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Table of Contents

BACKGROUND......................................................................................................................................................... 2
THE ELDAR ARMY ................................................................................................................................................. 3
SPECIAL RULES....................................................................................................................................................... 4
AVATARS................................................................................................................................................................... 4
ELDAR KNIGHT PSYCHIC LANCES ............................................................................................................................. 4
HOLO-FIELDS............................................................................................................................................................. 4
SAMPLE ARMY: SAIM-HANN CRAFTWORLD ................................................................................................ 5
CRAFTWORLD ELDAR.......................................................................................................................................... 6
ALAITOC.................................................................................................................................................................... 6
BIEL-TAN .................................................................................................................................................................. 7
IYANDEN ................................................................................................................................................................... 7
SAIM-HANN............................................................................................................................................................... 8
ULTHWE .................................................................................................................................................................... 8
DARK ELDAR............................................................................................................................................................ 9
ELDAR KNIGHTS................................................................................................................................................... 13
EXODITES................................................................................................................................................................ 14
HARLEQUINS ......................................................................................................................................................... 17
UNIT DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 19
SPECIAL UNITS ........................................................................................................................................................ 19
INFANTRY................................................................................................................................................................ 21
CAVALRY ................................................................................................................................................................ 22
WALKERS ................................................................................................................................................................ 22
VEHICLES ................................................................................................................................................................ 22
LIGHT ARTILLERY................................................................................................................................................... 23
HEAVY ARTILLERY ................................................................................................................................................. 23
FLIERS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 24
KNIGHTS.................................................................................................................................................................. 25
SUPERHEAVIES ........................................................................................................................................................ 25
ELDAR TITANS ...................................................................................................................................................... 26
WEAPON DESCRIPTIONS .......................................................................................................................................... 26
WEAPON COSTS....................................................................................................................................................... 28
WEAPON SUMMARY................................................................................................................................................ 28
PHANTOM TITAN TEMPLATE ................................................................................................................................... 29
REVENANT SCOUT TITAN TEMPLATE ...................................................................................................................... 30
SHADOW SPINNER TEMPLATE ................................................................................................................................. 31
WARLOCK TITAN TEMPLATE................................................................................................................................... 32
ELDAR ARMY CARDS .......................................................................................................................................... 33
STANDARD ELDAR LIST........................................................................................................................................... 33
CODEX CRAFTWORLD LISTS.................................................................................................................................... 35
SUMMARY OF UNIT STATISTICS ..................................................................................................................... 39


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Background

The Eldar are an ancient race, their civilization predating humanity by hundreds of thousands of years.
They encountered the Old Slaan, learned much of the universe that is now forgotten and they held dominion over a
large part of the galaxy. They created many beautiful things, lived long lives and when they eventually died, their
spirits passed peacefully back into the Warp to be born again. Their worlds were paradises of great beauty and
cultural achievement. After the passing of the Slaan, the Eldar excelled above all races and technology. Slowly, their
own pride began to consume the Eldar race. They became proud and arrogant and grew to view all alien races as
inferior barbarians, unworthy of respect or consideration.
The Eldar had long outgrown the need for physical labor of any kind, as their technology provided all that
was required without individual effort. This left the long-lived Eldar to spend their lives seeking pleasure and
satisfying their desires. Many gave way to the most hedonistic of impulses. Cults sprang up all over the Eldar
civilization dedicated to different aspects of sensual excesses. As these cults gained more power over the Eldar, they
became more and more corrupt, wanton and abandoned. Sadistic killers prowled the streets in search of victims. The
need for pleasures became more and more demanding, and for the Eldar it became harder and ever harder to satisfy
their desires, so their acts became more and more depraved. The bestial roar of the crowds was heard throughout the
galaxy and gutters ran with blood.
For generations the Eldar were driven with madness, and they slew and laughed and feasted upon the
corpses of the dead while worlds burned. The Old Slann are said to have forewarned the Eldar how every living
thought and feeling creates an echo in the warp, and how like characteristics re-echo together, creating a unified
circulating wave of energy. Such waves form vortices of pure energy manifesting a collective consciousness and
will. The Slann called these conscious warp creatures the Powers of Chaos and warned against them. The Eldar
learned anew as the depravity and foul sickness of the Eldar civilization raised a creature born of that depravity.
The Fall of the Eldar is said to have happened in a single orgy of destruction. With a howl of psychic
energy, a new Chaos Power awoke, rising into supernatural life and crying out his pain. A psychic implosion tore at
the universe and there was not a single Eldar who did not hear the birthing cry of agony. The spirits of the Eldar
were drawn from their minds and consumed as their god took his first infernal breath. Intoxicated with this first
drought, the Power laughed and became Slaanesh, the new Chaos God given form by the dreams of the Eldar.
The center of the psychic implosion lay at the heart of the Eldar realm but the shockwave spanned the
galaxy. Every Eldar within tens of thousands of light years was destroyed in an instant, their spirits sucked into the
Warp to feed the hungry god. Only those upon the fringes of the galaxy survived unharmed, while those closer were
spared but twisted, changed and corrupted by the power of the Warp. In but a moment, the Eldar had become a
doomed people, reduced to refugees scattered throughout space, knowing that their Great Enemy had been born and
would pursue them for the rest of eternity.
The region of space that was once the heartworlds of the Eldar became a great rend in space, now called the
Eye of Terror. Here the Warp and the material universe overlap and daemons bathe in the energy of Chaos, while
Daemon Princes and the Chaos Space Marines rule over planets turned into Hell worlds. Here lie the Crone Worlds,
the ancient worlds that once made up the Eldar empire.
Today, though few in number, the Eldar are one of the most technologically advanced races in the galaxy.
Eldar are as unreadable and unpredictable as their battle tactics, but only a fool would ignore any warnings of doom
they may foretell. These deadly alien warriors fight for their very survival as they attempt to regain their former
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The Eldar Army

The Standard Army consists of the best-known Eldar forces that appear throughout the galaxy. These
troops can represent Craftworld soldiers, exploration teams, Dark Eldar raiding parties, Exodite honor duel
expeditions or Eldar pirates. If you choose to run a Standard Army you must put at least 50% of your points into the
Standard Eldar List. The other 50% may be spent on any one Standard List other than Chaos.


Standard Army At least 50% of your points into… Up to 50% into…
Eldar Standard Eldar List Any one Standard List except Chaos


Each of the Craftworlds and the Eldar Knights are separate Codex Armies. Pick one, and you must spend
75% of your points on that list plus the Standard Eldar List. You may put up to 25% of your points into one other
Craftworld, the Eldar Knights, Exodites or any one Standard List other than Chaos.
The Exodies are a Codex army. If you want to play them you have to put 75% of your points into them and
up to 25% into any of the allies listed above.
Dark Eldar are also a Codex army, and are willing to consider working with Chaos. You must put at least
75% of your points into them and may put up to 25% of your points into any one Standard List except Eldar.


Codex Army At least 75% of your points into… Up to 25% into…
Craftworld
Eldar Knights
Codex List & Standard Eldar List
Exodites Exodite List
One other Craftworld, Knights, Exodites, or
any one Standard List except Chaos
Dark Eldar Dark Eldar List Any one Standard List except Eldar


As opposed to other armies where you may not mix and match the Company and Support Cards from
different Codex lists, with Eldar Craftworlds you may do so. For example, if you’re running both Saim Hain and
Alaitoc, you may buy a Saim Hain Wind Rider Host and support it with Alaitoc Pathfinders.

Special Rule: Harlequin Masque
The Harlequin Company Card is never taken as a Core Army, instead always serving as an ally to an army
that is facing Chaos or Necrons. The Core Army must be able to take Eldar as allies, e.g. Harlequins will not show
up at a Chaos-vs-Chaos battle. Further, only a single Masque (their Company Card), up to five Support and one
Special Card may be purchased from the Harlequin list, regardless of the total points in your Core Army.

Special Rule: Eldar Knights as Allies
Eldar Knights are available as an allied contingent for any Craftworld or Exodite army. You may put up to
50% of your points into the Eldar Knight List, regardless of the Codex Army restrictions above. If the Knights are
going to show up at all, they’re going to show up in force!

Note: The Exodite and Dark Eldar armies should be considered optional and require the approval of your opponent.


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Special Rules

Avatars
An Avatar is the embodied spirit of a Craftworld’s War God and a physical representation of the suppressed
Eldar racial passions – war, revenge, bloodlust, hatred and death. As the Eldar prepare for war the collective psychic
resonance from the thousands of warriors will gather together, becoming stronger and more intense. As the battle
draws near these psychic energies emerge as a nigh-indestructible form of red-hot iron. Molten metal flows through
it's frame like blood, and drips and sizzles from his mouth, running down his arms and splattering on the ground. His
terrifying appearance has earned him the title of the Bloody-Handed God. Should the physical shell be destroyed his
spirit will retreat to a throne deep within the Craftworld, where it will draw strength and await the next call to battle.
The Avatar is a raging spirit and blind to the notions of tactics or objectives, his only purpose is to wreak as much
death and destruction as possible.
Any Craftworld force may include an Avatar. This is a Free Card and is in addition to the rest of the Eldar
force, so it does not reduce the number of Special and Support Cards allowed. The Avatar is not actually under the
player's control and is not given orders. He will automatically move 15 cm towards the nearest enemy in the
Compulsory Movement phase. If this distance is enough to reach the enemy then he will stop and engage it in Close
Combat. If the Avatar is not engaged in Close Combat then he will fire his spear at the nearest enemy model in the
First Fire phase.
The Avatar has the Command, Fear, Fearless and Hard to Hit abilities. The Avatar's saving throw is a fixed
2+ against absolutely everything: physical, psychic, Close Combat, instant-kill or special ability. The only way to
kill the Avatar is to hit him a lot and pray for a "1".

Eldar Knight Psychic Lances
All Eldar Knights are equipped with a Psychic Lance for use in Close Combat. They function only on the
turn when the Knight charges another unit. They do not work if the Knight itself has been charged, or on the second
or later rounds of Close Combat. When a Knight charges into combat, roll a D6 before resolving the combat:

Roll Effect on most units Effect vs. a Hit Location Template
1-3 No effect: resolve combat as normal. No effect: resolve combat as normal.
4-5 The target's CAF is reduced to zero for this round of CC. CAF is reduced by D6 for this round of CC.
6 The target takes a hit at 0 TSM before CC dice are rolled. CAF is halved for this round of CC.

In addition, Psychic Lances are particularly effective against Greater Daemons. When a Greater Daemon is
attacked, it must make its basic saving throw or be destroyed (it cannot use Chaos Cards to save itself). Apply a -1
modifier to this roll for each Eldar Knight beyond the first that adds its Lance to the charge. The Chaos player may
apply add +1 to the roll for each Chaos Card he sacrifices. These cards must be discarded before dice are rolled.

Holo-fields
Some units use a protective system known as a Holo-field. This device wreaks havoc on targeting systems
and makes the unit difficult to hit. The dispersion of the field and the distortion it produces are dependent on both
the mass and the speed with which the unit is moving. A Holo-field grants a Fixed Save against all incoming shots
according to the orders it has. This save is ineffective against template weapons, as well as psychic attacks that do
not require line of sight. However, any barrage template that covers the unit will always scatter regardless of
whether it is direct fire or not.

Titan is on… Non-titan is on… Fixed Save
- First Fire Orders 5+
First Fire Orders Advance or Fall Back Orders 4+
Advance or Fall Back Orders Charge Orders 3+
Charge Orders - 2+


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Special Ability: Waystone Spirit
To the Eldar, the prospect of death represents a final horror unthinkable to a human and unimaginable to an
Ork. When an Eldar dies his consciousness passes into the Warp where The Enemy, Slaanesh the Bane of the Eldar
and Great Power of Chaos, awaits to consume it. Every Eldar wears around his neck a small gem called a Waystone,
the purpouse of which is to absorb his owner’s consciousness should he be killed, thereby cheating Slaanesh of his
quarry and saving the Eldar from a fate that is literally worse than death. Waystones are implanted into the
Wraithbone skeleton of the Eldar Craftworlds, releasing the spirit of the dead Eldar into the fabric of the Eldar
Craftworld itself. Waystones can also be implanted into machines, and the consciousness they contain becomes the
controlling element of the machine, allowing the Eldar to live again in a new form. When the Eldar go to war they
are frequently accompanied by the dead in the form of Wraithguards and Wraithlords.
A Waystone Spirit unit is an artificial body with an Eldar Waystone implanted inside. They can move and
act much like living creatures, motivated by the consciousness of the dead Eldar they contain. This consciousness is
not quite the same as that of a living person, but more like a dream-state, perceiving things around about in a
shadowy and disconnected way. Waystone Spirits are both Inorganic and Artificial Intelligence. They are immune to
the restrictions of firing upon Greater Daemons and are immune to any sort of Morale effect.
They are not Robotic and do not need to be programmed before a battle. However, a Waystone Spirit must
always remain within 10 cm of a living Eldar unit and will always duplicate orders of that unit. If a Warlock is
within 10 cm of any model in the detachment, the detachment may be given any orders that turn. If they start a turn
over 10 cm away from a living Eldar unit the Waystone Spirit will charge towards the nearest living Eldar, and can
only enter Close Combat if the Eldar unit they are moving towards is engaged in Close Combat.


Sample Army: Saim-Hann Craftworld

Army Card Cost Notes
1) Wind Rider Host 650
Special: Warlock on Jetbike 125
Revenant Scout Titans 400
Unicorn Battery 150
Doomweaver Battery 150
War Walker Squadron 150
2) Falcon Host 450
Special: Warlock on Jetbike 125
Fire Prism 50
Fire Prism 50
Fire Prism 50
Fire Prism 50
Fire Prism 50
Ally: Alaitoc Craftworld (limit 750 points)
3) Falcon Host 450
Alaitoc Rangers 100
Total 3000


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Craftworld Eldar

During their heyday the Eldar traveled the galaxy in vast trading ships called Craftworlds. These trading
Craftworlds were city-sized, self-contained ecosystems housing thousands of families within a complete biosystem,
with zones containing forests and natural flora as well as urban and industrial areas. During the Fall of the Eldar
many Craftworlds were used as escape pods, carrying tens of thousands of fleeing Eldar from the decaying
homeworlds. The vast system of warp tunnels that once connected the Eldar civilization collapsed, and daemonic
intrusions from the warp have forced much of the rest to be sealed. Other tunnels have simply collapsed or the
places they led to were destroyed or desolated. Today the tunnel network still connects to millions of places
throughout the galaxy, but there are significant gaps in the system and some Craftworlds are completely isolated.
Over the millennia the isolated pockets of Eldar civilization have wandered the galaxy, some seeking to
recreate the glory of the Eldar empire, others merely fighting to avoid being consumed by the forces of Chaos. Many
of the original Craftworlds have grown considerably in size, so that some are now tens or hundreds of times larger
than the original trading ships which lie at their cores. Others have died a gradual death as their populations slowly
dwindled over the centuries, and their Craftworlds have become silent, lifeless tombs holding only the dead.
Each Craftworld is independent and conducts its own affairs and wages its own wars. Craftworlds do
sometimes ally together to face a common threat or to achieve a common objective, but such alliances are usually
temporary and have no lasting significance. Of course, all Eldar are united by a common culture and racial identity,
but that means little when it comes to defending the interests of their own particular Craftworld. Wars between one
Craftworld and another are rare, but certainly not unknown.

Alaitoc
Alaitoc Craftworld lies in the eastern edge of the galaxy – the frontier region which has never
been reconquered by the Imperium. Before the Imperium existed it was colonized by humans, Orks,
Eldar and others, and even now it remains a sprawling zone of border empires and outlaw worlds.
This melting pot of races and cultures lies far away from the immediate threat of Chaos, but even so
the threat cannot be ignored. Alaitoc Rangers explore and patrol the thousands of worlds beyond the
reach of the Imperium, secretly monitoring the isolated civilizations and strange races that live there.
All Craftworlds have scouts, but on Alaitoc the Path of the Outcast is followed by many. These Eldar
remain loyal to the Craftworld and return to it in due course or times of dire need, as well as providing
valuable information on other races.
The symbol of Alaitoc is known as the Doom of Eldanesh, the Eldar hero slain by the god
Khaine. The symbol depicts the sword of Khaine bisecting the Red Moon, the sign of Eldanesh. The
Red Moon in Eldar legend was created when Khaine slew Eldanesh, and the dead Eldar lord was
placed in the sky, the colour red acting as a constant reminder to his bloody death. The Red Moon is a
sign of ill-omen or impending battle for most Eldar, but the Alaitoc use it to remind themselves of
what happens of mortals offend the gods.

Special Rule: Alaitoc Craftworld
If you run Alaitoc Craftworld then instead of Pathfinders, you may purchase Alaitoc Rangers which have
the same stats but gain the Deploy Anywhere special ability.

Alaitoc Ranger Special Ability: Deploy Anywhere
Alaitoc Rangers are legendary for their ability to infiltrate and gain the best position on the battlefield.
During setup, Alaitoc Rangers may be placed anywhere on the battlefield that isn’t in the enemy deployment zone.
You must place the stands in a detachment within coherency and you can't place them closer than 5 cm to an enemy
unit, but other than that you may treat the entire board as their deployment zone. After setup, go to the infiltrate
movement phase and move units normally. Yes, Alaitoc Rangers get their infiltrate movement too, and this may take
them into the enemy deployment zone.


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Biel-Tan
Biel-Tan Craftworld is located towards the southern rim of the galaxy, at the edge of
what is believed to be the extent of the ancient Eldar empire. The name of the Craftworld
means ’Rebirth of Ancient Days’ and the Craftworld is represented by the rune ’The Reborn’,
standing for the principle of reincarnation - a fate thought to have befallen every Eldar before
the Fall. Amongst the Eldar, the Biel-Tan are renowned for their strong warrior ideals. For
the Eldar of Biel-Tan, the Way of the Warrior, the life-stage that encompasses the Aspect
Warriors, is considered the first step upon the Eldar Path. Upon reaching physical maturity a
Biel-Tan Eldar becomes an Aspect Warrior, and only once he has fulfilled this role can he
continue along the Eldar Path.
The Biel-Tan have taken it upon themselves to rebuild the glory of the Eldar and
therefore place greater importance on the Path of the Warrior, knowing that if a new Eldar
empire is to be forged it will be through battle and bloodshed. Colonisation by other races is
seen as a threat to the future growth of the Eldar empire. It is their philosophy that it is better
to eradicate any usurpers as soon as possible before the enemy becomes well established,
giving rise to a large number of attacks against small colonies. The Orks are particularly hated by the Biel-Tan as
they can rapidly spread across a newly colonised world. The leaders of Biel-Tan also see it as their duty to protect
the Exodite worlds, as when the time comes for the Eldar to emerge from the shadows and reclaim what is rightfully
theirs, the Exodite worlds will be the first staging points in the conquest of the other races.

Special Rule: Biel-Tan Craftworld
The Phoenix Lords are the most ancient of the Eldar Exarchs, and there is a Phoenix Lord for each type of
Aspect Warrior (Dark Reaver Phoenix Lords, Swooping Hawk Phoenix Lords, etc). While powerful they are not
normally common enough to stand out on the Epic battlefield. However, the Biel-Tan emphasis on the Path of the
Warrior has produced a proportionately higher number of Phoenix Lords and the formation of the Phoenix Host.
The Phoenix Host does not have a fixed cost or Victory Point value. After you purchase the Company-level
Phoenix Host card you must purchase any three cards of Aspect Warriors (they may be the same ones or all
different). These troops become part of the Phoenix Host and are no longer considered Support Cards.
Add a Phoenix Lord stand to each detachment of Aspect Warriors. These stands take on the exact same
characteristics as the Aspect Warriors, with the addition of the Command and HQ abilities. The completed Phoenix
Host will consist of three detachments, each with four Aspect Warriors and a Phoenix Lord of that type. Divide the
total cost by 100 and round up to determine the Victory Point total.

Example: I purchase a Phoenix Host (200 points), two cards of Dark Reapers (250 points each) and one of
Howling Banshees (150 points). The Host costs 850 points and is worth 9 Victory points. It consists of two
detachments of a Dark Reaper Phoenix Lord & four Dark Reaper stands, and one detachment of a Howling Banshee
Phoenix Lord & four Howling Banshee stands. I may now add one Special and five Support Cards to the Host.

Iyanden
This Craftworld was once the largest of all Eldar Craftworlds and its people the
most numerous. Iyanden was also the scene of the Eldar’s first encounter with the Tyranid -
the all-consuming, locust-like alien menace. Endless waves of Tyranid warriors swept over
the Craftworld, each eventually beaten by the Eldar but at a progressively higher cost. The
Tyranids’ psychic warp blockade disabled the Craftworld’s warp tunnels and prevented the
Eldar from summoning help from other Craftworlds. As a last, desperate gamble, the Eldar
decided to wake their dead to repel the invaders. The ancient Spirit Stones were removed
from their resting place and installed into animated fighting bodies called Wraiths and
Ghosts. The Wraithguard and Ghost Warriors turned the tide of battle and the Tyranids were
beaten back, but it was a hollow victory for Iyanden. Their once-proud world stood in ruins
and four-fifths of the inhabitants lay dead in its shattered halls. The Craftworld and its people had been dealt a blow
from which they could never recover.
Since their awakening, many of the Iyanden spirit warriors have gradually drifted back into the slumber of
death. Their Spirit Stones have been re-implanted into the Wraithbone core that forms the psycho-active skeleton
framework of the Craftworld. However, many linger in wakefulness, driven by anger and a burning desire for
vengeance. These metal-bodied heroes of long ago wait for the call of battle and a chance to vent their wrath upon
the enemies of their race.
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The Iyanden Eldar are on the brink of extinction, and they rely heavily on Wraithguard and Wraithlords in
their warhosts. This reliance on the dead has given rise to an increase in the numbers of psykers specialised in
raising the souls of the Eldar from where they reside in the Infinity Circuit. These necromantic psykers known as
Spiritseers are adept at communing with the souls of the dead and act as a node for the spirits roused.

Special Rule: Iyanden Craftworld
If you run Iyanden Craftworld you may field the Wraith Host, composed of a Warlock, two Wraithguard
and two Wraithlord detachments. It may not field Guardian Hosts as there simply aren’t enough living infantry to
balance out the risk of fielding them without Falcon transports.

Saim-Hann
Saim-Hann was one of the first Craftworlds to flee from the Eldar home worlds as the
Fall approached and it still retains many ties with the Exodites who preceded them. This
Craftworld is renowned amongst the other Eldar as a slightly wild and dangerous place.
Whereas the other Craftworlds have long-since developed the Eldar Path as a means of self-
control, in the Saim-Hann Craftworld the Eldar Path is followed in a less formal manner. It is as
if the people of Saim-Hann have a thin veneer of Eldar ways, covering the wild and carefree
Eldar of old. Other Craftworlds regard this as very dangerous, because these are the very traits
which led to daemonic possession, the invasions of Chaos and the original Fall of the Eldar.
Some Eldar even regard the Saim-Hann Craftworld as a nest of wild barbarians living
at the edge of Eldar society. However they are thought of, the raucous, boastful warriors of
Saim-Hann are skilled jetbikers and aggressive, mobile troops. The speed and power of these
barely-controllable machines is a symbol of warrior prowess, with young pilots determined to
out-do each other in battle. The most famous of the Saim-Hann are the Wild Riders who go into battle riding
Jetbikes and Vypers, excelling at swift raids.

Special Rule: Saim-Hann Craftworld
If you run Saim-Hann Craftworld you may field the Wind Rider Host, composed of two Vyper Squads and
three Jetbike Squads. On the down side, you may not field the Tempest Host as your soldiers are far too eager to ride
their high-speed jetbikes into combat to tie themselves down into a large, cumbersome target. You are also reluctant
to field the Phantom Titan Host, preferring the smaller, faster and more agile Revenant Scout Titans. Your Warlocks
and Farseers may be mounted on jetbikes for no extra cost.

Ulthwe
Ulthwe is the most overtly militaristic Craftworld. Its people have long been
accustomed to warfare, for Ulthwe is situated perilously close to the Eye of Terror.
Constant warfare has hardened its people - not just the Aspect Warriors, but all of Ulthwean
society. The need for vigilance in the face of their greatest enemy has led to the creation of
a standing force of Guardians known as the Black Guardians of Ulthwe, after the color of
their uniforms. Thanks to this large force of permanently mobilized troops, Ulthwe has
survived almost constant warfare for thousands of years.
Among the Craftworlds, Ulthwé is known for the many Eldar who follow the Path
of the Seer. The Ulthwé make the claim that they need their numerous Farseers to keep
watch for the many and varied guises of Chaos, but those from other Craftworlds often
claim that it is the Eye of Terror itself which has tainted the inhabitants of Ulthwé and exaggerated their psychic
potential. Of all the Craftworlds, Ulthwé interferes the most in the affairs of other races: their psykers can foresee
future events with a greater precision and for a longer duration than those of other Craftworlds. The Seer Council is
constantly diverting the course of history to their own ends, with warriors from Ulthwé frequently being sent on
missions to subtly alter the balance of fate in battles that will ultimately concern their home.

Special Rule: Ulthwe Craftworld
If you run Ulthwe Craftworld you may field the Black Guardian Host, which is four Guardian Detachments
for the price of three.


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Dark Eldar

"I will never forget what I saw at Obsidian Station. The bones of five thousand brave men lay scattered
about the winding corridors. Their blood was slick upon the walls and floors of the dormitories. Their innards were
hung from control panels like grotesque decorations of some insane celebration. But not a single skull was to be
found; all taken as sick trophies by these despicable attackers."
Inquisitor Absolvus

Not all Eldar were slain in the Fall, and not all Craftworlds escaped the corruptive touch of the Warp. For
decades the Imperium did not distinguish between the various Craftworlds, attributing to all Eldar the encounters of
blood-thirsty raiders that left only the dead and horribly mutilated behind. Over time it became apparent that only
certain factions of the Eldar were responsible for the savage reputation of the Eldar. Those pirates were termed the
Dark Eldar. Though they claim themselves to be a more self-aware counterpart to the Eldar, many Eldar will deny
that such treachery is in their true nature. They claim that these vile beings were created from those Eldar who were
weak of mind and spirit and inadvertently allowed the Chaos in, which lead to the destruction of the Eldar
civilization. Now that they have been corrupted, there is no salvation for them. As such, there is an intense and
unceasing rivalry between the Eldar and the Dark Eldar.
Dark Eldar are war-hungry, bloodthirsty self-serving sadists. They respect nothing but themselves and are
utterly ruthless, and they take a positive delight in the infliction of pain and misery. They are fast, cunning,
diabolical and steeped in mystery, as those not killed outright by their hideously effective weaponry are taken
captive and vanish into the vast, dark Craftworlds where murder, slavery, torture and casual violence are the only
law. Countless untold horrors await those who are unlucky enough to survive the initial assault. Though a few
soldiers have managed to hide or escape their clutches, they usually go mad from lunacy or disease. Because of this
is thought that the Dark Eldar coat their blades in the most vile biological and hallucinogenic toxins imaginable,
insuring that if a swipe of the blade does not cause an instant kill, the victim will eventually die anyway.

Special Rules
Army Construction: Dark Eldar armies must purchase either an Archon (a male war leader) or Archite (female).
This card does not count as a Company Card and may not receive Support Cards of it’s own, nor does it take up a
Support or Special Card slot. You may only buy one Archon or Archite.

Combat Drugs: Many Dark Eldar troops use drugs to artificially boost their already finely honed abilities. Roll 1D6
at beginning of the game for each detachment that receive Combat drugs:

D6 Effect
1-2 Triple normal move on Charge Orders
3-4 +1 CAF
5-6 Unit becomes Fearless

Prisoners: The Dark Eldar almost always take prisoners during their raids. When a unit in Close Combat with the
Dark Eldar is broken and fails it's Morale check, roll a D6 for each stand still in base-to-base contact with a Dark
Eldar stand in the End Phase: on a roll of 4+ the stand is taken prisoner (removed) and the Dark Eldar player is
awarded 1 Victory Point.

Shadow Field: Surrounding the unit wearing it in a dark miasma of energy, a Shadow Field absorbs the energy of
any hits inflicted, making protected units almost immune to any damage. Shadow Fields are identical to Holo-fields.

Webway Portal: This is a mobile form of the portal used by the Dark Eldar to link together places via the webway.
The detachments of the Company card it is assigned to act as teleported, along with any detachment taken as
Support card of that company. The Webway Portal may be activated at the start of any Orders phase: place a
Barrage template on any point of the table and scatter it twice, determining the final position of the portal. All
teleporting units exit from the portal in the subsequent Compulsory Movement phase, and must be placed within
5cm of it. Though considered teleported units, they can be assigned any order. Only one Webway Portal may be
taken in a Dark Eldar army.

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Special Units
Archon/Archite: Dark Eldar thrive on domination and power, and those who ruthlessly use a combination of fear,
blackmail and random violence will quickly rise to positions of authority. These Dark Eldar Lords lead their
servants into battle in the search for slaves and souls, leaving worlds in ruin and a mountain of dead heaped in their
wake. Dark Eldar Lords are protected by a powerful Shadow Field (unlike the normal Shadow Field, this one grants
the Archon/Archite a 5+ fixed save). Archons are armed with Soulseeker ammunition that ignores cover. Archites
benefit from a special 4+ fixed save in Close Combat, as their years of experience in the gladiatorial arenas of
Commorragh enables them to avoid their opponents’ blows with ease.

Banshee AA Raider: This is a rapid-fire Anti-Aircraft gun mounted on a Raider.

Beastmaster: Beastmasters are a sub-sect of the Wych cult that fight against wild creatures in the arenas of
Commorragh. The Beastmasters use Combat Drugs, but always get the Triple Charge rate result in order to allow
them to keep up with their pack of Warp Beasts.

Combat Barge: The most powerful Archons and Wych Archites are the supreme lords of their respective Kabals.
They always ride converted Ravagers with a powerful Shadow Field along with their retinues. The Combat Barge is
a Skimmer, can carry 2 infantry stands and is an Open-Topped Vehicle.

Dark Warlock: Dark Warlocks are powerful psykers and use deadly Psychic powers to support the Dark Eldar
advance. A Dark Warlock may use one of the following powers once per turn:
1) Shadowed: This power enables the psyker to hide one Dark Eldar infantry detachment or model within
50 cm. The shadowed units appear to flicker in and out of their shadows, thus making them more difficult to hit or
fight them in Close Combat. The effects last until the End Phase, and all enemy units must first roll 4+ in order to
shoot at shadowed units, and even if successful they must do so at -1 To-Hit. Shadowed units in Close Combat
receive +2 CAF.
2) Shroud of Darkness: Target one detachment within 50 cm and line of sight. On a 4+ the unit cannot fire
any weapons or enter Close Combat this turn. If the affected unit attempts to move, roll the scatter die for direction
for each model every 5 cm, with a “hit” indicating movement in the desired direction. All direct fire aimed at the
shrouded unit is at –1 To-Hit. This is an ethereal psychic power.
3) Death Grip: The Dark Warlock may attack any model within 25 cm range and line of sight. On 4+ the
model is destroyed, with no Armor Save allowed. Units with active Shields (any type) are unaffected, but if there are
no shields then the crew of the unit is reduced. The unit may not move this turn and suffers a -1 To-Hit penalty for
the rest of the game. This is an ethereal psychic power.

Dracon/Dracite: Dracons and Dracites lead the various Kabals in battle. These officials will protect their Lord in
battle but, as the Dark Eldar are an evil and power-hungry race, a Lord requires a retinue to also protect him from
his own followers nearly as much as they are required to shield him from the enemy! Dracons are armed with
Soulseeker ammunition that ignores cover, and benefit from a special 5+ fixed save in Close Combat, as their years
of experience in the gladiatorial arenas of Commorragh enable them to avoid their opponents’ blows with ease.

Enslaver Raider: The Enslaver is a diabolical vehicle used by the Dark Eldar to capture slaves. Like all Dark Eldar
vehicles it is a skimmer, fiendishly fast and weakly armored. The Enslaver is armed with a Net-thrower which fires a
net of psychoactive Wraithcrystal fibres. The net contains a psychic charge which renders anybody caught inside
inactive without causing them any physical harm, and the Enslaver then moves to the netted victims and hauls them
inside to be transported away.
The Net-thrower fires an individual web template (the Doomweaver template): take one template and place
it over the intended target anywhere within LoS and range. Roll a Scatter die, and if you roll an arrow the template
scatters 1d6cm it the arrow’s direction. Place the template number-side up in the location indicated with the number
1 printed on it towards the firing model, 2 other templates are placed joining the original template on a random edge
determined by rolling 2d6 (if you roll the same edge twice the second template is wasted). Anything under the
templates is hit on 4+, but is only effective only against infantry. Since the net's charge is psychic, Psychic saves
apply but armor saves do not. Place any stand hit upside down and it can neither move nor fire until end of battle. If
any Dark Eldar unit moves into base-to-base contact with a netted stand, it is captured and counts as a prisoner (+1
Victory Point each).

Grotesques: All Dark Eldar take pleasure in suffering, especially in the infliction of pain. Some Grotesques have
become so obsessed by this need for torture that they have turned on their own bodies, others are less happy about
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their twisted, manipulated flesh, having fallen to the Hæmonculi for some slight, real or imagined. Grotesques cause
Fear and are Stupid.

