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Tempest Blades - A special class exclusive to the Storm Wardens , who wield massive two-handed Power swords around on the battlefield dueling worthy enemies, which will eventually end in their deaths. Contains a prewritten adventure and a DM's screen. Generally everything you'd expect. First Founding - Finally getting around to adding the remaining four First Founding Chapters and gives additional information about the other First Founding Chapters along with the Traitor Legions, along with ways to use the latter as antagonists. The Jericho Reach - Another fluff book, this one focuses on notable Deathwatch kill-teams and their locations in the Reach. Also comes with a pre-written adventure as well. The Nemesis Incident - A free download that explains a critical part of the history of the Storm Wardens.
Looks interesting, but may wait till some of my more deathwatch-focused buddies get the hard copy to borrow before I consider downloading it myself, and perhaps wait till I know what they are doing with 2E Dark Heresy. My guess is that DH, RT, DW and BC are all finished products with a product line behind them, and they each have different development teams working on their own line of products.
I've bought the Dark Heresy 2. Having said that, it doesn't look difficult at all to convert the characters over to the new system. The big changes are that they reduce the number of skills and broaden their scope, and combat damage is done very, very differently.
See more hardest-hitting multi-meltas have a much reduced Pen value to compensate.
I quite like the new wound system, I've always wanted to see a wound system that resulted in characters suffering specific injuries, rather than the "I have 2 hit points left, I'm still good-to-go" mentality. It also explains why a tabletop marine might shrug off 18 lasgun blasts, and finally be 'wounded' by the 19th: that marine has in fact suffered one 'wound' after another, but he had to accumulate quite a few of them before the effects knocked him out of the fight.
As opposed to a crybaby IG conscript Regardless, I'm looking forward to DH2, but welcome expansions in the meantime. Its essentially Dark Heresy using the Only War ruleset. The beta was fresh, new, and different. You're not looking hard enough.
Google is your friend. Un-errata-ed, a few weapons are incredibly disproportionately overpowered to when you can acquire them. Bolters in particular Heavy Bolters are so insane that it requires some mathhammer to describe the extent of this cheese. While this is a little bit silly, it is far from unforgivable.
Every shot you hit will do an average of 23 wounds unmodified.
A Devastator at this level would most likely have the Mighty Shot talent. In your burst of 10 bolts, factoring in all these bonuses, you will hit shots on average. Or, 15 dice, rolled 3 at a time, keeping the two highest each time. All of which have a one in ten chance of triggering righteous fury.
That means effectively your bolt just more than doubled its damage output, and there is a good chance that with tearing, the righteous fury will trigger more righteous fury, and you just one-shotted that daemon prince. If only table-top heavy bolters were anywhere near this strong, the humans would have won ages ago. From personal experience, I have seen a broadside one-shotted by a storm bolter, and two hammerheads shot in the front armor thoroughly wrecked in two turns.
And the heavy bolter can be loaded with special ammunition, allowing it to eviscerate things quietly, turn marines into spaghetti, and much more. A quick sanity injection here: the above reading of the rules requires the reader to be drunk, high, or preferably, both. On average, you will roll a Each shot which has at least one die showing a 10 will trigger Righteous Fury, so you will trigger this at most the number of times you hit; on average you will have 1.
Remember NOT to roll all 15 dice and keep the 10 highest. If you have no Furies, goto step 6. Do each hit in sequence to avoid confusion, since Righteous Fury makes your hits do more damage without adding actual additional hits, despite using an attack roll as an intermediate step.
For each Righteous Fury, roll to hit again, but without Full Auto Burst allowing additional hits or causing gun jams Righteous Fury copies the attack roll's modifiers but applies its own special rules.
As you are now BS with an unjammable gun, all of your Fury hits land without rolling and rolling will not help, as you now lack the Full Auto ability to land multiple hits with one roll. For each R. As these damage rolls can and will generate more Furies, continue chaining your damage rolls for each hit until it finishes exploding. Doing the math for you, you should have generated a total of 2.
This means you should have dealt, approximately, 7. In fact, psykers have no greater enemy then a cheesetator with witch bolts; every hit will do damage, and every hit that does damage will drop the poor psyker's psy rating by 1.
This means that destroying entire tyranid hordes is as easy as making one devastator fill the hive tyrant with witch bolts, which is highly likely to kill the tyrant, and if it doesn't kill it it will turn off the synapse. Also, you could theoretically turn Eldrad or Ahriman into swiss cheese with this combination.
The only thing that murders harder than a heavy bolter at range is an assault cannon, but you can't have those at the beginning of the game and it has less useful special ammunition. And can't be dual-wielded unless your DM wants to let you take two ranged mounts on your terminator armor. Which he shouldn't. This, makes the devastator objectively the second-best class in the game, by a significant margin. Second best to the Techmarine, the cheesiest cheese to grace the earth.
Yes, better than the dedicated assault class. The Techmarine also has EXCLUSIVE access to the best melee weapon in the game, and can get it so early that your powergamer techmarine player will be raping things just as hard at level one as he will at level 8.
To clarify that point, I present to you, the one, the only: Breaching Auger. And it has 7 pen.