Is Everything ’40k Approved’ Now?


Forge World seems to think so, and here’s what they have to say about it.

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A curious thing happened when Forge World released the new Seige of Vraks’ Imperial Armor book. There were no ’40k Approved Stamps’ to be found anywhere in there. Which seems to mean that it’s all technically legal for play in games of Warhammer 40,000.

But just to be sure, a Spikey Bits reader went to the source to find out the answers for sure, and they just may surprise you.

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I think that ‘fist’ is a typo and should be ‘first’, but regardless a very interesting stance by Forge World.

Four Codex books in four months seems to indicate a reasonable expectation on Games Workshop’s part for us to play with everything in our games in the first place.

The big question really turn out to be, what will happen to the competitive or even casual games if we continue to pick and choose what we allow in our games?

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