|Dark Heresy | Published 17 March 2011||Rating||29 votes|
From beyond reality, Daemons incessantly scrabble and claw at the minds of mortal men. The evil bubbling forth in the souls of the heretical constantly strains at the seams of the very fabric of space and time. From one breach, enough foul beasts may pour forth to consume and damn billions of Imperial souls.
Fantasy Flight Games is pleased to announce the upcoming release of Daemon Hunter, a supplement for Dark Heresy. The Inquisitors of the Ordo Malleus and the Space Marines of the Grey Knights are the chosen warriors of the God-Emperor, tasked with keeping humanity from falling into darkness. They hunt tirelessly to rid the Imperium of their collective prey: Daemons.
Daemon Hunter is a powerful resource for any Dark Heresy campaigns featuring the servants of the holy Ordo Malleus of the Inquisition. With information and background on the Ordo Malleus in the Calixis Sector, the Daemon hunter’s trade, and the Malleus armoury, Daemon Hunter is the perfect companion for players and GMs alike who wish to craft exciting campaigns for Dark Heresy.
Learn the ropes of daemon hunting with an extensive look at the origins and status of the Ordo Malleus. Then, take up arms as an acolyte in service to the Ordo Malleus by becoming a Banisher, taking the fight to the daemons. Also, learn the tools of the trade by studying the Malleus Armoury, which presents new tools for every tier of character.
Finally, Daemon Hunter includes everything players and GMs need to include Grey Knights into their Dark Heresy campaigns!
And did we mention Grey Knights?
Developer Mack Martin took a moment to share his insights on the design process of Daemon Hunter:
Throughout the development and testing process of Daemon Hunter, the Dark Heresy Development Team was embarrassingly giddy over the stories that the talented pool of writers created for the Ordo Malleus in the Calixis Sector. From the Scholariate at Arms (a new faction within the Ordo Malleus) to the Grey Knights, every page has as much information as we could fit onto it. New Acolyte alternate career ranks, cell directives, and equipment fill this hefty tome.
Of course you can’t have Daemon Hunters without daemons! The Daemonic Incursion chapter (written by Charles May and Ross Watson) gives GMs the tools to generate daemons with a variety of power levels and horrible tricks. Lesser Daemons, Heralds, and Greater Daemons are all as easy to create as an Acolyte, with a wide range of theme and combat strategy. Whether the GM needs a Bloodletter forged from blood and brass to challenge a group of Acolytes or a Keeper of Secrets to fight a squad of Grey Knights, the GM will never run out of daemons.
Oh... did we mention Grey Knights? The Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay community has had a lot of fun taking up the mantle of a Deathwatch Space Marine, and now they get the chance to take on the role of a Grey Knight. Daemon Hunter presents rules compatible with Dark Heresy for both PC and NPC Grey Knights. There are also additional rules and advice for including Grey Knights in a campaign using the Deathwatch Rulebook instead.
As we get closer to release we hope to discuss these topics in more detail, but until then, remember... “Innocence Proves Nothing.”
Thanks, Mack! Say alert, more information on Daemon Hunter is coming soon!
Dark Heresy is a roleplaying game set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, a setting in the grim darkness of the far future. Players take on the roles of Acolytes serving the Inquisition, rooting out heresy and corruption from within the galaxy-spanning Imperium of Man.
I desperately hope that the Dread Babby Carrier's stats will show up here and a way to requisition it.
Also, I hope Grey Knight is an ascension package. I want to take a psyker char from rank 1 to rank 9001 as a Grey Knight.
Holy smokes! Grey knights are actually a cut above "standard" astartes (oxymoron?). And being given a chance to roleplay my favorite army is making me totally mark out right now.
Meh. I would have preferred if Grey Knights were introduced in a Deathwatch publication, as that's the line that has the characters play, well, Space Marines. Either this book will have a lot of redundance explaining the implanted organsstuffit won't do them justice.
I have used one in my campaign but to be honest I did not think about any stats for him just used him as backgrounf. i jjust assumed they are mega.......................
I love Chaos more than anything, but I also love the guys who decide it's their job to fight something as inevitable as Chaos. WITH THEIR MINDS!
And here I was about to just hodge-podge rules together from DH and Deathwatch to make Grey Knights. Silly me.
FINALLY!!!!! My daemon hunter cleric will finally buy gear from the Ordo malleu's armoury. I can't wait..i can't wait!!!!i was wating for a book like this since i start playing DH
A book for all 40k RPGs...Rapture!
All I need now is Only War, Black Crusade, improv my own rules for the Blood Gorgons and a campaign against the Death Guard and all will be golden!
I hope the Daemons can be used as written for Deathwatch.
Playable Grey Knights... *jawsdrop* AWESOME! And about time! ;-}
Looking forward to this one! I really like how they are bridging the different gaming systems together too, thanks FFG!
I am 10x more excited about this book than Codex Grey Knights. Great job FFG!