Hæmonculus: Haemonculi are experimenters and torturers beyond compare. They treat the infliction of misery and
death as the highest of arts, gleefully producing choruses of screams and taking delight in every nuance of
discomfort and woe. Haemonculi carry arcane Crucibles of Malediction that contain the trapped and tortured souls
of psykers. Any non-Dark Eldar psyker that attempts to use a Psychic power within 50 cm of a Hæmonculus must
first roll 4+ or die horribly.

Hellions: Mounted on multi-bladed skyboards, Hellions sweep down from the sky screaming chilling battlecries.
They delight in surprise attacks, using their speed and specialised weapons to strike quick and hard, then moving out
of range before the enemy can turn their guns on them. Hellions always use Combat Drugs before battles. The
Hellion skyboard confers a 6+ ‘jink’ save (already factored in the unit’s stats).

Incubi: None can tell what the true aims of the Incubi are. On the surface their only need appears to be excelling in
their martial skills. It is claimed that they battle with each other, to determine their position within their own ranks:
the victor of each deadly duel given the privilege of taking the weapons and armour of their opponent. Some have
even challenged the Dark Father himself, but whether they won or died, none can say. That they have some hidden
plan, some unfulfilled agenda, is without doubt. Whatever their reasons, no Dark Eldar Lord worth of any thought is
without a force of this incredible warriors to protect him. They guard as much against the machinations of those
within the Kabals as attacks from enemies on the battlefield.

Mandrakes: Mandrakes are the most malevolent of the Dark Eldar, preying on their own kind from the shadows of
Commorragh. On the battlefield they move ahead of the main force, spreading terror and confusion. They have both
Infiltration and Stealth.

Raider: Dark Eldar vehicles are highly technologically advanced, as evinced by their sleek, fast Raiders. Squads
mounted on Raiders sweep across the battlefield, darting swiftly from one fight to the next, never staying still long
enough for the enemy to bring sufficient force to destroy them. The Raider is a Skimmer, can carry 2 infantry stands
and is an Open-Topped Vehicle.

Ravager: Ravagers are variants of the Raider. Mounting a deadly battery of heavy weapons, they are the bane of
tanks and other vehicles across the galaxy. Combining amazing speed with awesome weaponry, they can easily
outmanoeuvre and blow apart the lumbering vehicles of other races. The Ravager is a Skimmer and an Open-
Topped Vehicle.

Raven Interceptor: The Raven fighter allows the Dark Eldar to easily target enemy armour, which it then destroys
with its Dark Lances, reducing the risk of exposing the fragile Raider transports to fire from enemy Tanks. Once all
enemy armoured units are destroyed, the Raven then supports the attack by strafing enemy infantry positions with its
Long-barrelled Splinter Cannon.

Razorwing Fighter-Bomber: The Razorwing is often used to suppress enemy infantry with its Splinter Cannons
and pin the survivors with its Horrorfex to allow the Dark Eldar ground forces to finish the job. The Razorwing is
also equipped with Dark Lances should the Raiders need additional anti-armour support. The dreaded Horrorfex
fires a devastating Psychic barrage. Place the 6 cm template within line of sight, and if any models under the
template are hit, the entire unit’s detachment must pass a Morale check or go on Fall-back orders. The check is
modified by -1 for any models hit in excess of one. Since the Terrorfex produces psychic hallucinations, a succesful
Psychic save by any member of the unit negates the need to make a Morale check.

Reaver Jetbikes: Riding ultra-fast jetbikes, Reavers combine speed with excellent close-quarter fighting. They race
ahead of the main Dark Eldar attack, slicing through enemy squads without pause. Reaver Jetbikes pilots often
assume Combat Drugs before battles.

Scourges: On black pinions, Scourges drop from the skies, their heavy weapons unleashing a hail of splinters and
pulses of dark energy. They attack wherever they please, striking where least expected, using their wings to quickly
retreat or drive forward depending on the enemy’s strength.

Shadow Raider: An anti-Titan Shadow Cannon, mounted on a Raider and protected by a powerful Shadow Field.

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Shadow Spinner: The Dark Eldar employs one type of titan to add punch to their raids, the Shadow Spinner. Its
main weapon is the Shadow Weaver (which uses the same rules of the Eldar Doomweaver). It is also equipped with
a Disintigrator, a pair of Dark Lances and a Shadow Field generator for defence. The titan is very fast and can dodge
incoming shots when moving quickly. To reflect this, when on Charge orders all shooting suffers -1 To Hit penalty
against it.

Talos: Constructed by the insane Hæmonculi, the Talos is a dreadnaught-sized torture device that sweeps across the
battlefield on anti-gravitic motors, latching on to its foes and incarcerating them within its armoured shell. The death
spasms of those captured propel the Talos towards its enemies as its unique sting wildly spews death in all directions
and its many-bladed arms cut through armour and bone with lashing blows.

Warp Beasts: Spawned from the bloody nightmares of mortals, Warp Beasts are death and pain embodied. They are
voracious predators who will attack anything they can find. It is the task of the Beastmasters to catch these creatures:
fight against them in the arena or guided them into battle and unleash them upon the unwitting foe! Warp Beasts on
Charge orders are allowed to move up to triple their basic movement distance.

Warriors: Dark Eldar Warriors attack rapidly, killing or crippling those who oppose them. They then drag off any
survivors back to Commorragh, to be tortured and killed at leisure. Squads mounted on Raiders sweep across the
battlefield, darting swiftly from one fight to the next, never staying still long enough for the enemy to bring
sufficient force to destroy them.

Wyches: Ruled over by their Succubi, Wyches spend their lives perfecting their skills in gladiatorial combat. Few
survive their first duel, but those who live learn quickly. A Dark Eldar Lord with sufficient means can hire these
highly trained warriors to accompany him into battle, promising great rewards for those whose fighting displays are
most pleasing to watch. Wyches always assume Combat Drugs before battles. Wyches are the deadliest of Close
Combat adversaries, and have a special 5+ fixed save in Close Combat.


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Eldar Knights

Long before their counterparts existed for the Imperial armies, the Eldar had one-man walking machines of
destruction: the Eldar Knights. They are fast-moving, powerful war machines thirty to forty feet tall, controlled by a
single warrior. They fight on battlefields throughout the galaxy in the service of both Eldar and Exodites. Recruited
from feral worlds where lesser versions of these machines are used to herd mighty Megasaurs, Knights take to the
field of war alongside other members of their noble families. With their devastating psychic and shock lances, the
mere gaze of a Knight can bring death to its enemies.
Each Eldar Knight suit contains a spirit stone which acts as a psychic buffer and stores all the pilots feelings
– his passionate excitement and desire to satiate the dark side of his nature. When the pilot leaves the suit it is like
waking from a bad dream, which quickly fades from memory leaving the Knight free to pursue other tasks. As the
suit is passed on from Knight to Knight the spirit stone stores all the experiences of previous wearers. These
experiences create a personality for the machine which is shared with each and every pilot. When the lone Eldar
pilot links to the Spirit Stone, he becomes part of machine-warrior that has been fighting a constant war for
thousands of years. The whole machine, pilot included, pulses with the desire to destroy and shed blood. The spirit
stones in Eldar Knights are often ancient artifacts dating back to the time of the Fall and contain the souls of many
long dead heroes. This makes Eldar Knights strange characters often speaking in archaic tongues and referring to
past ages with unnerving familarity.

Special Rules
You must buy at least one each of the Knight, Defender and Jetbike Hosts.
Support Cards are restricted to the following: Eldar Knights, Guardian & Defender Detachments, Jetbike &
Vyper Squadrons, Bright Lance Batteries and War Walkers.
Special Cards are restricted to: Warlocks, Pathfinders, and Harlequins.

Special Units
Eldar Knight Host: Lots of Knights, cheap.


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Exodites

As the Eldar civilization neared its collapse, a number of Eldar groups denounced the easy decadence
offered by Chaos and abandoned the homeworlds in a series of migrations they called the Exodus, referring to
themselves as Exodites. Those who joined the Exodus came from all levels of Eldar society but were united in their
determination and powerful will to survive. For the most part they headed eastwards across the galaxy, as far away
from the main concentration of Eldar worlds as they could reach. The Exodites were aware of the dangers of
indulgence and hedonism, so by choice they selected worlds where their life would be hard so as to avoid the trap of
sloth. To a great extent this suppressed the natural Eldar character of intense emotion and intellect, and did indeed
save them from the Fall. Among the Exodites, the intensity of the Eldar nature is expressed as a powerful loyalty to
their individual clans and a strong determination to achieve their objectives.
The struggle for survival on these worlds was indeed grim. To enable them to deal with the harsh
conditions, some Exodites converted the sleek war machines they had brought with them into tall walkers which
they piloted across their new planets, tending herds of gigantic animals called Megadons. A ruling warrior elite
gradually developed a system of status and honor which is now known as the Eldar Knights. Other Exodite societies
have reverted to near-barbarism, following the herds across the plains in an endless hunter-gatherer existence,
concealing their advanced technology behind a primitive lifestyle.
Over time, the Craftworlds sought out the Exodites and offered them a place on board. The Exodites coldly
told their Craftworld brethren that they preferred to stay where life was simple if harsh, and the dangers were
obvious. Though the Craftworlds and Exodite colonies trade with one another, the Exodites still maintain that the
easy lifestyle on the Craftworlds is dangerously close to that which brought the downfall of their race.
. The Craftworld Eldar regard the Exodites as rustic and rather simple folk, vigorous and wild in a way that
is quite unlike their own introverted societies. The Eldar Path determines the way of life for all Craftworlders but not
for the Exodites. Because of this they seem wild and individualistic, more independently-minded and adventurous
by far than their cousins. More importantly, Exodite societies are more rigorous and physical than those of the
Craftworlds. Where the Craftworlds cling to the past and preserve all they can of their fallen civilization, the
Exodites have turned their backs upon ancient traditions in favor of a simpler and harder way of life. Their minds are
tougher and more straightforward but not so subtle and perhaps ultimately less powerful than the Craftworld Eldar.
However, they have survived, and of all the Eldar they seem most likely to continue to do so.

Special Rules
Laser Lance: Laser Lances can be discharged upon physical contact, making it ideal for a close pass: models
charged are destroyed and removed from play on a d6 roll of 5+, and this takes place before Close Combat dice are
rolled. This attack is ineffective against targets with an Armor save.

Wraithbone Shield: The Wraithbone shield has been psychically imbued with a protective field by an Exodite
Visionary. The shield grants a 6+ fixed save to the model wearing it. In addition, if the model is hit by a laser
weapon and a 6 is rolled for the unit’s save, the blow is reflected back on the attacker.

Scouts: If Exodites are your Core Army and it contains any Exodite Scout units (Lethosaur and Raptor Knights),
roll a D6 for each such unit before the game and consult the following table. The Exodite player chooses the result
he wants deems most fitting.

Roll Result
1
The scouts have scouted the forthcoming battleground. Once terrain has been placed, you may place (or
rearrange) one additional area of wood or jungle.
2
The scouts have located a favourable battleground in an area in the enemy line of advance. You may
rearrange D3 pieces of terrain before rolling for deployment zones.
3
The scouts have reported on the enemy plans and your forces are prepared. You have the Initiative on the
first turn of this battle.
4 The scouts have located enemy heavy units. The enemy must deploy all titans & praetorians first.
5
A random enemy Infantry, Cavalry, Walker or Vehicle detachment may not be deployed as normal. It will
arrive at the start of the second turn from the opponent’s table edge (on either Advance or Charge orders).
6 As 5 (above) but the Exodite player chooses the unit class (infantry, cavalry, etc).

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Special Units
Baron: The Baron will be either the lord of a territory, or a member of his family, often a son eager to prove
himself. The Baron does not simply lead the army: he owns it, as it consists of his retainers and tenants on his land.
The forces at his disposal are not only a symbol of his status, but also of his wealth. Barons carry a Laser Lance and
a Wraithbone Shield.

Fusiliers: Fusiliers are the levied troops employed by the Exodites. In civilian life they are tenants on the Baron’s
land and are obliged to repay him by fighting in his armies whenever he deems it necessary.

Warriors: Warriors are the close combat infantry troops of any Exodite War Host, comprising warriors and hunters
of the general populace, travelling to battle at the command of their ruling Baron.

Cavalry
Dragon Knights: Knights are trained soldiers in the service of a Baron. In combat, Dragon Knights are mounted on
the commonest and easiest to control riding beasts as they have not been trained with more specialised mounts.
Dragon Knights carry a Laser Lance and a Wraithbone Shield.

Lethosaur Knights: Lthosaurs are smaller Dragons which typically travel on all fours. They are ridden by scouts
who need to get close to the enemy but avoid direct contact.

Raptor Knights: Raptors are extremely agile bipedal insectivores, large enough for a rider but lightly built. They
are the most common scouts in Exodite armies, and are also used extensively as fighters due to their quick reflexes
and vicious temperament.

Pterosaur Knights: Pterosaurs are the only true flying creatures on most Exodite worlds. Pterosaur Knights are
sometimes used to scout terrain other scouts have difficulty crossing, but are more often employed to swoop down to
provide support where necessary. Pterosaur Knights are Skimmers and may Deep Strike to the battlefield.

Dragoons: The Dragoons are formed from the finest soldiers in a Baron’s Household. They are typically employed
as line-breakers, but even at range they are fearsome, firing armour-piercing Plasma Carbines. Dragoons carry a
Laser Lance and a Wraithbone Shield.

Visionary: Exodite Visionaries have the power of the spirits at their disposal and are amongst the most potent
psykers in the galaxy. As a race highly in tune with psychic energy and naturally reverent of the spirits of the dead,
Eldar of all races hold the Exodite Visionaries in awe. The Visionary wears a Spirit Armor fashioned from the
World Spirit’s own Wraithbone-structure that grants him a 6+ fixed save. A Visionary may use one of the following
powers once per turn:
Executioner: The Visionary projects his own spirit away from his body and launches an attack against his
enemies. Nominate one enemy stand within 50 cm (line of sight is not necessary) and immediately fight a round of
Close Combat. The spirit is an ethereal psychic attack with +4 CAF. Even if the spirit loses the enemy counts as
having already fought a round of close combat this turn. Make any psychic saves before the Close Combat.
Fortune: The Visionary looks into the near future to foresee where the enemy will attack. Nominate one
Eldar unit within 10 cm of the Visionary. This unit may re-roll any failed Armor and To-Hit rolls until end of turn.
The unit may not re-roll Close Combat results.
Heal: The Visionary can attempt to repair the bodies damaged patterns, and gains the Medic ability until
the end of the turn.

Walkers
Scout Walker: Among the Craftworlds the Jetbike is used for scouting and fast attack. However, Scout Walkers are
able to withstand the sudden whirlwinds that swirl across the grassy steppes and negotiate the tangled undergrowth
of the forest. It is more lightly armed than the War Walker and lacks its protective energy field. This, combined with
it’s speed, make it ideal for hit-and-run attacks. Models: War Walker models from the GW Eldar sprue.

Vehicles
Vyper Carrier: The Vyper Carrier is an adaptation of the Vyper that was created out of necessity by the Exodites,
imitating the similar Venom transport used by the Harlequins. The gun cradle has been replaced with an open
transport deck, creating a light transport.

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Dragon Serpent: Dragon Serpents are re-fitted Wave Serpents that have been traded with Craftworld Eldar and are
highly difficult to maintain in the harsh conditions of Exodite worlds. They follow the same rules as Wave Serpents.

Light Artillery
Heavy Wapons Travois: An Exodite Travois is an anti-grav platform which is pulled by a Dragon mount. A
Travois is used in a unique way by the Exodites: the weapon is rapidly deployed, a shot fired and then the weapon is
moved again.

Hellbenders: The fire-breathing Hellbender lizard (named the Salamander by Imperial troops) holds great
significance in Exodite myth, having much in common with the Dragons prevalent in traditional Eldar legend. Its
breath has enormous destructive capabilities, immolating unwary targets. The breath attack uses the Inferno Cannon
template: units affected are hit on 4+, ignoring cover.

Knights
Exo-Suit: Exo-Suits are used by Exodite Barons both for herding dragons and to joust with one another. The Exo-
Suit encases its wearer in a Wraithbone structure resembling a dreadnought, though usually more slender and taller
even than the Eldar Wraithlord. The Star Lance can be fired in two ways: single target fire or multi-target fire. If
firing in single-target mode fires multiple volleys against one target, inflicting D3 hits, each with –2 TSM. If firing
in multi-target mode, place a Barrage template within range and line of sight. Models underneath are hit on a 4+
with –2 TSM. Although this weapon has an option of using a Barrage template to resolve an attack, it cannot
damage buildings. Exo-Suits carry a Wraithbone Shield.

Superheavies
Megadon: Megadons are massive, stocky herbivorous reptiles. Exodites are using these species because of the
relative high intelligence of the animals. The Megadon responds to simple commands from handlers in a howdah on
the creature’s back. The military applications of such a beast are obvious, and in combat they make excellent mobile
heavy weapon platforms, combining long range artillery capability with fearsome close combat ability. One problem
with the Megadon is that they are just animals, and if they get badly hurt or alarmed, they will not always react as
the handlers may wish. The Psychic Blaster uses the Inferno Cannon template: units affected must make a Morale
check or be destroyed.
Bloodlust: A Megadon is driven mad by the sounds and smells of blood and battle. Roll a D6 in each
Orders Phase, and on a 1 it must be placed on Charge Orders and will charge the nearest enemy.

Carnosaur: The largest of all the Dragons ridden by the Exodites is the Carnosaur. The Carnosaur is over 10 metres
tall and is a terrifying sight to behold. A ferocious predator, it hunts down its prey and kills without mercy. The
beast walks on his powerful hind legs, and uses it’s long tail to balance, which means that tht Carnosaur can move at
an astounding fast speed. The Dragon has a large reptilian head and its long teeth are sharp enough to tear flesh and
bone with consummate ease. Carnosaurs are used as terror units by the Exodites, mounting two brave warriors upon
the fearsome lizard’s back and charging it into enemy lines to cause massive destruction and carnage.
Bloodlust: A Carnosaur is driven mad by the sounds and smells of blood and battle. Roll a D6 in each
Orders Phase, and on a 1 it must be placed on Charge Orders and will charge the nearest enemy it can see.

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Harlequins

The Harlequins are followers of Cergorach, the Great Harlequin. Harlequin Troupes
are formed from all sub-races of the Eldar and wander through the Webway from Craftworld
to Exodite world to Dark Eldar hiding places. They alone have complete knowledge of the
Webway and the location of the Black Library deep within, for they are the keepers of the
terrible secrets about the Fall and the true nature of Chaos. Harlequins are warrior troubadours
whose carefully constructed Masques and impressive displays of mime and acrobatics tell the
many strange stories of Eldar mythology. They wear exotic Holo-suits which are able to shift
both shape and pattern. They never show their real faces but conceal them beneath their
masks, which are said to reflect the worst nightmares of those who gaze upon them.
All Harlequins must undertake a mysterious trial, known only as the Ritual. This is
said to free them from the Great Enemy, which is why Harlequins have no fear of death and
need not wear a Waystone. This is also why the Harlequins can roam the Webway at will
without enduring the soul-draining which afflicts the other Eldar who spend too long exposed to the Warp.

Special Rules
Blessed: In Close Combat, Harlequins receive the blessing of the Laughing God. To represent this any Infantry
stand may re-roll their Close Combat dice, and if a stand engaged by multiple enemies it may take the re-roll for
each individual engagement.

Dæmon Hunters: All Harlequins hate Chaos and Slaanesh for what happened during the Fall, and they are immune
to any Morale effects caused by Chaos or Warp creatures.

Holo-suit: Rather than physical armour designed to absorb shots and blows, Harlequins rely on a sophisticated
Holo-suit to misdirect the enemy. This translates to the ‘Hard to Hit’ ability, and all direct fire is at a –1 To-Hit
penalty. This benefit does not apply if the unit is in cover or against weapons which normally ignore cover. The
Holo-suit is also useless against ethereal psychic powers and attacks that use a template.

Special Units
Great Harlequin: Great Harlequins, also known as Avatars of the Laughing God, are the overall leaders of a
Harlequin Troupe. During a Masque, the Great Harlequin plays the part of the Laughing God. Some Great
Harlequins wear long coats to indicate their rank and carry lightweight batons, which unfold into a flag bearing the
symbol of the Troupe. These are commonly left as 'calling cards' on the battlefield.
All Great Harlequins choose one of the following Masks to wear for the battle:
1) Dread Mask: The Dread Mask contains a psychic pickup which detects the worst fears of the wearer’s
opponent and amplifies them ten-fold, sending him running in terror. All enemy units within 10 cm of the Great
Harlequin suffer a -1 Morale penalty. This ability does not affect AI units.
2) Mask of Fear: This Mask incorporates a holographic generator that projects images of monstrous faces
and dæmonic visages, intensified by a short-range psychic field which increases their opponent’s sensitivity to fear
and despair. The Great Harlequin causes Fear.
3) Rictus Mask: The Rictus Mask projects an aura of death, filling those nearby with an almost
uncontrollable urge for morbid self-preservation. At the beginning of the Orders Phase, pick one enemy detachment
within 10 cm of the Great Harlequin. Unless it passes a Morale check it may not be given orders this turn. This
ability does not affect AI units.

Death Jesters: Death Jesters are the heavy-weapon specialists of the Harlequin Troupe, able to carry a variety of
exotic and deadly armaments. However, Death Jesters are just as skilled in Close Combat as any Harlequin, and
many a foe has charged a Death Jester and been cut down for their ignorance. When Harlequins take to the stage,
Death Jesters take the part of Death, performing daring stunts of escapology and risk. Their masks are skulls, and
they are noted by other Eldar for their ironic and morbid sense of humour.
Bio-explosive ammo: These specially modified shurikens contain a potent venom which overloads the
target circulatory system, causing blood vessels to violently erupt. Targets slain by the Bio-explosive ammo
explode! Place a Barrage template over the dead model: units affected are hit on 5+ with a 0 TSM. Bio-explosive
ammo inflict D3 wounds against Multiple-wound creatures. Regenerating creatures explode in the End Phase if they
fail their Regeneration roll.

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Harlequin Jetbike: The most extravagant Harlequins ride to battle on highly decorated jetbikes. Decked in flowing
pennants and ornamented with symbols of the Laughing God, they are the most lavish and colourful unit in a
Harlequin force.

Mimes: Harlequin Mimes play mystical and dæmonic roles using movement and gesture only. Even in everyday
life, Mimes rarely speak, communicating among themselves by Lambruith, their system of hand-signals. It is
customary for Mimes to go in advance of a Masque or Troupe to announce their arrival. Frequently they simply
appear on a Craftworld or elsewhere, without anyone knowing how or when they arrived. This skill is also used in
warfare, opposing commanders suddenly and unaccountably finding a Harlequin 'calling card' in their command
centres are typical examples of the tactics used by Mimes to undermine enemy morale.

Shadowseer: Shadowseers are psykers vital to the Masque, playing the roles of the storyteller, or more commonly
the roles of fate and fortune. They are powerful psykers, and their abilities are every bit as great as the Farseers of
the Craftworlds, although their abilities are not prophetic: Shadowseers utilise empathic and telepathic abilities to
confuse and disorientate their foes, literally placing false images and contradictory thoughts in their minds. A
Shadowseer may use one of the following powers once per turn:
1) Misdirection: The Shadowseer reaches into the minds of the enemy, baffling them with psychic
messages. During the Movement Phase, target an enemy infantry or cavalry detachment within 25 cm and line of
sight. If the detachment fails a Morale check, the Eldar player may activate and move them according to their orders.
This counts as the Eldar player’s activation, but the misdirected detachment still belongs to the opponent. This is an
ethereal psychic power.
2) Turmoil: Reality ripples all around the Shadowseer, pushing his enemies away from him. All infantry,
cavalry and walker-class models in base-to-base contact with the Shadowseer must make an Armor save or be flung
D6 cm in a random direction. Stands moved in this way may do nothing for the remainder of the turn.
3) Veil of Tears: The Shadowseer uses his powers to remove his fellow Harlequins from the enemy’s
thoughts - their eyes may see the Harlequins, but this never actually registers in the mind. Pick a Harlequin infantry
detachment within 50 cm and line of sight, and until the end of the turn it gains a 4+ fixed save.

Solitaire: The Solitaires roam the Webway seeking out Eldar they believe can survive the sacred Harlequin Ritual,
and take them to the Harlequin bands. It is said that the oldest and most powerful Solitaires become the dreaded
guardians of the Black Library. It is also rumoured that Solitaires live unknown amongst other Eldar and those who
have met them realise many years later that they met the Laughing God himself. The Neuro-Disruptor carried by the
Solitaire uses the Stream of Corruption template, and units affected must make a Morale check or be destroyed.
Domino Field: A D-field creates an even more complex distortion pattern than a normal Harlequin Holo-
suit, shattering the wearer’s image into a cloud of blindingly bright shards of multi-coloured light. A model wearing
a D-field gains a 4+ Fixed Save that applies even in Close Combat, and functions as a Holo-suit as well.

Venom: Much of the Webway cannot be traversed by large vehicles, and so the Harlequins make wide use of the
Venom. The Venom is a modified version of the Vyper war machine used by the Craftworld Eldar, incorporating an
open transport deck instead of a gun cradle.


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Unit Descriptions

Special Units
Bonesinger: From the Path of the Artist come painters, musicians, and actors. Among these are a few with the gift
of psychic abilities who perform for the Wraithbone – the psycho-plastic material is found in almost all Eldar
artifacts and makes up the core of a Craftworld. The Bonesinger’s performances cause the Wraithbone to grow, heal
or shape itself into a needed form. They are HQ units and have the Mechanic ability.

Exarch: Not all Eldar manage to pass beyond the Path of the Warrior. Some are unable to resist the passionate lure
of battle and develop an unquenchable lust for bloodletting. They become trapped in the role they have chosen,
unable to escape from the Aspects of the War God they represent. Exarchs are regarded with a disturbing mixture of
awe and revulsion. They are Elite and HQ units.

Optional Rule: Required Units
Under the original Space Marine rules, you must field at least two Support Cards of Aspect Warriors for
each Exarch unit purchased. This rule was printed on the Army Card but not in the rulebook, so it’s usually ignored.

Farseer: Farseers are potent psykers, whose prodigious powers allow them to travel the tangled skeins of
probability to divine which course of actions should be taken. With their amplified sense of time they live in an
extended present that includes the blurred edges of the near past and future. They are HQ units, Psykers and may use
one of the following ethereal powers each turn:
1) Mind Blast: The Farseer projects a mind-shredding blast of psychic energy. Target any model within 25
cm and line of sight. On a 4+ it is hit and destroyed with no saving throw. If the target uses a hit location template,
roll damage to the head / bridge.
2) Precognitive Direction: One Eldar detachment within 10 cm may shift their orders one step in either
direction along the following line: Charge Advance First Fire. Charge does not wrap around to First Fire.
3) Coercion: The Farseer may attempt to change orders of an enemy detachment within 50 cm. Roll a D6
and add the morale value of the unit (0 for units that do not check morale). On 6+ the attempt is successful and the
order may be changed by one degree as above.

Optional Farseer Power:
2) Guide: One Eldar infantry detachment within 25 cm gains a +1 To-Hit bonus this turn.

Forward Observer: Although Eldar armies do not rely on indirect artillery firing as much as Imperial armies, they
sometimes employ special Forward Observers to aid their Doomweaver shots and orbital artillery barrages.

Harlequins: This is a small band of the followers of the Great Harlequin and they have a great hatred of Chaos,
Slaanesh in particular. During Close Combat they may re-roll their Close Combat dice once per encounter (if they
are engaged by multiple stands they may re-roll the dice for each individual engagement). If they are facing Chaos
they never check morale and are immune to morale-based powers.

Master Mime: Master Mimes are the Eldar answer to the Imperial Assassins in the field of covert action. Cloaked
in the garb of his enemies, the Master Mime sends confusing signals and false orders, disrupting his hapless foe until
they turn their attention to flushing him out.
Master Mimes in NetEpic are purchased as Special Cards but are not fielded as normal units. The cards are
used once in a game, perform their function, and get out of action. As the units may not be destroyed in the usual
manner, they award Victory Points to the opponent even if their actions are successful. However, the Eldar player
gives up these Victory Points only if he actually plays the card. This does not change the buying procedure; the card
is paid for the full price and takes a Special Card slot as normal in the army construction stage.
Play this card on an enemy detachment during the Orders phase. The targeted detachment immediately
loses its orders (unless it was on Fall Back), and may receive no orders in later turns unless it finds the Master
Mime. The detachment must make a Morale test in every End Phase. If the check is successful, the Mime has left
and the unit may receive orders again in the following turn.
Master Mimes cannot affect AI, HQ, Daemonic, Robotic or Tyranid units.

Example: In the Orders Phase you play your Master Mime on a detachment of Space Marine Devastators.
The Devastators, confused by conflicting signals, lose whatever orders they had placed for the turn, may not move
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and will fire in the Advance phase. They will stay that way unless they straighten things out by passing a morale
roll.

Pathfinder (old Scout): These are Eldar dedicated to the Path of Danger, torn between a love for their Craftworld
and the greater glories of the universe. Many choose to accept a mission from their Farseers so they can continue to
serve their people whilst treading the Path of the Outcast. There are many tasks that would be impossible to
accomplish if it were not for the existence of these scouts: they investigate alien worlds, search for hidden or lost
Webway gates and portals, explore new Maiden worlds and visit unsettled worlds. The greatest need is for
Pathfinders who simply watch and wait, reporting any sources of danger back to the Craftworld. Pathfinders are
frequent visitors to the Craftworlds and Exodite worlds, as Outcasts they rarely stay for any length of time in one
place, but in times of need the Pathfinders will flock back to their Craftworlds in order to defend them. Pathfinders
can be easily recognised by their weather-beaten and well-travelled appearance. Most characteristic of all is the long
Chameleoline cloak or coat, often tied back so that they can move freely and fire off their Long Rifles. They have
the special abilities of Infiltration, Sniper and Stealth.

Spiritseer: The Iyanden reliance on Wraithguards and Wraithlords has given rise to an increase in the number of
psykers specialised in raising the souls of the Eldar from the Infinity Circuit. These necromantic psykers are known
as Spiritseers and are adept at communing with the souls of the dead using the psycho-crystalline Waystones. The
Spiritseers have psychic abilities comparable to Farseers and are able to act as a psychic node for the spirits that
have been roused.
1) Mind Blast: Target any model within 25 cm and line of sight. On a 4+ it is hit and destroyed with no
saving throw. If the target uses a hit location template, roll damage to the head / bridge damage table. This is an
ethereal psychic power.
2) Psychic Node: Eldar spirits (Wraithguard, Dreadnaughts, Ghost Warriors, etc) within 25 cm count as
being within 10 cm of a living Eldar. That is, if the spirit unit is within 25 cm of the Spiritseer they may be given
orders as normal.
3) Coercion: The Farseer may attempt to change orders of an unmoved enemy unit within 50 cm. Roll a D6
and add the morale value of the unit (0 for units that do not check morale). On 6+ the attempt is successful and the
order may be changed by degree as above. This is an ethereal psychic power.

Warlock: These are the main psykers of an Eldar force. Like Aspect warriors, Warlocks become completely
overcome by the war-like side of their nature when they don their armor, and hurl maelstroms of psychic energy
against their foes as they stride into battle. Their psychic powers allow them to see partially into the future, giving
them the opportunity to foresee the enemy’s actions and warn nearby Eldar. Their Runic armor grants them a 6+
fixed save. They are both Command and HQ units.
All Eldar detachments that have units within 10 cm of a Warlock are not given orders during the Orders
Phase. Instead, these units may wait until the last moment to act and have an order placed. During the Movement
Phase, the Eldar player may activate a detachment by placing an order counter on it and declaring any movement.
The order counter remains and the unit will fire in the appropriate segment. This power only works on living Eldar
units, not Wraithstone Spirits. A Warlock may also use one of the following powers once per turn, in addition to the
above effect and normal shooting.
1) Mind Blast: The Warlock projects a mind-shredding blast of psychic energy. Target any model within
25 cm and line of sight. On a 4+ it is hit and destroyed without a saving throw. If the target uses a damage template,
roll on the head / bridge damage table. This is an ethereal psychic power.
2) Psychic Lock: The Warlock unleashes a bolt of psychic energy which wraps itself around the target and
renders it immobile. Target any model 75 cm and line of sight. On a 4+ the target is pinned and will be unable to
move or fire, but titans can repair damage and raise void shields as normal. The affected target is exempt from
coherency rules and the rest of the detachment may move away. If the target is attacked in Close Combat it does not
get any dice – just use it’s CAF score. This effect lasts until the pinned model can roll a 4+ in the End Phase. Also,
the Warlock may do nothing else if he wishes to maintain the lock from turn to turn (i.e. if the Warlock wants to
move, use another power, etc). This is an ethereal psychic power so Psychic Saves apply.
3) Eldritch Storm: The Warlock summons a huge tempest of psychic energy, which gathers and swirls
above his head. The maelstrom is then sent hurtling across the battle to smash into enemy formations, scattering
them like leaves in the wind. Place the 6 cm barrage template anywhere within 50 cm and line of sight. All models
under the template will be flung to a random edge of it. Scattered models may do nothing for the remainder of the
turn (though the rest of the detachment may act normally). The Storm blocks LOS and nobody can see, move or
shoot through it, but barrages can still be fired indirectly over it. Remove the template at the start of the End Phase.
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The Storm has less of an effect on units with a hit location template, taking down one shield if there are any
active or inflicting a single hit on the lowest location on its template with a -2 TSM if no shields are active. These
units can otherwise move and shoot normally.

