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However, with their new largely-unlimited availability it’s worth Marine players knowing all the tools they have access to, so lets take a tour as we close out the main book. The Sicaran is a fun little unit that is like an upgunned Predator – it has 14 Wounds and moves 14″, and we are now up to 5 different variants – the Battle Tank, the Arcus, the Venator, the Punisher, and the Omega. From this list your most likely two picks are Imperium’s Sword and Rites of War, depending mostly on whether your character is there to hit things in the face or to buff what’s around him. These traits apply to all units except SERVITOR and BEAST units. The Chaplain himself can even be a bit of a beatstick with the Mantra of Strength, especially when combined with the relic crozius. These are bad and you should not take them. Yeah ok there’s also these. We hope you enjoyed our list of the Best Infantry(ish) Units in the Marine Corps! That’s an utterly bewildering array of options – don’t worry, no other single unit has this many things it can be! Sniper is a unit in Iron Marines. The Relic version costs you 1CP now because of the Martial Legacy rule, and its default loadout is straight worse than the codex vesion – you’re paying 1CP to get the exact same loadout. Salamanders Primaris Chaplain on Bike. The infernum halo-launcher is now also an anti-AIRCRAFT defensive piece, giving +1 to save for the Stormhawk against ranged attacks from other aircraft. Their guns are a bit worse than bolt rifles, but they can choose to ignore any or all hit modifiers (a mild boost to their old wording where you had to ignore positive modifiers as well) and cover, and they’re also packing paired combat blades which give them a flat AP-1, helpful for cutting down light infantry and the like. There are thirteen Chapters with Chapter Tactics listed in the Space Marines codex. Something of a pattern in this book is that much of the content in this section has barely changed from the recent 8th edition book, except for like one thing which has been completely rewritten. S8 T8 W16 Sv2+ sounds like a profile that should really go somewhere, but as ever for the Raider their shooting output alone is not enough for their cost. Players begin the game in Devastator. Soon after you have captured an alien base, the first thing you need to do is install towers to fend off multiple incoming enemies. 18″ AP-1 bolt pistols) and the shiny new Astartes chainsword, which gives both an extra attack and also AP-1. Get ready to launch bold attacks, hold your ground, rescue civilians, hack supercomputers and all kind of heroic stuff. If you’ve ever looked at 30k Breachers and thought they’d be great in 40k, well, here you go. You will be able to command a hero and several other units, such as mechas, snipers, grunts and lots of … Assault Intercessors w/ Hand Flamer and Thunder Hammer. Each mission requires … Iron Marines – a space strategy in real time, which stands out strongly against other games of this genre, as it offers gamers the tactical capabilities of large games for fixed platforms. Boo hoo). Compared to naval or air forces, most land units are fairly cheap per-brigade, and they do not take as long to build as ships or aircraft. This is a hugely powerful ability which makes them worth including basically on their own. Bolter Discipline makes Space Marine units better at shooting with their iconic weapons; Shock Assault completes the other half of the Space Marine puzzle, allowing them to get into the kind of close-range firefights followed up by melee charges that you would expect from the fluff. Everything else in the Space Marines codex got a big version, so why not Dreadnoughts? Instead we are going to do a series of our own supplement articles to match the various books, which will form a companion to this piece. These have surprisingly grotesque output, but they are not cheap at 85pts per (and 120 for the laser or graviton), and are both non-CORE and extremely fragile at T5 W5 3+ save. This is the rare example of a relic gun which might actually be worthwhile – though probably still not. A few of them have survived, either wholly or in name only, but a huge swathe of these are completely new to the 9th edition codex. However, this one is genuinely good, for a couple of reasons. They’ve also gained thanks to a couple of factors external to them, primarily that Scout Squads are no longer Troops. Tap the icon to get key information about the new enemy, which may include its strengths or weaknesses, attack style etc. A couple of units of Infiltrators can completely stonewall armies like Genestealer Cults or Orks which want to deploy, or redeploy, in your face and charge you. This fucking guy. There are various ways to earn credits. All Dreadnoughts (except the Leviathan and Deredeo) are also CORE, which is a great benefit to them. Bolter Inceptors have been rather left in the dust by all this – they’re