Warhammer 40,000 Ed9: Command Edition set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop, 2020 - Wargame and miniature set reviewimage © Games Workshop

Article updated: 2020.08.19

The Command Edition set is a wargame base set for the Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 system from Games Workshop. The Warhammer 40K 9th edition Command Edition box was first produced in 2020. This starter set contains a small force of Necrons and Primaris Space Marines for WH40K.

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Details - Command Edition set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop

Miniature set: Warhammer 40,000 Ed9: Command Edition set, Product type: Game base set, Company: Games Workshop company, Production: pre-order: 2020.08.08-, release: 2020.08.15

Product name: Warhammer 40,000 Command Edition; German: Befehlshaber-Edition, Product Code: GW-60010199034, System: Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 system (Warhammer 40,000), Range: Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 range (Warhammer 40,000) / ImperiumAdeptus Astartes (Space Marines)Primaris Space Marines (Futuristic fantasy), Series: Warhammer 40,000 universe, Company: Games Workshop company, Production: pre-order: 2020.08.08-, release: 2020.08.15

Miniatures
Species:
Necron (humanoid robot), Primaris Space Marine (Human - Modified human), Scale: 1:56 (28mm / 32mm), Proportions: ?, Size: various, Material: High Impact Polystyrene (HIPS): gray (plastic - Polystyrene), Priming: Primer is not necessary
Assembly: Multi-piece - Integrated connector: Tight fit peg, On sprue, Needs cutting, probably Needs glue, Needs assembly, Posing: probably Medium, Paintjob: Unpainted, Base: No base, hexagonal peg, Conceptual design: ?, 3D sculptor: ?

Warhammer 40,000 Ed9: Command Edition set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop, 2020 - Wargame and miniature set reviewimage © Games Workshop

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Contents - Command Edition set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop

Warhammer 40,000 Ed9: Command Edition set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop, 2020 - Wargame and miniature set reviewimage © Games Workshop

Miniatures

27 multi-part plastic Citadel Miniatures are included in the WH40K Command Edition boxed set. They are snap-fit minis, assembly is possible without glue. The models are inserted into the plastic bases through hexagonal slots.

Futuristic warrior in full armour in 1/64 scale - Primaris Space Marine Captain #4 in Mk10 Tacticus armour with Iron Halo, with power sword and storm shield, carrying heavy bolt pistol from Indomitus set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop, 2020 - Miniature figure reviewimage © Games Workshop
1x Primaris Space Marine Captain #4 build #1 in Mk10 Tacticus armour with Iron Halo, with power sword and storm shield, carrying heavy bolt pistol

 

Futuristic warrior in full armour in 1/64 scale - Assault Intercessor Sergeant #1 build #1 in Mk10 Tacticus armour without helmet, with plasma pistol and Astartes chainsword from Indomitus set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop, 2020 - Miniature figure reviewimage © Games Workshop Futuristic warrior in full armour in 1/64 scale - Assault Intercessor #1 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol and Astartes chainsword from Indomitus set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop, 2020 - Miniature figure reviewimage © Games Workshop Futuristic warrior in full armour in 1/64 scale - Assault Intercessor #2 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol and Astartes chainsword from Indomitus set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop, 2020 - Miniature figure reviewimage © Games Workshop
0-1x Assault Intercessor Sergeant #1 build #1 in Mk10 Tacticus armour without helmet, with plasma pistol and Astartes chainsword 0-1x Assault Intercessor #1 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol, carrying Astartes chainsword 1x Assault Intercessor #2 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol and Astartes chainsword

 

Futuristic warrior in full armour in 1/64 scale - Assault Intercessor #3 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol and Astartes chainsword from Indomitus set from Indomitus set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop, 2020 - Miniature figure reviewimage © Games Workshop Futuristic warrior in full armour in 1/64 scale - Assault Intercessor #4 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol and Astartes chainsword from Indomitus set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop, 2020 - Miniature figure reviewimage © Games Workshop Futuristic warrior in full armour in 1/64 scale - Assault Intercessor #5 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol and Astartes chainsword from Indomitus set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop, 2020 - Miniature figure reviewimage © Games Workshop
1x Assault Intercessor #3 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol and Astartes chainsword 1x Assault Intercessor #4 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol and Astartes chainsword 1x Assault Intercessor #5 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol and Astartes chainsword

 