Infantry
Dark Reaper: Dark Reaper Aspect Warriors are the most sinister and lethal of the Aspect warriors, portraying the
War God as the Destroyer, their dark skull-encrusted costume embodying death as the dark reaper of souls. The
Dark Reapers are the most heavily equipped of all Aspect Warriors, their armour is made from heavy interlocked
plates and they possess sensitive targeting devices that permit them to easily track fast moving targets. They are
Elite and possess the Quickdraw ability.

Dire Avenger: The Dire Avenger Aspect Warriors cultivate their Aspect of the War God as the embodiment of the
noble warrior: merciless to his enemies and unstinting in his devotion to his own people. They are the most tactically
flexible and therefore the most ubiquitous of all Aspect warriors, with many of the largest shrines among most
Craftworlds. They are also commonly known as Knights of Wrath or Avenging Spirits. Dire Avengers are armed
with the deadly Shuriken Catapult, the weapon that most readily characterises the Eldar at war. To represent their
overwhelming cover fire they receive three attack dice. The first attack is made at 4+ To-Hit, the second 5+ and the
third hits only on a 6. They are Elite.

Fire Dragon: The Fire Dragon Aspect Warrior is based upon the writhing, sinewy dragon of Eldar myth, an
incarnation of destruction and devastation. Fire Dragons are experts at close-quarter fighting, where their Fusion
Guns and Meltabombs can destroy almost any foe, vehicle or fortification, no matter how well armored. The thermal
gun ignores To-Hit modifiers for cover. They are Elite.

Guardians: Guardians are the mainstay of the Eldar army. While less powerful than the Aspect warriors they are
very versatile and they add much needed numbers to an Eldar War host. All Eldar are trained in the art of war and
are called upon to provide support at times of war. Guardians consist mainly of Eldar volunteers.

Guardian Storm Squad: Some Eldar are given extra training in order for them to become efficient in firing
portable Lascannons. These troops are used to back up advancing vehicles and support troops at a distance.

Howling Banshee: Howling Banshee Aspect Warriors are swift, lightly armed and highly mobile close quarter
troops. They derive their name from the Banshee of legend, a creature that heralds death and can draw a soul from
its Spirit stone. This cry is imitated through the Banshee Masks that contain psychic amplifiers, intensifying the
battlecry and raising its pitch to a piercing shriek: those who are exposed to this psychic scream suffer almost total
paralysis as their central nervous system is flooded with unbearable levels of psychic energy. Models charged by
Howling Banshees are destroyed and removed from play on a D6 roll of 5+ (this takes place before Close Combat is
resolved). This attack is ineffective against targets with an Armor Save. They are Elite.

Striking Scorpion: The Striking Scorpion Aspect Warriors are the strongest and most powerful of all hand-to-hand
fighting Aspect warriors. They are armed with chainswords and shuriken pistols, and the curving mandibles on their
helmets conceal special weapons known as Mandiblasters, also known as the Sting of the Scorpion. These weapons
are extremely short-ranged, activated by a psychic pick-up in the helmet and firing a stream if tiny metallic needles
forward into the target. These needles cannot do much damage alone, but act as a medium to deliver a laser energy
blast that vaporises the metal into plasma and rips into the target. These weapons allow Striking Scorpions to roll
3D6 instead of 2D6 in Close Combat. Unfortunately they do not have sufficient penetrating power to be effective
versus armored targets such as vehicles, so when engaged with vehicles or larger units, they only roll 1D6 + CAF in
Close Combat. They are Elite.

Swooping Hawk: These Aspect Warriors (also known on some Craftworlds as Wings of Thunder or Raptors) wear
a special winged harness which enables them to fly through the air, making them the swiftest and most mobile of all
the Eldar warriors. When they fly their wings vibrate with such speed they turn into a blur of colour and emit a
characteristic shrieking sound. Swooping Hawks may Deep Strike, are Hard to Hit and Elite, and wear Jump Packs.

Warp Spider: Warp Spiders are named after the tiny creatures that are seen on the Craftworlds, living in the
Wraithbone. They can move anywhere within the Craftworld through the Wraithbone, melding their bodies into the
Infinity Circuit and materialising at a new location. The spiders are aggressive hunters of intrusive psychic forces
and are attracted in vast numbers to the presence of invasive psychic entities. The Warp Spider Aspect Warriors
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epitomise the doctrine of aggressive defence: using compact Warp-generators to make short Warp-jumps, they can
disappear and re-appear a few metres away, enabling them to make sudden and unexpected attacks on their foes.
They are Elite.
Warp Spider Aspect Warriors move and fight in a unique way. The movement allowance on the profile
represents their maximum move, if the Warp Spiders charge they will not double movement, but may enter Close
Combat. If the Warp Spider moves more than 15 cm there is a chance that the stand will become lost in the warp:
roll a D6 and on a “1” the stand is destroyed.
Warp Spiders may Fire on the Fly, interrupting their movement to fire at an enemy then completing
movement. Warp Spiders are armed with a deadly Death Spinner. These weapons use the small tear dropped shaped
template (5 x 10 cm teardrop template). Anything more than half underneath the template will be hit on a 3+ at 0
TSM. Because of the Warp Spider’s small size and the way that they disappear and reappear during their movement
they have a 5+ unmodifiable save and cannot be pinned in Close Combat.

Wraithguard: These are artificial bodies with the spirit of a slain Eldar implanted inside them. They are Waystone
Spirit units.

Cavalry
Jetbike: Anti-grav engines combine high speed with incredible manoeuvrability, making jetbikes ideal for
launching rapid hit-and-run attacks against the enemy. They seek and engage the enemies to bog them down while
the rest of the army secures the objectives.

Vyper Jetbike: Vyper Jetbikes are highly mobile weapons platforms, capable of laying down a withering fire even
at high speed. Although not heavily armoured, their ability to maneuver quickly through the air provides them with
as sure a defence as any amount of thick armoured plating.

Shining Spear: The Shining Spears are one of the rarest and most specialised of the Aspect Warriors, embodying
the spear of Khæla Mensha Khaine that struck like lightening and could kill with one blow. These warriors
specialize in mobile warfare mounted on their swift jetbikes. Models charged by Shining Spears are hit on 5+ with 0
TSM, before Close Combat dice are rolled. Shining Spears who kill their targets may not continue moving or charge
another target. They are Elite.

Walkers
War Walkers: The War Walker is humanoid with long but tremendously powerful limbs. It has a single crewman
who operates the machinery by means of sensors attached to his arms and legs, encased in a protective energy field.
It is an ideal means of moving over steep or broken ground as the limbs have all the agility of a living body. War
Walkers are often used in rough terrain, to scout out enemy positions. Its two heavy weapons provide a considerable
arsenal for its size, but it lacks the heavy armour that would allow it to fight at the centre of an attack.

Wraithlord (old Dreadnaught): Towering over it's foes, the Wraithlord is controlled by the essence of one of the
Craftworld's mightiest warriors. Only the most worthy are installed into it's armored shell. Akin to the Wraithguards,
these Waystone Spirit machines are armed with heavier weapons and serve a more anti-vehicle role.

Vehicles
Fire Prism (old Deathstalker Prism Cannon): The Eldar are a highly advanced race whose technology often
baffles and astounds human observers, and the Fire Prism is a typical example of this. The Prism Cannon harnesses
warp energy in the form of a deadly beam with tremendous armor piercing power. This is a physical psychic attack.
These cannons can also fire at another Fire Prism to boost its power. Roll a 3+ to hit the other Fire Prism,
and a hit indicates the shot has been successfully transferred. A Fire Prism that is hit in this way can immediately
fire, even during First Fire and the cannon is on Advance Orders. There is no limit to the number of shots that can be
transferred in this way. When a shot hits an enemy it causes 1 hit plus all the hits transferred to the final Fire Prism,
and the target must save against each hit separately. Hits cannot be retained in cannons for future turns. Once it has
fired a single cannon may not more or fire again that turn.

Falcon: This is the main battle tank of the Eldar army. During the war in heaven it was Falcon, consort of the Great
Hawk, who retrieved Vaul's mighty sword Anaris, and gave it to the Eldar hero Eldanesh to continue the battle with
Khaine. It is this principle of deliverance which is behind the design of the Falcon grav-tank. With its potent
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armament and ability to carry a small squad of fighters, the Falcon is designed to take the fight to the enemy, and to
extricate the warriors should the resistance prove too fierce. Falcons are Skimmers.

Firestorm: This is a rapid-fire AA gun mounted on an anti-grav platform. This unit counts as a skimmer and can
perform Pop-Up attacks against ground troops, but cannot Pop-Up and fire at Fliers.

Peregrine: Peregrines are a Falcon variant that reduces the troop compartment, allowing for additional weaponry.
Along with the substantial redesign of the hull, a turret mounting for the main lascannon and scatter laser is added.
Any Special Card that comes with a Command Falcon may be upgraded to a Command Peregrine This option does
not require a Special Card itself – it’s an upgrade. As with other command vehicles, Peregrines have significantly
upgraded targeting, sensors, and communications systems to enable commanders to perform their duties in the field.
As yet, the number of Peregrines remains fairly low though sightings appear to be increasing in frequency.

Wave Serpent: The Wave Serpent is a special troop transport that uses a barrier of warp energy to guarantee the
safe arrival of its troops. Place a special wave template in front of Wave Serpent. The wave is impenetrable to any
kind of attack and is impossible to move through. Opponents in a higher position that can see over the template can
shoot at the Wave Serpent (including pop-ups and indirect barrages), and jump-troops may attack the Wave Serpent
normally.
The template moves with the vehicle and does not affect terrain. Any other targets “hit” by the template
during the Wave Serpent’s movement are moved to the trailing edge of the template and can do nothing for rest of
that turn. If the wave passes over a building the building will be destroyed if it fails its basic saving throw (models
inside are unaffected if the building survives and must try to bail out if it doesn’t).
Wave Serpents can also function as minesweepers. As a Wave Serpent moves, its Warp-wave shield causes
the mines detonate without harming the vehicle or the crew, and clears a path for the troops following it. The wave
can only render this function while attached to the vehicle in its shield form, as firing the wave forward does not
clear mines.
Alternatively, the wave can be fired instead of being used as a vehicle shield. The shield is fired in the
Orders Phase before any orders are placed. Move the template 2D6 x 10 cm with the same effects as a moving Wave
Serpent, with the additional effect that all models pushed aside suffer a hit on a 4+. Remove the template after use
and replace at the beginning of the following turn.
Targets with Shields lose one, and if unshielded they receive a hit in their lowest template location (leg or
track) with a -2 TSM. Titans and praetorians do not suffer the disruption effect. Vehicles that are thrown into
impassable terrain by the wave move to the edge of the impassable terrain and suffer no further damage. No model
that is already hit can be hit again by the same wave attack in any given turn.
The Wave Serpent can carry infantry 2 stands. When carrying troops the Wave Serpents must maintain
coherency as if it were a part of the infantry unit, in the fashion of other transport vehicles. The break points, morale
and victory points are still kept separate.

Light Artillery
Bright Lance: This is a lascannon mounted on an anti-grav platform, used in an anti-vehicle role.

Scatter Laser: An array of lasers mounted on a small anti-grav platform, usually used an anti-infantry role.

Vibro-Cannon: This is a smaller version of the Titan Tremor Cannon, placed on a small anti-grav platform for
mobility. When a vibro-cannon fires, draw an imaginary line (2 cm wide) from the cannon to the target (this may be
direct or spotted). Any buildings along this line are destroyed if they fail a basic save at -3. The actual target is hit on
a 5+ and any troop stands or vehicles along the line are hit on 6+. If one vibro-cannon hits the target the TSM is 0, if
two hit the TSM is –1 and if three lines cross the TSM is –2. Separate detachments that fire at the same target do not
add in this way. The attack ignores shields and any target that uses a template is hit on a leg or track location.

Heavy Artillery
Doomweaver: This is a strange type of artillery employed by the Eldar to not only destroy enemies, but to interdict
areas so that no units can freely cross these areas laden with razor sharp webs.
Each model fires an individual web template (this is a special hexagonal template). Take one template and
place it anywhere on the tabletop (you may use LOS or fire indirectly). Scatter it 2D6 cm whether or not it was fired
indirectly. Place the template number-side up the number one printed on it towards the firing model the attack. The
other two templates are placed joining the original template on a random edge, determined by rolling a 2D6 (if you
roll the same edge twice the second template is wasted). Place all templates numbered side up.
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Models under a Doomweaver template that have active shields or a 1+ armor save are unaffected. All other
units are destroyed on a 4+. If the model makes the 4+ roll, move it to the closest outer edge of the webbed area.
Models displaced that are on First Fire orders will not be able to shoot until Advance Fire (if it hasn’t fired already).
Units with a hit location template and no shields are struck on a random location for the highest damage listed in that
particular template. Infantry in buildings roll 4+ as normal to avoid the web.
In the open the web disperses in 2 turns. To keep track of this, in the End Phase remove any un-numbered
templates, and flip numbered templates to their un-numbered sides. Any buildings or significant terrain that is
covered by web will be impassable for the rest of the game.

Unicorn: Striking quickly deep into the enemy’s ranks is the essence of the Eldar way of war. To this end the
Unicorn was built as a direct response to the perceived slowness of the Vibro-Cannon. The Unicorn is a
modification of the normal Falcon hull, mounting a Vibro-Cannon on its main axis.
When a vibro-cannon fires, draw an imaginary line (2 cm wide) from the cannon to the target (this may be
direct or spotted by a command unit). Any buildings along this line are destroyed if they fail a basic save. The actual
target is hit on a 5+ and any troop stands or vehicles along the line are hit on 6+. If one vibro-cannon hits the target
the TSM is 0, if two hit the TSM is –1 and if three lines cross the TSM is –2. Separate detachments that fire at the
same target do not add in this way. The attack ignores shields and any target that uses a template is hit on a leg or
track location.

Warp Hunter: This weapon is a smaller version than the one mounted on the Phantom Titan. Place a barrage
template within line of sight and range, and scatter twice (2D6 cm each time). Each model under the template may
be affected by the warp hole. Roll the scatter dice for each target and on the roll of a cross hair the target is sucked in
the warp and destroyed. Otherwise it is thrown D6 cm in the direction shown by the arrow and can do nothing else
for the rest of the turn.
Buildings can be sucked into the warp and must therefore make a normal basic saving throw or be
destroyed (not just damaged). Units with shields lose one and are scattered D6 cm in a random direction. Units with
no shields and a hit location template determine a location and roll for damage (no armor save).

Optional Rules: Warp Hunter Variants
More Accurate Weapons: The warp template only scatters once, then works as normal.
Simplified Rolling: The template scatters once for 3d6 cm. If a HIT is rolled on the scatter dice, reroll it
once: only a second HIT will leave the template in place.
Alternate Warp Effect: The template scatters normally the first turn and remains in play. In the next
Compulsory Movement phase it scatters 2D6 cm again, and is removed in the End Phase.

Off-Board Artillery Barrage: This represents a battery of long-range weapons that have been deployed some
distance behind the combat zone, as well as orbital and naval artillery. Off-Board artillery has a Victory Point cost
instead of a points cost, and may only be used by Forward Observers. See the Core Rules for details.
The long-range barrage weapons that Eldar armies employ are technologically very different from the ones
used by the Imperium and its allies. Instead of throwing kinetic projectiles from the orbit, they use laser beams and
wire-thread webs.
Pulse Laser Barrages are similar to the titan weapon of the same name. They may be used against a single
target scoring D3 hits, or lay down the 6 cm barrage template and roll to hit each target underneath. They do not
damage buildings. You must give up 2 VP for a Pulse Laser Barrage.
Web Bombs are similar to Doomweaver barrages, but as they are sent within capsules that do not open
until the last moment, they are more accurate and effective. They always gain 6 extra templates which are arranged
all around the central template (you do not have to roll for their positions). You must give up 2 VP for a Web Bomb.

Fliers
Nightwing: These are the air superiority fighters of the Eldar army. They are also armed with barrage weapons for a
support role when needed.

Phoenix Fighter-Bomber: This is a heavily armed and armored bomber with advanced sonic weaponry and deadly
plasma bombs. It is armed with sonic cannons that ignore cover and can also drop 2 plasma bombs when at any
point during their movement. These barrages may be dropped independently (they need not touch).

Vampyre Troop Carrier: This sleek ship carries Eldar assault squads to the heart of the enemies’ positions and
also has massive short-range firepower to support disembarked troops. These units may Transport 6.
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Knights
Fire Knights: These are bipedal Knights with twin arms and various weapons.

Bright Warriors: These knights look like huge horses with a humanoid torso instead of a head.

Towering Knights: These are huge bipedal Knights with four arms, two for ranged weapons and two armed with
Close Combat weapons.

Superheavies
Cobra: The Cobra is the first of the two new superheavy grav-tanks Eldar have developed, armed with a Distortion
Cannon and used as the primary Eldar titan-hunter. The Cobra is a Skimmer.
Distortion Cannon: This deadly weapon funnels warp energy into a devastating attack that destroys even
the most powerful armor. Place a barrage template within the firing arc and range and scatter it 2D6 cm. All models
under the template are hit on a 3+ and are destroyed with no armor save. Units with a hit location template
determine a location normally and roll for damage (no armor save) with Penetrating +3. Unfortunately this weapon
cannot create a stable warp hole on a shielded target so any model with operative shields of any type is immune
from attacks from this weapon. Shields must be brought down by other means before it can affect the target. This
weapon destroys buildings if they fail a basic save.

Scorpion: This is the second of the latest Eldar grav-tanks, armed with a rapid-firing Pulse Laser. The Scorpion is a
Skimmer. The Pulse Laser is a sophisticated rapid-fire laser weapon and an example of the Eldar’s technological
skill. The Pulse Laser can be fired in two ways. It can fire multiple volleys against one target, hitting on a 3+ and
inflicting D3 hits at -2 TSM. This mode of fire will Damage Buildings. Alternately, place the standard barrage
template anywhere within range and line of sight, and hit everything underneath on a 3+ with 0 TSM. Although this
weapon has an option of using a barrage template it is not artillery.

Storm Serpent: This grav-tank epitomizes the "lightning" art of war of the Eldar, as it can create a stable warp gate
allowing Eldar units quick access to critical spots on the battlefield, and the ability to escape if the tactical situation
so demands. Unlike other Eldar superheavy vehicles the Storm Serpend mounts a Holo-field instead of a main gun.
Wraithgate: If the Storm Seeker is on First Fire Orders, it may be activated in the Movement Phase and
project a Wraithgate within line of sight and 75 cm. Place a counter to mark the location of the gate. Once the gate is
open, Eldar infantry, cavalry and walker-class units may enter either the Wraithgate or the Storm Serpent by paying
the normal 5 cm to enter a transport. Remove the units from the board and give them their orders for next turn. In the
following turn’s Compulsory Movement Phase scatter them 2D6 cm from the opposite end of the gate (it takes a
turn to go through the gate).
The Storm Serpent must remain on First Fire Orders while units are 'in transit', and if the Storm Serpent is
destroyed while units are in transit they are lost in the warp and destroyed. The Wraithgate may not be repositioned
while units are in transit.

Tempest: The Tempest is a massive and heavily armed skimmer carrying long-range Tempest lasers.

Void Spinner: At first glance this appears to be a larger cousin of the Doomweaver. That, however, is where the
similarity ends. The Void Spinner fires a deadly barrage of concentrated bacteria and wraithbone parasites that
quickly devour any material in its impact zone. While the barrage template is used, it is not artillery, may not fire
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Eldar Titans

Eldar armies, as many of their opponents, use giant war machines. Eldar armies employ three main classes
of Titans. The first two of these, Phantom and Warlock, can be furnished with a variety of weapons and are bought
by the rules given in the Purchasing Titans section of the Core Rules. The third, the Revenant Scout Titan, has a
fixed armament and is simply bought as a single, unmodifiable unit. All Eldar titans are Agile.

Phantom Titan
The Phantom, or Finnadan, is the most common class of Eldar Titan. As its name suggests, the Phantom is
fast-moving and agile, embodying the Eldar military philosophy that prefers speed and mobility to heavy armor.
Like all Eldar military vehicles, the Phantom is designed for beauty as much as function, and compared to an
Imperial Titan it is very tall, slim and fragile-looking. This appearance is largely deceptive, for the Phantom is
strongly built, and can absorb at least as much damage as an Imperial Warlord Titan. Phantoms carry 2 weapon
systems in addition to their 2 wing-mounted weapons.

Warlock Titan
A Warlock Titan contains the spirits of mighty Eldar Seers and psykers within it’s Wraithbone core. The
combined psychic strength of the dead spirits, focused and amplified by the Wraithbone structure, is phenomenal -
far outstripping the powers of the living. This potent psychic ability, combined with the smooth agility of Eldar
Titans and their sophisticated weaponry, places the Warlock Titan at the pinnacle of Eldar achievement in the realm
of psychic engineering. Warlock Titans carry 2 weapon systems and 2 wing-mounted weapons.
1) Close Combat attacks count as ethereal psychic attacks (they kill Greater Daemons instantly).
2) Orders are not placed for Warlock titans. They may be activated in any combat phase, but once activated
must move within the restrictions of the orders given.
3) Warlocks have an unmodifiable 3+ Psychic Save.
4) A Warlock may use one of the powers below once per turn:
Doom: Use on any model within 50 cm and line of sight. All shots against that model will hit on a
3+. If that model is in Close Combat its base CAF is halved. Models with shields have a 4+ save against Doom and
may be rolled every turn. Psychic saves may be made against Doom. This lasts until another power is used.
Witch Sight: All enemy firing at the Titan in this combat phase suffer a -1 To-Hit penalty. In
Close Combat, opposing Titans and vehicles use one less die. If the Titan is immobilized it cannot use Witch Sight.
Mind Shout: All enemy models within 25 cm must immediately pass a morale check or go onto
Fall Back orders. Rolls of 1 fail automatically. All friendly units with models within 25 cm can immediately roll to
rally from Fall Back.

Revenant Scout Titan
These are purchased in units of two, which are independent units and do not need to maintain coherency
with each other. Scout Titans are equipped with Holo-fields for defense, and twin pulse lasers for offense. Scout
Titans are allowed a special movement mode due to the presence of jump jets. The Revenant is Hard to Hit when on
Charge Orders.
Jump Jets: When using jump jets the titan’s movement is in a series of leaps that allow it to ignore
intervening terrain. In order to use the jump jets the titan must be on Charge Orders. The maximum distance of each
leap is 15 cm, so a Revenant on Charge Orders can make four 15 cm leaps or any other combination that does not
exceed the movement allowance for the Titan. The maximum height of a normal leap is 5 cm. In order to jump over
higher obstacles the Titan uses 2 cm of movement for every additional 1 cm of height needed to jump an obstacle.
The Revenant cannot land in impassable terrain during any of its jumps.

Weapon Descriptions
Distortion Cannon: This deadly weapon funnels warp energy into a devastating attack that destroys even the most
powerful armor. This is the main Eldar anti-Titan weapon due to its special properties. Place a barrage template
within the Titans firing arc and range and roll for scatter once (2D6 as per normal indirect barrage). This is due to
the difficulty in opening the warp hole in a precise manner. Any targets under the template are hit on a 3+ and are
instantly destroyed with no armor save allowed! Models with a hit location template (like Titans/ Praetorians), once
the location of the hit is determined damage is automatic (no save for armor) and damage is determined adding +3 to
the roll. Unfortunately this weapon cannot create a stable warp hole on a shielded target so any model with operative
shields of any type is immune from attacks from this weapon. Shields must be brought down by other means before
it can affect the target. This weapon affects buildings and they count as destroyed if a saving throw is failed.
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Flamewind: These Anti-Aircraft wing guns have single barrels as opposed to 3 of the Firestorm batteries.

Heat Lance: This weapon operates under a complex combination of electromagnetic acceleration of a high-powered
energy bolt that mimics the destructive power of plasma weaponry but in a more controlled fashion thus negating
any drain on the Titans systems. Due to its nature the energy dissipates over long ranges as the energy loses its tight
configuration. Therefore the weapon is extremely deadly at close range.

Power Fist: This weapon is similar to the Imperial power fist but the Eldar version also carries a battery of Shuriken
cannons for ranged support. This weapon may not be used as a ranged weapon and Close Combat weapon in the
same turn. Titans armed with this weapon can make special grab attacks.
If the player selects to make a grab attack, he must select a location (from the Titans corresponding damage
location chart) and roll a D6 with a +1 modifier. The defending player also rolls a D6, but with no modifiers. If the
Titan making the grab attacks scores higher, the location the player selected receives maximum damage (the most
damaging result). If the result is a tie the defender has slipped out of the grasp, but receives normal damage (resolve
normally by rolling once on the damage table for that location). If the defenders score is higher, it has broken free
and receives no damage.
Titans in base-to-base contact with buildings may elect, in addition to normal attacks, to hit the building
once. The building must make a save at -4 TSM or be destroyed.

Psychic Lance: This weapon epitomizes Eldar mastery of psychic technology. This weapon harnesses the mental
psychic energy of powerful warlocks (harnessed in special spirit stones in the Titans cockpit) into a beam capable of
destroying heavily armored targets. Place a barrage template within the titans firing arc and range. Anything under
the template is hit on a 5+ and is destroyed without an armor save. Units with a hit location template take damage to
the head/bridge location. This weapons attack counts as an ethereal physical psychic attack and ignores shields of all
kinds. Psychic saving throws apply to resist this attack. Models with robotically controlled minds or equipment are
immune to this attack (like tarantulas and robots). Warlock Titans receive +1 to their T-Hit rolls when using this
weapon.

Pulse Laser: This is a sophisticated rapid-fire laser weapon and an example of the Eldar’s technological skill. The
Pulse Laser can be fired in two ways. It can fire multiple volleys against one target, hitting on a 3+ and inflicting D6
hits at -2 TSM. This mode of fire will Damage Buildings. Alternately, place the standard barrage template anywhere
within range and line of sight, and hit everything underneath on a 3+ with 0 TSM. Although this weapon has an
option of using a barrage template it is not artillery.

Tremor Cannon: This weapon is larger version than the one used by Eldar infantry. This weapon is powerful
enough to recreate the damage cause by a full battery of the lesser weapons. The Tremor Cannon fires a fluctuating
electro-magnetic beam that rips apart a targets molecular structure. The beam is fired into the ground and travels
along the line of fire producing secondary explosions and the disintegration of the target area.
When using this weapon trace an imaginary line between the firing Titan and the target. Any model in the
line of fire is hit on a roll of 5+ and must save at a -2 penalty to avoid destruction. The primary target is hit on a roll
of 3 or more. Any building in the trajectory of the weapon is hit automatically and must save at -6 to avoid
destruction. Due to the weapons nature of traveling along the ground, this weapon ignores shields of any type. When
a target with a hit location template is struck only the lowest portion of its template may be selected for the purpose
of saving throws and damage. A Titan armed with two of these weapons may cross the beams, hitting secondary
targets as described above but the primary target (where the beams meet) is hit automatically. Buildings must save
or be destroyed.

Wing Weapons: The wings on Eldar Titans house the mechanisms of their Holo-fields. There is also space to
mount weapons, either Lascannons or Missile Launchers.

Optional Rule: Combined Barrages
If a titan is equipped with two Missile Launcher wings, they may be combined as per the artillery rules.

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Weapon Costs

Class Description Cost
Basic Distortion Cannon 125
Heat Lance 50
Power Fist 50
Psycannon 75
Pulse Laser 150
Tremor Cannon 85
Anti-aircraft Flamewind AA Wing 45
Wing Las-Cannon Wing 75
Missile Launcher Wing 25


Weapon Summary

Weapon Range
Attack
Dice
To-Hit TSM Notes
Distortion Cannon 75 cm Template 3+ none Always scatters, destroys buildings
Flamewind 100 cm 1 4+ -2 AA
Heat Lance 0-25 cm 1 2+ -5 Penetrating +5
26-50 cm 1 3+ -3 Penetrating +3
50-75 cm 1 4+ -1 Penetrating +1
Power Fist 50 cm 4 4+ -1 Shoot or use in CC, Destroys Buildings
Psychic Lance 50 cm Template 5+ none
Use barrage template. Non-physical psychic
attack.
1 2+ -2 D6 hits, Damages Buildings
Pulse Laser (choose one) 75 cm
10 BP 2+ 0
Tremor Cannon 100 cm Special Special -2/-6
Target hit on 3+, intervening models on 5+,
Destroys Buildings
Wing Lascannon 75 cm 2 3+ -2
Wing Missile Launcher 100 cm 4 BP 5+ 0


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Phantom Titan Template

Move CAF Shields Repair Notes
Holo-field (fixed save, barrages ignore it)
Titan’s Orders Save On
First Fire 4+
Advance 3+
20 cm +12
Charge 2+
4+ Agile: any number of turns when moving

Weapon Slot Range Attack Dice To-Hit TSM Notes
Right Arm
Left Arm
Right Wing
Left Wing

FRONT SIDE REAR

Wing
3+

Wing
3+

Wing
3+

Wing
3+

Wing
3+


Wing
Weapon
2+
Head
1+
Wing
Weapon
2+

Wing
3+
Wing
Weapon
2+
Head
1+

Wing
3+
Head
2+
Wing
3+


Weapon
2+
Reactor
1+
Weapon
2+

Weapon
2+
Weapon
2+

Weapon
2+
Reactor
3+
Weapon
2+

Weapon
2+
Leg
2+

Leg
2+
Weapon
2+

Leg
2+

Weapon
2+
Leg
2+

Leg
2+
Weapon
2+

Leg
1+

Leg
1+

Leg
1+

Leg
1+

Leg
1+


Leg
1+

Leg
1+

Leg
1+

Leg
1+

Leg
1+


Head Reactor
1-2 CAF halved and the titan may only move or fire if you first
roll a 4+ on 1D6. This damage may be repaired.
1-2 Reactor damaged. Titan may not move, fire or repair other
damage until the reactor is repaired.
3 CAF halved for the rest of the game. 3-4 Reactor off-line. If the reactor is not repaired at the end of
this turn, it explodes as 5-6 (below).
4 Same as 1-2, except damage cannot be repaired. 5-6
5-6


The Titan crashes to the ground as a result of the explosions.
Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Any vehicles or
troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed.

Reactor explodes! The titan is removed from the game. Any
vehicles or troop stands within 3D6 cm are automatically hit,
and must make an unmodified save to avoid destruction.
Weapon Leg
1-2 Weapon damaged and cannot be used until repaired. 1-2 Leg damaged. Speed drops by half and the titan cannot enter
difficult terrain or use jump jets.
3-4 Weapon destroyed and cannot be used in this battle. 3-4 Leg is heavily damaged. Roll a D6 in each End Phase;
subtract 2 if the titan has Charge Orders and 1 if Advance
Orders. If the result is 0 or less, the leg snaps as in 6 (below).
5 Weapon is blown off the titan and scatters 2D6 cm in a
random direction. Any models it hits must make an
unmodified save to avoid destruction.
5 Leg destroyed and the titan is crippled. It may not move or
turn for the rest of the game.
6 Same as 5, but there is a flashback to the titan’s hull. Roll a
D6. On 1-2 roll for damage on the Wing, 3-4 on the Reactor,
5-6 on the Head.
6 The leg is blown apart, the titan crashes to the ground and is
destroyed. Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Any
vehicles or troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed.
Wing Wing Weapon
1-3 Wing damaged. Holo-field will not work until it is repaired. 1-3 Roll for damage on the Wing.
3-6 Wing destroyed. Titan’s Holo-fields stop working for the rest
of the game.
4-6 Roll for damage on the reactor.
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Revenant Scout Titan Template

Move CAF Shields Repair Notes
Holo-field
(fixed save, barrages ignore it)
Titan’s Orders Save On
First Fire 4+
Advance 3+
30 cm +7
Charge 2+
4+
Agile: any number of turns when moving
Hard to Hit when on Charge Orders

When on Charge Orders, the titan’s jump jets allow it to
leap over terrain up to 15 cm wide and 5 cm high. The
Revenant may not land on impassable terrain.

Weapon Range Attack Dice To-Hit TSM Notes
Pulse Laser (choose one) 1 2+ -2 D6 hits, Damages Buildings

100 cm
10 BP 2+ 0
Missile Launcher 100 cm 4 BP 5+ 0
Scatter Laser 25 cm 3 5+ 0

FRONT SIDE REAR

Wing
2+

Wing
3+

Wing
3+

Weapon
2+
Head
1+
Weapon
2+

Reactor
2+
Weapon
2+
Weapon
2+

Weapon
3+
Weapon
2+
Weapon
3+

Leg
2+

Leg
2+

Jump
Jets 3+

Leg
2+

Leg
2+

Leg
2+

Leg
2+

Leg
2+

Head Reactor
1-2 CAF halved and the titan may only move or fire if you first
roll a 4+ on 1D6. This damage may be repaired.
1-2 Reactor damaged. Titan may not move, fire or repair other
damage until the reactor is repaired.
3 CAF halved for the rest of the game. 3-4 Reactor off-line. If the reactor is not repaired at the end of
this turn, it explodes as 5-6 (below).
4 Same as 1-2, except damage cannot be repaired. 5-6
5-6

The Titan crashes to the ground as a result of the explosions.
Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Any vehicles or
troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed.