ten points cheaper each which, you know, cool, but because of the blast on the plasma build they’re significantly worse against almost any type of target, and should only really be considered if you’re planning some sort of bolt weapon synergy. Invest credits on Replicant Mines and Etherium Surge as they can be very useful in your mission, plus they cost only 60-75 credits. The Terminator loses an inch of movement but gains +1W and a 2+ save. Continuing on a theme from the previous book, in addition to the tactics for the 13 main Marine factions described above, Games Workshop took a page out of its 4th edition playbook and released an updated system for making your own custom rules for Successor Chapters. Ultramarines Repulsor. You should absolutely pay for the auto-launchers and the others are kind of whatever. A neat little unit with a limited but important role. There’s two key buffs to these in this codex – the first is the Chapter Ancient options, which can give them an aura of Objective Secured, and for the regular Marine version only there’s also the “Command Squad” rule which lets you take one without filling up an Elites slot if you have a unit of Company Veterans in your army first. Sternguard can take a whole pile of guns – any Sternguard can take a combi-weapon, up to 2 can take heavy flamers or “true” special weapons (but why would you now that combis cost the same and are straight better) or heavy weapons, and the Sergeant can take Sergeant weapons. Obscuration is the Phobos discipline, and is filled with utility powers that are often interesting but also often quite mediocre. This is an enormously powerful capability to have, especially with the number of powerful, elite infantry a Space Marines army puts on the table. Doesn’t quite get there, but if you have one you can have fun with it. They can also swap this for 2 lascannons, swap the HB for a multi-melta, and take up to 2 hunter-killer missiles as well. Back-line objective holding squads can now put out significant amounts of firepower if they stay still. You can take them in cheap sets of 2 for “stand about on points” duty or “flank in and deploy a scrambler” duty or “just kind of get in the way” duty. Stratagems now have categories, too, which don’t seem to actually do much right now, though Commander Dante in the Blood Angels index can use an Epic Deed for free if he wants to and presumably more of that kind of thing will be rolling out. This is a very appealing combination, and it hits the sweet spot of being able to flex to killing tanks or elite infantry just as effectively, something you really want from your heavier firepower in 9th. Overall they look pretty good on paper, so why aren’t they seeing much play? The Crimson Fists tactic has always been a bit more dubious than others because it’s so conditional on what your opponent’s army is like – if you turn up and play a bunch of MSU you get very little out of the first half – and this version now only applies to ranged attacks instead of melee as well like it did in 8th, which is an odd choice. It's full of variety, lovingly crafted, and imminently replayable. It is very Games Workshop to have a core unit just not be available to buy because some marketing genius decided they were going to use it to promote a Kill Team box in March or something equally ridiculous. These make them far more capable of dealing out real damage in both shooting and melee, and tougher to take off the board a well. Win or lose a mission, you will receive credits. You don’t want to end up losing every mission, so choose your difficulty mode wisely. The Reiver LT is fairly mediocre in a fight and his gun is merely ok – the reason he stands out is that he shares both the REIVER and SHOCK GRENADE keywords with the Reiver unit, and therefore can access two stratagems that use those. Imperial Fists Astraeus Super-heavy Tank. Use Techpoints to Enhance Advance Technology, 10. These haven’t quite fallen all the way to being a bad unit, and something that 9th encourages is having access to small units that can sit safely in range of a home objective and rack up primary points/secure a quarter/perform Actions. While previously these had more of anti-ground role with the Strafing Run rule, the 9th edition codex has taken that away, leaving a flyer that much like the Stormhawk is a little too fragile and a little too under-gunned. However, a fog of war covers the map. One very neat trick on Infiltrators now is the helix adept, which used to be like a sort of rubbish Apothecary and now has the far more powerful ability to count the first failed save per turn as damage 0. The storm cannon isn’t the only thing to get changes – the cyclonic melta lance has the new +2 damage at half range rule (though a fairly short range of 18″), while the grav-flux bombard becomes far more ordinary and is now 24″ range, but Heavy 2D3 and Blast along with being flat damage 2 or damage 3 against models with a 3+ armour. For some reason