Adepta Sororitas - Sisters of Battle - New
Who Are They?
“Adepta Sororitas” or formerly the “Daughter of Emperor,” the Sisters of Battle are the all-female militant unit of Imperial Cult’s Ecclesiastical Adepta. They are a part of the Ecclesiastical’s army formed to strike down heresy and the ongoing corruption in the society; during the realm of the Adeptus Terra, the priesthood of earth.
Sisters of Battle Army Sets Available at Tistaminis
The Warhammer 40k’s Sisters of Battle pack includes 25 miniature warrior nuns along with a collector’s edition rule. Your faith in the Emperor is incredibly rewarded by this sister of Battle army set.
We also have individual models such as “Warhammer Sisters Of Battle Missionary With Chainsword,” Warhammer Sisters of Battle with Multi Melta,” “Warhammer Sisters of Battle Repentia Squad,” “Warhammer Sisters Of Battle Battle Sister With Flamer,” etc.
The new plastic Sisters of Battle set is designed & developed by Games Workshop. These miniatures present the freedom to customize the models. The pack contains all the components needed to create your very own women army.
- Penitent Engine
- Sisters Repentia
Besides the basic game pieces, the pack also comes with the codex having the exclusive cover art, transfer sheet, dice, and data cards.
These models are unpainted and require assembly. You can shop for miniature paints and other tools at our online store.
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The troops of this devout Sisterhood are raised from infancy to adore the Emperor of Mankind and to believe in the utter righteousness of their cause. Their fanatical devotion and unwavering purity is a bulwark against corruption, heresy and alien attack, and once battle has been joined, the Sisters of Battle will stop at nothing until their enemies are utterly crushed.
Frequently Asked Questions
1.Who are the Adepta Sororitas?
The Adepta Sororitas is an all-female division of the Imperium of Man’s state church known as the Adeptus Ministorum. They carry out the will of the church and root out heresy and corruption within Humanity and all of its organizations.
2. What is the Adepta Sororitas playstyle?
The Adepta Sororitas playstyle is focused on their lore which revolves around faith. They get special dice and invulnerable saves that help make this army really hold the line compared to other armies. They can also pack a punch with their multiple loadouts on most units that other armies do not tend to get like more special weapon and heavy weapon options.
3. What is the best way to get started with Adepta Sororitas?
First thing you will need is the Codex for your army which is a book supplement that gives you all the info you need to play and build the army as well as extra lore. The codex you will need is Codex: Adepta Sororitas.The Start Collecting/Combat Patrol boxes are a great choice to start your army because they save you a better amount of money than if you bought the contents separately. Cool units you can buy for the Adepta Sororitas in addition are: Seraphim Squads, Paragon Warsuits, and the Immolator, to name a few!
4. Who are some popular Characters in Adepta Sororitas?
Morvenn Vahl, Abbess Sanctorum of the Adepta Sororitas. She was originally a Celestian who was appointed Abbess at the beginning of the Indomitus Crusades. She has had many opportunities to expand her political status but has always stayed with her military roots and continued to rebuild the Adepta Sororitas to be more united. Canoness Veridyan is part of the Order of Our Martyred Lady and has lots of military experience as she has become a veteran of countless battles.
5. Are Adepta Soroitas a good army?
The Adepta Sororitas are a good army like most armies in Warhammer 40k. If you are seeking a competitive army, then the answer depends on the meta at the time, as every army has their ups and downs in the competitive community. Casual players should not worry about good/bad as it's all about fun.