Warhammer 40k

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  • 1st edition Warhamer 40,000 was an evouloution

    1st edition Warhamer 40,000 was an evouloution
    Warhamer 40,000 was an evouloution of chess. All you need is a battle table and a certain race to battle against the enemy.
    You can pick of over 20 armys of different races.
  • 2nd edition warhammer 40k

    2nd edition warhammer 40k
    The second edition of "Warhammer 40,000" was published in late 1993 and responded to the desire by Games Workshop to appeal to a younger fanbase. This new course for the game was forged under the direction of editor Andy Chambers. The second edition came in a boxed set that included Space Marine and Ork miniatures, scenery, dice, and the main rules. An expansion box set titled Dark Millennium was later released, which included rules for psychic powers. Another trait of the game
  • 3rd edition warhammer 40k

    3rd edition warhammer 40k
    The third edition of the game was released in 1998 and, like the second edition, concentrated on streamlining the rules for larger battles. Third edition rules were notably simpler and were less prone to give characters abilities only on the roll of a die. The rulebook was available alone, or as a boxed set with miniatures of Space Marines and the newly introduced Dark Eldar. The system of army 'codexes' continued in third edition, enjoying some popularity.
  • 4th edition warhammer 40k

    4th edition warhammer 40k
    The fourth edition of Warhammer 40,000 was released in 2004. This edition did not feature as many major changes as prior editions, and was "backwards compatible" with each army's third edition codex. The fourth edition was released in three forms: the first was a standalone hardcover version, with additional information on painting, scenery building, and background information about the Warhammer 40,000 universe. The second was a boxed set, called Battle For Macragge.
  • 5th edition warhammer 40k

    5th edition warhammer 40k
    The fifth edition of Warhammer 40,000 was released on July 12, 2008. While there are some differences between the fourth and fifth editions, the general rule set shares numerous similarities. Codex books designed prior to the fifth edition are still compatible with only some changes to how those armies function. The replacement for the previous edition's Battle for Macragge starter set is called Assault on Black Reach, which features a pocket-sized rulebook.
  • Modern day

    Modern day
    Modern day warhammer 40000 is great fun and no further editions have been made but edition 6 is expected to come out 2014.