Reactor explodes! The titan is removed from the game. Any
vehicles or troop stands within 3D6 cm are automatically hit,
and must make an unmodified save to avoid destruction.
Weapon Leg
1-2 Weapon damaged and cannot be used until repaired. 1-2 Leg damaged. Speed drops by half and the titan cannot enter
difficult terrain or use jump jets.
3-4 Weapon destroyed and cannot be used in this battle. 3-4 Leg is heavily damaged. Roll a D6 in each End Phase;
subtract 2 if the titan has Charge Orders and 1 if Advance
Orders. If the result is 0 or less, the leg snaps as in 6 (below).
5 Weapon is blown off the titan and scatters 2D6 cm in a
random direction. Any models it hits must make an
unmodified save to avoid destruction.
5 Leg destroyed and the titan is crippled. It may not move or
turn for the rest of the game.
6 Same as 5, but there is a flashback to the titan’s hull. Roll a
D6. On 1-2 roll for damage on the Wing, 3-4 on the Reactor,
5-6 on the Head.
6 The leg is blown apart, the titan crashes to the ground and is
destroyed. Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Any
vehicles or troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed.
Wing Jump Jets
1-3 Wing damaged. Holo-field will not work until it is repaired. 1-2 Jump Jets are damaged and may not be used until repaired
3-4 Jump Jets are triggered by the hit, blasting the titan 2D6 cm
in a random direction. If the titan lands in difficult or
impassable terrain, it is destroyed.
3-6 Wing destroyed. Titan’s Holo-fields stop working for the rest
of the game.
5-6 Jump Jets explode and cause the titan to jump as 3-4 (above),
and roll damage on the reactor.

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Shadow Spinner Template

Move CAF Shields Repair Notes
Shadow Field (fixed save, barrages ignore it)
Titan’s Orders Save On
First Fire 4+
Advance 3+
35 cm +6
Charge 2+
4+
Agile: any number of turns when
moving

Weapon Range Attack Dice To-Hit TSM Notes
Shadow Weaver LoS Template 4+ None Special rules
Dark Lances 75 cm 2 4+ -2
Heavy Disintigrator 75 cm 1 5+ -2

FRONT REAR SIDE

Joint
3+
Weapon
3+

Joint
3+

Joint
3+

Weapon
3+
Joint
3+

Joint
3+
Joint
3+

Leg
2+

Head
2+
Hull
1+

Leg
2+

Leg
2+

Reactor
2+
Hull
1+

Leg
2+

Leg
2+
Hull
1+
Hull
1+
Leg
2+
Leg
2+

Leg
2+

Leg
2+

Leg
2+

Leg
2+

Leg
2+

Head Reactor
1-2 CAF halved and the titan may only move or fire if you first
roll a 4+ on 1D6. This damage may be repaired.
1-2 Reactor damaged. Titan may not move, fire or repair other
damage until the reactor is repaired.
3 CAF halved for the rest of the game. 3-4 Reactor off-line. If the reactor is not repaired at the end of
this turn, it explodes as 5-6 (below).
4 Same as 1-2, except damage cannot be repaired. 5-6
5-6


The Titan crashes to the ground as a result of the explosions.
Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Any vehicles or
troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed.

Reactor explodes! The titan is removed from the game. Any
vehicles or troop stands within 3D6 cm are automatically hit,
and must make an unmodified save to avoid destruction.
Weapon Leg
1-2 One random weapon is damaged and cannot be used until
repaired.
1-2 Leg damaged. Speed drops by half and the titan cannot enter
difficult terrain or use jump jets.
3-4 One random weapon is destroyed and cannot be used in this
battle.
3-4 Leg is heavily damaged. Roll a D6 in each End Phase;
subtract 2 if the titan has Charge Orders and 1 if Advance
Orders. If the result is 0 or less, the leg snaps as in 6 (below).
5 One random weapon is blown off the titan and scatters 2D6
cm in a random direction. Any models it hits must make an
unmodified save to avoid destruction.
5 Leg destroyed and the titan is crippled. It may not move or
turn for the rest of the game.
6 Same as 5, but there is a flashback to the titan’s hull. Roll a
D6. On 1-2 roll for damage on the Wing, 3-4 on the Reactor,
5-6 on the Head.
6 The leg is blown apart, the titan crashes to the ground and is
destroyed. Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Any
vehicles or troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed.
Hull Joint
1-2 The Titan’s Shadow field generators are shut down and stop
working until repaired.
1-2 Joint is damaged. Speed drops by half and the titan cannot
enter difficult terrain.
3-4 The Titan’s Shadow field generators are destroyed and the
field stops working for the rest of the game.
3-4 Joint is heavily damaged. Roll a D6 in each End Phase;
subtract 2 if the titan has Charge Orders and 1 if Advance
Orders. If the result is 0 or less, the leg snaps as in 6 (below).
5 The field generator is in danger of overloading and must be
shut down before it explodes. Roll a D6 in the End Phase: on
5+ the field is safely shut down, otherwise it explodes as in 6
(below).
5 Leg is destroyed and the titan is crippled. It may not move or
turn for the rest of the game. Shadow Field is reduced to 5+.
6 The Shadow Field generator overloads and explodes. The
titan is destroyed but remains standing. All units within 3D6
cm are automatically hit, and must make an unmodified save
to avoid destruction.
6 The leg is blown apart, the titan crashes to the ground and is
destroyed. Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Any
vehicles or troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed.


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Warlock Titan Template

Move CAF Shields Repair Notes
Holo-field (fixed save, barrages ignore it)
Titan’s Orders Save On
First Fire 4+
Advance 3+
20 cm +12
Charge 2+
4+
Agile: any number of turns when moving
Close Combat hits are ethereal psychic
3+ Psychic Save
Orders are not placed for Warlocks
One of the following power per turn:
Doom: Target any model within sight and 50 cm. All shots against that model will hit on a 3+. If that model is in CC its base CAF is halved.
Models with shields have a 4+ save against Doom and may be rolled every turn. Psychic saves may be made against Doom. This lasts until
another power is used.
Witch Sight: The titan is Hard to Hit. Enemy vehicles and larger units lose one die in Close Combat. If the Titan is immobilized it cannot
use Witch Sight.
Mind Shout: All enemy models within 25 cm must immediately pass a morale check or go onto Fall Back Orders. Rolls of 1 fail
automatically. All friendly units with models within 25 cm can immediately roll to rally from Fall Back.

Weapon Slot Range Attack Dice To-Hit TSM Notes
Right Arm
Left Arm
Right Wing
Left Wing

FRONT SIDE REAR

Wing
3+

Wing
3+

Wing
3+

Wing
3+

Wing
3+


Wing
Wpn 2+
Head
1+
Wing
Wpn 2+

Wing
3+
Wing
Wpn 2+
Head
1+

Wing
3+
Head
2+
Wing
3+


Weapon
2+
Reactor
1+
Weapon
2+

Weapon
2+

Weapon
2+
Reactor
3+
Weapon
2+

Weapon
2+
Leg
2+

Leg
2+
Weapon
2+

Leg
2+
Weapon
2+

Weapon
2+
Leg
2+

Leg
2+
Weapon
2+

Leg
1+

Leg
1+

Leg
1+

Leg
1+

Leg
1+


Leg
1+

Leg
1+

Leg
1+

Leg
1+

Leg
1+


Head Reactor
1-2 CAF halved and the titan may only move or fire if you first
roll a 4+ on 1D6. This damage may be repaired.
1-2 Reactor damaged. Titan may not move, fire or repair other
damage until the reactor is repaired.
3 CAF halved for the rest of the game. 3-4 Reactor off-line. If the reactor is not repaired at the end of
this turn, it explodes as 5-6 (below).
4 Same as 1-2, except damage cannot be repaired. 5-6
5-6


The Titan crashes to the ground as a result of the explosions.
Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Any vehicles or
troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed.

Reactor explodes! The titan is removed from the game. Any
vehicles or troop stands within 3D6 cm are automatically hit,
and must make an unmodified save to avoid destruction.
Weapon Leg
1-2 Weapon damaged and cannot be used until repaired. 1-2 Leg damaged. Speed drops by half and the titan cannot enter
difficult terrain or use jump jets.
3-4 Weapon destroyed and cannot be used in this battle. 3-4 Leg is heavily damaged. Roll a D6 in each End Phase;
subtract 2 if the titan has Charge Orders and 1 if Advance
Orders. If the result is 0 or less, the leg snaps as in 6 (below).
5 Weapon is blown off the titan and scatters 2D6 cm in a
random direction. Any models it hits must make an
unmodified save to avoid destruction.
5 Leg destroyed and the titan is crippled. It may not move or
turn for the rest of the game.
6 Same as 5, but there is a flashback to the titan’s hull. Roll a
D6. On 1-2 roll for damage on the Wing, 3-4 on the Reactor,
5-6 on the Head.
6 The leg is blown apart, the titan crashes to the ground and is
destroyed. Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Any
vehicles or troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed.
Wing Wing Weapon
1-3 Wing damaged. Holo-field will not work until it is repaired. 1-3 Roll for damage on the Wing.
3-6 Wing destroyed. Titan’s Holo-fields stop working for the rest
of the game.
4-6 Roll for damage on the reactor.

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Eldar Army Cards

Standard Eldar List
Company Cards Contents
Break
Point Morale
Victory
Points Cost
Guardian Host 3 Guardian Detachments 9 3 5 450
Falcon Host 3 Falcon Detachments 5 3 5 450
Defender Warhost 3 Defender Detachments 14 3 9 850
Jetbike Host
Vyper Squad
2 Jetbike Squads
8 3 6 550
Spirit Host
Warlock stand
Wraithguard Detachment
2 Wraithlord Detachments
Warlock - 5 500
Tempest Host 2 Tempest Squadrons 3 3 9 900

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Bonesinger * Bonesinger stand & Command Falcon Stand 3 1 125
Exarchs 4 Exarch stands 2 - 4 400
Farseer * Farseer stand & Command Falcon Stand - 2 150
Forward Observer * Forward Observer stand & Command Falcon Stand - 1 100
Harlequin Troupe 4 Harlequin stands 2 2 2 150
Master Mime* One Master Mime card - - 1 50
Pathfinders 4 Pathfinder stands 2 2 1 100
Warlock Warlock stand & Command Falcon Stand - 1 125
Peregrine Option * Command Peregrine replaces Command Falcon - - - 25
Titans
Phantom Titan Phantom hull Model - Varies 300
Phantom Titan Host * 3 Phantom hulls Each - Varies 900
Revenant Scout Titans * 2 Revenant Scout Titans Each - 2 400
Warlock Titan Warlock hull Model - Varies 400

Support Cards Contents
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Points Cost
Infantry
Guardian Detachment 6 Guardian stands 3 3 2 150
Defender Detachment 6 Guardian stands & 3 Falcons 5 3 3 300
Wraithguard Host 4 Wraithguard stands 4 - 1 100
Aspect Warriors
Dark Reapers 4 Dark Reaper stands 2 2 3 250
Dire Avengers 4 Dire Avenger stands 2 2 1 125
Fire Dragons 4 Fire Dragon stands 2 2 1 100
Howling Banshees 4 Howling Banshee stands 2 2 2 150
Shining Spears * 4 Shining Spear Jetbikes 2 2 2 200
Striking Scorpions 4 Striking Scorpion stands 2 2 2 150
Swooping Hawks 4 Swooping Hawks stands 2 2 2 150
Warp Spiders * 4 Warp Spider stands 2 2 2 200
Cavalry
Jetbike Squad 5 Jetbikes 3 3 2 200
Vyper Squad 5 Vypers 3 3 3 250
Walkers
War Walker Squad 3 War Walkers 2 3 2 150
Wraithlord Squad 4 Wraithlords 4 - 2 200




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Vehicles
Fire Prism Fire Prism Grav-Tank Model 3 1 50
Firestorm AA Firestorm Model 3 2 150
Falcon Squadron 3 Falcons 2 3 2 150
Peregrine Squadron * 3 Peregrine Grav-Tanks 2 3 2 200
Wave Serpent Squadron 2 Wave Serpents 1 3 2 150
Light Artillery
Bright Lance Battery 3 Bright Lances 2 3 1 100
Vibro-Cannon Battery 3 Vibro-Cannons 2 3 1 100
Heavy Artillery
Doomweaver Battery 2 Doomweavers 1 3 2 150
Unicorn Battery * 2 Unicorns 1 3 2 150
Warp Hunter Battery 2 Warp Hunters 1 3 2 200
Pulse Laser Barrage * One Orbital Barrage Round - - - 2 VP
Web Bomb * One Orbital Barrage Round - - - 2 VP
Knights
Fire Knight Detachment * 3 Fire Knights of any type 2 2 3 250
Bright Warrior Detachment * 3 Bright Warriors of any type 2 2 3 300
Towering Knight Detachment * 3 Towering Knights of any type 2 2 4 350
Flyers
Phoenix Fighter Bomber Phoenix Fighter Bomber Model 3 3 300
Vampyre Troop Carrier Vampyre Troop Carrier Model 3 1 100
Nightwing Squadron 3 Nightwings 2 3 3 300
Superheavies
Cobra * Cobra Grav-Tank Model 3 3 250
Scorpion * Scorpion Grav-Tank Model 3 3 250
Storm Serpent * Storm Serpent Grav-Tank Model 3 3 300
Tempest Squadron 3 Tempest Grav-Tanks 2 3 5 500
Void Spinner * Void Spinner Grav-Tank Model 3 2 200

* Optional unit. These require consent of both sides to use.

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Codex Craftworld Lists
All Craftworlds Contents
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Victory
Points Cost
Eldar Avatar Avatar Model - 2 Free


Alaitoc Craftworld

Support Card
Alaitoc Rangers 4 Pathfinder stands 2 2 1 100

Biel-Tan Craftworld

Biel Tan Phoenix Host
3 Phoenix Lords
Purchase any 3 Aspect Warrior Detachments
8 1 Varies 200+

Iyanden Craftworld

Iyanden Wraith Host
Warlock stand
2 Wraithguard Detachments
2 Wraithlord Detachments
Warlock - 5 500
Special Cards
Spiritseer Spiritseer stand & Command Falcon Stand - 1 100

Saim-Hann Craftworld

Saim-Hann Wind Rider Host
2 Vyper Squads
3 Jetbike Squads
13 3 7 650
Support Card
Revenant Scout Titans 2 Revenant Scout Titans Each - 2 @ 400
Special Cards
Farseer on Jetbike Farseer on Jetbike Model - 2 150
Warlock on Jetbike Warlock on Jetbike Model - 1 125

Ulthwe Craftworld

Ulthwe Black Guardian Host 4 Guardian Detachments 12 3 5 450
Support Card
Guardian Storm Squad 4 Guardian Heavy Weapon stands 2 3 2 200


Harlequin Masque
Company Cards Contents
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Points Cost
Harlequin Masque
Great Harlequin stand & Command Venom
3 Harlequin Troupes
7 2 5 450
Support Cards
Death Jester Troupe 4 Death Jesters stands 2 2 3 250
Harlequin Troupe 4 Harlequin stands 2 2 2 150
Harlequin Jetbike Squadron 5 Harlequin Jetbikes stands 3 2 3 250
Master Mime One Master Mime card - - 1 50
Mime Troupe 4 Mimes stands 2 3 1 125
Venom Squadron 4 Venoms 2 3 2 150
Special Cards
Shadowseer Shadowseer stand & Command Venom Stand 1 2 150
Solitaire Solitaire stand Stand - 2 150
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Dark Eldar
Company Cards Contents
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Points Cost
Raider Kabal
Dracon, Incubi stand, & Command Raider
3 Warrior Cadres
15 3 10 950
Wych Cult
Dracite, Wych stand & Command Raider
3 Wych Cadres
15 3 10 950
Reaver Kabal 3 Reaver Jetbike Squadrons 8 3 7 650
Ravager Kabal 3 Ravager Squadrons 5 3 7 650
Command Cards (Must buy 1)
Archon Archon, Incubi stand, Combat Barge Archon 1 1 100
Archite Archite, Wyches stand, Combat Barge Archite 1 1 100
Special Cards
Dark Warlock Dark Warlock stand & Command Raider Stand 2 2 150
Shadow Spinner Shadow Spinner Scout Titan Model - 2 200
Shadow Spinner Squadron 2 Shadow Spinner Scout Titans Each - 4 400
Webway Portal Webway Portal - - +3 +300
Support Cards
Banshee Battery 3 Banshee AA Raiders 2 3 2 225
Enslaver Battery 2 Enslaver Raiders 1 3 2 150
Grotesque Cadre Hæmonculus, 5 Grotesque stands, 3 Raiders 5 3 4 350
Hellions Cadre 6 Hellion stands 3 3 3 250
Mandrake Cadre 4 Mandrake stands 2 3 2 150
Scourge Cadre 4 Scourge stands 2 3 2 200
Shadow Raider Shadow Raider Model 3 2 150
Ravager Squadron 3 Ravagers 2 3 2 225
Raven Squadron 3 Raven Interceptors 2 3 3 275
Reaver Jetbike Squadron 5 Reaver Jetbike stands 3 3 2 225
Razorwing Razorwing Fighter-Bomber Model 3 2 200
Warrior Cadre 6 Warrior stands, 3 Raiders 5 3 3 300
Wych Cadre 6 Wych stands, 3 Raiders 5 3 3 300
Warp Beasts Pack Beastmaster stand, 5 Warp Beast stands 3 3 2 200

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Eldar Knights
Company Cards Contents
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Eldar Knight Host
Fire Knight Detachment
Bright Warrior Detachment
Towering Knight Detachment
5 2 8 800
Defender Warhost 3 Defender Detachments 14 3 9 850
Jetbike Host
Vyper Squad
2 Jetbike Squads
8 3 6 550
Special Cards
Harlequin Troupe 4 Harlequin stands 2 2 2 150
Pathfinders 4 Pathfinder stands 2 2 1 100
Warlock Warlock stand & Command Falcon Stand - 1 125
Support Cards
Guardian Detachment 6 Guardian stands 3 3 2 150
Defender Detachment 6 Guardian stands & 3 Falcons 5 3 3 300
Jetbike squadron 5 Jetbikes 3 3 2 200
Vyper Squadron 5 Vypers 3 3 3 250
War Walker Squadron 3 War Walkers 2 3 2 200
Firestorm AA Firestorm Model 3 2 150
Falcon Detachment 3 Falcons 2 3 2 150
Bright Lance Battery 3 Bright Lances 2 3 1 100
Fire Knight Detachment 3 Fire Knights of any type 2 2 3 250
Bright Warrior Detachment 3 Bright Warriors of any type 2 2 3 300
Towering Knight Detachment 3 Towering Knights of any type 2 2 4 350


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Exodites
Company Cards Contents
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Defender Host 3 Fusiliers Detachments 9 3 5 450
War Host 3 Warrior Detachments 9 3 4 350
Dragon Host 3 Dragon Knight Squadrons 8 3 6 600
Scout Host
Lethosaur Knight Squadron
2 Raptor Knight Squadrons
8 3 5 500
Support Cards
Fusilier Detachment 6 Fusiliers stands 3 3 2 150
Warrior Detachment 6 Warriors stands 3 3 1 125
Rangers Squad 4 Rangers stands 2 2 1 100
Dragon Knight Squadron 5 Dragon Knights stands 3 3 2 200
Lethosaur Knight Squadron 5 Lethosaur Knights stands 3 3 2 200
Raptor Knight Squadron 5 Raptor Knights stands 3 3 2 175
Pterosaur Knight Squadron 5 Pterosaur Knights stands 3 3 2 200
Dragoon Squadron 5 Dragoons stands 3 2 3 250
Scout Walker Squadron 3 Scout Walkers 2 3 1 100
Vyper Carrier Squadron 6 Vypers Carriers 3 3 2 175
Bright Lance Travois Battery 3 Bright Lance Travois stands 2 3 1 125
Missile Launcher Travois Battery 3 Missile Launcher Travois stands 2 3 1 125
Starcannon Travois Battery 3 Starcannon Travois stands 2 3 1 125
Hellbender Squad 3 Hellbenders 2 3 2 150
Special Cards
Baron Baron stand & 2 Dragoon stands Baron 1 1 100
Carnosaur Carnosaur Model 2 2 200
Dragon Serpent Squadron 3 Dragon Serpents 2 3 2 225
Exo-Suit Squadron 3 Exo-Suits 2 2 3 300
Megadon Megadon Model 2 3 300
Visionary Visionary stand Stand 1 2 175


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Summary of Unit Statistics

Troop Type Move Save CAF Weapons Range
Attack
Dice
To-Hit
Roll
TSM Notes
Special
Archon / Archite 10 cm - +7 Xenospasm 35 cm 2 5+ -2 Command, Elite, HQ, Shadow Field, Dodge
Avatar 15 cm 2+f +10 Spear 15 cm 1 2+ -3 No choice of actions
Baron 20 cm 4+/6+f +6 Blast Pistol 25 cm 2 5+ 0
Cavalry, Elite, HQ, Laser Lance,
Wraithbone shield
Bonesinger 10 cm - +1 Laspistols 25 cm 1 5+ 0 HQ, Mechanic, Special
Dracon / Dracite 10 cm - +5 Terrorfex/Agoniser 35 cm 2 5+ -1 Elite, HQ, Dodge
Exarch 20 cm 5+f +8 Ancient Artifacts 75 cm 2 3+ -1 Elite, HQ
Farseer 10 cm 6+f +3 Shuriken Pistol 25 cm 1 5+ 0 HQ, Psychic Powers
Farseer on Jetbike 35 cm 6+f +3 Shuriken Pistol 25 cm 1 5+ 0 HQ, Psychic Powers
Forward Observer 10 cm - +0 Shuriken Pistol 25 cm 1 5+ 0 HQ, Stealth, Special
Great Harlequin 10 cm - +8 Pistol/Kiss 25 cm 1 4+f -2 HQ, Elite, Special
Harlequin 10 cm - +6 Shuriken Pistol 25 cm 1 5+ 0 Re-roll Close Combat defeat
Master Mime - - - ECM Equipment - - - - Special
Pathfinder 10 cm 6+f +1 Lasgun 50 cm 1 4+ 0 Infiltration, Sniper, Stealth
Phoenix Lord As the appropriate Aspect Warrior plus Command & HQ
Shadowseer 10 cm - +0 Splinter Pistol 25 cm 1 5+ 0 HQ, Psyker
Solitaire 15 cm 4+f +10 Neuro-Disruptor Template - Special No HQ, Elite, Special
Visionary 20 cm 6+f +4 Pistol/Witchblade 25 cm 1 5+ 0 Cavalry, HQ, Psyker
Warlock 10 cm 6+f +2 Shuriken Pistol 25 cm 1 5+ 0 HQ, Elite, Psychic Powers
Warlock on Jetbike 35 cm 6+f +2 Shuriken Pistol 25 cm 1 5+ 0 HQ, Elite, Psychic Powers
Infantry
Beastmaster 15 cm - +3 Pistol/Agoniser 25 cm 1 5+ 0 HQ, Gladiator, Combat Drugs
Dark Warlock 10 cm - +0 Splinter Pistol 25 cm 1 5+ 0 HQ, Psyker
Death Jester 10 cm - +3 Shrieker Cannon 50 cm 2 4+ -1 Special
Fusilier 10 cm - +0 Blast Carbine 50 cm 1 5+ 0
Grotesque 10 cm 6+f +3 Claws - - - - Stupid, Terror
Guardian 10 cm - +0 Shuriken 50 cm 1 5+ 0
Guardian Heavy Weapon 10 cm - +0 Lascannon 75 cm 2 5+ -1
Hæmonculus 10 cm - +4 Destructor Template - 4+ -1 Elite, HQ, Special
Incubi 10 cm 6+ +4 Tormentor Helm 25 cm 1 5+ 0 Elite
Mandrake 10 cm 6+f +2 Pistol/Blades 25 cm 1 5+ 0 Ambush, Stealth
Mime 10 cm - +3 Pistols/Sword 25 cm 1 5+ 0 Deep Strike
Scourge 15 cm - +0 Splinter Cannons 75 cm 2 5+ -1 Jump Pack
Warriors (Exodite) 10 cm - +1 Blast Pistols/Swords 25 cm 1 5+ 0
Warriors (Dark Eldar) 10 cm - +0 Splinter Rifles 50 cm 1 5+ 0
Wraithguard 10 cm 5+ +2 Wraithcannon 50 cm 1 5+ -2 Special
Wyches 10 cm - +3 Pistols/Blades 25 cm 1 5+ 0 Combat Drugs, Dodge
Aspect Warriors
Dark Reaper 10 cm 5+ +1 Missile Launcher 75 cm 2 4+ -1 Elite, Quickdraw
Dire Avenger 10 cm - +2 Shuriken 50 cm 3 4/5/6+ 0 Elite, Special
Fire Dragon 10 cm - +2 Thermal Gun 25 cm 1 4+ -2 Elite, Ignores Cover
Howling Banshee 10 cm - +6 Power Sword 25 cm 1 5+ 0 Elite, Special
Striking Scorpion 10 cm - +6 Mandi-Blaster 25 cm 1 5+ 0 Elite, Special
Swooping Hawk 25 cm - +2 Lasgun 25 cm 1 5+ 0 Elite, Deep Strike, Hard to Hit, Jump Pack
Warp Spider 30 cm 5+f +2 Web Spinners Special - 3+ 0 Elite, Fire on the Fly, Special
Cavalry
Dragoons 20 cm 5+/6+f +4 Plasma Carbines 35 cm 1 4+ -1
Elite, Exodite Shock Lance, Wraithbone
shield
Dragon Knight 20 cm 6+f +3 Blast Carbines 50 cm 1 5+ 0 Laser Lance, Wraithbone shield
Harlequin Jetbike 35 cm - +5 Shuriken Catapults 15 cm 1 5+ 0 Skimmer
Hellion 25 cm 6+f +2 Hellglaives 50 cm 1 5+ 0 Combat Drugs, Skimmer
Jetbike 35 cm - +3 Shuriken Catapult 15 cm 1 5+ 0 Skimmer
Lethosaur Knight 25 cm - +1 Plasma Carbines 35 cm 1 4+ -1 Infiltration, Hit & Run
Pterosaur Knight 30 cm - +1 Blast Carbines 50 cm 1 5+ 0 Deep Strike, Skimmer
Raptor Knights 25 cm - +3 Blast Pistols/Swords 25 cm 1 5+ 0 Infiltration
Reaver Jetbike 35 cm - +3 Blasters 15 cm 1 4+ -1 Combat Drugs, Skimmer
Shining Spear 35 cm 6+ +5 Shuriken Catapult 15 cm 1 5+ 0 Elite, Skimmer, Special
Vyper Jetbike 35 cm 6+ +1
Shuriken Cannon
Shuriken Catapult
25 cm
15 cm
2
1
5+
5+
0
0
Skimmer
Warp Beasts 20 cm - +4 Claws - - - - Triple move on Charge
Walkers
Scout Walker 30 cm - +1 Scatter Laser 25 cm 3 5+ 0 Holo-field
Talos 10 cm 4+ +5 Talos Stinger 50 cm D6 5+ -1 Skimmer, AI
War Walker 25 cm 6+ +1 Lascannon 75 cm 1 5+ -2
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Scatter Laser 25 cm 3 5+ 0
Wraithlord 10 cm 5+ +4
Lascannon
Shuriken Cannon
75 cm
25 cm
1
2
5+
5+
-2
0
Special
Vehicles
Combat Barge 30 cm 4+ +4
Dark Lance
Disintigrators
75 cm
50 cm
1
2
4+
5+
-2
-1
OTV, Shadow Field, Skimmer, Transport 2
Dragon Serpent 25 cm 3+ +1 Warp Wave 2D6x10 Special 4+ - Skimmer, Transport 2, Special
Fire Prism 25 cm 3+ +1 Prism Cannon 75 cm 1 3+ -2 Skimmer, Special
Falcon 25 cm 3+ +1 Lascannon 75 cm 1 4+ -2 Skimmer, Transport 2
Firestorm AA 25 cm 3+ +1 Laser Battery 100 cm 3 4+ -2 Skimmer, AA
Peregrine 25 cm 3+ +2
Lascannon *
Scatter Laser
75 cm
25 cm
1
3
4
5
-2
0
* Turret
PD(1), Skimmer, Transport 1
Raider 30 cm 5+ +0 Dark Lance 75 cm 1 4+ -2 OTV, Skimmer, Transport 2
Ravager 30 cm 4+ +2
Dark Lance
Disintigrators
75 cm
50 cm
1
2
4+
5+
-2
-1
Skimmer
Shadow Raider 30 cm 5+ +2
Shadow Cannon *
Heavy Disintigrators
100 cm
75 cm
1
2
3+
5+
-4
-2
Skimmer, Shadow Field
* Penetrating +3
Wave Serpent 25 cm 3+ +1 Warp Wave 2D6x10 Special 4+ - Skimmer, Transport 2, Special
Venom 35 cm 6+ +1 Shuriken Catapults 15 cm 1 5+ 0 Holo-field, OTV, Skimmer, Transport 1
Vyper Carrier 35 cm 6+ +1 Shuriken Catapults 15 cm 1 5+ 0 OTV, Skimmer, Transport 1
Light Artillery
Bright Lance 10 cm - -3 Lascannon 75 cm 1 4+ -2
Bright Lance Travois 15 cm - -3 Bright Lance 75 cm 1 4+ -2 Fire on the Fly
Missile Launcher Travois 15 cm - -3 Missile Launcher 100 cm 2 BP - 0 Fire on the Fly
Scatter Laser 10 cm - -3 Scatter Laser 50 cm 2 4+ 0
Starcannon Travois 15 cm - -3 Starcannon 75 cm 2 5+ -1 Fire on the Fly
Vibro-Cannon 10 cm - -3 Vibro-Cannon 75 cm Line Varies Varies Special
Heavy Artillery
Banshee AA Raider 30 cm 5+ +0 Splinterstorm 75 cm 3 4+ -1 AA, Skimmer
Doomweaver 25 cm 3+ +1 Wire Thread Special Special 4+ None Skimmer, Special
Enslaver Raider 30 cm 5+ +1 Net-thrower LoS Special 4+ No Skimmer
Hellbenders 15 cm 6+ +1 Fire Breath Template - 4+ 0 Ignores Cover
Unicorn* 25 cm 3+ +2 Vibro Cannon 75 cm Line Varies Varies Skimmer, Special
Warp Hunter 25 cm 3+ +1 Warp Cannon 75 cm Special Varies None Skimmer, Special
Pulse Laser Barrage - - - Orbital Barrage Special 1 2+ -2 Special. Cost: 2 VP
Web Bomb - - - Orbital Barrage Special Special 4+ None Special. Cost: 2 VP
Knights
Exo-Suit 20 cm 3+/6+f +4
Star Lance
Scatter Laser
75 cm
25 cm
Special
3
4+
5+
-2
0
Holo-field, Wraithbone Shield
Fire Gale 20 cm 3+ +2
Maelstrom Laser
Scatter Laser
75
25
2
3
4+
5+
-2
0
Holo-field, Psychic Lance
Fire Reaper 20 cm 3+ +3 Lascannon 50 3 5+ -1 Holo-field, Psychic Lance
Fire Storm 20 cm 3+ +2
Missiles
Shurikens
100
25
4 BP
2
5+
6+
-2
0
Holo-field, Psychic Lance
Bright Stallion 25 cm 4+ +3
Maelstrom Laser
Scatter Laser
75
25
2
3
4+
5+
-2
0
Holo-field, Psychic Lance
Bright Stalker 25 cm 4+ +3
Maelstrom Laser
Lascannon
75
50
2
1
4+
5+
-2
-1
Holo-field, Psychic Lance
Towering Destroyer 25 cm 2+ +5
Maelstrom Laser
Scatter Laser
75
25
2
3
4+
5+
-2
0
Holo-field, Psychic Lance
Towering Fury 25 cm 2+ +5
Maelstrom Laser
Lascannon
75
50
2
1
4+
5+
-2
-1
Holo-field, Psychic Lance
Superheavies
Carnosaur 20 cm 1+ +12
Starcannon
Scatter Laser
75 cm
25 cm
2
3
5+
5+
-1
0
Bloodlust, PD(2)
Cobra 20 cm 1+ +5
D-Cannon
Shuriken Cannon
75 cm
25 cm
Template
2
3+
5+
None
-1
Skimmer, PD(3), Special
Megadon 10 cm 1+ +8
Bright Lance
Starcannons
Psychic Blaster
75 cm
75 cm
Template
1
4
-
4+
5+
Special
-2
-1
None
Bloodlust, PD(6)
Scorpion 20 cm 1+ +5
Pulse Laser x2
Shuriken Cannon
75 cm
25 cm
Varies
2
Varies
5+
Varies
-1
Skimmer, PD(3), Special
Storm Serpent 20 cm 1+ +3 Shuriken Cannon 25 cm 4 5+ -1 Holo-field, Skimmer, PD(3), Special
Tempest 25 cm 1+ +4
Tempest Laser *
Shuriken Cannon
100 cm
25 cm
2
2
4+
5+
-3
-1
* Turret
Skimmer, PD(1)
Void Spinner 20 cm 1+ +3
Void Spinner
Shuriken Cannon
100 cm
25 cm
8 BP
2
3+
5+
-3
-1
Skimmer, PD(3)
Fliers
Nightwing 100 cm 3+ +4
Lascannon
Shuriken
Missiles
75 cm
25 cm
50 cm
1
4
4 BP
4+
5+
5+
-2
0
0
Flier
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Phoenix 75 cm 3+ +2
Sonic Cannon *
Shuriken
Plasma Bombs
75 cm
50 cm
Special
2
4
8 BP
4+
5+
3+
-3
0
-3
Flier, 2 barrage attacks during movement
* Ignores Cover
Raven Interceptor 115 cm 5+ (a) +5
Dark Lances
Splinter Cannon
25 cm
25 cm
2
2
4+
5+
-2
0
Flier, Shadow Field
Razorwing Fighter-Bomber 90 cm 5+ (a) +2
Dark Lances
Splinter Cannons
Horrorfex
25 cm
25 cm
25 cm
2
2
4 BP
4+
5+
5+
-2
-1
Special
Flier, Shadow Field, Special
Vampyre 100 cm 4+ 0
Shuriken
Missiles
25 cm
25 cm
6
4 BP
5+
5+
-1
-1
Flier, Transport 6
Titans
Phantom Titan 25 cm Template +12 Purchase 2 weapons + 2 Wings Agile, Holo-field
Revenant Scout Titan 30 cm Template +7
Pulse Laser
Missile Launcher
Scatter Laser
75 cm
100 cm
25 cm
Varies
4 BP
3
Varies
5+
5+
Varies
0
0
Agile, Holo-field, Hard to Hit on Charge,
Jump Jets, Special
Shadow Spinner 35 cm Template +6
Shadow Weaver
Dark Lances
Heavy Disintigrator
LoS
75
75
Special
2
1
4+
4+
5+
None
-2
-2
Agile, Shadow Field, Dodge
Warlock Titan 20 cm Template +12 Purchase 2 weapons + 2 Wings Agile, Holo-field, 3+ Psychic Save, Psychic Powers, Special

