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Rogue Trader WD Index

Artikel vom 17.08.2011 aus Rogue Trader.

Index aller White Dwarf Artikel (englisch) die sich mit der 1.Edition befassen.
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Issue Article
WD 93 Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader Edition Preview
WD 94 Marginalia: Warhammer 40,000 - Rogue Trader Review
Skirmish on Rynn's World: The Battle of Jadeberry Hill - Scenario with Crimson Fists Space Marines vs. Orks
WD 95 'Eavy Metal: Modelling 40K Vehicles (w/ Profile Stats)
  • The Grav-Attack Vehicle
  • The Ground-Hog
WD 96 Chapter Approved
  • Mechanicus Armouries MK14 Jet-Cycle 'Bullock'
  • The Raven Wing: Dark Angels 7th Company of MK-14 Riders
  • Psykers are Dangerous: Rulebook errata for Level 2 Telepathy and Teleport
WD 97 Index Astartes: Ultramarines
Chapter Approved
  • The March of Time: Imperial Dating System
  • Shuriken Pistol
  • Mopping Up: Rulebook errata
    • pg. 70 - Bolt Gun and Bow profiles transposed
    • pp. 79/80 - Power Glove and Power Swords - profiles transposed
    • Summary Sheet - Multi-Melta incorrect, refer to pg. 86 for correct profile
WD 98 Chapter Approved: The Origins of the Legiones Astartes
Ork Battle Buggy: Ad with stats
Index Astartes: The Mentor Legion
WD 99 Cruisin' for a Bruisin': Ork War Buggy
Index Astartes: Legion of the Damned
Chapter Approved
  • Rules
    • Revised Area Fire Procedure
    • Vital Hits
    • Developing Psi-Powers
  • New Units
    • Tarantula (mobile weapon system)
    • Mole Mortar
    • Land Speeder
    • Ambull
    • Vincent Black Shadow Bike with Side-car Combination
WD 100 WH40K Hardware: Imperial Rapier Gun-Carrier with Multi-Laser
WH40K Hardware: Eldar Distortion Cannon on Anti-Grav Platform
Chapter Approved: Dreadnoughts
  • Background
  • Rules
  • Imperial Dreadnoughts
    • Contemptor Class Close Assault Dreadnought ("Chuck")
    • Deredeo Class Attack Support Dreadnought ("Eddy")
    • Furibundus Class Destroyer Dreadnought ("Fury")
  • Eldar Dreadnoughts
    • War-Demon Eldar Assault Dreadnought
    • War-Cry Eldar Assault Dreadnought
    • Banshee Eldar Support Dreadnought
  • Ork Dreadnoughts
    • Space Ork Super-attack Onslaughter Dreadnought
    • Space Ork Killer Dreadnought
  • Uniform Patterns and Uniform Identification Pennants and Badges
WD 101 Chapter Approved
  • Eldar
    • The Infinity Circuit
    • The Spirit-Warriors
    • Eldar Ghost-Warriors
  • Imperial
    • Thudd Gun
    • Land Speeder Army Variant
Index Astartes: From The Imperial History Archive - The Badab War: The uniforms and history of the Badab Uprising
WD 102 Chapter Approved: Eldar War Walker
Index Astartes: Medics
WD 103 Chapter Approved: Vehicles
Rampaging Rhinos: Armoured Assault Vehicle - History and Paint Schemes
WD 104 40K-Kickstart: Bikes
Chapter Approved: Imperial Robots
  • Robots of the Imperium
    • Crusader
    • Colossus
    • Cataphract
    • Castellan
    • Conqueror
  • Robot Classes and Livery
WD 105 Chapter Approved: Land Raider
Index Astartes: Codex Imperialis - Space Marines Army List
Harlequins
WD 106 Harlequins Army List
Eldar Jet Bike: Stats
Chapter Approved: Craters
WD 107 Eldar Harlequin Jet Bike: Stats and Background
Realm of Chaos - The Lost and The Damned: Chaos Renegade (Renegades) Army List
WD 108 Survival of the Fittest: Campaign Games
  • Casualties
  • Pillaging
  • Rewards for Survivors
  • Organising Survivors and Warband Units
  • Models and Conversions
Chaplains and Commissars
WD 109 Terminator Squads (Also see WD 112)
The Imperial Guard
WD 110 Ogryns
WD 111 Rough Riders and Whiteshields
Squats
WD 112 Terminator: Space Marine Tactical Dreadnought Armour - Background and Rules for Terminator Squad (Also see WD 109)
Ork Wartrak and Field Gun: Mobile Artillery
Vulture Warriors from Dimension X Meet Plenty of Cheerful Orks with Plasma Cannon: Paranoia Troubleshooters land in WH40K via Transdimensional Collapsitron from Orcbusters
Predator: Imperial Assault Tank - Rhino APC Variant
WD 113 Volskheim Brotherhood: Squat Background
Realm of Chaos - The Lost and The Damned: Narrative Campaigns
The Pacification of Flotis III: D Company of 7th Mordion Imperial Guard Regiment
Sentinel: Imperial Guard Walker
WD 114

