by Kenton Kilgore
The latest (but certainly not last) version of Codex: Space Marines is here, the previous one having arrived only two years ago, with the advent of 8th Edition. As I’m a SM player since 1987, I thought I’d take a look and share my thoughts on the new book with you.
I won’t go over everything (at almost 200 pages, it’s 4 times larger than the 3rd Edition version issued in 1998), just the stuff that jumped out me. Sound good? Let’s do this!
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For almost 20 years, my family and I have been good friends with our neighbors across the street, the Becker’s. Our kids are close in age, and have grown up together like siblings. The two “Becker Boys”—Nathan (19) and Dylan (18)—are ardent video gamers, but haven’t been interested in 40K, despite knowing for years that I play.
“Haven’t been interested,” that is, until Nate went off to college, found some friends who are into it, and came back home raving to his little brother about how cool it is. So, this summer, I taught them the rules, gave them tips on collecting and painting, and helped them acquire their very own armies.
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