Hi all, just wondering whether the eldar phoenix bomber rules are in the aerenautica book, as IA 11 appears to longer be available, or is it. I just picked up the Phoenix Bomber (some of the final parts of my corsair list are coming together) I have AI but am wondering if there are. As the title says anyone got a reference for where i can get up-to-date rules for the Phoenix and Nightwing? They’re not in IA11 only the.

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Here is the current status on my Eldar flyer scratchbuilds – 4 Nightwings and 2 Phoenix bombers. Each is in a different level of completion. Thanks for the help with the Phoenix dimensions. I’m working on building one up right now!

Here is a picture of some dimensions I’m trying to find for this model, if you can help me out it would be great! See the below video for some Apocalyptic stuff! There is a lot of information and people talking about Imperial armor 11 as of late, but it seems that people are not aware of the FAQ that was released by Forge World.

It’s worth a read because it changes how the FOC works for the corsair allies. The FAQ can be found at http: This is the basic idea to making a Nightwing. First you will need to get some shapes cut from plasticard as shown below.

You’re also going to need a Wave Serpent kit or the parts from that kit for the engines, cockpit, glass canopy, and weaponry. Any Eldar tank will do if you have spare weapons though. Start by cutting out the shapes required on plasticard, like below. I’ve been taking the time to work on previous projects I never had time to complete. Now that Apocalypse is coming up, it’s motivating me to get things done.

Here are the 6 Fire Prisms that make up my Sunstorm Squadron. Since the game of Warhammer 40K is a living system – one that changes over time – it is affected by each new release.

Games Workshop usually has some often delayed processes that update older supplements as the obmber of the rules, and the codex books are released. Apocalypse is no exception, and things have changed quite a bit with updates from Forge World and now even Games Workshop has finally decided to take a stance on some key issues that were left out to dry.

Over the next little while I’m going to be having a look at the Apocalypse rules as they stand now, and what implications they have. This week I’m going to have a look over the most updated rules as published in Imperial Armor Apocalypse – Second Edition.


Super-Heavy Vehicles – Shooting Something to note about Super-heavy Vehicles and their shooting is that you work out line of sight by using the barrel of the weapon, which is contrary to the normal rules for drawing line of sight using the normal 40K rules. The 40k rules state you must draw line of sight from the weapon mounting, and then along its barrel.

This is an important and distinct difference because it allows vehicles like Titans to actually draw line of sight, even if they are modeled in elaborate poses, just like the ones shown on the Forge World website. Note that weapons still have firing arcs. In practice this is not much different than the rules in the 40K rulebook governing weapons that are glued in place on vehicles.

They can still move up to 12″ and fire all of their weapons. The chances of this are very slim. Firstly, you must already have suffered a drive damaged result, then fail the terrain test, which you can reroll because the vehicle is a Super-Heavy. Super-Heavy Transports The rules now specify that suffering an Apocalyptic Explosion result on the Catastrophic Damage table causes all transported units to automatically and immediately be destroyed, with no saves, or Invulnerable saves allowed – OUCH!.

This was never FAQ’d, and these reprint of the rules don’t seem to help at all.

7E Rules for Eldar Phoenix Bomber…where? – Warhammer 40, – Ordo Fanaticus

Flyers – Movement Clarification was added that Flyers do not block movement for other models, unless they are using hover mode. This definitely hurts flyers like the Manta, and every Eldar flyer because only one type of save can be taken.

Flyers – Bombs Clarification added that prevents flyers from using bombs while in hover mode. Destroyer Weapons No real rule changes here, but it dules updated to take account the new edition of 40K. Note that destroyer weapons ignore cover, which means like flyers, skimmers moving fast aren’t any more protected.

These weapons are still automatic penetrating hits – so your special rules aren’t going to help here! Sometimes it is an Invulnerable save, sometimes it is just a roll to negate damage entirely. What a confusing mess as this affects the survivability of several units.

Phoenix Bomber – 40K Rules and Questions – 40K Online

They really need to decide which it is, unfortunately, you need to play it as written for each datasheet. Overall Gargantuan Creatures – Shooting at There is still some nonsense here about how Gargantuan creatures are hit by blasts. I’ll be looking at more changes to how Apocalypse plays soon. It’s clear the rules are still ‘outdated’ in some instances, and the rules haven’t been well treated between editions.


One of the better Eldar formations in Apocalypse is the Sunstorm Squadron, and this mainly stems from the fact that it costs no extra points to use, you merely need the Fire Prisms to fill the slots.

You get a great variety of options you can use for combining shots, and the loss of any single Prism will not have a huge impact on the others. I’m going to be using a full formation – that is 6 Fire Prisms – in Apocalypse, which gives the Eldar a truly unlimited range weapon to use. It’s important to note that otherwise, without a Phantom Titan, you need to slug out fights using 72″ as your maximum range.

In a large Apocalypse game, this really hampers your ability to fight. The problem is just the larger playing field, and the fact that other weaponry can have a far larger area of effect. Feb 16, Eldar Flyer Scratchbuild. Posted by Akenseth at EldarNightwingPhoenix.

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