Table of Contents
BACKGROUND ......................................................................................................................................................... 2 THE ELDAR ARMY ................................................................................................................................................. 3 SPECIAL RULES....................................................................................................................................................... 4 AVATARS................................................................................................................................................................... 4 ELDAR KNIGHT PSYCHIC LANCES ............................................................................................................................. 4 HOLO-FIELDS ............................................................................................................................................................. 4 SAMPLE ARMY: SAIM-HANN CRAFTWORLD ................................................................................................ 5 CRAFTWORLD ELDAR .......................................................................................................................................... 6 ALAITOC .................................................................................................................................................................... 6 BIEL-TAN .................................................................................................................................................................. 7 IYANDEN ................................................................................................................................................................... 7 SAIM-HANN ............................................................................................................................................................... 8 ULTHWE .................................................................................................................................................................... 8 DARK ELDAR............................................................................................................................................................ 9 ELDAR KNIGHTS................................................................................................................................................... 13 EXODITES................................................................................................................................................................ 14 HARLEQUINS ......................................................................................................................................................... 17 UNIT DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 19 SPECIAL UNITS ........................................................................................................................................................ 19 INFANTRY ................................................................................................................................................................ 21 CAVALRY ................................................................................................................................................................ 22 WALKERS ................................................................................................................................................................ 22 VEHICLES ................................................................................................................................................................ 22 LIGHT ARTILLERY ................................................................................................................................................... 23 HEAVY ARTILLERY ................................................................................................................................................. 23 FLIERS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 24 KNIGHTS .................................................................................................................................................................. 25 SUPERHEAVIES ........................................................................................................................................................ 25 ELDAR TITANS ...................................................................................................................................................... 26 WEAPON DESCRIPTIONS .......................................................................................................................................... 26 WEAPON COSTS ....................................................................................................................................................... 28 WEAPON SUMMARY ................................................................................................................................................ 28 PHANTOM TITAN TEMPLATE ................................................................................................................................... 29 REVENANT SCOUT TITAN TEMPLATE ...................................................................................................................... 30 SHADOW SPINNER TEMPLATE ................................................................................................................................. 31 WARLOCK TITAN TEMPLATE ................................................................................................................................... 32 ELDAR ARMY CARDS .......................................................................................................................................... 33 STANDARD ELDAR LIST........................................................................................................................................... 33 CODEX CRAFTWORLD LISTS .................................................................................................................................... 35 SUMMARY OF UNIT STATISTICS ..................................................................................................................... 39

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Background
The Eldar are an ancient race, their civilization predating humanity by hundreds of thousands of years. They encountered the Old Slaan, learned much of the universe that is now forgotten and they held dominion over a large part of the galaxy. They created many beautiful things, lived long lives and when they eventually died, their spirits passed peacefully back into the Warp to be born again. Their worlds were paradises of great beauty and cultural achievement. After the passing of the Slaan, the Eldar excelled above all races and technology. Slowly, their own pride began to consume the Eldar race. They became proud and arrogant and grew to view all alien races as inferior barbarians, unworthy of respect or consideration. The Eldar had long outgrown the need for physical labor of any kind, as their technology provided all that was required without individual effort. This left the long-lived Eldar to spend their lives seeking pleasure and satisfying their desires. Many gave way to the most hedonistic of impulses. Cults sprang up all over the Eldar civilization dedicated to different aspects of sensual excesses. As these cults gained more power over the Eldar, they became more and more corrupt, wanton and abandoned. Sadistic killers prowled the streets in search of victims. The need for pleasures became more and more demanding, and for the Eldar it became harder and ever harder to satisfy their desires, so their acts became more and more depraved. The bestial roar of the crowds was heard throughout the galaxy and gutters ran with blood. For generations the Eldar were driven with madness, and they slew and laughed and feasted upon the corpses of the dead while worlds burned. The Old Slann are said to have forewarned the Eldar how every living thought and feeling creates an echo in the warp, and how like characteristics re-echo together, creating a unified circulating wave of energy. Such waves form vortices of pure energy manifesting a collective consciousness and will. The Slann called these conscious warp creatures the Powers of Chaos and warned against them. The Eldar learned anew as the depravity and foul sickness of the Eldar civilization raised a creature born of that depravity. The Fall of the Eldar is said to have happened in a single orgy of destruction. With a howl of psychic energy, a new Chaos Power awoke, rising into supernatural life and crying out his pain. A psychic implosion tore at the universe and there was not a single Eldar who did not hear the birthing cry of agony. The spirits of the Eldar were drawn from their minds and consumed as their god took his first infernal breath. Intoxicated with this first drought, the Power laughed and became Slaanesh, the new Chaos God given form by the dreams of the Eldar. The center of the psychic implosion lay at the heart of the Eldar realm but the shockwave spanned the galaxy. Every Eldar within tens of thousands of light years was destroyed in an instant, their spirits sucked into the Warp to feed the hungry god. Only those upon the fringes of the galaxy survived unharmed, while those closer were spared but twisted, changed and corrupted by the power of the Warp. In but a moment, the Eldar had become a doomed people, reduced to refugees scattered throughout space, knowing that their Great Enemy had been born and would pursue them for the rest of eternity. The region of space that was once the heartworlds of the Eldar became a great rend in space, now called the Eye of Terror. Here the Warp and the material universe overlap and daemons bathe in the energy of Chaos, while Daemon Princes and the Chaos Space Marines rule over planets turned into Hell worlds. Here lie the Crone Worlds, the ancient worlds that once made up the Eldar empire. Today, though few in number, the Eldar are one of the most technologically advanced races in the galaxy. Eldar are as unreadable and unpredictable as their battle tactics, but only a fool would ignore any warnings of doom they may foretell. These deadly alien warriors fight for their very survival as they attempt to regain their former glory.

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The Eldar Army
The Standard Army consists of the best-known Eldar forces that appear throughout the galaxy. These troops can represent Craftworld soldiers, exploration teams, Dark Eldar raiding parties, Exodite honor duel expeditions or Eldar pirates. If you choose to run a Standard Army you must put at least 50% of your points into the Standard Eldar List. The other 50% may be spent on any one Standard List other than Chaos.

Standard Army Eldar

At least 50% of your points into… Standard Eldar List

Up to 50% into… Any one Standard List except Chaos

Each of the Craftworlds and the Eldar Knights are separate Codex Armies. Pick one, and you must spend 75% of your points on that list plus the Standard Eldar List. You may put up to 25% of your points into one other Craftworld, the Eldar Knights, Exodites or any one Standard List other than Chaos. The Exodies are a Codex army. If you want to play them you have to put 75% of your points into them and up to 25% into any of the allies listed above. Dark Eldar are also a Codex army, and are willing to consider working with Chaos. You must put at least 75% of your points into them and may put up to 25% of your points into any one Standard List except Eldar.

Codex Army Craftworld Eldar Knights Exodites Dark Eldar

At least 75% of your points into… Codex List & Standard Eldar List Exodite List Dark Eldar List

Up to 25% into… One other Craftworld, Knights, Exodites, or any one Standard List except Chaos Any one Standard List except Eldar

As opposed to other armies where you may not mix and match the Company and Support Cards from different Codex lists, with Eldar Craftworlds you may do so. For example, if you’re running both Saim Hain and Alaitoc, you may buy a Saim Hain Wind Rider Host and support it with Alaitoc Pathfinders.

Special Rule: Harlequin Masque
The Harlequin Company Card is never taken as a Core Army, instead always serving as an ally to an army that is facing Chaos or Necrons. The Core Army must be able to take Eldar as allies, e.g. Harlequins will not show up at a Chaos-vs-Chaos battle. Further, only a single Masque (their Company Card), up to five Support and one Special Card may be purchased from the Harlequin list, regardless of the total points in your Core Army.

Special Rule: Eldar Knights as Allies
Eldar Knights are available as an allied contingent for any Craftworld or Exodite army. You may put up to 50% of your points into the Eldar Knight List, regardless of the Codex Army restrictions above. If the Knights are going to show up at all, they’re going to show up in force! Note: The Exodite and Dark Eldar armies should be considered optional and require the approval of your opponent.

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Any Craftworld force may include an Avatar. The dispersion of the field and the distortion it produces are dependent on both the mass and the speed with which the unit is moving. Fearless and Hard to Hit abilities. Molten metal flows through it's frame like blood. Should the physical shell be destroyed his spirit will retreat to a throne deep within the Craftworld. The Avatar is a raging spirit and blind to the notions of tactics or objectives. The target takes a hit at 0 TSM before CC dice are rolled. Effect vs. They function only on the turn when the Knight charges another unit. so it does not reduce the number of Special and Support Cards allowed. When a Greater Daemon is attacked. running down his arms and splattering on the ground. The target's CAF is reduced to zero for this round of CC. When a Knight charges into combat. Eldar Knight Psychic Lances All Eldar Knights are equipped with a Psychic Lance for use in Close Combat. Titan is on… First Fire Orders Advance or Fall Back Orders Charge Orders Non-titan is on… First Fire Orders Advance or Fall Back Orders Charge Orders Fixed Save 5+ 4+ 3+ 2+ NetEpic 5. becoming stronger and more intense. As the Eldar prepare for war the collective psychic resonance from the thousands of warriors will gather together. The Chaos player may apply add +1 to the roll for each Chaos Card he sacrifices. a Hit Location Template No effect: resolve combat as normal. it must make its basic saving throw or be destroyed (it cannot use Chaos Cards to save itself). Psychic Lances are particularly effective against Greater Daemons. This is a Free Card and is in addition to the rest of the Eldar force.Special Rules Avatars An Avatar is the embodied spirit of a Craftworld’s War God and a physical representation of the suppressed Eldar racial passions – war. The Avatar has the Command. CAF is reduced by D6 for this round of CC. Fear. He will automatically move 15 cm towards the nearest enemy in the Compulsory Movement phase. This save is ineffective against template weapons. Holo-fields Some units use a protective system known as a Holo-field. Close Combat.0 Eldar Army Book 4 . as well as psychic attacks that do not require line of sight. where it will draw strength and await the next call to battle. The Avatar is not actually under the player's control and is not given orders. his only purpose is to wreak as much death and destruction as possible. or on the second or later rounds of Close Combat. CAF is halved for this round of CC. any barrage template that covers the unit will always scatter regardless of whether it is direct fire or not. The Avatar's saving throw is a fixed 2+ against absolutely everything: physical. In addition. If the Avatar is not engaged in Close Combat then he will fire his spear at the nearest enemy model in the First Fire phase. roll a D6 before resolving the combat: Roll 1-3 4-5 6 Effect on most units No effect: resolve combat as normal. They do not work if the Knight itself has been charged. psychic. instant-kill or special ability. Apply a -1 modifier to this roll for each Eldar Knight beyond the first that adds its Lance to the charge. bloodlust. and drips and sizzles from his mouth. The only way to kill the Avatar is to hit him a lot and pray for a "1". hatred and death. These cards must be discarded before dice are rolled. This device wreaks havoc on targeting systems and makes the unit difficult to hit. However. His terrifying appearance has earned him the title of the Bloody-Handed God. revenge. If this distance is enough to reach the enemy then he will stop and engage it in Close Combat. A Holo-field grants a Fixed Save against all incoming shots according to the orders it has. As the battle draws near these psychic energies emerge as a nigh-indestructible form of red-hot iron.

If they start a turn over 10 cm away from a living Eldar unit the Waystone Spirit will charge towards the nearest living Eldar. a Waystone Spirit must always remain within 10 cm of a living Eldar unit and will always duplicate orders of that unit. When an Eldar dies his consciousness passes into the Warp where The Enemy. the detachment may be given any orders that turn. but more like a dream-state. Waystones can also be implanted into machines. motivated by the consciousness of the dead Eldar they contain. Waystones are implanted into the Wraithbone skeleton of the Eldar Craftworlds. Sample Army: Saim-Hann Craftworld Army Card 1) Wind Rider Host Special: Warlock on Jetbike Revenant Scout Titans Unicorn Battery Doomweaver Battery War Walker Squadron 2) Falcon Host Special: Warlock on Jetbike Fire Prism Fire Prism Fire Prism Fire Prism Fire Prism Ally: Alaitoc Craftworld (limit 750 points) 3) Falcon Host Alaitoc Rangers Total Cost 650 125 400 150 150 150 450 125 50 50 50 50 50 450 100 3000 Notes NetEpic 5. and the consciousness they contain becomes the controlling element of the machine.Special Ability: Waystone Spirit To the Eldar. Waystone Spirits are both Inorganic and Artificial Intelligence. When the Eldar go to war they are frequently accompanied by the dead in the form of Wraithguards and Wraithlords. If a Warlock is within 10 cm of any model in the detachment. They are not Robotic and do not need to be programmed before a battle. thereby cheating Slaanesh of his quarry and saving the Eldar from a fate that is literally worse than death. perceiving things around about in a shadowy and disconnected way. releasing the spirit of the dead Eldar into the fabric of the Eldar Craftworld itself.0 Eldar Army Book 5 . However. They can move and act much like living creatures. Every Eldar wears around his neck a small gem called a Waystone. allowing the Eldar to live again in a new form. They are immune to the restrictions of firing upon Greater Daemons and are immune to any sort of Morale effect. awaits to consume it. and can only enter Close Combat if the Eldar unit they are moving towards is engaged in Close Combat. Slaanesh the Bane of the Eldar and Great Power of Chaos. This consciousness is not quite the same as that of a living person. the purpouse of which is to absorb his owner’s consciousness should he be killed. the prospect of death represents a final horror unthinkable to a human and unimaginable to an Ork. A Waystone Spirit unit is an artificial body with an Eldar Waystone implanted inside.

but certainly not unknown. but other than that you may treat the entire board as their deployment zone. The symbol depicts the sword of Khaine bisecting the Red Moon. The Red Moon in Eldar legend was created when Khaine slew Eldanesh. but there are significant gaps in the system and some Craftworlds are completely isolated. During the Fall of the Eldar many Craftworlds were used as escape pods. These Eldar remain loyal to the Craftworld and return to it in due course or times of dire need. as well as providing valuable information on other races. and their Craftworlds have become silent. NetEpic 5. the colour red acting as a constant reminder to his bloody death. Yes. the sign of Eldanesh. and even now it remains a sprawling zone of border empires and outlaw worlds. secretly monitoring the isolated civilizations and strange races that live there. Alaitoc Alaitoc Craftworld lies in the eastern edge of the galaxy – the frontier region which has never been reconquered by the Imperium. you may purchase Alaitoc Rangers which have the same stats but gain the Deploy Anywhere special ability. all Eldar are united by a common culture and racial identity. Of course. the Eldar hero slain by the god Khaine. but even so the threat cannot be ignored. Today the tunnel network still connects to millions of places throughout the galaxy. some seeking to recreate the glory of the Eldar empire. The vast system of warp tunnels that once connected the Eldar civilization collapsed. self-contained ecosystems housing thousands of families within a complete biosystem. Other tunnels have simply collapsed or the places they led to were destroyed or desolated. and this may take them into the enemy deployment zone. During setup. You must place the stands in a detachment within coherency and you can't place them closer than 5 cm to an enemy unit. Before the Imperium existed it was colonized by humans.0 Eldar Army Book 6 . lifeless tombs holding only the dead. The Red Moon is a sign of ill-omen or impending battle for most Eldar. All Craftworlds have scouts. Eldar and others. but such alliances are usually temporary and have no lasting significance. Alaitoc Rangers get their infiltrate movement too. Orks. Others have died a gradual death as their populations slowly dwindled over the centuries. This melting pot of races and cultures lies far away from the immediate threat of Chaos. The symbol of Alaitoc is known as the Doom of Eldanesh. Alaitoc Rangers explore and patrol the thousands of worlds beyond the reach of the Imperium. Craftworlds do sometimes ally together to face a common threat or to achieve a common objective. Alaitoc Rangers may be placed anywhere on the battlefield that isn’t in the enemy deployment zone. so that some are now tens or hundreds of times larger than the original trading ships which lie at their cores. but that means little when it comes to defending the interests of their own particular Craftworld. Each Craftworld is independent and conducts its own affairs and wages its own wars. and daemonic intrusions from the warp have forced much of the rest to be sealed. Alaitoc Ranger Special Ability: Deploy Anywhere Alaitoc Rangers are legendary for their ability to infiltrate and gain the best position on the battlefield. but the Alaitoc use it to remind themselves of what happens of mortals offend the gods. with zones containing forests and natural flora as well as urban and industrial areas. After setup. Many of the original Craftworlds have grown considerably in size. others merely fighting to avoid being consumed by the forces of Chaos. Over the millennia the isolated pockets of Eldar civilization have wandered the galaxy.Craftworld Eldar During their heyday the Eldar traveled the galaxy in vast trading ships called Craftworlds. carrying tens of thousands of fleeing Eldar from the decaying homeworlds. go to the infiltrate movement phase and move units normally. These trading Craftworlds were city-sized. Wars between one Craftworld and another are rare. but on Alaitoc the Path of the Outcast is followed by many. and the dead Eldar lord was placed in the sky. Special Rule: Alaitoc Craftworld If you run Alaitoc Craftworld then instead of Pathfinders.

The leaders of Biel-Tan also see it as their duty to protect the Exodite worlds. giving rise to a large number of attacks against small colonies. The Host costs 850 points and is worth 9 Victory points. The completed Phoenix Host will consist of three detachments. These stands take on the exact same characteristics as the Aspect Warriors. and only once he has fulfilled this role can he continue along the Eldar Path. driven by anger and a burning desire for vengeance. Divide the total cost by 100 and round up to determine the Victory Point total. The Biel-Tan have taken it upon themselves to rebuild the glory of the Eldar and therefore place greater importance on the Path of the Warrior. desperate gamble. The name of the Craftworld means ’Rebirth of Ancient Days’ and the Craftworld is represented by the rune ’The Reborn’. as when the time comes for the Eldar to emerge from the shadows and reclaim what is rightfully theirs. Add a Phoenix Lord stand to each detachment of Aspect Warriors. is considered the first step upon the Eldar Path. The Craftworld and its people had been dealt a blow from which they could never recover.a fate thought to have befallen every Eldar before the Fall. the Biel-Tan are renowned for their strong warrior ideals. Their Spirit Stones have been re-implanted into the Wraithbone core that forms the psycho-active skeleton framework of the Craftworld. Upon reaching physical maturity a Biel-Tan Eldar becomes an Aspect Warrior. The ancient Spirit Stones were removed from their resting place and installed into animated fighting bodies called Wraiths and Ghosts. However. two cards of Dark Reapers (250 points each) and one of Howling Banshees (150 points). Endless waves of Tyranid warriors swept over the Craftworld. The Phoenix Host does not have a fixed cost or Victory Point value. the Biel-Tan emphasis on the Path of the Warrior has produced a proportionately higher number of Phoenix Lords and the formation of the Phoenix Host. These troops become part of the Phoenix Host and are no longer considered Support Cards. The Tyranids’ psychic warp blockade disabled the Craftworld’s warp tunnels and prevented the Eldar from summoning help from other Craftworlds. many of the Iyanden spirit warriors have gradually drifted back into the slumber of death. As a last. NetEpic 5. It is their philosophy that it is better to eradicate any usurpers as soon as possible before the enemy becomes well established. and one detachment of a Howling Banshee Phoenix Lord & four Howling Banshee stands.0 Eldar Army Book 7 . standing for the principle of reincarnation . locust-like alien menace. etc). I may now add one Special and five Support Cards to the Host. The Orks are particularly hated by the Biel-Tan as they can rapidly spread across a newly colonised world. the Eldar decided to wake their dead to repel the invaders. Swooping Hawk Phoenix Lords. Amongst the Eldar. Iyanden This Craftworld was once the largest of all Eldar Craftworlds and its people the most numerous. knowing that if a new Eldar empire is to be forged it will be through battle and bloodshed. the Way of the Warrior. These metal-bodied heroes of long ago wait for the call of battle and a chance to vent their wrath upon the enemies of their race. the life-stage that encompasses the Aspect Warriors. Since their awakening. However. many linger in wakefulness. Example: I purchase a Phoenix Host (200 points).Biel-Tan Biel-Tan Craftworld is located towards the southern rim of the galaxy. each eventually beaten by the Eldar but at a progressively higher cost. Colonisation by other races is seen as a threat to the future growth of the Eldar empire. For the Eldar of Biel-Tan. After you purchase the Company-level Phoenix Host card you must purchase any three cards of Aspect Warriors (they may be the same ones or all different). While powerful they are not normally common enough to stand out on the Epic battlefield. the Exodite worlds will be the first staging points in the conquest of the other races. with the addition of the Command and HQ abilities. at the edge of what is believed to be the extent of the ancient Eldar empire. It consists of two detachments of a Dark Reaper Phoenix Lord & four Dark Reaper stands. and there is a Phoenix Lord for each type of Aspect Warrior (Dark Reaver Phoenix Lords. Special Rule: Biel-Tan Craftworld The Phoenix Lords are the most ancient of the Eldar Exarchs. The Wraithguard and Ghost Warriors turned the tide of battle and the Tyranids were beaten back. each with four Aspect Warriors and a Phoenix Lord of that type. Iyanden was also the scene of the Eldar’s first encounter with the Tyranid the all-consuming. but it was a hollow victory for Iyanden. Their once-proud world stood in ruins and four-fifths of the inhabitants lay dead in its shattered halls.

not just the Aspect Warriors. However they are thought of. in the Saim-Hann Craftworld the Eldar Path is followed in a less formal manner. Ulthwé is known for the many Eldar who follow the Path of the Seer. It may not field Guardian Hosts as there simply aren’t enough living infantry to balance out the risk of fielding them without Falcon transports. Constant warfare has hardened its people . with young pilots determined to out-do each other in battle. after the color of their uniforms. The Ulthwé make the claim that they need their numerous Farseers to keep watch for the many and varied guises of Chaos. The need for vigilance in the face of their greatest enemy has led to the creation of a standing force of Guardians known as the Black Guardians of Ulthwe. Its people have long been accustomed to warfare. Your Warlocks and Farseers may be mounted on jetbikes for no extra cost. and they rely heavily on Wraithguard and Wraithlords in their warhosts. but all of Ulthwean society. NetEpic 5. the invasions of Chaos and the original Fall of the Eldar. for Ulthwe is situated perilously close to the Eye of Terror. Other Craftworlds regard this as very dangerous. faster and more agile Revenant Scout Titans.0 Eldar Army Book 8 . mobile troops. Thanks to this large force of permanently mobilized troops. Special Rule: Ulthwe Craftworld If you run Ulthwe Craftworld you may field the Black Guardian Host. which is four Guardian Detachments for the price of three. because these are the very traits which led to daemonic possession. composed of two Vyper Squads and three Jetbike Squads. The most famous of the Saim-Hann are the Wild Riders who go into battle riding Jetbikes and Vypers.The Iyanden Eldar are on the brink of extinction. Special Rule: Iyanden Craftworld If you run Iyanden Craftworld you may field the Wraith Host. composed of a Warlock. Among the Craftworlds. On the down side. Of all the Craftworlds. Whereas the other Craftworlds have long-since developed the Eldar Path as a means of selfcontrol. Ulthwe has survived almost constant warfare for thousands of years. The Seer Council is constantly diverting the course of history to their own ends. preferring the smaller. the raucous. Special Rule: Saim-Hann Craftworld If you run Saim-Hann Craftworld you may field the Wind Rider Host. Ulthwé interferes the most in the affairs of other races: their psykers can foresee future events with a greater precision and for a longer duration than those of other Craftworlds. This Craftworld is renowned amongst the other Eldar as a slightly wild and dangerous place. two Wraithguard and two Wraithlord detachments. with warriors from Ulthwé frequently being sent on missions to subtly alter the balance of fate in battles that will ultimately concern their home. The speed and power of these barely-controllable machines is a symbol of warrior prowess. Saim-Hann Saim-Hann was one of the first Craftworlds to flee from the Eldar home worlds as the Fall approached and it still retains many ties with the Exodites who preceded them. but those from other Craftworlds often claim that it is the Eye of Terror itself which has tainted the inhabitants of Ulthwé and exaggerated their psychic potential. Ulthwe Ulthwe is the most overtly militaristic Craftworld. This reliance on the dead has given rise to an increase in the numbers of psykers specialised in raising the souls of the Eldar from where they reside in the Infinity Circuit. Some Eldar even regard the Saim-Hann Craftworld as a nest of wild barbarians living at the edge of Eldar society. you may not field the Tempest Host as your soldiers are far too eager to ride their high-speed jetbikes into combat to tie themselves down into a large. You are also reluctant to field the Phantom Titan Host. covering the wild and carefree Eldar of old. It is as if the people of Saim-Hann have a thin veneer of Eldar ways. cumbersome target. These necromantic psykers known as Spiritseers are adept at communing with the souls of the dead and act as a node for the spirits roused. boastful warriors of Saim-Hann are skilled jetbikers and aggressive. excelling at swift raids.

Shadow Fields are identical to Holo-fields. Webway Portal: This is a mobile form of the portal used by the Dark Eldar to link together places via the webway. They respect nothing but themselves and are utterly ruthless. diabolical and steeped in mystery. Shadow Field: Surrounding the unit wearing it in a dark miasma of energy. NetEpic 5. All teleporting units exit from the portal in the subsequent Compulsory Movement phase. Countless untold horrors await those who are unlucky enough to survive the initial assault. Though a few soldiers have managed to hide or escape their clutches. Those pirates were termed the Dark Eldar. Their blood was slick upon the walls and floors of the dormitories. Over time it became apparent that only certain factions of the Eldar were responsible for the savage reputation of the Eldar. They claim that these vile beings were created from those Eldar who were weak of mind and spirit and inadvertently allowed the Chaos in." Inquisitor Absolvus Not all Eldar were slain in the Fall. Special Rules Army Construction: Dark Eldar armies must purchase either an Archon (a male war leader) or Archite (female). When a unit in Close Combat with the Dark Eldar is broken and fails it's Morale check. roll a D6 for each stand still in base-to-base contact with a Dark Eldar stand in the End Phase: on a roll of 4+ the stand is taken prisoner (removed) and the Dark Eldar player is awarded 1 Victory Point. they can be assigned any order. Dark Eldar are war-hungry. They are fast. Only one Webway Portal may be taken in a Dark Eldar army. nor does it take up a Support or Special Card slot. torture and casual violence are the only law. and not all Craftworlds escaped the corruptive touch of the Warp. Roll 1D6 at beginning of the game for each detachment that receive Combat drugs: D6 1-2 3-4 5-6 Effect Triple normal move on Charge Orders +1 CAF Unit becomes Fearless Prisoners: The Dark Eldar almost always take prisoners during their raids. bloodthirsty self-serving sadists. along with any detachment taken as Support card of that company. Their innards were hung from control panels like grotesque decorations of some insane celebration. The bones of five thousand brave men lay scattered about the winding corridors. a Shadow Field absorbs the energy of any hits inflicted. they usually go mad from lunacy or disease. Now that they have been corrupted. The Webway Portal may be activated at the start of any Orders phase: place a Barrage template on any point of the table and scatter it twice. determining the final position of the portal. Though considered teleported units. and must be placed within 5cm of it.0 Eldar Army Book 9 . As such. as those not killed outright by their hideously effective weaponry are taken captive and vanish into the vast. attributing to all Eldar the encounters of blood-thirsty raiders that left only the dead and horribly mutilated behind. For decades the Imperium did not distinguish between the various Craftworlds. dark Craftworlds where murder. slavery. insuring that if a swipe of the blade does not cause an instant kill. Combat Drugs: Many Dark Eldar troops use drugs to artificially boost their already finely honed abilities. making protected units almost immune to any damage. all taken as sick trophies by these despicable attackers. which lead to the destruction of the Eldar civilization. The detachments of the Company card it is assigned to act as teleported. there is no salvation for them. You may only buy one Archon or Archite. many Eldar will deny that such treachery is in their true nature. there is an intense and unceasing rivalry between the Eldar and the Dark Eldar. and they take a positive delight in the infliction of pain and misery. cunning. This card does not count as a Company Card and may not receive Support Cards of it’s own. the victim will eventually die anyway.Dark Eldar "I will never forget what I saw at Obsidian Station. Because of this is thought that the Dark Eldar coat their blades in the most vile biological and hallucinogenic toxins imaginable. Though they claim themselves to be a more self-aware counterpart to the Eldar. But not a single skull was to be found.

The Beastmasters use Combat Drugs. and benefit from a special 5+ fixed save in Close Combat. Dracon/Dracite: Dracons and Dracites lead the various Kabals in battle. can carry 2 infantry stands and is an Open-Topped Vehicle. leaving worlds in ruin and a mountain of dead heaped in their wake. Roll a Scatter die. Grotesques: All Dark Eldar take pleasure in suffering. Dark Eldar Lords are protected by a powerful Shadow Field (unlike the normal Shadow Field. This is an ethereal psychic power. They always ride converted Ravagers with a powerful Shadow Field along with their retinues. as their years of experience in the gladiatorial arenas of Commorragh enable them to avoid their opponents’ blows with ease. and the Enslaver then moves to the netted victims and hauls them inside to be transported away.Special Units Archon/Archite: Dark Eldar thrive on domination and power. as the Dark Eldar are an evil and power-hungry race. and those who ruthlessly use a combination of fear. but if there are no shields then the crew of the unit is reduced. Combat Barge: The most powerful Archons and Wych Archites are the supreme lords of their respective Kabals. Archons are armed with Soulseeker ammunition that ignores cover. with no Armor Save allowed. Since the net's charge is psychic. Place any stand hit upside down and it can neither move nor fire until end of battle. These Dark Eldar Lords lead their servants into battle in the search for slaves and souls. Beastmaster: Beastmasters are a sub-sect of the Wych cult that fight against wild creatures in the arenas of Commorragh. Like all Dark Eldar vehicles it is a skimmer. especially in the infliction of pain. thus making them more difficult to hit or fight them in Close Combat. If any Dark Eldar unit moves into base-to-base contact with a netted stand. If the affected unit attempts to move. Shadowed units in Close Combat receive +2 CAF. Psychic saves apply but armor saves do not. Units with active Shields (any type) are unaffected. and all enemy units must first roll 4+ in order to shoot at shadowed units. with a “hit” indicating movement in the desired direction. The effects last until the End Phase. but is only effective only against infantry. The net contains a psychic charge which renders anybody caught inside inactive without causing them any physical harm. All direct fire aimed at the shrouded unit is at –1 To-Hit. a Lord requires a retinue to also protect him from his own followers nearly as much as they are required to shield him from the enemy! Dracons are armed with Soulseeker ammunition that ignores cover. These officials will protect their Lord in battle but. The Net-thrower fires an individual web template (the Doomweaver template): take one template and place it over the intended target anywhere within LoS and range. The shadowed units appear to flicker in and out of their shadows. 2) Shroud of Darkness: Target one detachment within 50 cm and line of sight. blackmail and random violence will quickly rise to positions of authority. Banshee AA Raider: This is a rapid-fire Anti-Aircraft gun mounted on a Raider. but always get the Triple Charge rate result in order to allow them to keep up with their pack of Warp Beasts. Anything under the templates is hit on 4+. others are less happy about NetEpic 5.0 Eldar Army Book 10 . This is an ethereal psychic power. The Enslaver is armed with a Net-thrower which fires a net of psychoactive Wraithcrystal fibres. The unit may not move this turn and suffers a -1 To-Hit penalty for the rest of the game. this one grants the Archon/Archite a 5+ fixed save). On 4+ the model is destroyed. and even if successful they must do so at -1 To-Hit. Some Grotesques have become so obsessed by this need for torture that they have turned on their own bodies. it is captured and counts as a prisoner (+1 Victory Point each). 3) Death Grip: The Dark Warlock may attack any model within 25 cm range and line of sight. as their years of experience in the gladiatorial arenas of Commorragh enables them to avoid their opponents’ blows with ease. Archites benefit from a special 4+ fixed save in Close Combat. roll the scatter die for direction for each model every 5 cm. and if you roll an arrow the template scatters 1d6cm it the arrow’s direction. 2 other templates are placed joining the original template on a random edge determined by rolling 2d6 (if you roll the same edge twice the second template is wasted). Place the template number-side up in the location indicated with the number 1 printed on it towards the firing model. fiendishly fast and weakly armored. Enslaver Raider: The Enslaver is a diabolical vehicle used by the Dark Eldar to capture slaves. A Dark Warlock may use one of the following powers once per turn: 1) Shadowed: This power enables the psyker to hide one Dark Eldar infantry detachment or model within 50 cm. Dark Warlock: Dark Warlocks are powerful psykers and use deadly Psychic powers to support the Dark Eldar advance. On a 4+ the unit cannot fire any weapons or enter Close Combat this turn. The Combat Barge is a Skimmer.

