A Harlequin putting a whuppin on some Chaos scum

We continue our “Codex to the Tabletop” series on Harlequins. We tackle the background of the Harlequins and how that relates to your games of Warhammer 40,000.  We’re also celebrating our 1 year anniversary. Hooray, us! Also, there’s a narrative battle report at the end. Thanks go out to all of our awesome listeners to making this a great year!

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On Your Tabletop #13 – Harlequins:
http://mastersoftheforge.com/?attachment_id=343

On Your Tabletop Annual #1 – 2014-2015:
http://mastersoftheforge.com/?attachment_id=335

Harlequins Codex:
http://www.blacklibrary.com/games-workshop-digital-editions/codex-harlequins-ebook.html

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  1. Francois Leclerc says:

    Listening to show 26 right now and you mention to remind you about subjects which you may not have covered yet. And I did ask you about doing a show on custom Space Marine chapter tactics. There are hundreds of Space Marine chapters but only few official chapter tactics.
    I wanted to have your opinion on the Mentors chapters. The Space Marine book talk about using the Raven Guard chapter tactics but it doesn’t really fit the previous fluff of the mentors being students of war and occasional leaders of Imperial Guard / Astra Militarum forces.
    Thanks.

    • Adam Fasoldt says:

      We’re very much interesed in continuing to look at different chapters of the Space Marines over time. I think the Mentors sound like a good topic. I’ll add it to our topics sheet. Thanks, Francois. And thanks for listening.

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