it took a huge points hike in Chapter Approved 2020 before becoming a bit more normal in the new Imperial Armour, and at its new points it feels at least ok though it is no longer BS2+ and can’t access re-rolls except in Iron Hands, where you can use March of the Ancients to make it a character and then utilise Chapter Master on it. +1 to wound is a reasonably rare effect which can make a big difference in allowing a unit to punch above its weight class, and it also, importantly, is very helpful for Marine vs Marine mirror matches where your guys are just better at wounding in melee than your opponent. The main difference now is offensive – Intercessors can’t take special or heavy weapons with the solitary exception of the auxiliary grenade launcher, but their three types of bolt rifle are all better guns than the ordinary bolter. What if you took a Land Raider, strapped grav-plates on it, and also every gun you could find in your armoury? ... best. Just keep exploring the planet until you stumble upon a tiny holographic image of a marine. Note that in the list below we are usually going to skip the ‘ADEPTUS ASTARTES’ keyword unless it’s the only one the stratagem targets or it’s otherwise important. At 235pts they’re actually kind of ok for their output, though they’re pretty flimsy and will cost you a CP on top. Credit: Jack Hunter. The Achilles gets a Thunderfire cannon mounted in its hull which can also shoot a 4 shot missile launcher, and volkite culverins with a grotesque 16 shots at S6 (though no AP) which can be swappped for twin multi-meltas. Pure upside in the change to 9th here for Deathwatch, as they gain a new ability (the rerolls to hit), and get a better version of the old one – you are no longer stuck with having some battlefield roles just not included in the list and unable to be chosen. Like the Ancient, you can take a slotless one as long as you have a squad of Company Veterans in the army too. Since humans live on land, all wars must ultimately concern themselves with land matters. Transporting 12 models, you can bring in a full 10 man squad with character support, all while having tons of firepower – for a mere 180 points (or 190 with the even better Volkite side-weapons). The Forge World version that mounts a laser volley cannon instead of the demolisher has some hellacious shooting output, with either a volley fire mode at Heavy 3 S9 AP-3 Dd3+3, or the overcharge fire mode which upguns that to S10 AP-4 D6, but can do mortal wounds to your vehicle if it moved. This makes them the cheapest Troops choice available to a Space Marines army, which has a value all of its own, and therefore they’re no longer competing with a unit which was simultaneously cheaper and more flexible for the “just throw these guys in to meet detachment requirements” position. Crimson Fists Centurion Devastators. Lastly, and probably the best of the bunch, we have the Hammerstrike. If you feel one of the skills need more points or have mistakenly assigned extra points to a single skill, then you can press the undo button, which is located just next to the “OK” button and everything will be reset. While you do theoretically have the alternative of buying them some special weapons, at that point you likely push their cost up to where you may as well take Attack Bikes. This is truer than ever in 9th. There are some significant restrictions on these – you can only take one of your secondaries from these, and every model in your army must be ADEPTUS ASTARTES (excluding UNALIGNED or AGENT OF THE IMPERIUM), and just to cover the edge case your Warlord must also be ADEPTUS ASTARTES. You can also give him the Acquittal relic bolt pistol, which has a decent profile at strength 5, AP-3, damage 2. Stormhawks saw some significant changes in 9th edition. No. Marines have a lot of good Elites choices now, so having slotless things is great. While the main gun remained essentially the same, both types of sponsons got a shakeup. There are a few restrictions on which Chapters can take which units. They are routinely putting up good tournament results in a wide variety of different builds. In the last year or so of 8th edition, Marines were very strong, particularly when using the Iron Hands and Raven Guard Chapter rules. This guy can also be Wolf Guard if he wants to be. Most prominent of these are drop podding multi-melta Devastators, which are good kind of anywhere but especially in chapters that can count them as stationary, and continued showings for grav cannon Devs in Ultramarines (where the Seal of Oath makes them terrors) and White Scars, where Hunters Fusillade combines with their boosted range to make them very hard to avoid and essentially just a cost effective line unit. A very cool recent development is White Scars Company Veterans with storm shields and lightning claws, which are cheap and incredibly deadly for their cost. Credit: Corrode. Probably sensibly, the 9th Edition codex sees the regular flavour of