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Faction Focus: Harlequins

Here we have the Harlequin faction focus article for 9th ed 40k, courtesy of the Warhammer-community team. (more…)

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Piling Out of the Clown Car

Well, well, well. The Harlequins got some new rules. And they’re absurdly good. (more…)

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Psychic Awakening Harlequin Review

Welcome back to another Harlequins article by Cameron Piniero, aka Sexy Mexi- guest writer on Art of War! We’ve recently been blessed with a significant update via the recent White Dwarf giving Harlequins a much-needed boost to their playstyles and choices! While not a full book like Blood of the Phoenix, I’d argue that this […]

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The Clowns Get Some Backup: Eldar Soup Featuring Harlequins!

Here is a list I’ve worked up during my time indoors. It brings together some of the greatest Craftworld units and adds a Harlequin Twist! (more…)

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The Clowns Are In Town

Hey, you cool cats and kittens, this week I’m talking about some slick lil’ clown people! (more…)

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21st Century Digital Boy: Eldar Style

With the state of the world as it is, there isn’t a lot of opportunity to play real live 40k, obviously. So we are left with virtual options. (more…)

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Your 40k Horoscope Returns

Seeking answers? (more…)

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Aeldari Blades- Balancing Combat/Shooting for Aeldari

Psychic Awakening has given some key Asuryani units new life creating clutch combos with other Aeldari options. When combined with the brutal Aeldari long range shooting options a truly deadly balanced list can be achieved. (more…)

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Aeldari GT Report: Game 5

For the final game of the Crucible GT I squared off against a good buddy! (more…)

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40k GT Report: Game 4

Hey everybody, Conor here. For game three of the Crucible GT I was up against a familiar adversary—The Castellan. (more…)

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