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Download the Conspiracy
Published 6 June 2012 | Deathwatch Download the Conspiracy Rising Tempest, a Deathwatch Adventure, is Available for Sale via Download “There is nothing more abhorrent in the eyes of the Emperor than a traitor. He too suffered the serpent’s fangs. That greatest of betrayals serves as an admonition to us all: we can never wield too much suspicion."      –Lord Commander Sebiascor Ebongrave As the conflict against the Tau approaches its breaking point and paranoia over their suspected acts of sedition reaches an all-time high, the infamous Lord Commander Ebongrave seeks allies he can trust in his campaign against disloyalty. But are Tau sympathizers really maneuvering among the loyal citizens of the Imperium? And if so, what darker plans do they hold in store? Rising Tempest, an adventure in three parts for Deathwatch, is now on sale via download through drivethrurpg.com and rpgnow.com! When the Tau make a play for dominance that threatens to tip the balance of power in the Canis Salient, they’ll unwittingly endanger the entire Jericho Reach...and only the Space Marines of the Deathwatch can stop them. An Adventure in Three Parts Rising Tempest is an epic three-part adventure that takes players across the Canis Salient and into midsts of the Hadex anomaly: The Depths of Treachery—The Kill-team travels to the iron heart of the Canis Salient to eradicate a subversive xenos presence imperiling the might of the Imperial war machine. But stirring in the chaos of sedition and catastrophy, they’ll stumble upon something much darker. Assault on Javar Nil—Pursuing clues of an ancient evil, the Battle-Brothers find themselves caught between the factions of a holy schism on the shrine world of Eleusis. There, they must safeguard the blessed core of the Achilus Crusade. Exterminatus—Struck at the very bastion of their power, the Kill-team must brave the horrors of the Hadex anomaly and return to a long-lost citadel to save their galaxy from utter ruin! Villains and Monsters For more on Rising Tempest, here’s a word from lead developer Tim Flanders: The latest adventure for the Deathwatch line, Rising Tempest is going to challenge players in ways they'd never expect. Deathwatch GMs have never wanted for villains, adversaries, and snarling monsters to face their players with, especially in a setting as hotly contested as the Jericho Reach. Right alongside the forces of Chaos and a full-scale Tyranid invasion, the Tau threaten the progress of the Achilus Crusade. In Rising Tempest, players will learn just what makes a race like the Tau so dangerous to the mighty Imperium of Man. Game Masters will also have the opportunity to really challenge the honour and faith of their players' characters throughout the course of Rising Tempest, as they embroil their players in not only a conflict against a xenos threat, but also in the very heart and mind of the Achilus Crusade and a bitter feud within the ranks of the Ecclesiarchy. In the end, players and GMs may find that where bolter and power sword fail, the righteousness and grim determination of the Adeptus Astartes will carry them to victory. To learn more, read Lurking Beneath the Surface, our preview of Rising Tempest. Then, head to drivethrurpg.com or rpgnow.com and download your copy today! Discuss this article in our forums! Deathwatch collection is © Games Workshop Ltd. 2010-2013. Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer 40,000 Role Play, Deathwatch, the foregoing marks’ respective logos, Deathwatch, and all associated marks, logos, places, names, creatures, races and race insignia/devices/logos/symbols, vehicles, locations, weapons, units and unit insignia, characters, products and illustrations from the Warhammer 40,000 universe and the Deathwatch game setting are either ®, ™, and/or © Games Workshop Ltd 2000-2013, variably registered in the UK and other countries around the world. This edition published under license to Fantasy Flight Publishing, Inc. All rights reserved to their respective owners.