Repulsor move to Heavy Support from Dedicated Transport, in recognition of the fact that it has way, way too many guns to sit anywhere else. Dropping them into White Scars where they can outflank and charge and basically treating them as a handy melee unit that happens to have ok anti-infantry shooting is probably the way forward. Earlier this week, I posted some pretty exhaustive first impressions of Iron Marines , and consider this review a continuation of that article. While they don’t see tonnes of play, their guns going to three shots in exchange for losing a point of AP is definitely a net positive and some people have made effective use of them in 9th, mostly Ultramarine players, where Guilliman’s aura/the Seal of Oath/the Doctrine mitigates their main downside, which is that they take the Heavy penalty on the move. A Chief Librarian knows a third power (from their chosen discipline, no mix-and-matching), and can deny a second. Credit: Corrode. Siege Masters: Imperial Fists ignore Light Cover with ranged attacks, and on an unmodified 6 to hit with a bolt weapon they get 1 additional hit. If you want to start over and allocate points to some other tech, just tap the green reset button. The Etherium Surge adds extra 50 etherwatts instantly (etherwatts are your main resources that will let you deploy troops. The Proteus’s ability to strap the no Deep Strike aura to such a huge hull is also quite a thing if we ever end up back in a metagame ruled by Deep Strike. Chapter Command represents the top-ranking officers in the Space Marine army, the highest respective person in their role, such as the Chapter Master or Chief Apothecary. A tactic that seems to get worse with every iteration. While that’s certainly still valid – especially with the defensive power of Psychic Fortress – there is the Abhor the Witch secondary to consider, where against psychic-heavy armies you can easily pick up points as long as you don’t have any psykers of your own. Space Marines have altogether too many datasheets. An extremely odd unit that still doesn’t have a separate kit, Suppressors are in a weird spot but do have their uses, and the big improvement to Plasma Inceptors has definitely forced them to carve out their own niche. If you have mistakenly deployed anti-air mechas when there are more ground units attacking your base/squads, just tap it and switch to “Flamewalker”. This is a huge mobility boost for them, letting them zip about the table to where the action is. Credit: Corrode. That’s nearly as many units as are in the entire Harlequins codex. His base upgrade allows him to use his Combat Restoratives healing ability twice instead of once, though on different units. The incendium cannon is 12″ Heavy 2D6 S5 AP-1 D1 and auto-hits, the autocannon is 48″ Heavy 6 S7 AP-1 D2. For a more division-oriented view, see division building. It’s a lot of stuff on a single guy, and Primarisising him up to W5 A4 makes him a surprisingly decent combatant, as does having BS2+ with a couple of reasonable guns. Credit: Artum. Similar to Psychic powers, there are two warlord trait lists – one for regular characters and one restricted to anyone in PHOBOS armour because being tacticool makes you better (?). They receive +30.0% attack in marshes, +40.0% attack when fighting over rivers, and +50.0% attack when engaging enemies during amphibious landings. At time of writing the codex has been out for about two months, and as yet these have neither come out nor even have a definite release date. The Martial Exemplar Warlord trait affects CORE and CHARACTER units within 6″, allowing them to re-roll charges, and the Blade of Triumph relic is S+3 AP-3 damage 3. a Tactical Squad which contains 10 models, and no fewer) can choose to split into two units containing as equal a number of models as possible. Additionally, on an unmodified wound roll of a 6, melee attacks gain an extra point of AP which explicitly stacks with the Assault Doctrine bonus. The fragstorm is 18″ Assault D6 and is also basically a boltgun. Iron Marines is a real-time strategy game developed by Ironhide Studios. The old Cataphractii and Tartaros Terminator datasheets have now been squashed down into a singular Relic Terminators datasheet. Defensively, it has Toughness 8, 14 wounds, and a 3+ save. Infiltrators came into being with the Shadowspear boxed set released in March 2019. This article covers Space Marine units. Space Marine units are among the most powerful and balanced in the game, compensated for with their relative cost and low numbers. Also a Chapter Master has an exemption that lets you take him and a Captain, so you can have your SLAM MASTER cake and eat your captain aura too. You can try this strategy on your mechas. You are going to have to think, practice and plan in advance or else you will not succeed. Primaris LT with power sword. Librarians are hugely versatile. The premier Space Marine bumper car, the Impulsor is faster than a Rhino, tougher than a Rhino, has