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Tango0110 Jul 2020 9:26 p.m. PST

"The newest edition of 40k is nearly upon us, and with it comes a special edition boxed set, the Indomitus set! This "sorta" starter set comes packed with a ton of awesome stuff, including the full rulebook, so let's take a look!

Games Workshop has said multiple times that this is just a limited edition boxed set to kick off the new edition, so it's not a proper starter set. I have to imagine that a more slimmed down version of this will be coming out soon with less models that will be the "proper" starter set. This means no dice, no rulers, no quick start rules, or any of that. What you get in a trade off though are lots and lots of models. We also still get the full hardcover rulebook. It even has a limited edition cover!…"




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