Grey Knight Terminator Squads: Space Marine Chapter 666

  • Chamber Militant of Ordo Malleus, Daemon Hunters of the Inquisition
Cyclone: Terminator Missile Launcher
Genestealers: Part 1 (Part 2 in WD 115)
WD 115 Commissar Training Squads
Genestealers: Part 2 w/ Genestealer Invasion Force Army List (Part 1 in WD 114)
WD 116 Thunder and Lightning: Terminator Close Assault Weapons
Traitor Terminators: Realm of Chaos Army List Addition
Genestealers: Part 3 Genestealer Cult Army List (Part 1 in WD 114, Part 2 in WD 115)
  • Genestealer Clans
    • The Genstealer Brood
  • Genestealer Cults
    • Genestealers and Chaos
    • cult Organisation
    • The Cult Within Society
  • Genestealer Cult Army
    • Organisation
    • Specific Orders
    • Genestealer Cult's Home World
    • Coven Transport
  • Genestealer Cult Army List
  • 'Eavy Metal: Genestealer Cult Army
WD 117 Wartrack Scorcher: Rules
Whirlwind: Rhino Variant
WD 118 The Ork Race: Origins
Warbike: Ork Attack Bike Rules
Vindicator: Rhino Variant
WD 119 Spartan: Land Raider Variant for Terminator Transport
  • Rules
  • Modelling Workshop
WD 120 The Sabre: Tank Hunter Rhino Variant
  • Rules
  • Modelling Workshop
  • Scout Titans - Conversions
WD 121 Waaargh Orks: Preview
WD 122 Ork Back Banners
Battle Lines: Infantry Tactics
WD 123

Ork Army List: `Ere We Go! Preview

  • Social Organisation
  • The Ork Warband
  • The Warboss
  • Warboss's Retinue
  • Boss Nobz Mob
  • Big Mob
  • Oddboyz
    • Mekaniaks
    • Painboyz
    • Weirdboyz
    • Runtherdz
  • Mobz
    • Boyz Mob
    • Nobz Mob
    • Stormboyz Korps
    • Mad Mob
    • Wild Mob
    • Gretchin Mob
  • Freebooters Mobz
    • Freebooters Mob
    • Human Mercenaries
    • Ogryn Mob
  • Oddbitz
  • Ork Equipment Charts
WD 124 `Ere We Go! Preview
  • Ork Vehicles and Artillery
  • Weirdboyz
WD 126 Madboyz: `Ere We Go! Preview
WD 127 Eldar
  • Background
  • The Eldar Path: Troop Types
  • The Eldar Army List
  • Aspect Warriors Colour Schemes
WD 128 Warhammer 40,000 Vehicles: Rules Part 1 (Part 2 in WD 129, also see WD 149)
  • Rules
    • Movement
    • Armament
    • Damage
  • Vehicles
    • Ork Battle Wagon
    • Rhino
    • Predator
    • Battlewagon Blitzkanon
WD 129 Space Marine Armor: Background
  • Mark 1-7
  • Chapter Variants
  • Toughness Increase
  • Tactical Squad Colour Schemes
  • 'Eavy Metal: Tactical Marines
    • Marines of the First Company
    • Ultramarines
    • Blood Angels
    • Dark Angels
Warhammer 40,000 Vehicles: Rules Part 2 (Part 1 in WD 128, also see WD 149)
  • Imperial Land Speeder
  • Sentinel
  • Land Raider
  • Ork Wartrak
Painboyz: Ork Background and Rules
  • Painboyz in Battle
  • Orderlies
  • Casualty Recovery
  • Bionik Bitz
    • Kustom Hand Replacements
    • Kustom Arm Replacements
    • Kustom Leg Replacements
    • Rebuilt Cranium
    • Doc's Surprise
WD 131