They guard as much against the machinations of those within the Kabals as attacks from enemies on the battlefield. Since the Terrorfex produces psychic hallucinations. using their speed and specialised weapons to strike quick and hard. Incubi: None can tell what the true aims of the Incubi are. They have both Infiltration and Stealth.0 Eldar Army Book 11 . They attack wherever they please. Ravager: Ravagers are variants of the Raider. Squads mounted on Raiders sweep across the battlefield. Mandrakes: Mandrakes are the most malevolent of the Dark Eldar. Haemonculi carry arcane Crucibles of Malediction that contain the trapped and tortured souls of psykers. manipulated flesh. their heavy weapons unleashing a hail of splinters and pulses of dark energy. They treat the infliction of misery and death as the highest of arts. to determine their position within their own ranks: the victor of each deadly duel given the privilege of taking the weapons and armour of their opponent. Scourges drop from the skies. Place the 6 cm template within line of sight. Some have even challenged the Dark Father himself. Shadow Raider: An anti-Titan Shadow Cannon. the entire unit’s detachment must pass a Morale check or go on Fall-back orders. as evinced by their sleek. Raider: Dark Eldar vehicles are highly technologically advanced. none can say. The check is modified by -1 for any models hit in excess of one. and if any models under the template are hit. striking where least expected. is without doubt. They race ahead of the main Dark Eldar attack. Any non-Dark Eldar psyker that attempts to use a Psychic power within 50 cm of a Hæmonculus must first roll 4+ or die horribly. gleefully producing choruses of screams and taking delight in every nuance of discomfort and woe. slicing through enemy squads without pause. mounted on a Raider and protected by a powerful Shadow Field. Mounting a deadly battery of heavy weapons. Hellions sweep down from the sky screaming chilling battlecries. a succesful Psychic save by any member of the unit negates the need to make a Morale check. no Dark Eldar Lord worth of any thought is without a force of this incredible warriors to protect him. Combining amazing speed with awesome weaponry. can carry 2 infantry stands and is an Open-Topped Vehicle. Grotesques cause Fear and are Stupid. some unfulfilled agenda. Hæmonculus: Haemonculi are experimenters and torturers beyond compare. reducing the risk of exposing the fragile Raider transports to fire from enemy Tanks. Once all enemy armoured units are destroyed. darting swiftly from one fight to the next. They delight in surprise attacks. they are the bane of tanks and other vehicles across the galaxy. real or imagined. Razorwing Fighter-Bomber: The Razorwing is often used to suppress enemy infantry with its Splinter Cannons and pin the survivors with its Horrorfex to allow the Dark Eldar ground forces to finish the job. The Raider is a Skimmer. Reaver Jetbikes pilots often assume Combat Drugs before battles. they can easily outmanoeuvre and blow apart the lumbering vehicles of other races. having fallen to the Hæmonculi for some slight. preying on their own kind from the shadows of Commorragh. That they have some hidden plan. Raven Interceptor: The Raven fighter allows the Dark Eldar to easily target enemy armour. but whether they won or died. Hellions: Mounted on multi-bladed skyboards. On the battlefield they move ahead of the main force. Reavers combine speed with excellent close-quarter fighting. the Raven then supports the attack by strafing enemy infantry positions with its Long-barrelled Splinter Cannon. Hellions always use Combat Drugs before battles.their twisted. The Ravager is a Skimmer and an OpenTopped Vehicle. The Hellion skyboard confers a 6+ ‘jink’ save (already factored in the unit’s stats). Scourges: On black pinions. fast Raiders. It is claimed that they battle with each other. NetEpic 5. spreading terror and confusion. Reaver Jetbikes: Riding ultra-fast jetbikes. then moving out of range before the enemy can turn their guns on them. which it then destroys with its Dark Lances. never staying still long enough for the enemy to bring sufficient force to destroy them. Whatever their reasons. On the surface their only need appears to be excelling in their martial skills. using their wings to quickly retreat or drive forward depending on the enemy’s strength. The Razorwing is also equipped with Dark Lances should the Raiders need additional anti-armour support. The dreaded Horrorfex fires a devastating Psychic barrage.

killing or crippling those who oppose them. NetEpic 5. Its main weapon is the Shadow Weaver (which uses the same rules of the Eldar Doomweaver). and have a special 5+ fixed save in Close Combat. The death spasms of those captured propel the Talos towards its enemies as its unique sting wildly spews death in all directions and its many-bladed arms cut through armour and bone with lashing blows.Shadow Spinner: The Dark Eldar employs one type of titan to add punch to their raids. never staying still long enough for the enemy to bring sufficient force to destroy them. Few survive their first duel. Wyches: Ruled over by their Succubi. To reflect this. They are voracious predators who will attack anything they can find. Warriors: Dark Eldar Warriors attack rapidly. Wyches are the deadliest of Close Combat adversaries. Warp Beasts: Spawned from the bloody nightmares of mortals. when on Charge orders all shooting suffers -1 To Hit penalty against it. Wyches always assume Combat Drugs before battles.0 Eldar Army Book 12 . but those who live learn quickly. the Shadow Spinner. A Dark Eldar Lord with sufficient means can hire these highly trained warriors to accompany him into battle. darting swiftly from one fight to the next. It is the task of the Beastmasters to catch these creatures: fight against them in the arena or guided them into battle and unleash them upon the unwitting foe! Warp Beasts on Charge orders are allowed to move up to triple their basic movement distance. a pair of Dark Lances and a Shadow Field generator for defence. They then drag off any survivors back to Commorragh. Wyches spend their lives perfecting their skills in gladiatorial combat. Warp Beasts are death and pain embodied. Talos: Constructed by the insane Hæmonculi. The titan is very fast and can dodge incoming shots when moving quickly. to be tortured and killed at leisure. It is also equipped with a Disintigrator. Squads mounted on Raiders sweep across the battlefield. promising great rewards for those whose fighting displays are most pleasing to watch. latching on to its foes and incarcerating them within its armoured shell. the Talos is a dreadnaught-sized torture device that sweeps across the battlefield on anti-gravitic motors.

These experiences create a personality for the machine which is shared with each and every pilot. Special Units Eldar Knight Host: Lots of Knights. Each Eldar Knight suit contains a spirit stone which acts as a psychic buffer and stores all the pilots feelings – his passionate excitement and desire to satiate the dark side of his nature. Bright Lance Batteries and War Walkers. With their devastating psychic and shock lances. Knights take to the field of war alongside other members of their noble families.Eldar Knights Long before their counterparts existed for the Imperial armies. They are fast-moving. NetEpic 5. This makes Eldar Knights strange characters often speaking in archaic tongues and referring to past ages with unnerving familarity. controlled by a single warrior. Pathfinders. Special Cards are restricted to: Warlocks.0 Eldar Army Book 13 . Support Cards are restricted to the following: Eldar Knights. When the lone Eldar pilot links to the Spirit Stone. the Eldar had one-man walking machines of destruction: the Eldar Knights. When the pilot leaves the suit it is like waking from a bad dream. pulses with the desire to destroy and shed blood. Guardian & Defender Detachments. Defender and Jetbike Hosts. Recruited from feral worlds where lesser versions of these machines are used to herd mighty Megasaurs. powerful war machines thirty to forty feet tall. The spirit stones in Eldar Knights are often ancient artifacts dating back to the time of the Fall and contain the souls of many long dead heroes. and Harlequins. which quickly fades from memory leaving the Knight free to pursue other tasks. Special Rules You must buy at least one each of the Knight. They fight on battlefields throughout the galaxy in the service of both Eldar and Exodites. As the suit is passed on from Knight to Knight the spirit stone stores all the experiences of previous wearers. cheap. pilot included. The whole machine. the mere gaze of a Knight can bring death to its enemies. he becomes part of machine-warrior that has been fighting a constant war for thousands of years. Jetbike & Vyper Squadrons.

Among the Exodites. the Exodites have turned their backs upon ancient traditions in favor of a simpler and harder way of life. a number of Eldar groups denounced the easy decadence offered by Chaos and abandoned the homeworlds in a series of migrations they called the Exodus.0 Eldar Army Book 14 . The struggle for survival on these worlds was indeed grim. It will arrive at the start of the second turn from the opponent’s table edge (on either Advance or Charge orders). as far away from the main concentration of Eldar worlds as they could reach. Though the Craftworlds and Exodite colonies trade with one another. and this takes place before Close Combat dice are rolled. referring to themselves as Exodites. the intensity of the Eldar nature is expressed as a powerful loyalty to their individual clans and a strong determination to achieve their objectives. Roll 1 2 3 4 5 6 Result The scouts have scouted the forthcoming battleground. The Exodite player chooses the result he wants deems most fitting. However. Cavalry. NetEpic 5. A ruling warrior elite gradually developed a system of status and honor which is now known as the Eldar Knights. A random enemy Infantry. following the herds across the plains in an endless hunter-gatherer existence. cavalry. so by choice they selected worlds where their life would be hard so as to avoid the trap of sloth. Over time. tending herds of gigantic animals called Megadons. The scouts have located enemy heavy units. The scouts have reported on the enemy plans and your forces are prepared. . The scouts have located a favourable battleground in an area in the enemy line of advance. they have survived. This attack is ineffective against targets with an Armor save. For the most part they headed eastwards across the galaxy. The Exodites coldly told their Craftworld brethren that they preferred to stay where life was simple if harsh. The Eldar Path determines the way of life for all Craftworlders but not for the Exodites. The Craftworld Eldar regard the Exodites as rustic and rather simple folk. In addition. vigorous and wild in a way that is quite unlike their own introverted societies. the Exodites still maintain that the easy lifestyle on the Craftworlds is dangerously close to that which brought the downfall of their race. Wraithbone Shield: The Wraithbone shield has been psychically imbued with a protective field by an Exodite Visionary. As 5 (above) but the Exodite player chooses the unit class (infantry. You have the Initiative on the first turn of this battle. To a great extent this suppressed the natural Eldar character of intense emotion and intellect. Special Rules Laser Lance: Laser Lances can be discharged upon physical contact. the Craftworlds sought out the Exodites and offered them a place on board. making it ideal for a close pass: models charged are destroyed and removed from play on a d6 roll of 5+. Walker or Vehicle detachment may not be deployed as normal. Where the Craftworlds cling to the past and preserve all they can of their fallen civilization. you may place (or rearrange) one additional area of wood or jungle.Exodites As the Eldar civilization neared its collapse. more independently-minded and adventurous by far than their cousins. Scouts: If Exodites are your Core Army and it contains any Exodite Scout units (Lethosaur and Raptor Knights). the blow is reflected back on the attacker. To enable them to deal with the harsh conditions. Once terrain has been placed. and did indeed save them from the Fall. Their minds are tougher and more straightforward but not so subtle and perhaps ultimately less powerful than the Craftworld Eldar. if the model is hit by a laser weapon and a 6 is rolled for the unit’s save. The shield grants a 6+ fixed save to the model wearing it. and of all the Eldar they seem most likely to continue to do so. roll a D6 for each such unit before the game and consult the following table. Those who joined the Exodus came from all levels of Eldar society but were united in their determination and powerful will to survive. Other Exodite societies have reverted to near-barbarism. and the dangers were obvious. The Exodites were aware of the dangers of indulgence and hedonism. Because of this they seem wild and individualistic. concealing their advanced technology behind a primitive lifestyle. You may rearrange D3 pieces of terrain before rolling for deployment zones. Exodite societies are more rigorous and physical than those of the Craftworlds. The enemy must deploy all titans & praetorians first. More importantly. etc). some Exodites converted the sleek war machines they had brought with them into tall walkers which they piloted across their new planets.

In civilian life they are tenants on the Baron’s land and are obliged to repay him by fighting in his armies whenever he deems it necessary. make it ideal for hit-and-run attacks. Eldar of all races hold the Exodite Visionaries in awe. combined with it’s speed. Lethosaur Knights: Lthosaurs are smaller Dragons which typically travel on all fours. Nominate one enemy stand within 50 cm (line of sight is not necessary) and immediately fight a round of Close Combat. The spirit is an ethereal psychic attack with +4 CAF. The gun cradle has been replaced with an open transport deck. Dragon Knights are mounted on the commonest and easiest to control riding beasts as they have not been trained with more specialised mounts. often a son eager to prove himself. Barons carry a Laser Lance and a Wraithbone Shield. However. Fusiliers: Fusiliers are the levied troops employed by the Exodites. Vehicles Vyper Carrier: The Vyper Carrier is an adaptation of the Vyper that was created out of necessity by the Exodites. The forces at his disposal are not only a symbol of his status. They are the most common scouts in Exodite armies. The Baron does not simply lead the army: he owns it. The unit may not re-roll Close Combat results. Cavalry Dragon Knights: Knights are trained soldiers in the service of a Baron. but are more often employed to swoop down to provide support where necessary. In combat. This unit may re-roll any failed Armor and To-Hit rolls until end of turn. A Visionary may use one of the following powers once per turn: Executioner: The Visionary projects his own spirit away from his body and launches an attack against his enemies. but also of his wealth. Visionary: Exodite Visionaries have the power of the spirits at their disposal and are amongst the most potent psykers in the galaxy. and are also used extensively as fighters due to their quick reflexes and vicious temperament. They are ridden by scouts who need to get close to the enemy but avoid direct contact. They are typically employed as line-breakers. and gains the Medic ability until the end of the turn. or a member of his family. Walkers Scout Walker: Among the Craftworlds the Jetbike is used for scouting and fast attack.Special Units Baron: The Baron will be either the lord of a territory.0 Eldar Army Book 15 . comprising warriors and hunters of the general populace. Scout Walkers are able to withstand the sudden whirlwinds that swirl across the grassy steppes and negotiate the tangled undergrowth of the forest. firing armour-piercing Plasma Carbines. Make any psychic saves before the Close Combat. Dragon Knights carry a Laser Lance and a Wraithbone Shield. Warriors: Warriors are the close combat infantry troops of any Exodite War Host. Fortune: The Visionary looks into the near future to foresee where the enemy will attack. as it consists of his retainers and tenants on his land. Dragoons: The Dragoons are formed from the finest soldiers in a Baron’s Household. but even at range they are fearsome. large enough for a rider but lightly built. This. Pterosaur Knights: Pterosaurs are the only true flying creatures on most Exodite worlds. Pterosaur Knights are Skimmers and may Deep Strike to the battlefield. Dragoons carry a Laser Lance and a Wraithbone Shield. creating a light transport. Raptor Knights: Raptors are extremely agile bipedal insectivores. It is more lightly armed than the War Walker and lacks its protective energy field. Nominate one Eldar unit within 10 cm of the Visionary. As a race highly in tune with psychic energy and naturally reverent of the spirits of the dead. Models: War Walker models from the GW Eldar sprue. Heal: The Visionary can attempt to repair the bodies damaged patterns. imitating the similar Venom transport used by the Harlequins. NetEpic 5. Even if the spirit loses the enemy counts as having already fought a round of close combat this turn. travelling to battle at the command of their ruling Baron. The Visionary wears a Spirit Armor fashioned from the World Spirit’s own Wraithbone-structure that grants him a 6+ fixed save. Pterosaur Knights are sometimes used to scout terrain other scouts have difficulty crossing.

and on a 1 it must be placed on Charge Orders and will charge the nearest enemy. combining long range artillery capability with fearsome close combat ability.0 Eldar Army Book 16 . Carnosaurs are used as terror units by the Exodites. A ferocious predator. and if they get badly hurt or alarmed. it cannot damage buildings. The Star Lance can be fired in two ways: single target fire or multi-target fire. ignoring cover. mounting two brave warriors upon the fearsome lizard’s back and charging it into enemy lines to cause massive destruction and carnage. Models underneath are hit on a 4+ with –2 TSM. having much in common with the Dragons prevalent in traditional Eldar legend. The Dragon has a large reptilian head and its long teeth are sharp enough to tear flesh and bone with consummate ease. stocky herbivorous reptiles. The beast walks on his powerful hind legs. Knights Exo-Suit: Exo-Suits are used by Exodite Barons both for herding dragons and to joust with one another. The Megadon responds to simple commands from handlers in a howdah on the creature’s back. A Travois is used in a unique way by the Exodites: the weapon is rapidly deployed. Light Artillery Heavy Wapons Travois: An Exodite Travois is an anti-grav platform which is pulled by a Dragon mount. Exo-Suits carry a Wraithbone Shield. They follow the same rules as Wave Serpents. immolating unwary targets. though usually more slender and taller even than the Eldar Wraithlord. Bloodlust: A Carnosaur is driven mad by the sounds and smells of blood and battle. inflicting D3 hits. The Psychic Blaster uses the Inferno Cannon template: units affected must make a Morale check or be destroyed. The ExoSuit encases its wearer in a Wraithbone structure resembling a dreadnought. The breath attack uses the Inferno Cannon template: units affected are hit on 4+. If firing in single-target mode fires multiple volleys against one target. they will not always react as the handlers may wish.Dragon Serpent: Dragon Serpents are re-fitted Wave Serpents that have been traded with Craftworld Eldar and are highly difficult to maintain in the harsh conditions of Exodite worlds. Roll a D6 in each Orders Phase. a shot fired and then the weapon is moved again. each with –2 TSM. Although this weapon has an option of using a Barrage template to resolve an attack. and on a 1 it must be placed on Charge Orders and will charge the nearest enemy it can see. NetEpic 5. Exodites are using these species because of the relative high intelligence of the animals. and in combat they make excellent mobile heavy weapon platforms. The military applications of such a beast are obvious. Roll a D6 in each Orders Phase. it hunts down its prey and kills without mercy. The Carnosaur is over 10 metres tall and is a terrifying sight to behold. place a Barrage template within range and line of sight. Hellbenders: The fire-breathing Hellbender lizard (named the Salamander by Imperial troops) holds great significance in Exodite myth. Superheavies Megadon: Megadons are massive. which means that tht Carnosaur can move at an astounding fast speed. Bloodlust: A Megadon is driven mad by the sounds and smells of blood and battle. Its breath has enormous destructive capabilities. and uses it’s long tail to balance. One problem with the Megadon is that they are just animals. If firing in multi-target mode. Carnosaur: The largest of all the Dragons ridden by the Exodites is the Carnosaur.

Harlequins rely on a sophisticated Holo-suit to misdirect the enemy. Some Great Harlequins wear long coats to indicate their rank and carry lightweight batons. This is said to free them from the Great Enemy. and they are noted by other Eldar for their ironic and morbid sense of humour. This benefit does not apply if the unit is in cover or against weapons which normally ignore cover. the Great Harlequin. which are said to reflect the worst nightmares of those who gaze upon them. sending him running in terror. They alone have complete knowledge of the Webway and the location of the Black Library deep within. Harlequins receive the blessing of the Laughing God. This ability does not affect AI units. Holo-suit: Rather than physical armour designed to absorb shots and blows.Harlequins The Harlequins are followers of Cergorach. are the overall leaders of a Harlequin Troupe. Special Units Great Harlequin: Great Harlequins. This is also why the Harlequins can roam the Webway at will without enduring the soul-draining which afflicts the other Eldar who spend too long exposed to the Warp. able to carry a variety of exotic and deadly armaments. Harlequin Troupes are formed from all sub-races of the Eldar and wander through the Webway from Craftworld to Exodite world to Dark Eldar hiding places. Death Jesters are just as skilled in Close Combat as any Harlequin. Bio-explosive ammo: These specially modified shurikens contain a potent venom which overloads the target circulatory system. filling those nearby with an almost uncontrollable urge for morbid self-preservation.0 Eldar Army Book 17 . for they are the keepers of the terrible secrets about the Fall and the true nature of Chaos. Special Rules Blessed: In Close Combat. To represent this any Infantry stand may re-roll their Close Combat dice. pick one enemy detachment within 10 cm of the Great Harlequin. All Harlequins must undertake a mysterious trial. the Great Harlequin plays the part of the Laughing God. performing daring stunts of escapology and risk. known only as the Ritual. which unfold into a flag bearing the symbol of the Troupe. 2) Mask of Fear: This Mask incorporates a holographic generator that projects images of monstrous faces and dæmonic visages. and many a foe has charged a Death Jester and been cut down for their ignorance. causing blood vessels to violently erupt. and all direct fire is at a –1 To-Hit penalty. However. NetEpic 5. These are commonly left as 'calling cards' on the battlefield. They never show their real faces but conceal them beneath their masks. Bio-explosive ammo inflict D3 wounds against Multiple-wound creatures. When Harlequins take to the stage. This ability does not affect AI units. which is why Harlequins have no fear of death and need not wear a Waystone. Dæmon Hunters: All Harlequins hate Chaos and Slaanesh for what happened during the Fall. The Great Harlequin causes Fear. Harlequins are warrior troubadours whose carefully constructed Masques and impressive displays of mime and acrobatics tell the many strange stories of Eldar mythology. Targets slain by the Bio-explosive ammo explode! Place a Barrage template over the dead model: units affected are hit on 5+ with a 0 TSM. All enemy units within 10 cm of the Great Harlequin suffer a -1 Morale penalty. Death Jesters take the part of Death. During a Masque. Their masks are skulls. All Great Harlequins choose one of the following Masks to wear for the battle: 1) Dread Mask: The Dread Mask contains a psychic pickup which detects the worst fears of the wearer’s opponent and amplifies them ten-fold. Regenerating creatures explode in the End Phase if they fail their Regeneration roll. They wear exotic Holo-suits which are able to shift both shape and pattern. At the beginning of the Orders Phase. Unless it passes a Morale check it may not be given orders this turn. intensified by a short-range psychic field which increases their opponent’s sensitivity to fear and despair. Death Jesters: Death Jesters are the heavy-weapon specialists of the Harlequin Troupe. and they are immune to any Morale effects caused by Chaos or Warp creatures. also known as Avatars of the Laughing God. and if a stand engaged by multiple enemies it may take the re-roll for each individual engagement. The Holo-suit is also useless against ethereal psychic powers and attacks that use a template. 3) Rictus Mask: The Rictus Mask projects an aura of death. This translates to the ‘Hard to Hit’ ability.

Venom: Much of the Webway cannot be traversed by large vehicles. opposing commanders suddenly and unaccountably finding a Harlequin 'calling card' in their command centres are typical examples of the tactics used by Mimes to undermine enemy morale. shattering the wearer’s image into a cloud of blindingly bright shards of multi-coloured light. and take them to the Harlequin bands. It is also rumoured that Solitaires live unknown amongst other Eldar and those who have met them realise many years later that they met the Laughing God himself. NetEpic 5. They are powerful psykers. incorporating an open transport deck instead of a gun cradle. Pick a Harlequin infantry detachment within 50 cm and line of sight. and units affected must make a Morale check or be destroyed. All infantry. the Eldar player may activate and move them according to their orders. This counts as the Eldar player’s activation. Mimes: Harlequin Mimes play mystical and dæmonic roles using movement and gesture only. Mimes rarely speak. This is an ethereal psychic power. or more commonly the roles of fate and fortune. Stands moved in this way may do nothing for the remainder of the turn. their system of hand-signals. If the detachment fails a Morale check. The Neuro-Disruptor carried by the Solitaire uses the Stream of Corruption template. It is said that the oldest and most powerful Solitaires become the dreaded guardians of the Black Library. and until the end of the turn it gains a 4+ fixed save. A Shadowseer may use one of the following powers once per turn: 1) Misdirection: The Shadowseer reaches into the minds of the enemy. they are the most lavish and colourful unit in a Harlequin force. cavalry and walker-class models in base-to-base contact with the Shadowseer must make an Armor save or be flung D6 cm in a random direction. baffling them with psychic messages.their eyes may see the Harlequins. but this never actually registers in the mind. Even in everyday life.Harlequin Jetbike: The most extravagant Harlequins ride to battle on highly decorated jetbikes. and so the Harlequins make wide use of the Venom. and functions as a Holo-suit as well. without anyone knowing how or when they arrived. 3) Veil of Tears: The Shadowseer uses his powers to remove his fellow Harlequins from the enemy’s thoughts . pushing his enemies away from him. and their abilities are every bit as great as the Farseers of the Craftworlds. It is customary for Mimes to go in advance of a Masque or Troupe to announce their arrival. although their abilities are not prophetic: Shadowseers utilise empathic and telepathic abilities to confuse and disorientate their foes. Solitaire: The Solitaires roam the Webway seeking out Eldar they believe can survive the sacred Harlequin Ritual. Frequently they simply appear on a Craftworld or elsewhere. playing the roles of the storyteller. literally placing false images and contradictory thoughts in their minds. Shadowseer: Shadowseers are psykers vital to the Masque. Decked in flowing pennants and ornamented with symbols of the Laughing God. During the Movement Phase. A model wearing a D-field gains a 4+ Fixed Save that applies even in Close Combat. 2) Turmoil: Reality ripples all around the Shadowseer. This skill is also used in warfare. communicating among themselves by Lambruith. The Venom is a modified version of the Vyper war machine used by the Craftworld Eldar.0 Eldar Army Book 18 . but the misdirected detachment still belongs to the opponent. target an enemy infantry or cavalry detachment within 25 cm and line of sight. Domino Field: A D-field creates an even more complex distortion pattern than a normal Harlequin Holosuit.

During Close Combat they may re-roll their Close Combat dice once per encounter (if they are engaged by multiple stands they may re-roll the dice for each individual engagement). whose prodigious powers allow them to travel the tangled skeins of probability to divine which course of actions should be taken. Slaanesh in particular. you must field at least two Support Cards of Aspect Warriors for each Exarch unit purchased. 2) Precognitive Direction: One Eldar detachment within 10 cm may shift their orders one step in either direction along the following line: Charge Advance First Fire. Farseer: Farseers are potent psykers. They become trapped in the role they have chosen. and actors. and get out of action. This does not change the buying procedure. This rule was printed on the Army Card but not in the rulebook. Forward Observer: Although Eldar armies do not rely on indirect artillery firing as much as Imperial armies. Target any model within 25 cm and line of sight. Psykers and may use one of the following ethereal powers each turn: 1) Mind Blast: The Farseer projects a mind-shredding blast of psychic energy. The Devastators. perform their function. Master Mime: Master Mimes are the Eldar answer to the Imperial Assassins in the field of covert action. lose whatever orders they had placed for the turn. Master Mimes in NetEpic are purchased as Special Cards but are not fielded as normal units. Play this card on an enemy detachment during the Orders phase. Roll a D6 and add the morale value of the unit (0 for units that do not check morale).0 Eldar Army Book 19 . confused by conflicting signals. Some are unable to resist the passionate lure of battle and develop an unquenchable lust for bloodletting. If they are facing Chaos they never check morale and are immune to morale-based powers. so it’s usually ignored. As the units may not be destroyed in the usual manner. The detachment must make a Morale test in every End Phase. and may receive no orders in later turns unless it finds the Master Mime. Exarch: Not all Eldar manage to pass beyond the Path of the Warrior. Optional Farseer Power: 2) Guide: One Eldar infantry detachment within 25 cm gains a +1 To-Hit bonus this turn. With their amplified sense of time they live in an extended present that includes the blurred edges of the near past and future. They are Elite and HQ units. disrupting his hapless foe until they turn their attention to flushing him out. Cloaked in the garb of his enemies. the Eldar player gives up these Victory Points only if he actually plays the card. Harlequins: This is a small band of the followers of the Great Harlequin and they have a great hatred of Chaos. Among these are a few with the gift of psychic abilities who perform for the Wraithbone – the psycho-plastic material is found in almost all Eldar artifacts and makes up the core of a Craftworld. Robotic or Tyranid units. they award Victory Points to the opponent even if their actions are successful. Charge does not wrap around to First Fire. HQ. If the check is successful. Daemonic. The targeted detachment immediately loses its orders (unless it was on Fall Back). heal or shape itself into a needed form. they sometimes employ special Forward Observers to aid their Doomweaver shots and orbital artillery barrages.Unit Descriptions Special Units Bonesinger: From the Path of the Artist come painters. However. Exarchs are regarded with a disturbing mixture of awe and revulsion. The Bonesinger’s performances cause the Wraithbone to grow. On 6+ the attempt is successful and the order may be changed by one degree as above. They are HQ units. roll damage to the head / bridge. Optional Rule: Required Units Under the original Space Marine rules. On a 4+ it is hit and destroyed with no saving throw. may not move NetEpic 5. They are HQ units and have the Mechanic ability. the card is paid for the full price and takes a Special Card slot as normal in the army construction stage. 3) Coercion: The Farseer may attempt to change orders of an enemy detachment within 50 cm. the Mime has left and the unit may receive orders again in the following turn. Master Mimes cannot affect AI. musicians. the Master Mime sends confusing signals and false orders. The cards are used once in a game. unable to escape from the Aspects of the War God they represent. Example: In the Orders Phase you play your Master Mime on a detachment of Space Marine Devastators. If the target uses a hit location template.

