Time will tell. So I am building some Chaos, 2k, for a tourney. Not saying its not justified. It seems like an effort to make those options better – or at least an attempt to get players to consider taking them. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. But once it does, I’m sure we’ll see a cascade of chaos changes and strategies ripple out. However, it will have all the updated datasheets, points, options, and whatever new stratagems Chaos Marines will have access to. This sub is actively moderated and curated, and has a very narrow definition for permitted content. All three of those units haven’t exactly been rocking the meta for the CSM codex. Trent played the Iron Warriors (NetEA v3.1) and I played the Steel Legion (NetEA Army Compendium v2014)…. Posts. It was 3000 point per side and it was between Iron Warriors (NetEA v3.1) and Steel Legion (NetEA Army Compendium v2014)…. It doesn’t really seem like the new CSM Codex will be a sweeping re-write of the codex. Armies used Lots of speed, fair amount of shooting, extra toughness. I like the Daemon’s Eye to strip folks of cover and the Punishing Volley can bloody the nose of an aggressive turn 1 advance. Iron Warriors ++ Battalion Detachment +5CP (Chaos – Chaos Space Marines) ++ Dark Disciples: 2x Dark Disciple. The Iron Warriors were among the first of the Traitor Legions to make widespread use of a Chaos technovirus to create the weapon hybrids known as Obliterators, and these abominations are a common sight among the Sons of Perturabo. Originally created as the IVth Legion, the Legion was founded atop the wreckage of a recidivist fortress on the Terran Auro Plateau of Sek-Amrak. Iron Warriors Post-Heresy Legion Badge. Iron Warriors are essentially played the same as the Imperial Fists do on the table. Now we’re getting a look at the masters of the siege – Iron Warriors! What HQ do I take with it? With a new Chaos Space Marine Codex on the way Games Workshop is revisiting all the Traitor Legions. We’ve only gotten a look at the tip of this iceberg – heck, Shadowspear hasn’t even hit stores yet! The IV th Legion became a byword for punishing warfare and for mastery in siege craft, both in defence and assault. 40k Tactica. One detachment will almost certainly be a couple havocs and some oblits, all Iron Warriors. This is the existing rule from Codex: CSM. 2. Personally, if were going to play an Iron Warriors list, I’d lean towards a lot of the Shadowspear options. I agree with everything but the chainsword. Well we manage another game of epic. Posted by u/[deleted] 9 months ago. Choosing a Chaos HQ for Devastation Battery Iron Warriors. The Legion's gene-seed showed above average adaptability and a below avera… Press J to jump to the feed. So I am going to revamp for chaos I suppose for my loyalists from Paramar, the loyal 77th. Today, it’s Iron Warrior’s time! Based on the previous Vigilus Defiant book, Specialist Detachments are going to be the mechanism that GW is going to use to attempt tweak some of the more “uncommon” options. I was toying with this as well. This topic has 0 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 5 months, 1 week ago by Timk1111. Chaos Lord with the specialist warlord trait. 40K: Iron Warrior Faction Focus & A New Specialist Detachment Reveal. Iron Warriors: Siege Lords. They still have their Legion Trait and it hasn’t changed from the previous version of their codex: In fact, it seems like the only big changes for the Iron Warriors are going to come from the form of the Specialist Detachment which will be found in Vigilus Ablaze: This particular detachment does seem tailor made for the Iron Warriors. Will these new Specialist Detachments and the updated CSM codex do the trick for Chaos Marine Players? In devastation battalion he will need to be a chaos lord. Timk1111. It's still a great albeit situational stratagem, but beyond that you don't get a lot out of taking a Devastation Battery as an Iron Warriors player. We’ve already seen some of the changes heading our way from the Black Legion side of things. It’s going to impact those heavy support anti-vehicle units like Obliterators and Havocs thanks to their custom Warlord trait that will be available to the Devastation Battery: Alternatively, if you’re looking for a more in-your-face style with a lot of Daemon Engines, don’t forget to pack a Warpsmith or two. Obliterators Devastation Battery I still think you’re going to want to pick-up Vigilus Ablaze as well as the Specialist Detachments that have been revealed in that book have heavily leaned into the Chaos Marines. I’m especially thinking about what this Detachment can do with Havocs fielding 4 of the new Reaper Chaincannon (R24″ Heavy8 S5 AP-1 D1). They are still going to have their Master of Mechanisms ability to tap into so you can repair your own vehicles or damage your enemies. All three of those units haven’t exactly been rocking the meta for the CSM codex. Wounding everything except vehicles on 2+ is a nice way to keep away enemies. 40k Tactica. Homepage › Forums › List Analysis › Chaos › Chaos Space Marines › Iron warriors. Battalion Daemon Prince Wings, 2x Malefic Talons, 165 Warpsmith (Power axe, Meltagun, Flamer, Mechatendrites) 60 10 Chaos Cultists (Lasguns) 40 10 Chaos Cultists (Lasguns) 40 10 Chaos Cultists (Lasguns) 40 Helbrute (Twin Lascannon, Helbrute Fist) 130 5 Havocs (4x Lascannons, Bolter) 170 If you must keep him on budget, give him a chainaxe, for the extra 1 s and ap for a single point. Positive Discussion: Devastation Battery - posted in x HERETIC ASTARTES x: Greetings, Frater: I find the new SM codex fostering in my an urge to revamp my Chaos for the challenge- just like new Chaos makes me hunger to update my imperials.