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the path of collecting. painting and gaming with the Necrons in the Warhammer 40, game. The backbone of the. -_ Necron army is comprised of metallic. Codex Necrons 7th - [PDF] [EPUB] Codex Necrons 7th Necrons 7th Edition Codex «on: January 31, , AM» With the codex in my. Basically, when 7th hit it made this already strong army stronger. Then the 7th edition update took it to the next level. Necrons stay as a solid.


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Heard of this. Should have brought the guide rope your brother had but nooooo. But now you are stuck in the woods near a stupid tree without a forced reference point. Is something else here?

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My brother must be sending a search party by now. You just now killed the Cat whose corpse you found Three days ago. And you are looping in the woods. Breaks the zone or something. Will have to make do. Expect flying monstrous creatures to tear you a new one. The most sorely missed item is the Voltaic Stave, without which the Necrons rely increasingly more on their Elite slot for heavy anti-tank.

The Royal Court is now a formation and has gotten smaller down to 3 members of each max instead of 5. Basically, when 7th hit it made this already strong army stronger. Then the 7th edition update took it to the next level.

Necrons stay as a solid alternative to Space Marines as a beginner's army while compared to the other 2 Xeno codices Orks and Dark Eldar in 7th Edition, Necron players had better count their blessings! It doesn't spread to your tin men and your HQs are already T5, but it does make your Warlord a tough force to remove with vindicators. Orikan and Trazyn get this. Eternal Madness - Zealot. It at least makes the Warlord a little better at assault, but at I2, you best not be pushing your luck.

More importantly, Fearless. Zandrekh begins with this. A good buff, as LD10 with rerolls may as well be Fearless. Szeras gets this. Hyperlogical Strategist - You can now add or subtract 1 from all Reserves and Seize rolls. Pretty good for a Croissant-heavy force or one relying on Flayed Ones or Destroyers. Enjoy your double-tap Gauss and Tesla now! Anrakyr gets this. On the other hand, if your enemy ever refuses a challenge, then you gain Hatred for the rest of the game, this trait also gives rerolling To Hit in challenges.

Just pray you're not on the same table as a CSM player, because he will strangle you for this. Pretty nice grab. This is a real cool take on a flyer meant for the fighting.

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Seriously, it allows you to move a Cryptek around the table. Rather than downloading a Lord or Overlord with a Res Orb for every squad expensive , you can zip in a Resurrection Scythe to a unit under heavy fire, and then to the next one next turn. Was better in 6th, but now mostly replaced by Decurion buffs, though it could be good for units which can't be joined by Crypteks in a combined arms detachment. It's the one thing your Lord should rely on unless you expect combat.

Kind of expensive, but could be somewhat useful if you're lacking Anti-Tank. Which you aren't because your most basic gun glances on a 6 anyways. Gauntlet of Fire - It's a flamer, and just a flamer not even the Heavy Flamer it used to be.

It's also kinda not worth it for 10 points. Though, now that the Gauntlet does not keep you from taking a Warscythe, it may be worth considering, especially on a Barge for flamer overwatch.

And it is after all the only flamer you can put onto your lord that you run along with your squad, if you feel the need to have a "special surprise" for those annoying tarpits that somehow get close to you. Heat Ray - The Triarch Stalker's chief weapon of doom, it's either a Heavy Flamer and it actually is Heavy 1 , or multimelta that shoots twice. Either way, trolltastic.

Gauss Weapons[ edit ] This type of weapon always glances on a 6 when rolling to pen and will instantly cause a wound on a 6 to-wound. So back in 5th ed, even your basic Warriors could cause weapon destroyed or immobilized results on ANY vehicle. Yes, even a Landraider or a Warlord Titan for that matter!

But then 6th came along and turned it up a notch. Due to the new hull points system, glancing hits strip off hps without rolling on the damage result table. But who cares!

This means a Landraider is down to half its life in one round of shooting from your basic troops at 24" range. For bonus points, Nemesor Zandrekh can sometimes give the unit tank hunter, so with Lady Luck on your side you will be one-shotting land raiders - but you'll need a nearby unit of enemy Tank Hunters to nab it from.

Gauss Flayer - The basic gun of the Warrior, it's a bolter that can glance tanks to death. Keep it on Immortals in most cases.