Futuristic warrior in full armour on motorcycle in 1/64 scale - Outrider Sergeant #1 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol, riding Raider-pattern bike from Indomitus set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop, 2020 - Mounted miniature figure & vehicle reviewimage © Games Workshop Futuristic warrior in full armour on motorcycle in 1/64 scale - Outrider #1 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with Astartes chainsword, riding Raider-pattern combat bike from Indomitus set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop, 2020 - Mounted miniature figure & vehicle reviewimage © Games Workshop Futuristic warrior in full armour on motorcycle in 1/64 scale - Outrider #2 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with Astartes chainsword, riding Raider-pattern combat bike from Indomitus set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop, 2020 - Mounted miniature figure & vehicle reviewimage © Games Workshop
1x Outrider Sergeant #1 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol, carrying Astartes chainsword, riding Raider-pattern combat bike with twin bolt rifle 1x Outrider #1 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with Astartes chainsword, carrying heavy bolt pistol, riding Raider-pattern combat bike with twin bolt rifle 1x Outrider #2 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with Astartes chainsword, carrying heavy bolt pistol, riding Raider-pattern combat bike with twin bolt rifle

 

WH40K: Imperium miniatures

1x Primaris Space Marine Captain #4 kit

5x Assault Intercessors (1x Assault Intercessor sprue)

1x Assault Intercessor #1 kit:

Assault Intercessor Sergeant #1 build #1 in Mk10 Tacticus armour without helmet, with plasma pistol and Astartes chainsword

Assault Intercessor Sergeant #1 build #2 in Mk10 Tacticus armour without helmet, with heavy bolt pistol, carrying Astartes chainsword

Assault Intercessor Sergeant #1 build #3 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with plasma pistol and Astartes chainsword

Assault Intercessor Sergeant #1 build #4 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol, carrying Astartes chainsword

Assault Intercessor #1 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol, carrying Astartes chainsword

1x Assault Intercessor #2 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol and Astartes chainsword

1x Assault Intercessor #3 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol and Astartes chainsword

1x Assault Intercessor #4 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol and Astartes chainsword

1x Assault Intercessor #5 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol and Astartes chainsword

3x Outriders(1x Outrider sprue)

1x Outrider #1 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with Astartes chainsword, carrying heavy bolt pistol, riding Raider-pattern combat bike with twin bolt rifle

1x Outrider #2 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with Astartes chainsword, carrying heavy bolt pistol, riding Raider-pattern combat bike with twin bolt rifle

1x Outrider Sergeant #1 in Mk10 Tacticus armour, with heavy bolt pistol, carrying Astartes chainsword, riding Raider-pattern combat bike with twin bolt rifle

WH40K: Necron miniatures

1x Overlord with hyperphase glaive and a tachyon arrow

3x Skorpekh Destroyers

1x Skorpekh Destroyer #1 with hyperphase reap-blade

1x Skorpekh Destroyer #2 with hyperphase threshers

1x Skorpekh Destroyer #3 with hyperphase threshers

1x Plasmacyte

3x Canoptek Scarab Swarms

1x Canoptek Scarab Swarm #1

1x Canoptek Scarab Swarm #2

1x Canoptek Scarab Swarm #3

10x Necron Warriors (2x Necron Warrior sprue): all of them can be armed with either gauss flayer or gauss reaper, some have interchangable heads

1x Necron Warrior #1 with gauss flayer / gauss reaper

1x Necron Warrior #2 with gauss flayer / gauss reaper

1x Necron Warrior #3 with gauss flayer / gauss reaper

1x Necron Warrior #4 with gauss flayer / gauss reaper

1x Necron Warrior #5 with gauss flayer / gauss reaper

1x Necron Warrior #6 with gauss flayer / gauss reaper

1x Necron Warrior #7 with gauss flayer / gauss reaper

1x Necron Warrior #8 with gauss flayer / gauss reaper

1x Necron Warrior #9 with gauss flayer / gauss reaper

1x Necron Warrior #10 with gauss flayer / gauss reaper

Sprues

1x Indomitus sprue A: Primaris Assault Intercessor sprue (5 Assault Intercessor)

1x Indomitus sprue B: Necron Warrior Sprues: 10 Necron Warriors, 3 Scarab Swarm

1x Indomitus sprue D: Character sprue #1: Primaris Captain, Necron Overlord

1x Indomitus sprue E: Primaris Outrider sprue

1x Indomitus sprue F: Necron Skorpekh Destroyers, Plasmacyte

1x Command Edition Battlefield - Pipes sprue

1x Command Edition Battlefield - Ruins sprue #1

1x Command Edition Battlefield - Ruins sprue #2

1x Command Edition Battlefield - Thermo-exchanger Shrine sprue

Bases

1x round plastic base, black, with 1 hexagonal slot (28mm): Necron: Canoptek Plasmacyte

15x round plastic base, black, with 2 hexagonal slots (32mm): Primaris Marines: Intercessors, Necron: Necron Warriors

