongst the "get you by" army lists provided with 40K 2nd Edition. And then

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Awesome The Squats Homo sapiens rotundus were mentioned in the original " Rogue Trader " book and later received their full Army List in the articles published in White Dwarf number in February Vehicles and Robots were also available at premium points cost less than other human armies paid due to the recognized technical savviness of the Squats, Adeptus Mechanicus envoys and Living Ancestor venerable Squats who were literally millennia old added more flavour to the troop choice. Squats in Epic[ edit ] They built giant guns to compensate for not having giant guns. Note also the Moles and Hellbore that GW forgot about around the same time. The Squats laugh at your pathetic Baneblade and obvious mediocrity in the trouser department.

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