Remember, Decurions make them relentless, so this is a must keep whenever using one. Gauss Flayer Array - It's 5 Gauss Flayers slapped together, and it can fire at a different target from that of the rest of the vehicle's guns. It's a 36" lascannon basically. Particle Caster - S6 AP5 pistol. Tesla Weapons[ edit ] Where the Gauss is loved for its potential in devastating tough enemies, the Tesla is loved for its ability to lay down lots of hurt.

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See, the Tesla rule grants a 6 to-hit two additional hits so long as it's not a Snap Shot. This means that a good roll can lead to a squad of Guardsmen being easily eradicated or a mob of Gaunts being chopped in half without thinking.

The issue is that all Tesla Weapons are AP-, meaning you trade quality of shooting for quantity. Fun fact: at BS4 aka almost all Necrons you average one hit for every shot you fire. Yep, 5 Immortals firing tesla expect to get 5 hits. Ok, here's how it goes - 6 Immortals will roll 6 dice which on average means 2 misses, 4 hits and 1 of those hits generates 2 additional hits for a total of 6 which averages out to 1 hit per shot originally fired.

Sometimes you won't get any exploding shots but the average over a lot of shots is one hit per shot originally fired. This is the tool of Immortals who like staying still, or assaulting without being in a Decurion.

Tesla Sphere - A Tesla Destructor with a bonus shot. That's it. This is the only reason Flayed Ones aren't entirely shit apart from their profile, and their rules. Hyperphase Sword - It's a power sword. That doesn't make it dreadful and it might be a reasonable choice if you are in a small game and want to save point while still making your lord dangerous to MEQ, but there are much better weapons available. It's useful against GEQ but really the only argument in its favour is that it's cheap.

Much like the Hyperphase Sword this suffers from a crippling lack of being a warscythe. Warscythe - Now we're talking. This is absolutely your default go to weapon in almost all circumstances. Anything that you move into base contact with will be cut to ribbons as long as the Overlord survives until his own initiative step.

It's both powerful and versatile, ensuring that your Lord can chow down on whatever is thrown at him. It's a Swiss army knife able to handle any challenge from dreadnoughts to terminators. Cryptek's unit Only. Look at this very carefully, it buffs your whole unit. It's not quite a Kustom Force Field, but a blob of Warriors or Immortals or Warscythe-Lychguard if you're feeling gutsy can make great use of this.

Sadly, you can no longer troll them with having shots bounce back. Gloom Prism - Gives allies within 12" AW. Pretty much the only way you can deny any psychic fuckery since your C'Tan aren't Psykers. Mindshackle Scarabs - No longer the glorious trolltastic power it once was, to the outrage of many a cheesemongering neckbeard. Now, it confers Fear in challenges which the opponent must test for on a 3D6.

Sadly, all the Loyalist Marines can resist this without rolling. And Daemons, and Tyranids in Synapse range, and pretty much anyone else that'll actually charge you.

Weirdly enough, the Fear your character gains applies to all enemy units in combat, not just the dude you've challenged. Still not worth it, but it can sometimes give your lychguard or wraiths the upper hand.

The days of Invul spamming Catacombs are over, even if the 25 point price tag didn't scare you. Unlike the Phase Shifter, this will work with the Catacomb, so now you have a regenerating ride. Resurrection Orb - A much-loved take, this now allows your Lord and his unit to re-roll all failed Reanimation rolls for a single phase of the game.

For 25 points, it's now slightly less of an auto-take, but still capable of earning its points back with one good phase. Elite choices: Most of these are on the lower end of mediocre, but there are a few exceptions and niche uses for them.

Lychguard are alright in larger games when you have a combat Overlord who needs an escort Trazyn, Obyron, and Anrakyr are good for this and as tempting as the Warscythes are, the Sword and Shield is usually the better call.

Triarch Praetorians are terrible, and you should avoid them. Usually, but they can give you some needed mobility in mid point matches!

Ditto for Flayed Ones. C'tan also suck, but are fluffy and can be entertaining if you want to try out a Tremor-Crons list.

The Triarch Stalker is a model you'll either love or hate. It's twin-linking is useful, but only you can decide if it's worth the points. It IS worth the points, but usually a 1 Target. Heavy Support choices: Monolith is tough, but not recommended for low point games. They cost a lot but can do a lot, too. If you absolutely need it, take only 1 for now. Spyders are decent in close combat, but they're best served in a support capacity. Good for both repairing your vehicles and spawning more Scarabs.

