2Adeptus Arbites Task Teams3Adeptus Arbites Updates / Quotes / Ranks4
Adeptus Arbites Army List5Adeptus Arbites Special Rules6Adeptus Arbites Armoury / Summary7Adeptus Arbites Wargear8Adeptus Arbites Grenades9Adeptus Arbites Vehicle Weaponry10Adeptus Arbites Vehicle Upgrades11
Headquarters12Elites16Troops18Transport21Fast Attack22Heavy Support23Support Weapons24Reinforcements25Sample Images26
The Book of Judgement25The Adeptus Arbites29Adeptus Arbites Equipment30Joining the Adeptus Arbites31The Penal Legion32Prisoner Harris33The Lone Rider34Psy-Detective Deacon35The Psykana Letter36Jeremiah Rage, Part 137Bug Incursion38Executioner Rounds40Regarding Lex Imperialis41The Precinct Fortress and Courthouse42Adeptus Arbite Ranks44
This Codex has been made possible due to the efforts of:Gavin Tyler, Tim Huckelbery, Jeff Wiertalla, Jeff Wild, Robey Jenkins, Andrew.W. Fawcett, Matt “Dead Cat“ Forish, John “Krinos” Jones, Jervis Johnson,Dave Bell, Magnus “Kendoka”Johansson, Jeff Wild, Yann “Cawdor” Billaud,Lord Bain, Tracy M. Bowee, Brendan McCann, Mike Montour, Hussar, Wolf,Tigger, Dave Bartlett, Clint Beaver, Jason Dillingham, Jason Dyer, TerryMcGregor, Heath McNutt, Grant Passmore, Chris Rahn, Graham Sheckles,Lee Shirk ... and all other Judges out there ...The origin of the Adeptus Arbites can be traced back to “Judge Dredd theRole Playing Game” and the original Warhammer 40,000 Rogue Trader.A short Adeptus Arbites Army List was published in White Dwarf 169. Laterit made an appearance under the name “The Penal Legions” in CitadelJournal 12, 1995. Written by Gavin Tyler and friends.Over the years the Warhammer 40k rules changed and so did this codex.It was reprinted in Citadel Journal 28/29, this time edited by Xxxxxxx.The work continued by many independant persons who published their ideason the Internet. In the year 2000, atleast twenty different AA Codexes wasfloating around. The most “official” of these being one edited by Krinos andanother by Tim Huckelbery.In early 2001 Tim Huckelbery of Games Workshop US decided to put someserious efforts into his version in order to make it Chapter Approved forWH40k 3rd Ed. At the same time similar ideas was nurished by Jeff Wiertallaand Magnus Johansson. Jeff contacted Tim and they formed a Yahoo-group(http://groups.yahoo.com/adeptus_arbites_garrison) and invited playtesters.Magnus focused on compiling all written material about the Arbitrators(including other rules and roleplaying stuff) he could find on the internet,trying to put together a solid background for the army.One part of this work was to give the Codex a more official look, mimicingthe layout of the official Games Workshop© publications, making this PDF.He (I) also implemented many of the ideas that came up through the group.Racing side-by-side with the Yahoo-Arbies was Games Workshops ownCodex team - although this was unknown to the Tim-group until May 2001.Notwanting to clash with GW, the work ceased. Later the same year it becameclear that GW wouldn´t produce an Arbie Codex themselves and the groupcontinued their work, greatly inspired by master fluffist Robey Jenkins.In 2002, Magnus left the Yahoo group and focused in bringing what hethought were the best ideas together. The result is this Unofficial Codex.
“To detect and to purge” - motto for the Adeptus Arbites.