I think that might only be for one week. I got an email this morning saying a lot of the Inquisitorial henchman and priest minis, along with some Sororitas stuff was available for a limited time only.Well, there's squads again... still in the old metals, still expensive... And as they added a lot of pre-orders to get back to 22 units in the section, I'm now wondering what else they removed. I KNOW the Immolator was gone for ages and is back now, so something's had to go to make place for it...
Whisky Priest on Faeit 212 said:The rumours coming out of GWHQ suggest that Celestine will be back next year in a forthcoming Black Crusade plotbook - the same kind of thing that has seen the reappearance of Magnus, and potentially other primarchs
Manager of my local store picked it up on his last product training day down at GW towers
The VP isn't a reward for you failing, it's to penalise your opponent for killing your warlord. It could actually end up making your warlord a lot more survivable. And as for options missing from the list, they did say from the outset that this is not a replacement for other codexes, just a means to allow players to build thematic Inquisitorial forces. GKs and DW are missing a couple of options from their codexes as well, I believe, so take a deep breath, and calm down.Having been through the book, it appears that other than removing St. Celestine (and almost all fluff text) basically the only new content are the detachments (I'd probably just do combined arms rather than waste my time with a "for one turn per game" bonus) and battle objectives (gain victory points for having your warlord slain?! Does any other faction have a rule that rewards failure? Does it make any sense at all to say "well, it was a really close fight then I got lucky and he killed my warlord so I won"?). Actual options for the army are down, an existing model most sister players probably own is no longer usable in any way as you can't even run a jump pack Canoness (and haven't been able to for some time). I begin to feel like a smoker - it's theoretically legal to smoke but every year the places you're allowed to do so are constricted just a bit further.