Doomsday Arks are powerful, but fickle. Doom Scythes have the strongest weapon the Necrons have at their disposal, but are also the biggest target. If you absolutely have to take it, take two. The Annihilation Barge is one of the best units in the codex. Spam them, if you can.

Fast attack choices: Arguably the best section in the codex. Scarabs are shit at destroying vehicles, although they will come for free basically with your Warriors. Wraiths are realistically the best combat unit Necrons have. Take them if you have the points, or if you want a threatening counter-assault or deep-strike melee threat.

Field them if you want.

They are the only Necron unit that can cheaply ignore covers. It's hard to know what to take and what to leave from this section. Unless you're going with scarabs and spyders, pick your Fast Attack slots to cover and complement your other choices, not the other way around. Catacomb Command Barge is considered one of the greatest vehicles in the game.

No exaggeration. If you've got an HQ with a Warscythe, get him on one of these. You will not be sorry. Ghost Arks are great, but are for Warriors and Characters only.

Keep in mind they can only fit 10 models inside, too. They can only be added to warriors - min. So if you don't want to waste turns entering it, no way to get a stronger squad with a character inside.

They're nice support if you're fielding lots of Warriors. The Night Scythe is for everything else. Move them flat out 3 feet into the enemy and unleash 10 Immortals with a barrage of fire. Of course, they will have to fire Snap Shots unless you move less than 24". Want to get some extra units from the bitz of your battleforce? Build the immortals and then take the pieces of the deathmarks, get some greenstuff, thin wire, and 5 lollipops, eat your candy and keep the sticks, use one as a backbone to paste the deathmark back and head, then with some green stuff sculpt the chest of the deathmark try to use a card for the rib marks , since this is going to get covered by the deathmark's rifle it doesn't have to look perfect, just enough to look decent alternatively you can use plasticine and then cover it with a bit of varnish for extra hardness , paste the arms and rifle, then use 2 wires to add some detail in the back of the deathmark and the lower backbone, finally with some additional green stuff make a simple whirlwind and put the deathmark over it, now you got a deathmark phasing out of hyperspace!

If you did well this means from now on you will always get 5 elites along and 5 troops from your battleforce or immortal set box!

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Start out anywhere between pts to pts. The choices above are just to get you used to the shooting and assaulting potential of the army.

So take the HQ and Troops first. Also, if you're going to take a Royal Court, make sure you know what role would best suit your units. The Court is going to support whatever strategy you form as you learn the army. Pylons are probably the single most rapetastic unit to ever grace apocalypse. They're very durable for points at AV14 6 HP, they can deep strike with the worst possible outcome as losing a single HP, they can reach across the board with a ridiculous " range strength D main gun that does not care about any saves, aircraft are no safer against it than anything else, and if anything gets even moderately close to it, it can unleash an unholy amount of flux arc shots at absolutely every enemy near it.

Here are some instructions on how to build the things for stupid cheap if your group lets you scratch-build stuff. Site is dead. Use the old FW rules or just the IA12 set.

The new pylon is a variant.

With new rules comes new dickery. Necrons have become substantially better in new Apocalypse with the addition of Transcendent C'tan. They get an Str D hellstorm and 12" 18 if u splurge for more move. Necrons can also force night fighting, which means enemies are limited to 36" range.

That means that anything The real benefit though comes from the shield generator - run 4 side by side and hide them with a shield. As soon as possible, run them into combat then retreat everything else the fuck away. Essentially, you use them as suicide bombers - rush to the enemy as they can't ignore the Str D, then watch it blow up a ton of shit because it died.

That's right, this is a shooty combat unit that punishes your enemy for killing them.

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Did I mention the models are really small too as small as a normal C'tan model so you can just hide them too?Ok, they are not that utterly bad, just mediocre, particularly when compared with everything else in the codex. Charnel Lychguards are a nice upgrade, and most of the times you would have taken only one unit anyway. It's not quite a Kustom Force Field, but a blob of Warriors or Immortals or Warscythe-Lychguard if you're feeling gutsy can make great use of this.

Frankenstein, except an undead spider robot. Pylons are probably the single most rapetastic unit to ever grace apocalypse. Through it chaos of recent years.