The new Sisters of Battle are coming! Time to dive into (nearly) all the new informations and pictures out there.
Hello everyone and welcome to a new section of House Rules for Sisters of Battle - Fixing the Acts of Faith system.
The time has come my friends. Chapter Approved 2018 is on its way and we already saw the first preview-videos of the upcoming Beta Codex for Sisters of Battle. I had a close look at it and today we will analyse the changes and see what it will bring to the table.
Warhammer Community released another preview of the upcoming Beta rules for Sisters of Battle and obviously, it's time to dive in a little!
The Vigilus Weekender started today, and we already got the first informations pouring out. Beside a lot of interessting news about new (and old) characters in the conflict and even a nice preview of the upcoming Genestealer cults, we also got a new Sisters of Battle Stratagem to look upon.
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
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 the Bloody Rose is one of the Orders Militant of the Adepta Sororitas, or the Sisters of Battle, founded in honour of Saint Mina by the Ecclesiarch Deacis VI. Mina had been one of the five companions of Alicia Dominica, the founder and patron of the Adepta Sororitas, Mina was known as a dark and brooding sister, quick to anger and deadly in combat.
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.