The Armies of Warhammer 40,000

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Warhammer was first released in 1986 which is intended to be a tabletop game and it has become so popular with role playing games enthusiast. Recently Games Workshop releases Warhammer 40,000 also known "Warhammer 40k". The game portrays the battle between the armies of fictional universe of the 41st millennium, the game is consists of 28mm scale miniature figurines that represent to futuristic soldiers, creatures and war vehicles. These miniatures can are produced by Games Workshop and are available at online stores such as Wayland Games. Because this is not a cheap hobby, you need to spend hundreds of cash on your model, paints and accessories to start the game. And there are varieties of Warhammer Armies to choose from.

Imperial Guards are the ground forces itself characterised by being able from fielding a battalion of lightly-armored, common infantry in combination of some of the gristliest and most powerful tanks in the game. In the game, the Imperial Guard is a prodigious military organization comprising of numerous of men and women from millions of different universe and organisations within the Imperium of Man. These men are more likely our modern military.

Space Marines also known as the Adeptus Astartes and by the sobriquet "Angels of Death". They are selected soldiers, especially chosen for instinctive power, and have their born favorable position enhanced boost by a combination of comprehensive training, intellectual conditioning and genetic modification. Their commitment and staunchness are products of their favorable position and trainings.

Chaos Space Marines are the nine of twenty original "first founding" Legions of Space Marines who battled in the Great Crusade for Imperium of Man. Chaos Marines are also almost immortal, whereby their millenia of experience gave them degrees of domination with advanced battlefield skills and tactics that younger Space Marines may not yet possess.

Daemonhaunters also known as the Ordo Malleus, it is their mission to destroy the physical manifestation of Chaos Daemons. They are like Witch Hunters with Space Marines attributes.
Chaos Daemons are from the ambiguous world in the Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer universe known as The Warp. They are the Servants of the four gods of chaos.

Witch Hunters consists of several separate factions within the Imperium, but are characterized primarily by Inquisitors of the Ordo Hereticus and the Battle Sisters of the Adepta Sororitas. The goals of these two organizations, as well as any allied or inducted forces of other Imperial factions, is to root out, mutation, heresy, unsanctioned (or rogue) psykers, and any other blasphemy or crime against the Emperor or the Imperium. Basically they are spiritual zealots with weapons.

Eldar are race of small humanoids and one of the most old and advance races in the world history. Their armies normally have the loot of speed and technology .

Dark Eldar are similar to the Eldar, the Dark Eldar delight in piracy, captivity and agony, and are sadistic in the intense. Dark Eldar armies make the best of various anti-gravity skimmers such as Raiders and Ravagers to establish fast attacks.

Necrons are a incomprehensible machinelike race that have dwelt inactive and mostly unknown by the other races of the universe for sixty million years, and are reappearing in the distant future of the Warhammer 40,000 universe. The Necrons have become known and feared for their power to assimilate physical punishment, as well as their ambiguous, yet powerful, weapons and technology. Necrons are the most technologically sophisticated race in the Warhammer 40,000 universe and they are created from living metal.

Tay has advanced rapidly since their first encounter with the Imperium of Man in the 35th millennium. Arising from a hunter-gatherer degree of technology to a starfaring race in less than six thousand years, their society has also advanced apace, from war-ridden tribes to a coordinated caste system working towards mutual goals, known by the Tau as Tau'va, The Greater Good

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