How many types of marines are there warhammer?
Well, Space Marines and Chaos Marines are the main ones.
Space Marines get different types, by their specialty. Assault Marines specialize in hand to hand combat. Devastator Marines specialize in heavy weapons, etc.
Many people would say Space Marines or Chaos Space Marines.
Hmm, Well Warhammer 40k is much more Violent, and has many more races and numbers, For example, the Space marines from W40k would slaughter the Terran Marines from Starcraft. but Starcraft has sold WAY more copies.
Space Marines. They are the most versatile army in Warhammer 40k.
if your talking warhammer 40k the anywhere between 5-10 i believe if not oops...:P
Answer 10 Space marines, 2 Landspeeders and 4 Bikes (Warhammer Space Marines) cost 394 points in Warhammer 40,000 5th Edition without any upgrades. you can make your army worth more by adding upgrades to them which are listed in the army rulebook.
Chaos Space Marines have a Ballistic Skill of 4
I think it really depends on how many you have or how much damage they do
Answer It really depends on the person commanding the armies.
The 2nd of April.
6, which is good enough for a squad of tactical marines. Use it to reach objectives and then snipe enemies with the lascannon!
Only in the multiplayer.
Answer Probably normal space marines, or the Ultramarines.
You'll find the answer in the Codex:Chaos Space Marines.
Answer Yes, any army can beat any other army in Warhammer, it's all up to the players' abilities.
Answer The races are: Eldar Tau Imperial Guard Space Marines Chaos Space Marines Tyranids Dark Eldar Necrons Orks Chaos Deamons Deamonhunters/Grey Knights Witchhunters/Sisters of Battle
In codex space marines under heavy support
No. The only armies in the game are Chaos or Space Marines. Being a necron player, I too wish they were in Warhammer 40k: Squad command.
In Warhammer 40K Chaos Space Marines can you use Fabius Bile's Enchanced Warriors special ability on Chaos Lords Daemon Princes?
No, only on possessed Chaos Space Marines.
They are superhuman space soldiers from Warhammer 40,000. They are bad enough, but the real challenge: The Space Cadets.
In bulk from your favorite auction website or Craigslist.
Depends on what you like. Space Marines are good in the long run, but would get their butt kicked against tau at long range. A lot of players say Space Marines
you take the role of space marines (a superhuman genetic warrior and fight chaos daemons and chaos space marines and orks i dont know the storyline but thats what happens
Space Marines (Many various Chapters) Imperial Guard Daemon Hunters* Witch Hunters* Xeno Hunters * *Part of the Emperors Holy Inquisition
It depends on the person who is playing, but Space Marines are considered to be the best all-rounders.
Eldar Space Marines Imperial Guard Dark Eldar Tau Chaos Space Marines Witch Hunters Gray knights Chaos Daemons Necrons Orks Tyranids
In the original game, without expansion packs (Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War), you have the option to play as the Orks, Space Marines, Chaos Space Marines, and Eldar. If you add the expansion pack "Winter Assault" (requires Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War or one of its standalone expansion to play) then you gain access to the Imperial Guard. The standalone expansion, "Dark Crusade" (does not require Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War, or Winter Assault to… Read More
In 40k Space Marines In fantasy Orcs and Goblins This is only an estimation. I cannot guarentee correctness. Frogapple
they used swords, warhammer,
The Warhammer universe encompasses several games. Warhammer 40k, Warhammer Fantasy, Epic 40k (Armageddon), Battlefleet Gothic, Warmaster, along with several other variants. They all come together into one "story line" and exist with the same fiction.
In the Warhammer 40,000 universe, the forces you can choose from are Chaos Daemons Chaos Space Marines Daemonhunters Dark Eldar Eldar Imperial Guard Necrons Orks Space Marines Tau Empire Tyranids Witch Hunters In the Warhammer Fantasy, the forces you can choose from are Beasts of Chaos Bretonnia Demons of Chaos Dark Elves Dwarves Empire High Elves Lizard Men Orge Kingdoms Orcs and Goblins Skaven Tomb Kings Vampire Counts Warriors of Chaos Wood Elves
Answer # Imperial Guard + Space Marines (of all types except traitors) + Eldar (sometimes under certain circumstances) + [All Imperials] # Chaos Space Marines + Chaos Daemons + any human traitors of the Imperials # Tau + Imperial Guard (under certain circumstances) # Eldar + Orks (by manipulating them) + Space Marines/Imperial Guard (under certain circumstances) # Space Marine Chapter: Soul Drinkers + Dark Eldar (happened once)
There is no set amount of 'men' required to play Warhammer, as it is a points and unit based system. Each character or unit of 'men' (Elves, dragons, Chaos Space Marines, Monsters... the list goes on) is worth a set amount of points. When you play a game or Warhammer 40,000 or Warhammer Fantasy, you and your opponent will agree on a certain points limit for the battle. You select units for your army, ensuring… Read More
It is two times the height of a space marine, and 1 and a half times the length of a predator. Are you collecting space marines?
Answer Space Marines. They are very balanced in offense and defense and great for learning the basics.
The Gamesworkshop website, you can buy them by themselves or buy the assault on Black Reach which has a small Ork army and a small Space Marines army.
It's a special rule in the 5th Ed. Space marines codex, it's with the Legion Of The Damned.
yes. they can use any weapons that are allowed in the Codex: Space Marines.
The armies are space marines, chaos space marines, orks, chaos daemons, eldar, dark eldar,gray knights, imperial guard, necrons(the best), sisters of battle, tau empire and tyranids.
Space marines Chaos space marines Necrons Orks Tau Space wolves Daemon hunters Chaos daemons Eldar Grey Knights Tyranids Blood Angles Dark Angles Dark Eldar
Yes. All armies are able to beat the other armies....... there is no "Win every game" army for you to play.
Depends what you mean by the term hard to paint. Some Space Marines have some fiddly details but altogether I say no.
Yes, you can use them as allies if the Tournament rules allow it, and/or your oppenent agrees.
No, each types rules are very different. There are some models that are used for both games, for example some chaos demones, and demonetts.
Most can but usually they have to both be on Imperium or Xenos for example Space Marines can't ally with Tyranids, but on some occasions Xenos can ally with Imperium. The Warhammer 40k Rulebook outlines which races may ally with each other.
'Health' in Warhammer is determined by wounds, or W. This represents the number of times the model can be wounded in a battle before being removed from play, and while this does not mean that the model is 'dead', it might just be incapable if fighting. Most basic models have only one wound, as it is this way with Space Marines, most marines have 1 wound, with special characters and units having 2 or 3
Choose an army: Then have a look at games workhop online have a look at your team and order your stuff! Space marines Witch Hunters Tau Empire Eldar Dark eldar Chaos Space marines( Space marines gone bad) Orks Tyranids Chaos Daemons Daemonhunters Imperial guard
Generally. Though try to keep with the theme of the race. Guard are usually earth tones.. MArines are usually bright.. ect
Yes; you can collect as many different armies, chapters and models as you want. There is nothing stopping you collecting them other than your own budget. Playing with them all simultaneously is a different thing entirely though.
Answer Necrons Chaos Space Marines Chaos Daemons Space Marines Tau Empire Eldar Tyranids Imperial Guard Black Templars Orks Dark Eldar Grey Knights Blood Angels Space Volves Witchhunters Dark Angels And More...
All armies have a good amount of fluff, the newer codexes will probably have some of the best, something that covers a broad army, such as Space Marines, will have a more generalized fluff than a specific Marines codex such as Dark Angels or Black Templar.