With Grim Determination
Published 9 May 2012 | Deathwatch With Grim Determination Rising Tempest, the Latest Deathwatch Campaign, is Now Available “The situation has gone from bad to worse. My centre is giving way, my right flank is in retreat, and we are surrounded. I am happy to report that we have the enemy exactly where we want them.”       –Captain Angus Macfane, Fifth Company, Storm Wardens As the conflict against the Tau approaches its breaking point and paranoia over their suspected acts of sedition reaches an all-time high, the infamous Lord Commander Ebongrave seeks allies he can trust in his campaign against disloyalty. But are Tau sympathizers really maneuvering among the loyal citizens of the Imperium? And if so, what darker plans do they hold in store? Rising Tempest, an adventure in three parts for Deathwatch, is now available at your friendly local retailer and on our webstore! When the Tau make a play for dominance that threatens to tip the balance of power in the Canis Salient, they’ll unwittingly endanger the entire Jericho Reach... and only the Space Marines of the Deathwatch can stop them. Epic Adventure Rising Tempest is an epic three-part adventure that takes players across the Canis Salient and into midsts of the Hadex anomaly: The Depths of Treachery—The Kill-team travels to the iron heart of the Canis Salient to eradicate a subversive xenos presence imperiling the might of the Imperial war machine. But stirring in the chaos of sedition and catastrophy, they’ll stumble upon something much darker. Assault on Javar Nil—Pursuing clues of an ancient evil, the Battle-Brothers find themselves caught between the factions of a holy schism on the shrine world of Eleusis. There, they must safeguard the blessed core of the Achilus Crusade. Exterminatus—Struck at the very bastion of their power, the Kill-team must brave the horrors of the Hadex anomaly and return to a long-lost citadel to save their galaxy from utter ruin! In the Heart of the Achilus Crusade For more on Rising Tempest, here’s a word from lead developer Tim Flanders: Coming to shelves as the latest adventure for the Deathwatch line, Rising Tempest is going to challenge players in ways they'd never expect. Deathwatch GMs have never wanted for villains, adversaries, and snarling monsters to face their players with, especially in a setting as hotly contested as the Jericho Reach. Right alongside the forces of Chaos and a full-scale Tyranid invasion, the Tau threaten the progress of the Achilus Crusade. In Rising Tempest, players will learn just what makes a race like the Tau so dangerous to the mighty Imperium of Man. Game Masters will also have the opportunity to really challenge the honour and faith of their players' characters throughout the course of Rising Tempest, as they embroil their players in not only a conflict against a xenos threat, but also in the very heart and mind of the Achilus Crusade and a bitter feud within the ranks of the Ecclesiarchy. In the end, players and GMs may find that where bolter and power sword fail, the righteousness and grim determination of the Adeptus Astartes will carry them to victory. To learn more, read Lurking Beneath the Surface, our preview of Rising Tempest. Then, head to your local retailer and pick up your copy today! Discuss this article in our forums! Deathwatch collection is © Games Workshop Ltd. 2010-2013. Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer 40,000 Role Play, Deathwatch, the foregoing marks’ respective logos, Deathwatch, and all associated marks, logos, places, names, creatures, races and race insignia/devices/logos/symbols, vehicles, locations, weapons, units and unit insignia, characters, products and illustrations from the Warhammer 40,000 universe and the Deathwatch game setting are either ®, ™, and/or © Games Workshop Ltd 2000-2013, variably registered in the UK and other countries around the world. This edition published under license to Fantasy Flight Publishing, Inc. All rights reserved to their respective owners.

The Storm Wardens
Published 5 April 2012 | Deathwatch The Storm Wardens A preview of Honour the Chapter, the upcoming supplement for Deathwatch “What threat might require an entire Chapter of the Adeptus Astartes to guard against it? I for one sleep no sounder at night knowing that such warriors guard our Imperium, for my nightmares are haunted all the more by what enemies they watch for."      –Lord Sector Marius Hax Last month, we announced the upcoming release of Honour the Chapter, a supplement for Deathwatch. This comprehensive sourcebook provides a wealth of options for players interested in characters drawn from Chapters created during the Second or subsequent Foundings. What’s more, it contains new character creation rules, a wealth of relics unique to each Chapter, and plenty of guidance and adventure seeds for Game Masters! Unsung heroes Today, we’re pleased to offer a glimpse at the pages of Honour the Chapter with a preview of the Storm Wardens, one of the most secretive Chapters in the Imperium. Isolated on the gloomy Forbidden World of Sacris, the Storm Wardens adamantly protect their privacy while training in the use of close-quarters weaponry. Indeed, it is in close combat that many of the Storm Wardens’ traditions are most fully expressed, for they are possessed of a fierce sense of pride and believe that honour is to be found in the act of striking an enemy down with one’s own hand. To this end, the Storm Wardens utilize the fearsome claymore wielded by the clans of Sacris, each Battle-Brother practicing endlessly until he is a master in its use. Only when he is judged worthy is a Battle-Brother formally allowed to wield his claymore on the field of battle, mostly limiting its use to officers and veterans. Many claymores have been passed down through the generations, and some are truly ancient relics forged by the clans of Sacris and later fitted with power field generators to wreath their mighty blades in shimmering, deadly force. Warriors who have attained the acclaim of their entire Chapter are henceforth known as Tempest Blades, and are grouped together into special veteran squads within the 1st Company. Download today’s preview (pdf, 3.5 MB) to learn more about the Tempest Blades, then look for Honour the Chapter on store shelves later this quarter! Discuss this article in our forums! Deathwatch collection is © Games Workshop Ltd. 2010-2013. Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer 40,000 Role Play, Deathwatch, the foregoing marks’ respective logos, Deathwatch, and all associated marks, logos, places, names, creatures, races and race insignia/devices/logos/symbols, vehicles, locations, weapons, units and unit insignia, characters, products and illustrations from the Warhammer 40,000 universe and the Deathwatch game setting are either ®, ™, and/or © Games Workshop Ltd 2000-2013, variably registered in the UK and other countries around the world. This edition published under license to Fantasy Flight Publishing, Inc. All rights reserved to their respective owners.

