Adeptus Custodes Codex

£19.95

Adeptus Custodes Codex is the definitive book for all collectors. The codex features 13 Datasheets, Stratagems, Warlord Traits and more!

 

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Description

The Adeptus Custodes Codex provides all the background information and rules necessary for these elite warriors. This definitive book also includes detailed descriptions of their history as well as a showcase of beautifully painted citadel miniatures to help you gain inspiration for your custodes army.

Warhammer 40k Adeptus Custodes are the personal guards for the Emperor of Mankind. They have guarded the Imperial Palace for ten thousand years and serve as the most elite bodyguards in the entire Imperium. They each have individual fighting skills and talents to help battle those who dare go against the Emperor. Their duties mean they are rarely seen outside the world of holy Terra.

This book will prepare and guide you on how to play with your new army during Warhammer 40k. Read through the rules, history and timelines to improve your understanding and improve your chances of success against the enemy!

Adeptus Custodes Codex Contents

This 80-page hardback Adeptus Custodes Codex features the following:

  • History of the Adeptus Custodes
  • Detailed Descriptions of their Deployment
  • Creation Story
  • Overview of the Gathering Storm
  • Composition – A Host of Heroes
  • Uniforms and Examples for Shield Companies –  the Shadowkeepers, the Aquilan Shield, the Dread Host, the Solar Watch and the Emissaries Imperatus.
  • Defence of the Sol System
  • Timeline
  • Background on each Character
  • Showcase of Miniatures
  • Rules
  • Datasheets x13
  • Army Abilities
  • Point Values
  • Stratagems x27
  • Warlord Traits x6
  • Weaponry
  • Tactical Objectives x6

Additional information

Weight 0.514 kg
EAN

9781788261357

Pack Size

1

Supplier

Games Workshop

Brand

Warhammer 40k

WH Type

models, warhammer_books

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