May 17, 2014 by brennon
So your choices for the rulebook are that you can either go for the standard set which contains the three hardback books within the slipcase or you can splurge on the Munitorum Edition of the rules which comes with a condensed version of the rules, the rules themselves, a mixture of different reference charts, some coins for marking objectives and the Psychic Power/Objective Cards needed for the game.
Talking of cards you can buy them separately of course. The Psychic Cards come with all the powers you’ll be summoning during the new phase of the game and the Tactical Objectives bring a whole new spin to the Maelstrom of War scenarios that are presented alongside the standard ones from 6th Edition.
Last but not least is the Visions of the Dark Millennium art book which is filled with a whole bunch of visual content to get you stocked for Warhammer 40,000. Pretty much this will be your go to coffee table book if you’re so inclined.
Do you think you’ll be diving into this new edition?