Modelling Workshop: Ork Battlewagon Conversion - Gobsmasha

  • Rules and Data Sheet
WD 132

Modelling Workshop: Baneblade

  • WH40K 1st Rules and Data Sheet
  • Baneblade Damage Effect Charts
WD 133 Ork Mekaniaks
  • Malfunction Cards
  • Repair Cards
  • Orky Events Cards

Shokk Attack Gun: Ork Weapon

  • Snotling Attack!
  • The Shokk Attack Gun in Battle
  • Ranging Shots
  • Surviving Snotlings: Warp-Crazed Snotlings
  • Squigs and Snotlings: Herd Squigs
  • Shokk Attack Gun: Rules and Effect Charts
    • Vehicles
    • Dreadnoughts and Terminators
    • Enemy Troops
  • Miss!
  • 'Eavy Metal: Ork Shokk Attack Gun

Ork Warbike

  • Data Record Sheet
  • Rules

GW Mail Order: Ork Warbands Deals with ~1000 pt. WH40K 1st Army Lists

  • Waa-Grimbad: Goff Warband
  • Waa-Sangwort: Snake-Bites Warband
  • Waa-Wazrokk: Evil Sunz Warband
  • Waa-Nazgrim: Death Skulls Warband
  • Waa-Skumgrod: Blood-Axe Warband
  • Waa-Uzgrub: Bad Moons Warband
WD 134

Waa Ghazghkull Tarknash: Sample 2000 pt. Goff Ork Warband

  • Warboss Ghazghkull
  • The Warboss and Retinue
    • Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka
    • Retinue Nobz
    • Retinue Oddboyz
  • Da Bigmob
    • Furst Mob - Nazgut's Mob
    • Secund Mob - Nafrot's Mob
    • Thurd Mob - Narbog's Mob
  • Da Nobz Mob
  • Bad Moon Mob - Morbog's Mob
  • Evil Sunz Mob - Grog's Mob
  • Freebooterz Mob
  • Runtz
  • Oddbitz
  • Ghazghkull's Goff Warband: Color Schemes and Banners
WD 135 Freebooterz: Sample Ork Army Lists
  • Freebooterz for Hire
    • Freebooter Pirates
    • Stormboyz of Khorne
    • Outcast Oddboyz
    • Renegade Mekaniaks
    • Renegade Runtherdz
    • Bad Docs
    • Flash Gitz
    • Gretchin Bandits
    • Outcast Retinue
    • Renegade Speed Freeks
    • Wildboy Outlaws
    • Bad Ork Bikeboyz
    • Weirdboy Warpheadz + Madboyz
    • Dreadmob
    • Freebooter Minderz
    • Ork Chaos Renegade and Retinue
    • Ork Mutants
    • Possessed Warphead
    • Ork-Genestealer Brood
    • Human Mercenaries
  • Bad Docs Army List
  • Flash Gitz Army List
  • Ork Genestealer Hybrids List
Modelling Guide: Miniature Conversions
  • Ork-Genestealer Hybrids: Zodgog's Brood
    • WH40K 1st Ork Army List
  • Kaptin Badrukk's Flash Gitz
    • WH40K 1st Ork Army List
    • Painting the Flash Bitz

Kustom Weapons: Ork Mekboy Creations

  • Kombi Weapon
  • Kustom Specials
  • Snazzy Bitz
  • Side Effects of Kustomizin'
Vehicle Point Values: Revised Chart
Vehicle Data Records
  • Imperial Jet Bike
  • Eldar Jet Bike
WD 136 Freebooterz: Preview - Ork Mercs
  • Freebooterz Mob for hire
  • Bad Ork Bikeboyz
  • Outcast Oddboyz
  • Renegade Speed Freeks
  • Khorne's Stormboyz
  • 'Eavy Metal: Ork Stormboyz
    • Stormboyz
    • Khorne's Stormboyz
  • Renegade Runtmaster
  • Renegade Mekboyz
  • Gretchin Bandits
  • Weirdboy Warpheadz
Modelling Workshop: Ork Gobsmasha
  • Gobsmasha Data Sheet
WD 138 Alaitoc Craftworld Eldar Army
  • Introduction
  • Army List
  • Painting The Alaitoc Craftworld Army
    • Alaitoc Guardian Squads
      • Basic Uniform Colours
      • Adding More Detail
    • Support Teams
    • Aspect Warrior Squads
      • Painting the Aspect Warriors
    • Character Models
      • Fire Dragon Exarch
      • Howling Banshee Exarch
      • Dark Reaper Exarch
      • Warlock
      • Farseer
    • Banners
WD 139 Blood Angels Space Marine Army
  • Introduction
  • Army List
  • Painting The Blood Angels 3rd Company
    • Assembly and Undercoating
    • Basic Colour Scheme
    • Washes and Highlights
    • Bases
    • Transfers
    • Banners
    • Tactical Squads
    • Devastator Squad
    • Terminator Squad
    • Captain Tycho
    • Techmarine and Thudd Gun
    • Rhino
WD 141 (Eldar) Alaitoc Craftworld vs. The Blood Angels: Battle Report
WD 144 Noise Marines: Chaos Marines of Slaanesh
WD 145 Tyranids
  • Background
    • The Tyranid Hive Mind
    • The Shadow in the Warp
    • The Advance of the Tyranids
  • Tyranids in Warhammer 40,000
    • The Tyranid Hive Mind in Warhammer 40,000 Games
    • Losing Contact with the Hive Mind
    • The Tyranid Army Cards
      • Hunter-Slayer (Termagant) Squads
      • Tyranid Battle Squads
      • Purestrain Genestealer Bands
      • Zoats
      • Genestealer Patriarch
      • Genestealer Magus
      • Genestealer Hybrids
      • Bands of Brood Brothers
      • Squig Swarm
      • Screamer-Killer (Carnifex)
      • Mind Slave Squad
WD 146

