The Black Library. Its name is spoken seldom, and accompanied by
warding gestures. Its is a name which brings fear into the hearts of men
whose lives are sworn to battle against the dark forces which seek the end
of the realm of man. It is a place of darkness, a final bastion of knowledge
of the darkest of places, the hope of mankind embodied in the truth of its
It was to the Black Library that the Eldar carried
their knowledge, in the wake of the Fall, when the galaxy itself writhed in
agony and their race died. There, the grim secrets of the Dark Gods lies.
There are the names and deeds of the Traitor Legions. There, hidden
in the deepest shadows, lies the truth of the Fallen Eldar. There rests the
record of the dark soul of man and Eldar, the truth of the terror which
the galaxy may yet become. Tread warily, for the Guardians of the Black
Library watch these halls, and the Forces of Darkness wait beyond the
thin veil of reality.
This section contains material I've written for Warhammer 40,000. This will
not be updated any time soon. I don't play 40k much anymore; I've completely
abandoned and forsaken all other GW games. The attitude, the prices and
the failing quality of Citadel ventures have driven me, at long last, from
their games. I could go on a rant about Rogue Trader and the Way Things
Used To Be, but I won't. Most people passing through here wouldn't know
or care anyway.
The Dark Eldar, an army list for the fallen
bretheren of the noble Eldar, including special characters such as
Arhra, the Fallen Phoenix.
includes mines and minelayers for each
of the Warhammer 40,000 races.
of Antiquity, an ancient human nation
established in the great expansion into space twenty thousand years before
the rise of the Imperium.
New Stuff --
some new characters and unit types for
various races including the infamous Doc Meg Blag and his Exploding Body
Parts, the Wulfen Company and Space Marine Snipers.