Warhammer 40K

Warhammer 40,000 is a tabletop miniatures game for two or more players placed in a dystopian science fiction setting. It's by far the most popular game, within the wargaming community, that Games Workshop make.

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Taking control of an army in Warhammer 40,000 is easy as there are various miniatures from Games Workshop and factions within the Warhammer 40,000 universe. The faction you choose to bring to the tabletop depends on your own style of play. Once you have chosen, built and painted your army, you are all set to throw them into battle!

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Warhammer 40,000 is a vast, rich universe full of epic heroes, monstrous villains and a host of unique characters in between. Here, you’ll learn more about the forces vying for power, territory, and glory across the galaxy.

Will you fight for duty or vengeance? Will you raise an army for survival or the sheer bloody joy of the kill? With which force will you wage war in the far future?

Chaos

Imperium

Xenos

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Chaos

As the favoured champions of the Chaos Gods, the Heretic Astartes are blessed with many gifts. They may have profane boons bestowed upon them which grant unnatural strength and resilience, or horrific weapon-mutations that can peel the flesh from a foe with sickening ease.

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Imperium

Constant warfare has honed Mankind's military might and only by force of arms is the Imperium held together. There's no mercy, no weakness and no respite from the unending war. Only the strong and the ruthless can hope to survive.

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Xenos

Mankind is not the only race to walk among the stars. Xenos is often used to signify enemy alien or off-world, non-human forces. It has never been in Man’s nature to share his worlds with aliens, and bloodshed has ever formed the foundation of the empire.

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Learning to Play Warhammer 40K

Learning how to play Warhammer 40k doesn't have to be complicated. You can check out the Getting Started with Warhammer 40000 which includes the core rules – broken down into easy to follow steps teaching you how to play Warhammer 40,000 – a full battle report, and the Only War mission to get you playing straight away. It also includes an overview of the Citadel Paint System and ideas for expanding your miniatures collection. 

Alongside the Getting Started with Warhammer 40000 rulebook, packed full of hints, tips and great advice, there's the “Getting started” range which offers a great selection of faction boxes packed full of miniatures.

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