This is an ethereal psychic power. move or shoot through it. the Warlock may do nothing else if he wishes to maintain the lock from turn to turn (i. 1) Mind Blast: The Warlock projects a mind-shredding blast of psychic energy. If the target is attacked in Close Combat it does not get any dice – just use it’s CAF score. The Storm blocks LOS and nobody can see. etc). search for hidden or lost Webway gates and portals. Their Runic armor grants them a 6+ fixed save. There are many tasks that would be impossible to accomplish if it were not for the existence of these scouts: they investigate alien worlds. 2) Psychic Node: Eldar spirits (Wraithguard. Warlock: These are the main psykers of an Eldar force. as Outcasts they rarely stay for any length of time in one place. Warlocks become completely overcome by the war-like side of their nature when they don their armor. The greatest need is for Pathfinders who simply watch and wait. roll damage to the head / bridge damage table.e. This is an ethereal psychic power. This power only works on living Eldar units. Their psychic powers allow them to see partially into the future. 1) Mind Blast: Target any model within 25 cm and line of sight. Sniper and Stealth. but in times of need the Pathfinders will flock back to their Craftworlds in order to defend them. A Warlock may also use one of the following powers once per turn. but barrages can still be fired indirectly over it. use another power. Roll a D6 and add the morale value of the unit (0 for units that do not check morale). not Wraithstone Spirits. Target any model within 25 cm and line of sight. Pathfinders are frequent visitors to the Craftworlds and Exodite worlds. Target any model 75 cm and line of sight. Also. This is an ethereal psychic power. This effect lasts until the pinned model can roll a 4+ in the End Phase. the Eldar player may activate a detachment by placing an order counter on it and declaring any movement. Instead. Pathfinder (old Scout): These are Eldar dedicated to the Path of Danger. roll on the head / bridge damage table. If the target uses a hit location template. Spiritseer: The Iyanden reliance on Wraithguards and Wraithlords has given rise to an increase in the number of psykers specialised in raising the souls of the Eldar from the Infinity Circuit. if the spirit unit is within 25 cm of the Spiritseer they may be given orders as normal. All models under the template will be flung to a random edge of it. On a 4+ it is hit and destroyed with no saving throw. if the Warlock wants to move. They will stay that way unless they straighten things out by passing a morale roll. This is an ethereal psychic power so Psychic Saves apply. On 6+ the attempt is successful and the order may be changed by degree as above. scattering them like leaves in the wind. etc) within 25 cm count as being within 10 cm of a living Eldar. which gathers and swirls above his head. They are both Command and HQ units. Many choose to accept a mission from their Farseers so they can continue to serve their people whilst treading the Path of the Outcast. 2) Psychic Lock: The Warlock unleashes a bolt of psychic energy which wraps itself around the target and renders it immobile. They have the special abilities of Infiltration. often tied back so that they can move freely and fire off their Long Rifles. Like Aspect warriors. All Eldar detachments that have units within 10 cm of a Warlock are not given orders during the Orders Phase. explore new Maiden worlds and visit unsettled worlds. That is.and will fire in the Advance phase. Remove the template at the start of the End Phase. and hurl maelstroms of psychic energy against their foes as they stride into battle. The order counter remains and the unit will fire in the appropriate segment. On a 4+ the target is pinned and will be unable to move or fire. these units may wait until the last moment to act and have an order placed. torn between a love for their Craftworld and the greater glories of the universe. Most characteristic of all is the long Chameleoline cloak or coat. Ghost Warriors. Place the 6 cm barrage template anywhere within 50 cm and line of sight. On a 4+ it is hit and destroyed without a saving throw. 3) Coercion: The Farseer may attempt to change orders of an unmoved enemy unit within 50 cm. The maelstrom is then sent hurtling across the battle to smash into enemy formations.0 Eldar Army Book 20 . Scattered models may do nothing for the remainder of the turn (though the rest of the detachment may act normally). in addition to the above effect and normal shooting. Pathfinders can be easily recognised by their weather-beaten and well-travelled appearance. Dreadnaughts. reporting any sources of danger back to the Craftworld. The Spiritseers have psychic abilities comparable to Farseers and are able to act as a psychic node for the spirits that have been roused. NetEpic 5. These necromantic psykers are known as Spiritseers and are adept at communing with the souls of the dead using the psycho-crystalline Waystones. giving them the opportunity to foresee the enemy’s actions and warn nearby Eldar. If the target uses a damage template. but titans can repair damage and raise void shields as normal. The affected target is exempt from coherency rules and the rest of the detachment may move away. During the Movement Phase. 3) Eldritch Storm: The Warlock summons a huge tempest of psychic energy.

and the curving mandibles on their helmets conceal special weapons known as Mandiblasters. portraying the War God as the Destroyer. making them the swiftest and most mobile of all the Eldar warriors. but act as a medium to deliver a laser energy blast that vaporises the metal into plasma and rips into the target. vehicle or fortification. the weapon that most readily characterises the Eldar at war. They are Elite. Guardians: Guardians are the mainstay of the Eldar army.The Storm has less of an effect on units with a hit location template. They derive their name from the Banshee of legend. sinewy dragon of Eldar myth. no matter how well armored. They are Elite. where their Fusion Guns and Meltabombs can destroy almost any foe. their dark skull-encrusted costume embodying death as the dark reaper of souls. lightly armed and highly mobile close quarter troops. they only roll 1D6 + CAF in Close Combat. These weapons are extremely short-ranged. with many of the largest shrines among most Craftworlds. activated by a psychic pick-up in the helmet and firing a stream if tiny metallic needles forward into the target. melding their bodies into the Infinity Circuit and materialising at a new location. The spiders are aggressive hunters of intrusive psychic forces and are attracted in vast numbers to the presence of invasive psychic entities. Infantry Dark Reaper: Dark Reaper Aspect Warriors are the most sinister and lethal of the Aspect warriors. Guardians consist mainly of Eldar volunteers. Fire Dragons are experts at close-quarter fighting. Swooping Hawks may Deep Strike. an incarnation of destruction and devastation. They are Elite. These troops are used to back up advancing vehicles and support troops at a distance. Dire Avenger: The Dire Avenger Aspect Warriors cultivate their Aspect of the War God as the embodiment of the noble warrior: merciless to his enemies and unstinting in his devotion to his own people. They are armed with chainswords and shuriken pistols. To represent their overwhelming cover fire they receive three attack dice. The first attack is made at 4+ To-Hit. Fire Dragon: The Fire Dragon Aspect Warrior is based upon the writhing. also known as the Sting of the Scorpion. so when engaged with vehicles or larger units. When they fly their wings vibrate with such speed they turn into a blur of colour and emit a characteristic shrieking sound. Howling Banshee: Howling Banshee Aspect Warriors are swift. Swooping Hawk: These Aspect Warriors (also known on some Craftworlds as Wings of Thunder or Raptors) wear a special winged harness which enables them to fly through the air. living in the Wraithbone. These weapons allow Striking Scorpions to roll 3D6 instead of 2D6 in Close Combat. These units can otherwise move and shoot normally. While less powerful than the Aspect warriors they are very versatile and they add much needed numbers to an Eldar War host. The Dark Reapers are the most heavily equipped of all Aspect Warriors. Dire Avengers are armed with the deadly Shuriken Catapult. They can move anywhere within the Craftworld through the Wraithbone. They are Elite. These needles cannot do much damage alone.0 Eldar Army Book 21 . Guardian Storm Squad: Some Eldar are given extra training in order for them to become efficient in firing portable Lascannons. their armour is made from heavy interlocked plates and they possess sensitive targeting devices that permit them to easily track fast moving targets. and wear Jump Packs. The thermal gun ignores To-Hit modifiers for cover. are Hard to Hit and Elite. taking down one shield if there are any active or inflicting a single hit on the lowest location on its template with a -2 TSM if no shields are active. intensifying the battlecry and raising its pitch to a piercing shriek: those who are exposed to this psychic scream suffer almost total paralysis as their central nervous system is flooded with unbearable levels of psychic energy. They are the most tactically flexible and therefore the most ubiquitous of all Aspect warriors. This cry is imitated through the Banshee Masks that contain psychic amplifiers. Unfortunately they do not have sufficient penetrating power to be effective versus armored targets such as vehicles. the second 5+ and the third hits only on a 6. The Warp Spider Aspect Warriors NetEpic 5. Striking Scorpion: The Striking Scorpion Aspect Warriors are the strongest and most powerful of all hand-to-hand fighting Aspect warriors. Warp Spider: Warp Spiders are named after the tiny creatures that are seen on the Craftworlds. They are also commonly known as Knights of Wrath or Avenging Spirits. a creature that heralds death and can draw a soul from its Spirit stone. This attack is ineffective against targets with an Armor Save. Models charged by Howling Banshees are destroyed and removed from play on a D6 roll of 5+ (this takes place before Close Combat is resolved). All Eldar are trained in the art of war and are called upon to provide support at times of war. They are Elite and possess the Quickdraw ability.

and gave it to the Eldar hero Eldanesh to continue the battle with Khaine. When a shot hits an enemy it causes 1 hit plus all the hits transferred to the final Fire Prism.epitomise the doctrine of aggressive defence: using compact Warp-generators to make short Warp-jumps. These cannons can also fire at another Fire Prism to boost its power. before Close Combat dice are rolled. to scout out enemy positions.0 Eldar Army Book 22 . They are Elite. Vehicles Fire Prism (old Deathstalker Prism Cannon): The Eldar are a highly advanced race whose technology often baffles and astounds human observers. and a hit indicates the shot has been successfully transferred. they can disappear and re-appear a few metres away. Hits cannot be retained in cannons for future turns. Models charged by Shining Spears are hit on 5+ with 0 TSM. They are Elite. and the Fire Prism is a typical example of this. but it lacks the heavy armour that would allow it to fight at the centre of an attack. They seek and engage the enemies to bog them down while the rest of the army secures the objectives. encased in a protective energy field. interrupting their movement to fire at an enemy then completing movement. With its potent NetEpic 5. Wraithguard: These are artificial bodies with the spirit of a slain Eldar implanted inside them. consort of the Great Hawk. Vyper Jetbike: Vyper Jetbikes are highly mobile weapons platforms. These weapons use the small tear dropped shaped template (5 x 10 cm teardrop template). There is no limit to the number of shots that can be transferred in this way. Although not heavily armoured. Its two heavy weapons provide a considerable arsenal for its size. Wraithlord (old Dreadnaught): Towering over it's foes. These warriors specialize in mobile warfare mounted on their swift jetbikes. who retrieved Vaul's mighty sword Anaris. The movement allowance on the profile represents their maximum move. enabling them to make sudden and unexpected attacks on their foes. but may enter Close Combat. Walkers War Walkers: The War Walker is humanoid with long but tremendously powerful limbs. these Waystone Spirit machines are armed with heavier weapons and serve a more anti-vehicle role. It has a single crewman who operates the machinery by means of sensors attached to his arms and legs. It is an ideal means of moving over steep or broken ground as the limbs have all the agility of a living body. During the war in heaven it was Falcon. Only the most worthy are installed into it's armored shell. embodying the spear of Khæla Mensha Khaine that struck like lightening and could kill with one blow. War Walkers are often used in rough terrain. Shining Spear: The Shining Spears are one of the rarest and most specialised of the Aspect Warriors. Falcon: This is the main battle tank of the Eldar army. Anything more than half underneath the template will be hit on a 3+ at 0 TSM. A Fire Prism that is hit in this way can immediately fire. if the Warp Spiders charge they will not double movement. even during First Fire and the cannon is on Advance Orders. Warp Spiders may Fire on the Fly. Warp Spiders are armed with a deadly Death Spinner. They are Waystone Spirit units. The Prism Cannon harnesses warp energy in the form of a deadly beam with tremendous armor piercing power. and the target must save against each hit separately. Because of the Warp Spider’s small size and the way that they disappear and reappear during their movement they have a 5+ unmodifiable save and cannot be pinned in Close Combat. Shining Spears who kill their targets may not continue moving or charge another target. It is this principle of deliverance which is behind the design of the Falcon grav-tank. This is a physical psychic attack. making jetbikes ideal for launching rapid hit-and-run attacks against the enemy. Once it has fired a single cannon may not more or fire again that turn. capable of laying down a withering fire even at high speed. Akin to the Wraithguards. Cavalry Jetbike: Anti-grav engines combine high speed with incredible manoeuvrability. If the Warp Spider moves more than 15 cm there is a chance that the stand will become lost in the warp: roll a D6 and on a “1” the stand is destroyed. Roll a 3+ to hit the other Fire Prism. Warp Spider Aspect Warriors move and fight in a unique way. the Wraithlord is controlled by the essence of one of the Craftworld's mightiest warriors. their ability to maneuver quickly through the air provides them with as sure a defence as any amount of thick armoured plating.

The break points. determined by rolling a 2D6 (if you roll the same edge twice the second template is wasted). its Warp-wave shield causes the mines detonate without harming the vehicle or the crew. The other two templates are placed joining the original template on a random edge. and to extricate the warriors should the resistance prove too fierce. Firestorm: This is a rapid-fire AA gun mounted on an anti-grav platform. If the wave passes over a building the building will be destroyed if it fails its basic saving throw (models inside are unaffected if the building survives and must try to bail out if it doesn’t). and communications systems to enable commanders to perform their duties in the field. Any other targets “hit” by the template during the Wave Serpent’s movement are moved to the trailing edge of the template and can do nothing for rest of that turn. usually used an anti-infantry role. Move the template 2D6 x 10 cm with the same effects as a moving Wave Serpent. Scatter it 2D6 cm whether or not it was fired indirectly. This unit counts as a skimmer and can perform Pop-Up attacks against ground troops. Peregrines have significantly upgraded targeting. Place the template number-side up the number one printed on it towards the firing model the attack. Heavy Artillery Doomweaver: This is a strange type of artillery employed by the Eldar to not only destroy enemies. allowing for additional weaponry. No model that is already hit can be hit again by the same wave attack in any given turn. Falcons are Skimmers. as firing the wave forward does not clear mines. and jump-troops may attack the Wave Serpent normally. draw an imaginary line (2 cm wide) from the cannon to the target (this may be direct or spotted). Any buildings along this line are destroyed if they fail a basic save at -3. Place a special wave template in front of Wave Serpent. Each model fires an individual web template (this is a special hexagonal template). Any Special Card that comes with a Command Falcon may be upgraded to a Command Peregrine This option does not require a Special Card itself – it’s an upgrade. The Wave Serpent can carry infantry 2 stands. the Falcon is designed to take the fight to the enemy. morale and victory points are still kept separate. The wave can only render this function while attached to the vehicle in its shield form. if two hit the TSM is –1 and if three lines cross the TSM is –2. placed on a small anti-grav platform for mobility. Peregrine: Peregrines are a Falcon variant that reduces the troop compartment. Vehicles that are thrown into impassable terrain by the wave move to the edge of the impassable terrain and suffer no further damage. Opponents in a higher position that can see over the template can shoot at the Wave Serpent (including pop-ups and indirect barrages). The shield is fired in the Orders Phase before any orders are placed. but cannot Pop-Up and fire at Fliers.0 Eldar Army Book 23 . When a vibro-cannon fires. sensors. The wave is impenetrable to any kind of attack and is impossible to move through. Remove the template after use and replace at the beginning of the following turn. but to interdict areas so that no units can freely cross these areas laden with razor sharp webs. Titans and praetorians do not suffer the disruption effect. and if unshielded they receive a hit in their lowest template location (leg or track) with a -2 TSM. Separate detachments that fire at the same target do not add in this way. Wave Serpent: The Wave Serpent is a special troop transport that uses a barrier of warp energy to guarantee the safe arrival of its troops. The template moves with the vehicle and does not affect terrain. Place all templates numbered side up. The attack ignores shields and any target that uses a template is hit on a leg or track location. The actual target is hit on a 5+ and any troop stands or vehicles along the line are hit on 6+. Vibro-Cannon: This is a smaller version of the Titan Tremor Cannon. NetEpic 5. Targets with Shields lose one. Take one template and place it anywhere on the tabletop (you may use LOS or fire indirectly). Alternatively. Along with the substantial redesign of the hull. As a Wave Serpent moves. in the fashion of other transport vehicles. the wave can be fired instead of being used as a vehicle shield. As with other command vehicles. Light Artillery Bright Lance: This is a lascannon mounted on an anti-grav platform.armament and ability to carry a small squad of fighters. the number of Peregrines remains fairly low though sightings appear to be increasing in frequency. Scatter Laser: An array of lasers mounted on a small anti-grav platform. and clears a path for the troops following it. As yet. used in an anti-vehicle role. a turret mounting for the main lascannon and scatter laser is added. When carrying troops the Wave Serpents must maintain coherency as if it were a part of the infantry unit. Wave Serpents can also function as minesweepers. If one vibro-cannon hits the target the TSM is 0. with the additional effect that all models pushed aside suffer a hit on a 4+.

If the model makes the 4+ roll. but as they are sent within capsules that do not open until the last moment. If one vibro-cannon hits the target the TSM is 0. then works as normal. Phoenix Fighter-Bomber: This is a heavily armed and armored bomber with advanced sonic weaponry and deadly plasma bombs. Separate detachments that fire at the same target do not add in this way. They are also armed with barrage weapons for a support role when needed. draw an imaginary line (2 cm wide) from the cannon to the target (this may be direct or spotted by a command unit). Web Bombs are similar to Doomweaver barrages. These barrages may be dropped independently (they need not touch). Any buildings or significant terrain that is covered by web will be impassable for the rest of the game. Buildings can be sucked into the warp and must therefore make a normal basic saving throw or be destroyed (not just damaged). They may be used against a single target scoring D3 hits. Unicorn: Striking quickly deep into the enemy’s ranks is the essence of the Eldar way of war. All other units are destroyed on a 4+. Each model under the template may be affected by the warp hole. NetEpic 5. Roll the scatter dice for each target and on the roll of a cross hair the target is sucked in the warp and destroyed. Optional Rules: Warp Hunter Variants More Accurate Weapons: The warp template only scatters once. In the next Compulsory Movement phase it scatters 2D6 cm again. they use laser beams and wire-thread webs. If a HIT is rolled on the scatter dice. Models displaced that are on First Fire orders will not be able to shoot until Advance Fire (if it hasn’t fired already). Off-Board artillery has a Victory Point cost instead of a points cost. as well as orbital and naval artillery. Otherwise it is thrown D6 cm in the direction shown by the arrow and can do nothing else for the rest of the turn. move it to the closest outer edge of the webbed area. Pulse Laser Barrages are similar to the titan weapon of the same name. Units with shields lose one and are scattered D6 cm in a random direction. Vampyre Troop Carrier: This sleek ship carries Eldar assault squads to the heart of the enemies’ positions and also has massive short-range firepower to support disembarked troops. and scatter twice (2D6 cm each time). in the End Phase remove any un-numbered templates. Units with a hit location template and no shields are struck on a random location for the highest damage listed in that particular template. Off-Board Artillery Barrage: This represents a battery of long-range weapons that have been deployed some distance behind the combat zone. mounting a Vibro-Cannon on its main axis. or lay down the 6 cm barrage template and roll to hit each target underneath. if two hit the TSM is –1 and if three lines cross the TSM is –2. they are more accurate and effective. The attack ignores shields and any target that uses a template is hit on a leg or track location. The long-range barrage weapons that Eldar armies employ are technologically very different from the ones used by the Imperium and its allies. In the open the web disperses in 2 turns. reroll it once: only a second HIT will leave the template in place. Simplified Rolling: The template scatters once for 3d6 cm. These units may Transport 6. To keep track of this. Any buildings along this line are destroyed if they fail a basic save.0 Eldar Army Book 24 . Alternate Warp Effect: The template scatters normally the first turn and remains in play. They do not damage buildings. It is armed with sonic cannons that ignore cover and can also drop 2 plasma bombs when at any point during their movement. They always gain 6 extra templates which are arranged all around the central template (you do not have to roll for their positions). The Unicorn is a modification of the normal Falcon hull. See the Core Rules for details. Infantry in buildings roll 4+ as normal to avoid the web. You must give up 2 VP for a Pulse Laser Barrage. To this end the Unicorn was built as a direct response to the perceived slowness of the Vibro-Cannon.Models under a Doomweaver template that have active shields or a 1+ armor save are unaffected. You must give up 2 VP for a Web Bomb. Warp Hunter: This weapon is a smaller version than the one mounted on the Phantom Titan. and flip numbered templates to their un-numbered sides. Instead of throwing kinetic projectiles from the orbit. When a vibro-cannon fires. and may only be used by Forward Observers. Units with no shields and a hit location template determine a location and roll for damage (no armor save). Fliers Nightwing: These are the air superiority fighters of the Eldar army. and is removed in the End Phase. Place a barrage template within line of sight and range. The actual target is hit on a 5+ and any troop stands or vehicles along the line are hit on 6+.

Tempest: The Tempest is a massive and heavily armed skimmer carrying long-range Tempest lasers. armed with a rapid-firing Pulse Laser. hitting on a 3+ and inflicting D3 hits at -2 TSM. as it can create a stable warp gate allowing Eldar units quick access to critical spots on the battlefield. Scorpion: This is the second of the latest Eldar grav-tanks. The Pulse Laser is a sophisticated rapid-fire laser weapon and an example of the Eldar’s technological skill. Void Spinner: At first glance this appears to be a larger cousin of the Doomweaver. armed with a Distortion Cannon and used as the primary Eldar titan-hunter. is where the similarity ends. and hit everything underneath on a 3+ with 0 TSM. The Scorpion is a Skimmer. The Pulse Laser can be fired in two ways. however. Wraithgate: If the Storm Seeker is on First Fire Orders. All models under the template are hit on a 3+ and are destroyed with no armor save. That. Storm Serpent: This grav-tank epitomizes the "lightning" art of war of the Eldar. Alternately. This mode of fire will Damage Buildings. Bright Warriors: These knights look like huge horses with a humanoid torso instead of a head. may not fire indirectly and does not damage buildings. Once the gate is open. and if the Storm Serpent is destroyed while units are in transit they are lost in the warp and destroyed. Place a counter to mark the location of the gate. Shields must be brought down by other means before it can affect the target. Although this weapon has an option of using a barrage template it is not artillery. two for ranged weapons and two armed with Close Combat weapons.0 Eldar Army Book 25 . place the standard barrage template anywhere within range and line of sight. The Wraithgate may not be repositioned while units are in transit. Towering Knights: These are huge bipedal Knights with four arms. it may be activated in the Movement Phase and project a Wraithgate within line of sight and 75 cm. cavalry and walker-class units may enter either the Wraithgate or the Storm Serpent by paying the normal 5 cm to enter a transport. Distortion Cannon: This deadly weapon funnels warp energy into a devastating attack that destroys even the most powerful armor. While the barrage template is used. and the ability to escape if the tactical situation so demands. This weapon destroys buildings if they fail a basic save. In the following turn’s Compulsory Movement Phase scatter them 2D6 cm from the opposite end of the gate (it takes a turn to go through the gate). NetEpic 5. The Cobra is a Skimmer.Knights Fire Knights: These are bipedal Knights with twin arms and various weapons. Eldar infantry. Remove the units from the board and give them their orders for next turn. it is not artillery. The Storm Serpent must remain on First Fire Orders while units are 'in transit'. Place a barrage template within the firing arc and range and scatter it 2D6 cm. Superheavies Cobra: The Cobra is the first of the two new superheavy grav-tanks Eldar have developed. It can fire multiple volleys against one target. Units with a hit location template determine a location normally and roll for damage (no armor save) with Penetrating +3. Unlike other Eldar superheavy vehicles the Storm Serpend mounts a Holo-field instead of a main gun. Unfortunately this weapon cannot create a stable warp hole on a shielded target so any model with operative shields of any type is immune from attacks from this weapon. The Void Spinner fires a deadly barrage of concentrated bacteria and wraithbone parasites that quickly devour any material in its impact zone.

and can absorb at least as much damage as an Imperial Warlord Titan. This is the main Eldar anti-Titan weapon due to its special properties. is the most common class of Eldar Titan. Witch Sight: All enemy firing at the Titan in this combat phase suffer a -1 To-Hit penalty.0 Eldar Army Book 26 . NetEpic 5. The combined psychic strength of the dead spirits. All Eldar titans are Agile. unmodifiable unit. All friendly units with models within 25 cm can immediately roll to rally from Fall Back. can be furnished with a variety of weapons and are bought by the rules given in the Purchasing Titans section of the Core Rules. Any targets under the template are hit on a 3+ and are instantly destroyed with no armor save allowed! Models with a hit location template (like Titans/ Praetorians). Warlock Titan A Warlock Titan contains the spirits of mighty Eldar Seers and psykers within it’s Wraithbone core. The Revenant is Hard to Hit when on Charge Orders. Weapon Descriptions Distortion Cannon: This deadly weapon funnels warp energy into a devastating attack that destroys even the most powerful armor. As its name suggests. If that model is in Close Combat its base CAF is halved. but once activated must move within the restrictions of the orders given. Scout Titans are equipped with Holo-fields for defense. places the Warlock Titan at the pinnacle of Eldar achievement in the realm of psychic engineering. 3) Warlocks have an unmodifiable 3+ Psychic Save. the Phantom is designed for beauty as much as function. or Finnadan. embodying the Eldar military philosophy that prefers speed and mobility to heavy armor. In order to jump over higher obstacles the Titan uses 2 cm of movement for every additional 1 cm of height needed to jump an obstacle. slim and fragile-looking. Mind Shout: All enemy models within 25 cm must immediately pass a morale check or go onto Fall Back orders. Scout Titans are allowed a special movement mode due to the presence of jump jets. opposing Titans and vehicles use one less die. Warlock Titans carry 2 weapon systems and 2 wing-mounted weapons. Jump Jets: When using jump jets the titan’s movement is in a series of leaps that allow it to ignore intervening terrain. Psychic saves may be made against Doom. 1) Close Combat attacks count as ethereal psychic attacks (they kill Greater Daemons instantly). Models with shields have a 4+ save against Doom and may be rolled every turn. and twin pulse lasers for offense. The first two of these. Place a barrage template within the Titans firing arc and range and roll for scatter once (2D6 as per normal indirect barrage). If the Titan is immobilized it cannot use Witch Sight. Eldar armies employ three main classes of Titans. the Revenant Scout Titan. so a Revenant on Charge Orders can make four 15 cm leaps or any other combination that does not exceed the movement allowance for the Titan. This potent psychic ability. Rolls of 1 fail automatically. Revenant Scout Titan These are purchased in units of two. combined with the smooth agility of Eldar Titans and their sophisticated weaponry. They may be activated in any combat phase. for the Phantom is strongly built. which are independent units and do not need to maintain coherency with each other. In Close Combat. This lasts until another power is used. This appearance is largely deceptive.Eldar Titans Eldar armies. Phantom and Warlock. is phenomenal far outstripping the powers of the living. All shots against that model will hit on a 3+. the Phantom is fast-moving and agile. This is due to the difficulty in opening the warp hole in a precise manner. use giant war machines. Shields must be brought down by other means before it can affect the target. once the location of the hit is determined damage is automatic (no save for armor) and damage is determined adding +3 to the roll. This weapon affects buildings and they count as destroyed if a saving throw is failed. In order to use the jump jets the titan must be on Charge Orders. The Revenant cannot land in impassable terrain during any of its jumps. focused and amplified by the Wraithbone structure. The third. and compared to an Imperial Titan it is very tall. The maximum height of a normal leap is 5 cm. Phantom Titan The Phantom. Unfortunately this weapon cannot create a stable warp hole on a shielded target so any model with operative shields of any type is immune from attacks from this weapon. Like all Eldar military vehicles. as many of their opponents. Phantoms carry 2 weapon systems in addition to their 2 wing-mounted weapons. 4) A Warlock may use one of the powers below once per turn: Doom: Use on any model within 50 cm and line of sight. has a fixed armament and is simply bought as a single. 2) Orders are not placed for Warlock titans. The maximum distance of each leap is 15 cm.

Wing Weapons: The wings on Eldar Titans house the mechanisms of their Holo-fields. It can fire multiple volleys against one target. he must select a location (from the Titans corresponding damage location chart) and roll a D6 with a +1 modifier. When a target with a hit location template is struck only the lowest portion of its template may be selected for the purpose of saving throws and damage. Place a barrage template within the titans firing arc and range. This weapons attack counts as an ethereal physical psychic attack and ignores shields of all kinds. but receives normal damage (resolve normally by rolling once on the damage table for that location). either Lascannons or Missile Launchers. Tremor Cannon: This weapon is larger version than the one used by Eldar infantry. Anything under the template is hit on a 5+ and is destroyed without an armor save. This mode of fire will Damage Buildings. The building must make a save at -4 TSM or be destroyed. Power Fist: This weapon is similar to the Imperial power fist but the Eldar version also carries a battery of Shuriken cannons for ranged support. If the defenders score is higher. Optional Rule: Combined Barrages If a titan is equipped with two Missile Launcher wings. hitting on a 3+ and inflicting D6 hits at -2 TSM. Therefore the weapon is extremely deadly at close range. Warlock Titans receive +1 to their T-Hit rolls when using this weapon. Due to the weapons nature of traveling along the ground. Pulse Laser: This is a sophisticated rapid-fire laser weapon and an example of the Eldar’s technological skill. Psychic saving throws apply to resist this attack. this weapon ignores shields of any type. This weapon may not be used as a ranged weapon and Close Combat weapon in the same turn. Psychic Lance: This weapon epitomizes Eldar mastery of psychic technology. Models with robotically controlled minds or equipment are immune to this attack (like tarantulas and robots). This weapon harnesses the mental psychic energy of powerful warlocks (harnessed in special spirit stones in the Titans cockpit) into a beam capable of destroying heavily armored targets. Heat Lance: This weapon operates under a complex combination of electromagnetic acceleration of a high-powered energy bolt that mimics the destructive power of plasma weaponry but in a more controlled fashion thus negating any drain on the Titans systems. hitting secondary targets as described above but the primary target (where the beams meet) is hit automatically. but with no modifiers. This weapon is powerful enough to recreate the damage cause by a full battery of the lesser weapons. The defending player also rolls a D6. Due to its nature the energy dissipates over long ranges as the energy loses its tight configuration. it has broken free and receives no damage. There is also space to mount weapons. NetEpic 5. Any building in the trajectory of the weapon is hit automatically and must save at -6 to avoid destruction. and hit everything underneath on a 3+ with 0 TSM. the location the player selected receives maximum damage (the most damaging result). If the result is a tie the defender has slipped out of the grasp. Titans armed with this weapon can make special grab attacks. they may be combined as per the artillery rules. A Titan armed with two of these weapons may cross the beams. The Pulse Laser can be fired in two ways. Any model in the line of fire is hit on a roll of 5+ and must save at a -2 penalty to avoid destruction.0 Eldar Army Book 27 . place the standard barrage template anywhere within range and line of sight. The beam is fired into the ground and travels along the line of fire producing secondary explosions and the disintegration of the target area. If the Titan making the grab attacks scores higher. Although this weapon has an option of using a barrage template it is not artillery. The primary target is hit on a roll of 3 or more. If the player selects to make a grab attack. The Tremor Cannon fires a fluctuating electro-magnetic beam that rips apart a targets molecular structure.Flamewind: These Anti-Aircraft wing guns have single barrels as opposed to 3 of the Firestorm batteries. in addition to normal attacks. When using this weapon trace an imaginary line between the firing Titan and the target. Titans in base-to-base contact with buildings may elect. Buildings must save or be destroyed. to hit the building once. Units with a hit location template take damage to the head/bridge location. Alternately.

-2/-6 Destroys Buildings -2 0 none -2 -5 -3 -1 -1 Power Fist Psychic Lance Pulse Laser (choose one) Tremor Cannon Wing Lascannon Wing Missile Launcher NetEpic 5. Destroys Buildings Use barrage template. Damages Buildings 0 Target hit on 3+. Non-physical psychic none attack.0 Eldar Army Book 28 . -2 D6 hits. destroys buildings AA Penetrating +5 Penetrating +3 Penetrating +1 Shoot or use in CC. intervening models on 5+.Weapon Costs Class Basic Description Distortion Cannon Heat Lance Power Fist Psycannon Pulse Laser Tremor Cannon Flamewind AA Wing Las-Cannon Wing Missile Launcher Wing Cost 125 50 50 75 150 85 45 75 25 Anti-aircraft Wing Weapon Summary Weapon Distortion Cannon Flamewind Heat Lance Range 75 cm 100 cm 0-25 cm 26-50 cm 50-75 cm 50 cm 50 cm 75 cm 100 cm 75 cm 100 cm Attack Dice Template 1 1 1 1 4 Template 1 10 BP Special 2 4 BP To-Hit 3+ 4+ 2+ 3+ 4+ 4+ 5+ 2+ 2+ Special 3+ 5+ TSM Notes Always scatters.

CAF halved for the rest of the game. Same as 1-2. Decide randomly which way the titan falls. it explodes as 5-6 (below). Reactor off-line. 5 6 Weapon is blown off the titan and scatters 2D6 cm in a random direction. It may not move or turn for the rest of the game. the titan crashes to the ground and is destroyed. Reactor explodes! The titan is removed from the game. Holo-field will not work until it is repaired. Any vehicles or troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed. Speed drops by half and the titan cannot enter difficult terrain or use jump jets. If the result is 0 or less. Roll a D6. Any vehicles or troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed. except damage cannot be repaired. The Titan crashes to the ground as a result of the explosions. Roll for damage on the reactor. Any models it hits must make an unmodified save to avoid destruction. Roll a D6 in each End Phase. Weapon 1-2 3-4 Weapon damaged and cannot be used until repaired. Wing destroyed. and must make an unmodified save to avoid destruction. subtract 2 if the titan has Charge Orders and 1 if Advance Orders. 5-6 on the Head. 5 6 Wing 1-3 3-6 Wing damaged. The leg is blown apart. Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Same as 5. Reactor damaged. Leg is heavily damaged. Titan’s Holo-fields stop working for the rest of the game. Weapon destroyed and cannot be used in this battle. Any vehicles or troop stands within 3D6 cm are automatically hit. Leg destroyed and the titan is crippled. but there is a flashback to the titan’s hull. On 1-2 roll for damage on the Wing. the leg snaps as in 6 (below). barrages ignore it) Titan’s Orders Save On 4+ Agile: any number of turns when moving First Fire 4+ Advance 3+ Charge 2+ Slot Range Attack Dice To-Hit TSM Notes 20 cm +12 Weapon Right Arm Left Arm Right Wing Left Wing FRONT Wing Wing Wing SIDE Wing REAR Wing 3+ Wing Weapon Head 3+ 1+ 1+ Wing Weapon 3+ Wing 3+ Wing Weapon Head Wing Head 3+ Wing 2+ 2+ Weapon Leg 2+ 2+ Leg Weapon 3+ 2+ 2+ Leg 1+ 2+ Weapon 3+ 2+ Leg 2+ 3+ 3+ 2+ Leg Weapon Weapon Reactor Weapon Weapon Weapon Weapon Reactor Weapon 2+ 2+ Leg 2+ Leg 2+ 2+ Leg 2+ 2+ Leg 2+ Leg 2+ 1+ Leg 1+ Leg 1+ Leg 1+ Leg 1+ Leg 1+ Head 1-2 3 4 5-6 1+ 1+ Reactor 1-2 3-4 5-6 1+ 1+ CAF halved and the titan may only move or fire if you first roll a 4+ on 1D6. If the reactor is not repaired at the end of this turn. NetEpic 5. This damage may be repaired. 1-3 4-6 Wing Weapon Roll for damage on the Wing. 1-2 3-4 Leg Leg damaged.0 Eldar Army Book 29 . 3-4 on the Reactor. fire or repair other damage until the reactor is repaired.Phantom Titan Template Move CAF Shields Repair Notes Holo-field (fixed save. Titan may not move.