more firepower than a Rhino, and can transport Primaris Marines. Both effects are worth the reasonably cheap cost of the upgrade. But at least you can take this iconic unit without feeling like a god damn idiot for including them. The big thing they have going for them is that they are essentially a light vehicle but remain a BIKER keyword-wise, allowing them to be revived by Apothecaries and avoid giving up Bring it Down points. These are very much Fine, and potentially scary in Blood Angels (where +1 to wound makes them a lot more vicious) and White Scars (where Assault Doctrine can make them AP-2 D2, which starts to scar even heavyweight units). Equip only those Power-Ups that can be Useful in Battle, 9. That’s about it – these are Intercessors without the gun but with more punch. So for +15 pts, you’re essentially getting both of the former Faith & Fury Warlord Traits with the option of a new-and-improved Selfless Healer, which makes him heal a flat 3 wounds instead of d3 on both of his targets, and also lets him use the new Combat Revival stratagem for free, letting him revive a dead model at full wounds without having to spend your precious CP. It’s a slightly odd placement for them (they’re trainees – why are they “Elites”) but whatever. Unlike many other abilities this isn’t limited to CORE, so it’s a great way to buff the effectiveness of your non-CORE vehicles and gives the Techmarine a unique role here – although of course he can still do it to Dreadnoughts, who are probably better picks a lot of the time. The gauntlets also function in melee as power fists. You might also have them bailing out of a Termite drill and popping meltas into something. Additionally, they’re a little more defensively tough than you expect, as they have the Smokescreen keyword which allows them to be -1 to hit for 1CP, key for keeping them alive in the early going. You almost certainly want a Techmarine following them around as well to boost up their hit rolls, which does stack the price even higher, and they’re definitely on the overcosted side (honestly most non-Dreadnought Marine vehicles currently are), meaning they aren’t operating as competitive superstars, but they’re also not quite awful either, and the new Techmarine ability does add value to putting a whole bunch of guns on a single chassis. He loses The Sacrosanct Rosarius and Bellowing Firebrand abilities (points to anyone who could tell you what those did to begin with) but The Emperor’s Judgment Relic returns with a minor tweak.You’re still never going to take it, Benediction of Fury is right there. If you think you’re going to be trading objectives a lot then it’s possibly an ok pick, though it’s in the same category as Linebreaker and Engage on All Fronts which are both easier picks most of the time. You can also go deeper on them – they can come in squads of up to 5 and take basically any gun or melee weapon you want them to, as well as being able to take storm shields. Unlike Intercessors they can also take really meaty heavy weapons – 1 in every 5 (in a max unit size of 10) can take a heavy bolter equivalent appropriate to their gun, either a regular heavy bolter for heavy bolt rifles, a hellstorm heavy bolter for hellstorm bolt rifles (the auto bolter equivalent), or an executor heavy bolter for the executor bolt rifle (the stalker equivalent). Just tap a tech and then tap the check icon to confirm upgrade. On the other hand, the more types of units you … The Phobos Librarians not only have the ability to infiltrate, they also have their own dedicated psychic lore. The Land Raider can carry 10 models (with Terminators counting double), the Redeemer 12 and the Crusader 16, with the latter two also having access to the Assault Launchers strat. Blood Angels Bladeguard Veterans. Do they really live up to the fluff while boltguns are still kind of peashooters? Make sure you reach a skill milestone (denoted by a silver and golden medal) to unlock extra abilities. the Iron Marines guide for Heroes and Skills written and maintained by the players. They all return here, plus there’s a new section for Chapter Masters to come into their own, with some light restrictions –  Deathwatch can’t take Chapter Masters and Blood Angels can’t take Chapter Ancients, since those already exist in different forms in their individual supplements. Losing the hit/wound boost is a bit less relevant as the mortal from the mortis round now only procs on unmodified 6s anyway, but it reduces your options and stops (for example) taking a sergeant with the carbine and two fusils being worth a look. This is a fantastic change – one of the lowlights of 8th was the increasingly messy situation of the different Chapter rules diverging as new releases for Codex: Space Marines had to fit into the various other chapters, and having them all share a common core solves that problem immediately. Finally there’s the stalker bolt rifle, which is Heavy 1, S4, AP-2, D2. A semi-new arrival, these