Dreadnoughts! (Uses Vehicle Rules from WD 128 and WD 129, also see Khorne Dreadnoughts in WD 153)

  • Vehicles
    • Dreadnought Datafax
    • Moving Dreadnoughts
    • Out of Control
    • Crashes and Collisions
  • Shooting
    • Shooting at Dreadnoughts
    • Procedure To Hit
    • Hits and Misses
    • Side and Rear Shots
    • Target Shift
    • Area Weapons
    • Linked Weapons and Sustained Fire
    • Armour Penetration
    • Damage
    • Hand-to-Hand Combat
    • Special Hand-to-Hand Attacks
      • Pound
      • Tear
      • Crush
  • Armour Penetration
  • 'Eavy Metal
    • Bad Moon Ork Dreadnought
    • Blood Angel Dreadnought
    • Tyranid Screamer-Killer (Carnifex)
    • Chaos Dreadnought
    • Eldar Dreadnought from the Alaitoc Craftworld
    • Banners
  • Data Records
    • Space Marine Dreadnought
    • Chaos Dreadnoughts
    • Ork Dreadnought
    • Tyranid Screamer-Killer (Carnifex)
    • Eldar Dreadnought (Wraithguard)
  • Templates
    • Vehicle Turning Template
    • Warhammer 40,000 Vehicle Targeting Grid
WD 149

Bikes, Trikes, and War Walkers

(Datafaxes for Vehicle Rules in WD 128 and WD 129)

  • 'Eavy Metal
  • Imperial Bike and Side Car
  • Guild Trike
  • Imperial Bike
  • Squat Bike
  • Eldar War-Walker
WD 150

Close Combat Rules

  • Hand-to-Hand Combat
  • Hand-to-Hand Weapons
    • Banshee Mask
    • Blades and Saws
    • Boneswords
    • Chainfist
    • Chainsword
    • Digital Laser
    • Harlequins Kiss
    • Lightning Claws
    • Mandiblaster
    • Power Axe
    • Power Glove
    • Power Maul
    • Power Sword
    • Rough Rider Hunting Lance
    • Swords and Other Hand Arms
    • Thunder Hammer and Storm Shield
WD 151

THE CHAOS WARS: THE FIRST BATTLE FOR ARMAGEDDON

(by Jervis Johnson, excerpted from WD 151)

The Ork invasion of Armageddon was not the first time that the planet had been attacked. Five hundred years before Ork Warlord Ghazghkull Thraka was born Armageddon faced no less deadly a threat but from an entirely different enemy - the forces of Chaos.
Within the Eye of Terror the forces of Chaos are constantly at war against each other. On occasions, however, the Chaos Gods put aside their personal rivalries and join together to mount a large scale invasion.

The assembly of such an invasion force is often triggered when a space hulk drifts past a daemon world. These ancient space ships can be used to transport vast armies through the warp. Driven and tossed by the currents of the warp, no-one can predict where and when they will reappear, so it is virtually impossible for the Imperium to predict where Chaos will strike next. Usually the attack occurs within a few light years of the Eye of Terror, but sometimes a hulk will drop out of the warp in a system hundreds, or even thousands, of light years away.

