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GW: Advent Day 19 Urban Basing & Dan Abnett Story

By Larry Vela | December 19th, 2015 | Categories: Age of Sigmar, Games Workshop, Warhammer 40k

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Give your army some urban warzone style and warm up with a tale of intrigue by Dan Abnett.

GW Advent Calendar – DECEMBER 19

The theme for this year’s advent calendar is Chaos (appropriate considering Archaon’s return), so expect plenty of Chaos Lords, Chaos Space Marines and Daemons committing dastardly deeds and concocting nefarious plans.”

Warhammer TV

WHTV Ork Checks and Dags – Advent Calendar Day 19

A great way to make your collection stand out is to theme your army with awesome bases. In this video Duncan demonstrates a great way to create an Urban base.

Black Library

Advent Calendar Webpage

 

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Advent Day 19: Midnight Rotation $1.99

THE STORY

It started as just another midnight rotation for Cawkus, trooper, second class of the 50th Urdesh Regular, guarding Munitorum supplies at Depot 686 during a months-long siege. Retrace his footsteps as he recounts the events of that fateful night and uncovers a conspiracy that could strike at the heart of the city.

Written by Dan Abnett

READ IT BECAUSE

It’s a sneaky little story set in the build-up to one of the pivotal battles of the Sabbat Worlds Crusade, and shows the insidious nature of the servants of Chaos, and the danger they pose to the unity of the Imperial forces.

 

BLPROCESSED-Battleplan Rewards of Chaos tablet CoverAdvent Day 19: Battleplan – Rewards of Chaos $4.99

DESCRIPTION

Altars dedicated to the different aspects of the Chaos gods have been built all across the mortal realms. These altars can endow petitioners with supernatural rewards if their patron god feels so inclined – or painful punishments if they do not! Sometimes altars lie in close proximity to each other, and when this happens they act as a focal point for battles between followers of the different gods. Rival warbands will fight until only one side is left standing, the winner receiving great favour from their patron god.This battleplan is based upon just such a conflict.

READ IT BECAUSE

Four altars dominating the battlefield, each providing great power to those brave enough to harness it… at some substantial risk, of course. With different rewards for your general and any priests or wizards who try to use the power of the altars, and each god offering a different prize, there’s enough variety here to ensure that no two games are ever going to be the same.

Hmmm, now what army would look the best with urban warzone basing…

About the Author: Larry Vela

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