Imperial Armour - 1d. Imperial Armour is a series of books written by Forge World (the company) to promote their Warhammer 4.
They include full- color drawings, technical data, rules (in some cases full army lists, recently given an official stamp of approval), and, in most cases, a narrative focusing on a campaign which features the models included. As the name might suggest, there is a bias towards Imperial armies - - at least one of the Space Marines, Imperial Guard, Imperial Navy, Sisters of Battle, and/or Inquisition have been represented in every book, although Forge World does seem to be giving less- seen forces some time in the spotlight, like the Raven Guard, Salamanders, Elysian Drop Troops, and Death Korps of Krieg. However, each book features a non- imperial army foremost (read: on the cover), and releases specialized units, army lists, and Apocalypse love for the specific non- imperial faction being featured. Tau got most of their Apocalypse units from their release, and the Ork list has a whole bloody tactica. More often than not, the xenos even win! Oh who are we kidding - Imperial forces get fucked up in every book - they either outright lose or their victory is totally Pyrrhic.
Volume One - Imperial Guard and Imperial NavyThis volume has no over- arching story, though it does offer brief insights into the Imperium, such as tank doctrine and Forge World operations, as well as coloring references and technical data. Most of the vehicles included are Leman Russ variants and artillery pieces that were absorbed into the next Imperial Guardcodex (this book was written back in 3rd Edition), and the other vehicles (Baneblade variants, Imperial Navy flyers, and support vehicles) have all been included in later Imperial Armour volumes - - note that this is the only volume not sold by Forge World any more, although a new edition has been released (see below). The "Armoured Battlegroup" army list (featuring Leman Russ Battle Tanks as troop choices!) is introduced in this volume. Volume Two - Space Marines and Forces of the InquisitionAgain, no big story, but lots of lore about the many vehicles and their variants used by the Space Marines and Inquisition (which includes the Grey Knights and Sisters of Battle - - rather, the Daemonhunters and Witch Hunters, as they were called at the time).
A chat with Talima Fox, author of the eagerly-awaited eleventh Imperial Armour book from Forge World. Новая книга из серии Imperial Armour. В ней описано противостояние Эльдар и Элизианского полка Имперской гвардии, на помощь к которым приходят десантники из ордена Космических Волков.
Volume Three - The Taros CampaignThe first Imperial Armour volume with a proper story and campaign, in which the Tau take center stage. The story goes that the desert world of Taros gets investigated by the Administratum, as its tithe and production estimates are out- of- date. The delegation finds that, while Taros is meeting its mineral quotas to the local Forge World, it seems to be mining much more without growing its stockpiles; they discover that the planetary governor has been cutting a deal with the Tau. They enlist the aid of the Avenging Sons Space Marine Chapter, and when that attack fails, the Imperial Guard are called in. They also fail to re- take the planet, and the Tau actually win! The Tallarn Desert Raiders and Elysian Drop Troops receive rules in this volume, as well as lots of new Tau units (like the mighty Manta, and the Orca from the Warhammer 4.
Fire Warrior video game). The Raptors also got a little screen time, with some handy illustrations of their color schemes.
Volume Four - The Anphelion ProjectThe Adeptus Mechanicus decide that it would be a good idea to keep a zoo of Tyranids on Beta Anphelion IV, in order to study them and learn how to fight them better. Contact is, naturally, lost, and so Inquisitor Solomon Lok of the Ordo Xenos gathers up some Red Scorpions and Detachment D- 9. Elysian Drop Troops to investigate.
They learn that the Tyranids adapted to escape containment, Jurassic Park IN SPACE ensues, and the Marines escape while leaving Lok and the Guard to die horribly. Needless to say, this doesn't earn them many brownie points with the Inquisition. The Tyranids get most of the love in this book, with new biomorphs, Monstrous and Gargantuan Creatures, and big flyers, though the Red Scorpions and Elysian Drop Troops get a few more rules.
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Volume Five - The Siege of Vraks - Part OneVraks, an Armory World close to the Eye of Terror and a key point in the defense of Cadia, falls silent. It turns out that Cardinal Xaphan has taken over, deciding that the Decree Passive was for weaklings, and that he could rid the Imperium of heretics much more effectively by taking direct command. The Imperium disagrees (once they find out about this), and decides that the fastest way to bring Xaphan to heel is with the Death Korps of Krieg. Unfortunately, they weren't counting on Lord Arkos of the Alpha Legion showing up.
