CODEX: DRUKHARI - Dark Eldar New

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The Drukhari are a decadent race of alien torturers and attackers. Drukhari was once part of a galactic empire, but now indulges in every apocalyptic passion their higher intelligence can imagine. They consider themselves superior to other galactic races and suffer from an emptiness that can only be filled by the suffering of others. Drukhari's ranks are filled with fleetfooted and agile warriors, each armed with weapons designed to inflict maximum pain, and their innate composure allows them to transform painful forms of warfare into terrifying art.
Get ready to launch raids with superior anti-grav vehicles, hideous vat-grown cyborgs, and coteries of venom-shooting killers. Whether you prefer the gang-like cartels of Kabalite Warriors, the gladiatorial Wyches from the arenas or the surgical horror of the Haemonculi (or even a mix of all three!) this book is for you. Along with inspirational photographs of stunningly painted models, it features the background and lore of the Drukhari, and the rules that you need to field them in your games of Warhammer 40,000.

Inside this 120-page codex, you will find:
– The history and dark origins of the Drukhari, their hideous obsessions and the competing factions that vie for power
– A showcase of stunningly painted Citadel Miniatures that displays the martial liveries, hedonistic colours and gruesome appearances seen among the varied power blocs of Commorragh
– A vast range of datasheets providing tabletop rules for units from the Drukhari army
– Army-wide rules and an evocative Crusade section that allow you to transform your collection of Drukhari miniatures into a terrifying force, poised to strike at the galaxy's vulnerable underbelly and reap the spoils
– And more!
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