Tuesday, 4 December 2012

SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW: Warhammer 40K: The Infantryman's Handbook - Graham McNeill and Matthew Ralphs

Release Date: 22/11/12


You there, soldier! Don't know a las-cutter from a lascannon? Not sure which prayer to the God-Emperor will protect you from enemy artillery fire? Need to know how to survive an explosive decompression on your drop ship, or set up a crossfire ambush in a death world jungle? Better consult the handbook. The Munitorum adepts give us these things for a reason, you know...

Collected for the first time in a single kitbag volume, the Imperial Infantryman's Uplifting Primer and the Imperial Munitorum Manual provide a wealth of background on the history, tactics and ethos of the Imperial Guard.


If you’re a fan of the Warhammer 40k Universe Grunt Troops (yes the Imperial Guards) then this is an absolute must own title to help you not only get to grips with your troopers but also to grasp the knowledge of the Imperium as handed down to every soldier in their own personal Handbook.

Its definitely something quirky, has something for all fans of the guards and when backed with not only tactics but the Emperor’s Litanies to safeguard against not only the Xeno’s Threat but also that posed by the Ruinous Powers generates something that’s a lot of fun to go through. Finally throw into the mix a whole set of instructions for their equipment and all round this is a must own for all 40K fans.

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