Space Hulk Mission Files: Ultramarines - Duty and Honour

Space Hulk Mission Files: Ultramarines - Duty and Honour

By Games Workshop

  • Release Date : 2014-09-20
  • Genre : Games
  • FIle Size : 73.88 MB
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Description

Space Hulk Mission Files: Ultramarines - Duty and Honour Since the dark days of the Battle for Macragge, and the near destruction of Ultramar, the Ultramarines Chapter has harboured an especial hatred of the Tyranids. During the Forian Crusade, the Chapter were given another chance for vengeance against the Great Devourer when a gigantic space hulk was disgorged from the Warp directly in their path. Code-named Hunter of the Void, its twisted, shadowy corridors and rusting chambers became a brutal battleground between Space Marine and xenos as the Ultramarines Terminators purged the vessel of its Genestealer cargo.

Duty and Honour is an exciting expansion for the Space Hulk board game that allows players to field the peerless warriors of the Ultramarines 1st Company. It follows the boarding action and purge of the space hulk Hunter of the Void. In this expansion you will find rules for the weapons and wargear of the Ultramarines 1st Company, including cyclone missile launchers, as well as guidelines for making up your own custom Space Hulk missions.

This Mission File is designed to be used with the 2014 edition of the Space Hulk boxed game, in conjunction with additional Citadel Miniatures available from Games Workshop.

Reviews

  • Why only 3 missions?

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    By Axebox
    For the price I was expecting 10 missions. 3 total missions seems a bit of a joke. The presentation is nice and the interactive mission status display is a neat idea. It’s too bad that these ‘expansions’ are split between 3 separate books as the mission status display and cyclone missile launcher rules are copy/pasted between each book. The design your own mission is simply a guide - you don’t need this book to do so and there are no tiles for you to print out on your own. Just an overall underwhelming offering.

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