If the result is 0 or less. Leg destroyed and the titan is crippled. Titan’s Holo-fields stop working for the rest of the game. CAF halved for the rest of the game. The Advance 3+ Revenant may not land on impassable terrain. except damage cannot be repaired. fire or repair other damage until the reactor is repaired. This damage may be repaired. Charge 2+ Range 100 cm 100 cm 25 cm Attack Dice 1 10 BP 4 BP 3 SIDE Wing 3+ Weapon 2+ Reactor Weapon Weapon 2+ 2+ 2+ Leg 2+ Leg 2+ Leg 2+ Reactor 1-2 3-4 5-6 Reactor damaged. blasting the titan 2D6 cm in a random direction. subtract 2 if the titan has Charge Orders and 1 if Advance Orders. Same as 1-2. 5-6 on the Head. 5-6 NetEpic 5. it explodes as 5-6 (below). Reactor explodes! The titan is removed from the game. 1-2 3-4 Jump Jets Jump Jets are damaged and may not be used until repaired Jump Jets are triggered by the hit. 5 6 Wing 1-3 Wing damaged. On 1-2 roll for damage on the Wing. Leg is heavily damaged. 5 6 Weapon is blown off the titan and scatters 2D6 cm in a random direction. it is destroyed. barrages ignore it) Hard to Hit when on Charge Orders Titan’s Orders Save On 4+ When on Charge Orders. Titan may not move.0 Eldar Army Book 30 . Weapon destroyed and cannot be used in this battle. The Titan crashes to the ground as a result of the explosions. Damages Buildings REAR Wing 3+ Weapon Weapon Weapon 3+ 2+ 3+ Jump Jets 3+ Leg 2+ Leg 2+ CAF halved and the titan may only move or fire if you first roll a 4+ on 1D6. Any models it hits must make an unmodified save to avoid destruction. Jump Jets explode and cause the titan to jump as 3-4 (above). Same as 5. It may not move or turn for the rest of the game. and roll damage on the reactor. The leg is blown apart.Revenant Scout Titan Template Move CAF Shields Repair Notes Holo-field Agile: any number of turns when moving (fixed save. Roll a D6 in each End Phase. Any vehicles or troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed. 3-6 Wing destroyed. and must make an unmodified save to avoid destruction. Any vehicles or troop stands within 3D6 cm are automatically hit. If the titan lands in difficult or impassable terrain. Reactor off-line. but there is a flashback to the titan’s hull. 1-2 3-4 Leg Leg damaged. Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Holo-field will not work until it is repaired. Any vehicles or troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed. the titan crashes to the ground and is destroyed. 3-4 on the Reactor. the titan’s jump jets allow it to First Fire 4+ leap over terrain up to 15 cm wide and 5 cm high. If the reactor is not repaired at the end of this turn. the leg snaps as in 6 (below). Weapon 1-2 3-4 Weapon damaged and cannot be used until repaired. Speed drops by half and the titan cannot enter difficult terrain or use jump jets. Roll a D6. Decide randomly which way the titan falls. 30 cm +7 Weapon Pulse Laser (choose one) Missile Launcher Scatter Laser FRONT Wing 2+ Weapon 2+ Head 1+ Leg 2+ Leg 2+ Head 1-2 3 4 5-6 To-Hit 2+ 2+ 5+ 5+ TSM -2 0 0 0 Notes D6 hits.

subtract 2 if the titan has Charge Orders and 1 if Advance Orders. fire or repair other damage until the reactor is repaired. If the result is 0 or less. One random weapon is blown off the titan and scatters 2D6 cm in a random direction. Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Joint is heavily damaged. Any vehicles or troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed. but there is a flashback to the titan’s hull. If the result is 0 or less. 1-2 3-4 Leg Leg damaged. The Titan crashes to the ground as a result of the explosions. The Shadow Field generator overloads and explodes. Reactor off-line. the leg snaps as in 6 (below). It may not move or turn for the rest of the game. Any vehicles or troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed. One random weapon is destroyed and cannot be used in this battle.0 Eldar Army Book 31 . NetEpic 5. subtract 2 if the titan has Charge Orders and 1 if Advance Orders. All units within 3D6 cm are automatically hit. Roll a D6. Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Any vehicles or troop stands within 3D6 cm are automatically hit. CAF halved for the rest of the game. 5 5 6 6 1-2 3-4 1-2 3-4 5 5 6 6 The leg is blown apart. and must make an unmodified save to avoid destruction. it explodes as 5-6 (below). The Titan’s Shadow field generators are destroyed and the field stops working for the rest of the game. Roll a D6 in each End Phase. Reactor explodes! The titan is removed from the game. Leg is destroyed and the titan is crippled. and must make an unmodified save to avoid destruction. Joint Joint is damaged. Same as 5. If the reactor is not repaired at the end of this turn. This damage may be repaired.Shadow Spinner Template Move CAF Shields Repair Notes Shadow Field (fixed save. 5-6 on the Head. 3-4 on the Reactor. Leg is heavily damaged. the titan crashes to the ground and is destroyed. Shadow Field is reduced to 5+. the leg snaps as in 6 (below). otherwise it explodes as in 6 (below). The field generator is in danger of overloading and must be shut down before it explodes. Leg destroyed and the titan is crippled. Titan may not move. Speed drops by half and the titan cannot enter difficult terrain. Speed drops by half and the titan cannot enter difficult terrain or use jump jets. Roll a D6 in the End Phase: on 5+ the field is safely shut down. 35 cm +6 Weapon Shadow Weaver Dark Lances Heavy Disintigrator Notes Special rules FRONT Joint Weapon 3+ 3+ Leg 2+ Leg 2+ Head 1-2 3 4 5-6 CAF halved and the titan may only move or fire if you first roll a 4+ on 1D6. The titan is destroyed but remains standing. SIDE Joint Joint 3+ 3+ Leg 2+ Leg 2+ Leg Hull Hull Leg 2+ 1+ 1+ 2+ Leg 2+ Leg 2+ Joint 3+ Reactor 2+ Weapon Joint 3+ 3+ Hull 1+ Head 2+ Weapon 1-2 3-4 One random weapon is damaged and cannot be used until repaired. Any vehicles or troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed. barrages ignore it) Titan’s Orders Save On Agile: any number of turns when 4+ First Fire 4+ moving Advance 3+ Charge 2+ Range LoS 75 cm 75 cm Attack Dice Template 2 1 To-Hit 4+ 4+ 5+ TSM None -2 -2 REAR Joint 3+ Hull 1+ Leg 2+ Leg 2+ Leg 2+ Leg 2+ Reactor 1-2 3-4 5-6 Reactor damaged. Decide randomly which way the titan falls. The leg is blown apart. On 1-2 roll for damage on the Wing. the titan crashes to the ground and is destroyed. Any models it hits must make an unmodified save to avoid destruction. except damage cannot be repaired. Hull The Titan’s Shadow field generators are shut down and stop working until repaired. Roll a D6 in each End Phase. It may not move or turn for the rest of the game. Same as 1-2.

NetEpic 5. Titan may not move. Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Roll a D6. Same as 5. Mind Shout: All enemy models within 25 cm must immediately pass a morale check or go onto Fall Back Orders. All friendly units with models within 25 cm can immediately roll to rally from Fall Back. Reactor off-line. Psychic saves may be made against Doom. Any vehicles or troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed. If the reactor is not repaired at the end of this turn. 5 6 Weapon is blown off the titan and scatters 2D6 cm in a random direction. This damage may be repaired. Rolls of 1 fail automatically. Roll for damage on the reactor. except damage cannot be repaired. Weapon Slot Right Arm Left Arm Right Wing Left Wing FRONT Wing Wing Range Attack Dice To-Hit TSM Notes SIDE Wing Wing REAR Wing 3+ Wing Wpn 2+ Head 3+ 1+ 1+ Wing Wpn 2+ 3+ Wing 3+ Wing Wpn 2+ Weapon Head Wing Head 3+ Wing 3+ 1+ 3+ 2+ 2+ 3+ 3+ 2+ Leg Weapon Weapon Reactor Weapon Weapon Reactor Weapon Weapon Weapon Leg 2+ Weapon Leg 2+ Leg Weapon 2+ Leg 2+ 2+ Leg 2+ Leg 2+ 2+ Leg 2+ 2+ 2+ Leg 2+ Leg 2+ 1+ Leg 1+ Leg 1+ Leg 1+ Leg 1+ Leg 1+ Head 1-2 3 4 5-6 1+ 1+ Reactor 1-2 3-4 5-6 1+ 1+ CAF halved and the titan may only move or fire if you first roll a 4+ on 1D6. and must make an unmodified save to avoid destruction. Wing destroyed. All shots against that model will hit on a 3+. Reactor explodes! The titan is removed from the game. the titan crashes to the ground and is destroyed. 1-3 4-6 Wing Weapon Roll for damage on the Wing. Leg destroyed and the titan is crippled. On 1-2 roll for damage on the Wing. If the result is 0 or less. Leg is heavily damaged. Any vehicles or troop stands that are fallen on are destroyed. The leg is blown apart. 5-6 on the Head. CAF halved for the rest of the game. Decide randomly which way the titan falls. Any models it hits must make an unmodified save to avoid destruction. subtract 2 if the titan has Charge Orders and 1 if Advance Orders. 1-2 3-4 Leg Leg damaged. but there is a flashback to the titan’s hull. barrages ignore it) Agile: any number of turns when moving Titan’s Orders Save On Close Combat hits are ethereal psychic 4+ 3+ Psychic Save First Fire 4+ Orders are not placed for Warlocks Advance 3+ One of the following power per turn: Charge 2+ 20 cm +12 Doom: Target any model within sight and 50 cm. Weapon destroyed and cannot be used in this battle. Holo-field will not work until it is repaired. Titan’s Holo-fields stop working for the rest of the game. Any vehicles or troop stands within 3D6 cm are automatically hit.0 Eldar Army Book 32 . The Titan crashes to the ground as a result of the explosions. It may not move or turn for the rest of the game. If the Titan is immobilized it cannot use Witch Sight. Weapon 1-2 3-4 Weapon damaged and cannot be used until repaired. it explodes as 5-6 (below). 3-4 on the Reactor. Models with shields have a 4+ save against Doom and may be rolled every turn. the leg snaps as in 6 (below). If that model is in CC its base CAF is halved. fire or repair other damage until the reactor is repaired. This lasts until another power is used. Witch Sight: The titan is Hard to Hit. 5 6 Wing 1-3 3-6 Wing damaged. Speed drops by half and the titan cannot enter difficult terrain or use jump jets. Reactor damaged. Roll a D6 in each End Phase.Warlock Titan Template Move CAF Shields Repair Notes Holo-field (fixed save. Same as 1-2. Enemy vehicles and larger units lose one die in Close Combat.

Eldar Army Cards Standard Eldar List Company Cards Guardian Host Falcon Host Defender Warhost Jetbike Host Spirit Host Tempest Host Contents 3 Guardian Detachments 3 Falcon Detachments 3 Defender Detachments Vyper Squad 2 Jetbike Squads Warlock stand Wraithguard Detachment 2 Wraithlord Detachments 2 Tempest Squadrons Break Victory Point Morale Points Cost 9 3 5 450 5 3 5 450 14 3 9 850 8 Warlock 3 3 3 6 5 9 550 500 900 Special Cards Bonesinger * Exarchs Farseer * Forward Observer * Harlequin Troupe Master Mime* Pathfinders Warlock Peregrine Option * Titans Phantom Titan Phantom Titan Host * Revenant Scout Titans * Warlock Titan Contents Bonesinger stand & Command Falcon 4 Exarch stands Farseer stand & Command Falcon Forward Observer stand & Command Falcon 4 Harlequin stands One Master Mime card 4 Pathfinder stands Warlock stand & Command Falcon Command Peregrine replaces Command Falcon Phantom hull 3 Phantom hulls 2 Revenant Scout Titans Warlock hull Victory Break Point Morale Points Cost Stand 3 1 125 2 4 400 Stand 2 150 Stand 1 100 2 2 2 150 1 50 2 2 1 100 Stand 1 125 25 Model Each Each Model Varies Varies 2 Varies 300 900 400 400 Support Cards Infantry Guardian Detachment Defender Detachment Wraithguard Host Aspect Warriors Dark Reapers Dire Avengers Fire Dragons Howling Banshees Shining Spears * Striking Scorpions Swooping Hawks Warp Spiders * Cavalry Jetbike Squad Vyper Squad Walkers War Walker Squad Wraithlord Squad Contents 6 Guardian stands 6 Guardian stands & 3 Falcons 4 Wraithguard stands 4 Dark Reaper stands 4 Dire Avenger stands 4 Fire Dragon stands 4 Howling Banshee stands 4 Shining Spear Jetbikes 4 Striking Scorpion stands 4 Swooping Hawks stands 4 Warp Spider stands 5 Jetbikes 5 Vypers 3 War Walkers 4 Wraithlords Break Victory Point Morale Points Cost 3 5 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 3 1 3 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 150 300 100 250 125 100 150 200 150 150 200 200 250 150 200 NetEpic 5.0 Eldar Army Book 33 .

0 Eldar Army Book 34 . These require consent of both sides to use. NetEpic 5.Vehicles Fire Prism Firestorm AA Falcon Squadron Peregrine Squadron * Wave Serpent Squadron Light Artillery Bright Lance Battery Vibro-Cannon Battery Heavy Artillery Doomweaver Battery Unicorn Battery * Warp Hunter Battery Pulse Laser Barrage * Web Bomb * Knights Fire Knight Detachment * Bright Warrior Detachment * Towering Knight Detachment * Flyers Phoenix Fighter Bomber Vampyre Troop Carrier Nightwing Squadron Superheavies Cobra * Scorpion * Storm Serpent * Tempest Squadron Void Spinner * Fire Prism Grav-Tank Firestorm 3 Falcons 3 Peregrine Grav-Tanks 2 Wave Serpents 3 Bright Lances 3 Vibro-Cannons 2 Doomweavers 2 Unicorns 2 Warp Hunters One Orbital Barrage Round One Orbital Barrage Round 3 Fire Knights of any type 3 Bright Warriors of any type 3 Towering Knights of any type Phoenix Fighter Bomber Vampyre Troop Carrier 3 Nightwings Cobra Grav-Tank Scorpion Grav-Tank Storm Serpent Grav-Tank 3 Tempest Grav-Tanks Void Spinner Grav-Tank Model Model 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 Model Model 2 Model Model Model 2 Model 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 4 3 1 3 3 3 3 5 2 50 150 150 200 150 100 100 150 150 200 2 VP 2 VP 250 300 350 300 100 300 250 250 300 500 200 * Optional unit.

Codex Craftworld Lists All Craftworlds Eldar Avatar Contents Avatar Break Victory Point Morale Points Cost Model 2 Free Alaitoc Craftworld Support Card Alaitoc Rangers 4 Pathfinder stands 2 2 1 100 Biel-Tan Craftworld Biel Tan Phoenix Host 3 Phoenix Lords Purchase any 3 Aspect Warrior Detachments 8 1 Varies 200+ Iyanden Craftworld Iyanden Wraith Host Special Cards Spiritseer Warlock stand 2 Wraithguard Detachments 2 Wraithlord Detachments Spiritseer stand & Command Falcon Warlock 5 500 Stand - 1 100 Saim-Hann Craftworld Saim-Hann Wind Rider Host Support Card Revenant Scout Titans Special Cards Farseer on Jetbike Warlock on Jetbike 2 Vyper Squads 3 Jetbike Squads 2 Revenant Scout Titans Farseer on Jetbike Warlock on Jetbike 13 Each Model Model 3 7 2@ 2 1 650 400 150 125 Ulthwe Craftworld Ulthwe Black Guardian Host 4 Guardian Detachments Support Card Guardian Storm Squad 4 Guardian Heavy Weapon stands 12 2 3 3 5 2 450 200 Harlequin Masque Company Cards Harlequin Masque Support Cards Death Jester Troupe Harlequin Troupe Harlequin Jetbike Squadron Master Mime Mime Troupe Venom Squadron Special Cards Shadowseer Solitaire Contents Great Harlequin stand & Command Venom 3 Harlequin Troupes 4 Death Jesters stands 4 Harlequin stands 5 Harlequin Jetbikes stands One Master Mime card 4 Mimes stands 4 Venoms Shadowseer stand & Command Venom Solitaire stand Break Victory Point Morale Points Cost 7 2 2 3 2 2 Stand Stand 2 2 2 2 3 3 1 5 3 2 3 1 1 2 2 2 450 250 150 250 50 125 150 150 150 NetEpic 5.0 Eldar Army Book 35 .

3 Raiders 6 Wych stands. Combat Barge Archite.Dark Eldar Company Cards Raider Kabal Wych Cult Reaver Kabal Ravager Kabal Command Cards (Must buy 1) Archon Archite Special Cards Dark Warlock Shadow Spinner Shadow Spinner Squadron Webway Portal Support Cards Banshee Battery Enslaver Battery Grotesque Cadre Hellions Cadre Mandrake Cadre Scourge Cadre Shadow Raider Ravager Squadron Raven Squadron Reaver Jetbike Squadron Razorwing Warrior Cadre Wych Cadre Warp Beasts Pack Contents Dracon. 5 Warp Beast stands Break Victory Point Morale Points Cost 15 15 8 5 Archon Archite Stand Model Each 2 1 5 3 2 2 Model 2 2 3 Model 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 10 10 7 7 1 1 2 2 4 +3 2 2 4 3 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 3 3 2 950 950 650 650 100 100 150 200 400 +300 225 150 350 250 150 200 150 225 275 225 200 300 300 200 NetEpic 5. Combat Barge Dark Warlock stand & Command Raider Shadow Spinner Scout Titan 2 Shadow Spinner Scout Titans Webway Portal 3 Banshee AA Raiders 2 Enslaver Raiders Hæmonculus. Incubi stand. 3 Raiders Beastmaster stand.0 Eldar Army Book 36 . 5 Grotesque stands. Wych stand & Command Raider 3 Wych Cadres 3 Reaver Jetbike Squadrons 3 Ravager Squadrons Archon. & Command Raider 3 Warrior Cadres Dracite. 3 Raiders 6 Hellion stands 4 Mandrake stands 4 Scourge stands Shadow Raider 3 Ravagers 3 Raven Interceptors 5 Reaver Jetbike stands Razorwing Fighter-Bomber 6 Warrior stands. Wyches stand. Incubi stand.

0 Eldar Army Book 37 .Eldar Knights Company Cards Eldar Knight Host Defender Warhost Jetbike Host Special Cards Harlequin Troupe Pathfinders Warlock Support Cards Guardian Detachment Defender Detachment Jetbike squadron Vyper Squadron War Walker Squadron Firestorm AA Falcon Detachment Bright Lance Battery Fire Knight Detachment Bright Warrior Detachment Towering Knight Detachment Contents Fire Knight Detachment Bright Warrior Detachment Towering Knight Detachment 3 Defender Detachments Vyper Squad 2 Jetbike Squads 4 Harlequin stands 4 Pathfinder stands Warlock stand & Command Falcon 6 Guardian stands 6 Guardian stands & 3 Falcons 5 Jetbikes 5 Vypers 3 War Walkers Firestorm 3 Falcons 3 Bright Lances 3 Fire Knights of any type 3 Bright Warriors of any type 3 Towering Knights of any type Break Victory Point Morale Points Cost 5 14 8 2 2 Stand 3 5 3 3 2 Model 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 8 9 6 2 1 1 2 3 2 3 2 2 2 1 3 3 4 800 850 550 150 100 125 150 300 200 250 200 150 150 100 250 300 350 NetEpic 5.

0 Eldar Army Book 38 .Exodites Company Cards Defender Host War Host Dragon Host Scout Host Support Cards Fusilier Detachment Warrior Detachment Rangers Squad Dragon Knight Squadron Lethosaur Knight Squadron Raptor Knight Squadron Pterosaur Knight Squadron Dragoon Squadron Scout Walker Squadron Vyper Carrier Squadron Bright Lance Travois Battery Missile Launcher Travois Battery Starcannon Travois Battery Hellbender Squad Special Cards Baron Carnosaur Dragon Serpent Squadron Exo-Suit Squadron Megadon Visionary Contents 3 Fusiliers Detachments 3 Warrior Detachments 3 Dragon Knight Squadrons Lethosaur Knight Squadron 2 Raptor Knight Squadrons 6 Fusiliers stands 6 Warriors stands 4 Rangers stands 5 Dragon Knights stands 5 Lethosaur Knights stands 5 Raptor Knights stands 5 Pterosaur Knights stands 5 Dragoons stands 3 Scout Walkers 6 Vypers Carriers 3 Bright Lance Travois stands 3 Missile Launcher Travois stands 3 Starcannon Travois stands 3 Hellbenders Baron stand & 2 Dragoon stands Carnosaur 3 Dragon Serpents 3 Exo-Suits Megadon Visionary stand Break Victory Point Morale Points Cost 9 3 5 450 9 3 4 350 8 3 6 600 8 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 2 2 2 Baron Model 2 2 Model Stand 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 3 2 2 1 5 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 3 3 2 500 150 125 100 200 200 175 200 250 100 175 125 125 125 150 100 200 225 300 300 175 NetEpic 5.

Psychic Powers HQ. Special Elite. Stealth Deep Strike Jump Pack Special Combat Drugs. Jump Pack Elite. Psychic Powers HQ. Gladiator. Psyker HQ. Skimmer Elite. Elite. Shadow Field. Skimmer. Psyker HQ. Special Elite.Summary of Unit Statistics Troop Type Special Archon / Archite Avatar Baron Bonesinger Dracon / Dracite Exarch Farseer Farseer on Jetbike Forward Observer Great Harlequin Harlequin Master Mime Pathfinder Phoenix Lord Shadowseer Solitaire Visionary Warlock Warlock on Jetbike Infantry Beastmaster Dark Warlock Death Jester Fusilier Grotesque Guardian Guardian Heavy Weapon Hæmonculus Incubi Mandrake Mime Scourge Warriors (Exodite) Warriors (Dark Eldar) Wraithguard Wyches Aspect Warriors Dark Reaper Dire Avenger Fire Dragon Howling Banshee Striking Scorpion Swooping Hawk Warp Spider Cavalry Dragoons Dragon Knight Harlequin Jetbike Hellion Jetbike Lethosaur Knight Pterosaur Knight Raptor Knights Reaver Jetbike Shining Spear Vyper Jetbike Warp Beasts Walkers Scout Walker Talos War Walker Move 10 cm 15 cm 20 cm 10 cm 10 cm 20 cm 10 cm 35 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 15 cm 20 cm 10 cm 35 cm 15 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 15 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm 25 cm 30 cm 20 cm 20 cm 35 cm 25 cm 35 cm 25 cm 30 cm 25 cm 35 cm 35 cm 35 cm 20 cm 30 cm 10 cm 25 cm Save 2+f 4+/6+f 5+f 6+f 6+f 6+f 4+f 6+f 6+f 6+f 6+f 6+ 6+f 5+ 5+ 5+f 5+/6+f 6+f 6+f 6+ 6+ 4+ 6+ CAF Weapons +7 +10 +6 +1 +5 +8 +3 +3 +0 +8 +6 +1 +0 +10 +4 +2 +2 +3 +0 +3 +0 +3 +0 +0 +4 +4 +2 +3 +0 +1 +0 +2 +3 +1 +2 +2 +6 +6 +2 +2 +4 +3 +5 +2 +3 +1 +1 +3 +3 +5 +1 +4 +1 +5 +1 Xenospasm Spear Blast Pistol Range 35 cm 15 cm 25 cm Attack Dice 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 D6 1 To-Hit Roll 5+ 2+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 3+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 4+f 5+ 4+ 5+ Special 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 4+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 4+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 4+ 4/5/6+ 4+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 3+ 4+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 4+ 5+ 5+ 4+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ TSM -2 -3 0 0 -1 -1 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 No 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 -1 -1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 -2 0 -1 0 -2 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 -1 -2 Notes Command. Quickdraw Elite.0 Eldar Army Book 39 . HQ. Combat Drugs HQ. Special HQ. Terror Laspistols 25 cm Terrorfex/Agoniser 35 cm Ancient Artifacts 75 cm Shuriken Pistol 25 cm Shuriken Pistol 25 cm Shuriken Pistol 25 cm Pistol/Kiss 25 cm Shuriken Pistol 25 cm ECM Equipment Lasgun 50 cm As the appropriate Aspect Warrior Splinter Pistol 25 cm Neuro-Disruptor Template Pistol/Witchblade 25 cm Shuriken Pistol 25 cm Shuriken Pistol 25 cm Pistol/Agoniser Splinter Pistol Shrieker Cannon Blast Carbine Claws Shuriken Lascannon Destructor Tormentor Helm Pistol/Blades Pistols/Sword Splinter Cannons Blast Pistols/Swords Splinter Rifles Wraithcannon Pistols/Blades Missile Launcher Shuriken Thermal Gun Power Sword Mandi-Blaster Lasgun Web Spinners Plasma Carbines Blast Carbines Shuriken Catapults Hellglaives Shuriken Catapult Plasma Carbines Blast Carbines Blast Pistols/Swords Blasters Shuriken Catapult Shuriken Cannon Shuriken Catapult Claws Scatter Laser Talos Stinger Lascannon 25 cm 25 cm 50 cm 50 cm 50 cm 75 cm Template 25 cm 25 cm 25 cm 75 cm 25 cm 50 cm 50 cm 25 cm 75 cm 50 cm 25 cm 25 cm 25 cm 25 cm Special 35 cm 50 cm 15 cm 50 cm 15 cm 35 cm 50 cm 25 cm 15 cm 15 cm 25 cm 15 cm 25 cm 50 cm 75 cm Elite. HQ. Hard to Hit. Stealth plus Command & HQ HQ. Dodge Elite. Wraithbone shield Skimmer Combat Drugs. Stealth. Elite. Wraithbone shield HQ. Dodge Elite. Skimmer Infiltration Combat Drugs. Skimmer Skimmer Infiltration. Elite. Special Re-roll Close Combat defeat Special Infiltration. Deep Strike. AI NetEpic 5. HQ. Special Elite. Psychic Powers HQ. Elite. Special Skimmer Triple move on Charge Holo-field Skimmer. Hit & Run Deep Strike. HQ HQ. Exodite Shock Lance. Ignores Cover Elite. Psyker Special Stupid. Mechanic. Laser Lance. Elite. HQ. Special Elite. Psychic Powers HQ. Special Elite. Elite. HQ. Fire on the Fly. Special Cavalry. Special Elite Ambush. Sniper. Wraithbone shield Laser Lance. Dodge No choice of actions Cavalry.

Special Holo-field. PD(3). Cost: 2 VP Special. Transport 2 Skimmer. AA * Turret PD(1). Skimmer Skimmer. Transport 1 OTV. PD(3). Transport 2. Psychic Lance Holo-field. Psychic Lance Holo-field. Transport 2. Psychic Lance Holo-field. Transport 1 Fire on the Fly Fire on the Fly Fire on the Fly Special AA. Skimmer. PD(3) 100 cm 3+ +4 Flier NetEpic 5. Psychic Lance Holo-field. Skimmer. Skimmer. Transport 2 Skimmer Skimmer. Special Skimmer. Psychic Lance Holo-field. Skimmer. Wraithbone Shield Holo-field. PD(2) Skimmer. Special Special. Shadow Field. Special Bloodlust. Shadow Field * Penetrating +3 Skimmer. Cost: 2 VP Holo-field. Psychic Lance 20 cm 20 cm 10 cm 20 cm 20 cm 25 cm 20 cm 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ +12 +5 +8 +5 +3 +4 +3 Bloodlust. Psychic Lance Holo-field. Special Skimmer Ignores Cover Skimmer. Special Holo-field. PD(1) Skimmer. OTV. Special Skimmer. Special * Turret Skimmer. Skimmer. Transport 2 Skimmer. PD(3). Special Skimmer. PD(6) Skimmer.0 Eldar Army Book 40 . Skimmer. Transport 1 OTV.Wraithlord Vehicles Combat Barge Dragon Serpent Fire Prism Falcon Firestorm AA Peregrine Raider Ravager Shadow Raider Wave Serpent Venom Vyper Carrier Light Artillery Bright Lance Bright Lance Travois Missile Launcher Travois Scatter Laser Starcannon Travois Vibro-Cannon Heavy Artillery Banshee AA Raider Doomweaver Enslaver Raider Hellbenders Unicorn* Warp Hunter Pulse Laser Barrage Web Bomb Knights Exo-Suit Fire Gale Fire Reaper Fire Storm Bright Stallion Bright Stalker Towering Destroyer Towering Fury Superheavies Carnosaur Cobra Megadon Scorpion Storm Serpent Tempest Void Spinner Fliers Nightwing 10 cm 5+ +4 Scatter Laser Lascannon Shuriken Cannon Dark Lance Disintigrators Warp Wave Prism Cannon Lascannon Laser Battery Lascannon * Scatter Laser Dark Lance Dark Lance Disintigrators Shadow Cannon * Heavy Disintigrators Warp Wave Shuriken Catapults Shuriken Catapults Lascannon Bright Lance Missile Launcher Scatter Laser Starcannon Vibro-Cannon Splinterstorm Wire Thread Net-thrower Fire Breath Vibro Cannon Warp Cannon Orbital Barrage Orbital Barrage Star Lance Scatter Laser Maelstrom Laser Scatter Laser Lascannon Missiles Shurikens Maelstrom Laser Scatter Laser Maelstrom Laser Lascannon Maelstrom Laser Scatter Laser Maelstrom Laser Lascannon Starcannon Scatter Laser D-Cannon Shuriken Cannon Bright Lance Starcannons Psychic Blaster Pulse Laser x2 Shuriken Cannon Shuriken Cannon Tempest Laser * Shuriken Cannon Void Spinner Shuriken Cannon Lascannon Shuriken Missiles 25 cm 75 cm 25 cm 75 cm 50 cm 2D6x10 75 cm 75 cm 100 cm 75 cm 25 cm 75 cm 75 cm 50 cm 100 cm 75 cm 2D6x10 15 cm 15 cm 75 cm 75 cm 100 cm 50 cm 75 cm 75 cm 75 cm Special LoS Template 75 cm 75 cm Special Special 75 cm 25 cm 75 25 50 100 25 75 25 75 50 75 25 75 50 75 cm 25 cm 75 cm 25 cm 75 cm 75 cm Template 75 cm 25 cm 25 cm 100 cm 25 cm 100 cm 25 cm 75 cm 25 cm 50 cm 3 1 2 1 2 Special 1 1 3 1 3 1 1 2 1 2 Special 1 1 1 1 2 BP 2 2 Line 3 Special Special Line Special 1 Special Special 3 2 3 3 4 BP 2 2 3 2 1 2 3 2 1 2 3 Template 2 1 4 Varies 2 4 2 2 8 BP 2 1 4 4 BP 5+ 5+ 5+ 4+ 5+ 4+ 3+ 4+ 4+ 4 5 4+ 4+ 5+ 3+ 5+ 4+ 5+ 5+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 5+ Varies 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ Varies Varies 2+ 4+ 4+ 5+ 4+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 6+ 4+ 5+ 4+ 5+ 4+ 5+ 4+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 3+ 5+ 4+ 5+ Special Varies 5+ 5+ 4+ 5+ 3+ 5+ 4+ 5+ 5+ 0 -2 0 -2 -1 -2 -2 -2 -2 0 -2 -2 -1 -4 -2 0 0 -2 -2 0 0 -1 Varies -1 None No 0 Varies None -2 None -2 0 -2 0 -1 -2 0 -2 0 -2 -1 -2 0 -2 -1 -1 0 None -1 -2 -1 None Varies -1 -1 -3 -1 -3 -1 -2 0 0 Special 30 cm 25 cm 25 cm 25 cm 25 cm 25 cm 30 cm 30 cm 30 cm 25 cm 35 cm 35 cm 10 cm 15 cm 15 cm 10 cm 15 cm 10 cm 30 cm 25 cm 30 cm 15 cm 25 cm 25 cm 20 cm 20 cm 20 cm 20 cm 25 cm 25 cm 25 cm 25 cm 4+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 5+ 4+ 5+ 3+ 6+ 6+ 5+ 3+ 5+ 6+ 3+ 3+ 3+/6+f 3+ 3+ 3+ 4+ 4+ 2+ 2+ +4 +1 +1 +1 +1 +2 +0 +2 +2 +1 +1 +1 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 +0 +1 +1 +1 +2 +1 +4 +2 +3 +2 +3 +3 +5 +5 OTV.

Holo-field. Shadow Field. Holo-field Varies Varies Varies Agile. Psychic Powers. Transport 6 Shadow Spinner Warlock Titan 35 cm 20 cm Template Template +6 +12 Purchase 2 weapons + 2 Wings Pulse Laser 75 cm Missile Launcher 100 cm Scatter Laser 25 cm Shadow Weaver LoS Dark Lances 75 Heavy Disintigrator 75 Purchase 2 weapons + 2 Wings Agile. 2 barrage attacks during movement * Ignores Cover Flier. Special 3 5+ 0 Special 4+ None Agile. 3+ Psychic Save. Shadow Field Flier. Special Flier. Dodge 2 4+ -2 1 5+ -2 Agile. 4 BP 5+ 0 Jump Jets.Phoenix Raven Interceptor Razorwing Fighter-Bomber Vampyre Titans Phantom Titan Revenant Scout Titan 75 cm 115 cm 90 cm 100 cm 25 cm 30 cm 3+ 5+ (a) 5+ (a) 4+ Template Template +2 +5 +2 0 +12 +7 Sonic Cannon * Shuriken Plasma Bombs Dark Lances Splinter Cannon Dark Lances Splinter Cannons Horrorfex Shuriken Missiles 75 cm 50 cm Special 25 cm 25 cm 25 cm 25 cm 25 cm 25 cm 25 cm 2 4 8 BP 2 2 2 2 4 BP 6 4 BP 4+ 5+ 3+ 4+ 5+ 4+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ -3 0 -3 -2 0 -2 -1 Special -1 -1 Flier. Hard to Hit on Charge. Special NetEpic 5.0 Eldar Army Book 41 . Holo-field. Shadow Field.

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