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October 10, The -1S is part of the Iron Hand legion traits, but IH already have their chapter traits, which I doubt will be changed. Along with the Imperial Fists 3rd Company Supplement, we now have some increasingly confirmed information for the next Space Marines instalment — Iron Hands.

Clan Raukaan – A Codex: Space Marines Supplement (6th Edition) – Warhammer 40k – Lexicanum

Now Comes the Feast of Blades. Glad to have read this review, I think raukaab murdering of a faction’s lore is terrible! On the other hand, very cool. I hope it is read by someone at GW. Knight of Infinite Resignation 11 April at October 15, 7: Here are some of the details mentioned.

Newer Post Older Post Home. Bellarius 7 December at As an Iron Hands player for more than a decade, I will let GW know of my displeasure with them in the one way they will understand Please explain how nothing major was changed.


What I have seen of the new supplement churns my stomach. Even though I haven’t purchased the supplement I’m still debating if I shouldI have to say I can’t disagree with you.

Primarch Ferrus Manus has the same -1S rule for his 30k rules in the next Horus Heresy book, so having it appear in this supplement is a pretty sure bet, i think.

Friday, 29 November Clan Raukaan: Thinning Paints for Airbrushing and Painting. I’ve recently got back into 40k gaming after a mere 25 year gap.

Games Workshop Warhammer 40k Clan Raukaan Codex Supplement

I suppleement recently persuaded to start it up again by a friend but I will be pretending that the fluff in this awful document was never written. Before 6th Ed came out I was determined to start an Iron Hands army and even tracked down a copy of WD with all the fluff in it. You’re more than welcome and thank you for taking the time to comment.

Hopefully the powers that be will get enough negative feedback about this style of codex that they’ll rethink Im actually half tempted to pirate a copy, print the cover, wipe my ass with it and sending it to GW HQ I’m liking the idea of lots and lots of supplements. October 10, 8: Agreed, that’s exactly what I was going to recommend once i’ve finished with the rules section of this review. Bellarius 11 April at Almost every single last Supplement Codex has been of this quality and utterly ruined the army they have been trying to promote.

It will finally allow GW to update armies on a reasonable schedule. I will make my opinion known with my wallet. October 10, 7: I raised some of these points on GWs Facebook page when it had one however even though I was faultlessly polite my comments were deleted without answer and I was blocked from the page.


JT 18 November at Mech, nor were were any Ad. There are so many players out there that collect armies not for their prowess on a table or in a tournament, but for the stories attached to them, the characters and the fun element of playing a force with a great history.

Bellarius 9 December at Thank you for pointing out that error, i’m honestly not sure how I managed to do that. You already have a bunch of HQs specific to your chapter.

No more, “You don’t like your codex?

October 11, Far too many reviews informing hobbyists were rauoaan any degree of attention to the lore, and quite frankly travesties like this need to be brought up as much as well written pieces. Anonymous 7 December at Vote Up 0 Vote Down. Clan Raukaan supplement actually put me off starting this army. Anonymous 9 December at That part has been corrected to properly address the issues found in that sequence. Strictly speaking, there hasn’t been a Codex: