Yes, you heard right - the Grots are coming! And they're coming ... well, small. That's what they are, small. But they are also cunning, devious and absolutely cute!
Warhammer 40k Killteam is out and we decided once again, to work on some house rules for it. So today we'd like to present our own rules for the Sisters of Battle in 40k Killteam. Including Commanders!
Prepare for a rare sight on the battlefields of the 41st millenium - mechanized horses! And on their backs the righteous Sisters of Battle. A new unit to crush your enemies and bring fear to the unbeliever.
After introducing some completely new units like the Legatine and the Maiden of Vengeance, we thought it was time for some overhaul of existing units - namely the Ministorum Elites. Crusaders, Death Cult Assassins and Arco-Flagellants.
Time for a new unit to spice up your army list! And this time it gets heavy. I'd like to introduce to you: The Maiden of Vengeance. The Maiden is designed for close combat, but comes with some additional short-range options like an Immolation Flamer!
A collection of House Rules for the Adepta Sororitas of the 8th Edition of Warhammer 40k. Order Tactics, Stratagems, Warlord Traits, Relics and several new units. Last update: 11.05.2018
A week has past since I last shared some updates on my Sororitas Knight, and eventhough I'm far from finished, I wanted to give some new impressions. Luckily, there is another model I can also share with you guys, my converted Legatine!
The Order of the Sacred Rose is one of the Orders Militant of the Adepta Sororitas, or the Sisters of Battle, founded in honour of Saint Arabella by the Ecclesiarch Deacis VI in the middle of the 38th Millennium at the same time as the Order of the Bloody Rose was Founded. The Order is based on Terra in the Convent Prioris.
The Order of Our Martyred Lady was founded in honour of Saint Katherine. Even amongst the devout warriors of the Sororitas, the Sisters of Our Martyred Lady have a reputation for incredible determination, inspired by their desire to avenge the deaths of their fallen. This inner fire drives them to destroy their enemies utterly, and those not consumed with cleansing flames are ruthlessly put to the sword.