Such was the case with the first invasion of Armageddon. Following a bout of strange and unnatural events, armed rebellion inexplicably broke out in half a dozen hives. The revolts were quickly put down on Armageddon Secundus, but amongst the more widely scattered hives of Armageddon Prime they proved more difficult to eradicate. As the planetary forces seemed capable of dealing with the revolt, no additional units were sent from the Imperium. After all, the planet was a very long way from the Eye of Terror, and no-one suspected any more sinister cause for the revolts than civil unrest.

Busy containing the rebellion, Imperial forces were caught by surprise when the space hulk Devourer of Stars appeared in the Armageddon system. On board was an enormous Chaos army led by the Daemon Primarch Angron. Chaos Marines from the World Eaters Chapter and hordes of daemonic creatures poured from the space hulk and swept across the land.

The insidious effects of Chaos were quickly felt as nearly half the planetary army went over to the invaders. The few remaining loyal defenders were quickly routed from Armageddon Prime. Falling back through the jungles in the south, the survivors joined up with the units that had been left on Armageddon Secundus and prepared to make a last ditch defence along the rivers of the Styx and Chaeron.

The Imperial defence was well organised. Unknown to the forces of Chaos, the Space Wolves Chapter of Space Marines had been assigned to this sector of the Imperium, and they moved quickly to help as soon as they received the distress messages from Armageddon. The defenders gained valuable time when Angron, replete with success, wasted weeks building victorious monuments to the Chaos Gods instead of pursuing the shattered Imperial armies into Armageddon Secundus.

Angron' s failure to follow up his success cost him dear. When his army emerged from the jungles that separated Armageddon Prime from Armageddon Secundus they found the defenders ready and waiting, and reinforced by the Space Wolves.

Titanic battles erupted all along the front line as the forces of Chaos crashed into the Imperial defences. On the banks of the river Chaeron the Imperial defenders held, and Chaos was hurled back in disorder. But further to the west Angron led the attack personally, smashing through the Imperial lines and leading his forces towards Infernus and Helsreach hives. It was at this moment that Logan, Lord of the Space Wolves, played his trump card - a full company of Grey Knights, whose assistance Logan had requested as soon as he was aware of the dangers that faced Armageddon.

Only the Grey Knights had the ability to truly defeat an entity such as Angron. They arrived just as the Chaos Forces surged towards Infernus and Helsreach hives. Teleporting directly into the presence of Angron at the centre of his Daemonic Horde, the Grey Knights defeated the Daemon Prince, hurling his spirit back into the warp from where he did not return for over a hundred years. At the same time the Space Wolves launched a massive counter-attack. The forces of Chaos were routed and only the World Eaters managed to retreat back to the space hulk and escape back to the safety of the warp. The Imperial victory was complete and overwhelming.

NEW COUNTERS AND CARDS
WD 152

Commissar Yarrick and Warlord Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka

  • Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thrakam, Mighty Ork Warlord and Leader of the Waaargh!
    • Ghazghkull in Warhammer 40,000
    • Makari, Ghazghkull's Banner Bearer
    • Ghazghkull's Battlewagon and Retinue
    • Ghazghkull in Space Marine
  • Commissar Yarrick, Defender of Hades Hive and Hero of the Imperium
    • Commissar Yarrick in Warhammer 40,000
    • Commissar Yarrick in Space Marine
  • 'Eavy Metal: Imperial Commissar Yarrick and Ork Warlord Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thrakam
    • Commissar Yarrick
    • Warlord Ghazghkull
    • Banners
WD 153

The World Eaters: Chaos Space Marines

  • World Eater Ravagers
  • Juggernaut of Khorne (Uses Dreadnought Rules in WD 146)
  • The Blood Slaughterer: Daemonic Robot of Khorne (Uses Dreadnought Rules in WD 146)
  • 'Eavy Metal
  • Datafaxes
WD 156 The Space Wolves
  • Chapter History
  • Chapter Organisation
  • Space Wolf Characters
    • Ragnar Blackmane: Space Wolf Lord
    • Ulrik The Slayer: Wolf Priest
WD 157 Space Wolf Army List: Space Marines Space Wolves
WD 158 Njal Storm Caller: Rune Priest of Ragnar Blackmane's Space Wolf Great Company
Fangs of the Wolf: Battle Report - Space Wolves vs. Orks
WD 159 Space Marine and Eldar Scouts
WD 161

Deathwing Terminators

  • Tactical Dreadnought Armour
  • Refractor Field
  • Weapon Systems
  • Auxiliary Systems
  • Teleporting
  • Tactical Uses
  • Points Value
  • Deathwing Terminators
  • 'Eavy Metal: Deathwing


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