Still, they manage to crack the first two defense lines, but it seems that Lord Arkos and Cardinal Xaphan aren't out of tricks yet.. The Death Korps of Krieg Siege Regiment gets army rules in this volume (for which we have a tactica), as do the Renegades and Heretics (basically Lost and the Damned for 4th Edition - - Traitor Guard plus Alpha Legion). Some new super- heavy vehicles, the Macharius Heavy Tank and the Gorgon Armored Assault Transport, as well as special siege equipment, also get rules. Imperial Armour ApocalypseAfter years of experimentation (including experimental rules in previous Imperial Armour volumes), Games Workshop releases the Apocalypse expansion for running massive Warhammer 4. Forge World releases this volume to update the rules on their super- heavies and flyers, as well as include some new formations. Volume Six - The Siege of Vraks - Part TwoAs the Kriegers wear down the final defense line, Arkos summons reinforcements.
In particular, lots of Berserkers and Plague Marines arrive, and then the Chaos. Titans and flyers come in to attack the Krieg lines from the rear.
In response, Segmentum Command sends their own Titan legion and Imperial Navy support, as well as reinforcements for the Kriegers. The Engineers manage to mine and collapse a whole section of the fortress wall, and the Kriegers surge into the gap. Unfortunately, they are held there. The Red Scorpions are asked to help, and they agree, seeing as there are hundreds of Chaos Space Marines to be killed. Though few of the Marines committed survive the assault, they manage to clear the breach and leave it in Imperial control. With the citadel itself in view, the Kriegers prepare to mount their final assault, when Inquisitor Hector Rex shows up and assumes direct control - - it seems that the taint of Chaos is even worse than any had expected.. This volume contains rules for Death Korps of Krieg Engineers and associated mining equipment (like the Hades Breaching Drill), the Red Scorpions, and the "Servants of Slaughter" variant of the Renegades and Heretics army - - basically, Traitor Guard with Khorne stuff.
New units include another Macharius variant and the Malcador tank, as well as some updates on rules for Chaos Space Marine vehicles. Volume Seven - The Siege of Vraks - Part ThreeUnder Inquisitor Rex's command, the siege around the citadel is sealed tight, and the Kriegers tighten the noose. Unfortunately, the forces of Chaos are hard at work assembling a massive warp portal, and they unleash daemons onto Vraks.
The Red Scorpions return, along with some Grey Knights summoned by Rex's urgent missives, and with their support, the citadel's defenses are broken, but not before An'ggrath the Unbound is summoned by the heretics. He gets cast back into the Warp by Inquisitor Rex, and then the Angels of Absolution (successors of the Dark Angels) arrive, to settle the score from Volume Five and take some prisoners. They destroy the leadership, and the Grey Knights clear out the deepest levels of the citadel and finally close the warp portal. In the end, all of the ammunition and stores on Vraks were expended in the siege or destroyed afterward due to Chaos taint, the Ecclesiarchy relics and assets on Vraks were used for Chaos rituals (like a few Sisters of Battle recovered from the dungeons - - they were alive, but given the Emperor's Mercy) or lost, and nothing was really gained. About the only positive outcome was that the Traitor Titans lost more than the Loyal Titans. The Death Korps of Krieg get rules for an "Armoured Battlegroup" variant army (Leman Russ Battle Tanks as Troops!), and the Renegades and Heretics get a new "Servants of Decay" variant, as well as some new Daemons and Daemon Engines.
Imperial Armour Apocalypse IIMore Apocalypse updates for 5th Edition. Volume Eight - Raid on Kastorel- NovemThe Raven Guard and Elysian Drop Troops make a raid into Ork- controlled space to try and eliminate a particularly bright Mekboy. It doesn't end well - - after heavy losses, they are forced to withdraw, having failed to locate him (though production is temporarily disrupted). The Elysian Drop Troops' army list gets updated (see our tactica) for fifth edition in this volume, and the Orks get a new heavily- mechanized list variant, the Dred Mob.
This book is where most of the Apocalypse units for Orks now come from. Email regarding the status of a Second Edition or other update (1. Thanks for your question. At this point in time we don't have any information about a 2nd edition of the IA8 book. It may be that we produce a new type of Imperial Armour book covering the Orks in some way rather than an updated version of an older one but we're not sure at the moment. If you are looking for the rules for our Ork Vehicles then the majority of them can be found in the Imperial Armour Apocalypse book and some of the larger models' rules such as the Gargantuan Squiggoth can be found in the 4.
Apocalypse rule book. Volume Nine - The Badab War - Part OneLugft Huron decides that he can run his Sector better than the Imperium can.
The Imperium disagrees and sends in the Space Marines to put him in his place, starting what would later be called the Badab War.