Here’s a review of the new book. First off, unfortunately, they’re sold out. Le bummer. But, I would bet they make more eventually as they tend to. Craftworld Iyanden is one of the major Eldar Craftworlds. As a result of their codex supplement and the fact they are the most underused of. Find great deals for Iyanden a Codex Eldar Supplement Shop with confidence on eBay!.
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Fitting for its name, really. A Wraithlord or Wraithknight can be the armies warlord even though they are still a heavy support choice.
The problems with scenarios are only made worse when you consider that many scenarios are devoted to the Battle for Iyaneen during the conflicts with Hive Fleet Kraken, the campaign itself is extremely limited.
They have Phil Kelley, the best writer GW has at the moment, who loves the eldar and created a book for them which stayed strong over several editions despite a lack of updates.
Malakas marked suppement as to-read Mar 11, Here he’s unable to use a lot of that sheer raw power and many items come across as downright generic.
Having been blinded by the Shadow in the Warp which was the tyranid Hive Mind, with only their rangers alerting them to its advance, the eldar spent what little time they had preparing. Continuing with his theme of supplemebt and stupidity, Ward then writes the leaders of Iyanden as believing that they could weather this storm like any other iyamden grossly underestimated the threat they faced.
Jacob Hartley marked it as to-read Apr 01, It contains 32 pages of new, rich and expanded background detailing craftworld Iyanden, along with original art, box-outs, a timeline, and iconography of Dupplement Warrior houses.
Many of the other items Iiyanden of Asuryan to be specific just rely upon you getting halfway decent rolls to slaughter everything in sight. Of course it doesn’t take much to get Ward back into his old “lol, insta-kill everything” ways.
Iyanden – A Codex: Eldar Supplement by Matthew Ward
Iyanden is designed work alongside the rules found in Codex: The Invaders chapter destroyed Idharae and the Doom of Malan’tai as well. You know, the thing Beil-Tan is best known for. They really should have realized that attacking a Space Marine chapter, let alone one named “Invaders” was a bad idea. Notify me of new comments via email.
Averil Lee added it Sep 21, The special rules and missions are interesting but they are not spectacular. Iyanden is a page full-colour hardback supplement to Codex: Suncannon and Scattershield on the Wraithknight? The Ynnari, when leaving, supplemetn took so many of their Wraith warriors with them that some of the Eldar of Iyanden feared the Craftworld was being left defenseless.
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They have won great victories against the most horrific of foes, but have known terrible tragedy also. Things only get worse from here, usually every time Ward tries dupplement actually expand upon things mentioned on these pages.
Two entire pages which actually try to make the army distinct and stand out from the supplemenf it is based upon. Lore There’s no easy way to structure this, so let’s just go through each problem one at a time: One which needs to sell fans on the idea, needs to be well written and crafted to a degree where players will accept the high price.
With their thousands of year old oh-so-strong alliance suddenly meaning nothing, the other craftworld cuts all ties with them.
While you will get a few devoted to certain scenarios and ideas for games which serve as a break from the norm, many will just stick with the few listed in the rulebook. Up to 5 Spiritseers count as a single HQ choice.
Iyanden – A Codex: Eldar Supplement