replace the old stratagem from Vigilus with a datasheet version that sits in Elites. Iron Marines Emeny Unit Intel ... has IMMENSE amounts of health: the most out of any normal enemy in Iron Marines. When a mission starts, you can deploy one unit, be it a team of snipers or grunts or a mecha, provided you have adequate resources (“etherwatts”). With 18 wounds it’s a little harder to take off the board than you might expect, and it has a hell of a lot of Gun – if you want to get this down from the shelf again you might be pleasantly surprised. AP0 becomes AP-1, AP-1 becomes AP-2, etc.). As ever, this strategy article is fixed in a specific time and place, and may be subject to change as the meta continues to evolve and new releases bring different armies up and down in power and relevance. Your capacity to miss kills with the right weapon type is just too great for this to be any good, especially with the timing restriction in place as well. Rules for these were first introduced in Faith and Fury for 8th, but they’ve been changed significantly here from that first iteration. A staple of Marine armies for ages, the Razorback still has a place toting around a couple heavy weapons. a damage 3 sniper rifle! It's full of variety, lovingly crafted, and imminently replayable. That said, they’re cheaper than Infiltrators and can still infiltrate aggressively forwards. It’s worth noting the new Martial Legacy rule here, which makes “Relic” units cost you 1 CP for each one you take – a meaningful sacrifice to take a single unit. The auto bolt rifle lacks the AP, but has 3 shots at 24” range – more than a Tactical Marine can ever fire, and therefore a straight improvement on the boltgun, and is also Assault so you can advance and still shoot it. No Matter the Odds: Crimson Fists units get +1 to hit against units that have 5 more models than their unit at the time they are chosen to shoot, and like their bigger brothers in the Imperial Fists, on an unmodified 6 to hit with a bolt weapon they get 1 additional hit. Claws aren’t the only way to go, though – we’ve also seen them taken with power fists, sometimes still with thunder hammers, or even with a relic blade on the Sergeant. They’re not horrible, and we’ve seen one or two lists using them, but they’re a bit of a far cry from what they were. You could plausibly field one of these to sit on a home objective and snipe away at the enemy, but you ideally want something just a bit less fragile in the role, at least at the 175pt price tag this sports. top new controversial old random q&a live (beta) Want to add to the discussion? You can also get credits by watching a 30-sec video. A single mine can produce up to 4 more mines of the same type, so make sure you place such mines at strategic points. You can also upgrade a technology that you have unlocked recently. The redheaded step-child of Space Marine units, they just don’t offer enough of anything to be worth consideration, and the things that might have made them worth at least a second look in 9th ed are now more capably done by the Reiver LT. Aggressors are the original Gravis unit, the equivalent of a Priamris Terminator. Towering over the Firstborn guys, there’s the Primaris Captains. Melta bombs changing from an optional piece of bad wargear to a pretty good stratagem based off the MELTA BOMBS keyword (which they have!) Simply tap your grunts and select snipers. For a big block of Intercessors putting out 40 bolt rifle or 60 auto bolter shots is great horde-clearing capacity, especially if under the effect of a Chapter Master buff or similar. Select the Right Difficulty Mode Based on Your Play Style, 7. It took something like 8 editions but Chaplains are finally useful utility characters! It does need to operate much closer in than the Thunderstrike however, and could end up being a bit flimsy for this kind of engagement. Angels of Death is a four-in-one special rule common to all Space Marine units. There are very few 40k players who have never painted a Space Marine, and they remain the best-selling and most popular faction by a long way. As time went on Rapid Fire became the weapon type we know and love, and Marines, and their iconic boltguns, began to seem less and less effective. The venerable Tactical Squad has been around since the very first iteration of Space Marines, and for years they’ve been just kind of there. All Contemptors dropped to BS and WS 3+ and lost a wound compared to 8th edition (or went all the way down to 9 wounds from 12, for the relic), which is less of a nerf than it initially sounds – it also takes them out of the range of units which degrade, so they no longer lose effectiveness as they take damage. They also carry heavy bolt pistols, and the sergeant can if he wishes take a neo-volkite pistol too. Xenos Hunters: Models with this tactic get re-roll 1s to hit in melee against TYRANIDS, AELDARI, ORK, NECRONS, or T’AU EMPIRE units. 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