Combat the Alien with Downloadable Knowledge
Published 13 March 2012 | Deathwatch Combat the Alien with Downloadable Knowledge The Jericho Reach is now on sale via download “Every one of these worlds belongs to Him-on-Terra already; they merely require His servants to enforce that dominion over them. Any soul who claims otherwise is a coward and a traitor, worthless to the Imperium except as an example to others whose belief may falter.”       –Excerpt from Volume IV of Lord Militant Achilus’ memoirs Band together with your Battle-Brothers and combat alien threats. The Jericho Reach provides in-depth information on the struggles of Kill-teams currently operating throughout the Reach and important resources for Deathwatch players and Game Masters alike. Additionally, this tome offers a full adventure that will test even the most battle-hardened members of the Deathwatch. The Jericho Reach is now available at drivethrurpg.com and rpgnow.com! Surrounded by alien threats Lead your brothers into combat against Hive Fleet Dagon. Once regarded as little more than a small Tyranid splinter fleet, Hive Fleet Dagon now posses a significant threat to Orpheus Salient. If the Deathwatch cannot stall Hive Fleet Dagon’s advance, they may lose the entire Jericho Reach. Meanwhile, the Deathwatch also clashes with the Chaos-worshipping forces of Stigmartus in the Acheros Salient. In the Canis Salient, controversy rages as some suggest a partnership with the Tau, and a brutal witch hunt ensues to track down anyone subscribing to such beliefs. Learn more about the personalities, planets, and themes of each salient within the reach. This information fuels adventures and further immerses players in the rich setting of Deathwatch. Gather your arms, brothers, and prepare to meet the alien threat. With so many gripping storylines, you’ll want to explore them all. Get your copy of Deathwatch: The Jericho Reach from drivethrurpg.com and rpgnow.com. Discuss this article in our forums! Deathwatch collection is © Games Workshop Ltd. 2010-2013. Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer 40,000 Role Play, Deathwatch, the foregoing marks’ respective logos, Deathwatch, and all associated marks, logos, places, names, creatures, races and race insignia/devices/logos/symbols, vehicles, locations, weapons, units and unit insignia, characters, products and illustrations from the Warhammer 40,000 universe and the Deathwatch game setting are either ®, ™, and/or © Games Workshop Ltd 2000-2013, variably registered in the UK and other countries around the world. This edition published under license to Fantasy Flight Publishing, Inc. All rights reserved to their respective owners.

Honour The Chapter
Published 8 March 2012 | Deathwatch Honour The Chapter Announcing the upcoming release of a new supplement for Deathwatch “Today we face those who betrayed our predecessors. Today we bring death to those who turned from the light of the Emperor and broke faith with their brothers. Today we bring honour to those who came before us as we lay low these traitors! For Vilamus! For Guilliman! For the Emperor!"       –Brother-Captain Haeron of the Marines Errant The brethren of the Deathwatch are the champions of humanity, the elite of the elite, and the very best the thousand and more Chapters of the Adeptus Astartes can produce. But while many Battle-Brothers are drawn from the most well known Chapters—the Blood Angels, the Space Wolves, the Ultramarines, and others of the First Founding—still more hail from lesser known bodies, the Successors of the great Legions. Some of these Chapters are every bit as famous as their celebrated progenitors, while others are all but unheralded. Nevertheless, all are heroes. Fantasy Flight Games is pleased to announce the upcoming release of Honour the Chapter, a supplement for Deathwatch! Honour the Chapter provides a wealth of options for players interested in characters drawn from Chapters created during the Second or subsequent Foundings. This comprehensive tome contains new character creation rules, a wealth of relics unique to each Chapter, and plenty of guidance and adventure seeds for Game Masters. From throughout the Imperium For more on Honour the Chapter, here’s a word from its lead developer, Tim Flanders: As the second book I’ve developed for the Deathwatch line, Honour the Chapter was an exciting project for me. Since the Core Rulebook, we've had a good chance to cover our core of Space Marine Chapters, and with First Founding we were able to bring the remaining progenitor Chapters to the fore. But now, for the first time since the inception of Deathwatch, we will be giving a huge number of the other myriad Chapters of the Adeptus Astartes the attention they deserve. I think players are going to really enjoy the chance to play Battle-Brothers from Chapters throughout the Imperium, each with as much depth as the Chapters we've covered in our past products. Of course, with all this variety comes a price. Trying to form a Kill-team out of Battle-Brothers from such disparate backgrounds, all with their own histories, combat doctrines, and philosophies is tough work. Thankfully, we've covered that, too! GMs will find Honour the Chapter indispensable for making the most of their campaigns, by highlighting the strengths of their players, their characters, and the relationships between the Chapters of the Adeptus Astartes. In this way, they’ll really make their players feel like the epic heroes of the Imperium that they are! For ten millennia, Space Marines from a thousand chapters have fought and died in the name of the Emperor of Man. Keep checking back as we preview Honour the Chapter in the coming weeks, and late in the second quarter, take your place among the legends of the Adeptus Astartes! Discuss this article in our forums! Deathwatch collection is © Games Workshop Ltd. 2010-2013. Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer 40,000 Role Play, Deathwatch, the foregoing marks’ respective logos, Deathwatch, and all associated marks, logos, places, names, creatures, races and race insignia/devices/logos/symbols, vehicles, locations, weapons, units and unit insignia, characters, products and illustrations from the Warhammer 40,000 universe and the Deathwatch game setting are either ®, ™, and/or © Games Workshop Ltd 2000-2013, variably registered in the UK and other countries around the world. This edition published under license to Fantasy Flight Publishing, Inc. All rights reserved to their respective owners.


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