The Teutoburg System sits just beyond the Ultramare region ruled by the Ultramarines. While not governed by them it is considered part of its sphere of influence, so when tax receipts ceased agents were sent to discover the source of the problem. When the agents also failed to return, Strike Force Varus was despatched to investigate, with orders to crush any heresy, mutant or xenos they find and restore order to the system.
Strike Force Varus is 1,350 points of Ultramarines (almost) ready for Arc40K 2016.
It consists of a battle demi-company, led by Brother Captain Varus and is accompanied by the Teller-Penn Anomaly, a Librarius Conclave. Varus and part of this team went to the Norris 1,000 and I was pleased with how they worked on the table. I only won one game, but this was really a function of my generalship, I think, not the army. By replacing the scouts with tactical squads I will get to field a demi-company. Along with the Ultramarine chapter tactics this means most squads will be re-rolling at least ones in four of the game turns (in either shooting, assault or both). I think this will provide the edge to the army. It will need it as there are few other toys.
The Librarius Conclave looks fun and I haven’t seen one on the table before.
We shall see how it goes.
Onward, to the Teutoburg System.
See you on the battlefields.
Enjoyed the post ol’ boy. It’ll be good to hear how their my gets on. Will you be doing any battle reports / write-ups?
I intend to do a follow up post, but it may take a little time. Arc40K is a blast, but with six games and 100+ players it can leave me feeling a little blasted afterwards. Cheers.
I can see why! I’ve only taken part in Mayhem (not sure if it’s still running), and that was only 3 or 4 games.
Well, if you can write anything up, I’ll definitely be up for reading about it.
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These look really cool. Nice photos too
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