File Name: Legio Imprint 2: The Eye of Terror
File Submitter: Kurgan the Lurker
File Submitted: 22 Jun 2012
File Updated: 22 Jun 2012
File Category: B&C Resources
At long last, the Bolter and Chainsword is proud to announce the release of the second issue of the Legio Imprint, the B&C's favorite electronic magazine. The Legio Imprint aims to showcase the best of the articles and features to be found on the Bolter and Chainsword, as well as including original content created especially for the publication. This issue has been a long time in coming - a lot of people put a lot of effort into this, and it's been my privilege to be a part of all that work and all that talent.
This second issue of the Legio Imprint series focuses on the Eye of Terror, the real axis of the galaxy. Its history and geography are explored. The Space Marines of the Astartes Praeses and renegade Chaos Space Marines are discussed. Mutations are converted. New rules for the Iron Hands, Exorcists and Chaos Space Marine Legions are presented. Miniatures are painted. New chapters are created. Battles are reported. And there's a campaign. At over a hundred pages, with illustrations from a variety of talented artists, miniatures from even more, and a number of authors, there should be something for everyone. --Octavulg
What is in this issue?
- Introduction & Contents
- Interview: Aaron Dembski-Bowden
- THE EYE OF TERROR
- An Introduction to the Eye of Terror
- The Black Crusades
- Beast Marines Tutorials
- A Guide to Creating Mutations
- Renegade Chapters
- Paths of Glory: Chaos Legion Rules
- The Making of Magmatrax
- The Astartes Praeses
- Codex: Exorcists
- Codex: Iron Hands
- THE NEMEAN CAMPAIGN
- The Steel Dogs
- The Heralds of Light
- The Lions of Alba
- Going on a Lion Hunt:
- The Nemean Campaign
- The Battle of Jamshyd’s World
So the Legio Imprint isn't just about the Dornian Heresy?
It is not.
Octavulg, what took so long?
It's the Eye of Terror issue. The malign influence of the Warp is to be expected.
Where can I download that sexy Lions of Alba chapter symbol?
Why, right here! The charming and talented Dracul made a decal sheet.
So what's next for the Legio Imprint?
It's a secret. But you'll like it. Though, of course, volunteering to help out is a good way to find out.
The Legio Imprint tries to give the wider 40K community a taste of the tremendous talent and amazing effort put into projects across this site by showcasing the best of the B&C to the rest of the world. Note that the phrase 'the best of the B&C' casts a wide net, across writing, painting, rules, gaming advice and more, all across the board.
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