By Games Workshop
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The Astra Militarum, generally known as the Imperial defend, is constructed from numerous squaddies from 1000000 worlds. they're mere mortals in a galaxy of gods and monsters, and but, at a time whilst the Imperium of Mankind is beset on either side, it's the accountability of the Astra Militarum to carry again the tide.
Inside this 104 web page, complete color hardback booklet you are going to find:
- An account of ways the Astra Militarum rose from the ashes of treachery to win honour and glory amid 10000 years of bloodshed.
- complete descriptions of all of the characters, devices and automobiles on hand to the Astra Militarum; together with every one unit's position at the battlefield, its principles and precise skills.
- A complete military record as a way to shape an Astra Militarum assortment right into a wonderful and lethal tabletop army.
- A show off of Astra Militarum miniatures provided within the diverse color schemes of the numerous recognized regiments.
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