5x round plastic base, black, with 2 hexagonal slots (40mm): Primaris Marines: Captain, Necron: Canoptek Scarab Swarms, Overlord

3x round plastic base, black, with 2 hexagonal slots (50mm): Necron: Skorpekh Destroyers

3x oval plastic base, black, with 2 hexagonal slots (90x50mm): Primaris Marines: Outriders

Miniatures - Scenery

1x Cardboard mat, matte, double sided, 22.4" x 30" foldable, folded in two

Side A) Manufactorum Battlefield: industrial zone pattern

Side B) Manufactorum Battlefield: wasteland pattern with remains of Space Marines and Necrons (with scenario markings)

12x scenery (1x Command Edition Battlefield Expansion kit)

1x Thermo-exchanger Shrine (damaged)

4x ruins

7x fuel pipes (damaged)

1x Command Edition pipe: straight pipe, with connectors at the ends

1x Command Edition T-junction pipe: straight pipe, with connectors at the ends, and T-junction connector

1x Command Edition downward pipe: straight pipe with one connector at the end, the other end leads downward

1x Command Edition broken pipe #1: straight pipe with one connector at the end, the other end is broken

1x Command Edition broken pipe #2: straight pipe with one connector at the end, the other end is broken

1x 1x Command Edition curved pipe: curved pipe with connectors at the ends

1x Command Edition pipe machinery: machinery with connectors on two sides

Transfers

1x Space Marine Transfer Sheet: including iconography for: Ultramarines, Blood Angles, Dark Angels, Space Wolves (GW 99510101017)

Books

1x Command Manual (80 page)

  • Core rules
  • Assembly guide for the miniatures
  • 5 Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 Starter Set missions: First Contact, Against the Swarm (with Primaris Captain), Agents of Annihilation (with fuel pipes scenery), Rapid Engagement (with ruins scenery), Counter-attack (with Elite/Command Edition units, Thermo-exchanger Shrine, and ruins scenery), Final Confrontation (with ruins scenery and pipes)
  • 1 mission: Hold the Centre (with ruins scenery)

1x Warhammer 40,000: The Rules book (A5 size, 184 page): includes everything from the Indomitus Rulebook, except the setting information

2x Datasheet

1x Primaris Datasheet: Primaris Captain, Assault Intercessor Squad, Outrider Squad

1x Necron Datasheet: Overlord, Skorpekh Destroyers, Necron Warriors, Canoptek Scarab Swarms

Accessories

10x d6 dice

2x 12" range ruler, transparent

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Review - Command Edition set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop

The package is similar to the Warhammer 40,000 Ed9: Elite Edition set, but twice as wide. Another difference is that the inside tray is not a printed scenery. (Which is an oversight by my opinion.)

The rulebook is A5 sized, similar to the older style 40K starter set rulebooks.

The package

The other starter sets for 9th edition of Warhammer 40K include a printed Archaovault terrain piece as the inside tray for the box. However, the inside tray in the Command Edition has printed art about sculptures on it, that could be used as a vertical terrain piece with some imagination. For example, it could be the wall of a crypt.

The game board

The game board included in the WH40K Command Edition boxed set has the same pattern, with the same scenario markings as the shiny paper mat that comes in the WH40K Recruit Edition and WH40K Elite Edition. It's half the size compared to the recommended gaming area size for the smallest game. It works okay with the beginner scenarios provided in the manual for the boxed set, but you'll need two gaming mats for a Combat Patrol / Incursion sized game, four gaming mats for a Strike Force sized game, and eight gaming mats for an Onslaught sized game.

The game board has the similar style background artwork as the one in the Command Edition Battlefield Expansion Set, but it's not the same, and the two sets compliment each other. The board in the expansion is folded in four, while this one is folded in three. Also, the one in the Command Edition set comes with scenario markings. I would have preferred if they just included the paper mat with the scenario markings, and print the cardboard version without them. The advertisement is misleading on this part, as they show the boards without the markings. If you have the Command Edition, the Command Edition Battlefield Expansion Set provides you with the right amount of scenery, and the right size for the minimum game size for the 9th Edition of 40K.

(The advertisement for the Battlefield Expansion Set is also misleading, because it shows both the Command Edition board and the Expansion Set board, while you only get the latter in that box.)

The scenery

The Command Edition pipes are a couple of millimeters thinner than the previous Sector Mechanicus pipes. The Sector Mechanicus pipes still fit into the pipe connectors on the Command Edition buildings. The bottoms of the pipe supports and the machinery piece is open, as they are designed to be used on the ground that covers that opening, but it's easy to cover it with a piece of card if you are bothered by that. (I'd probably do that to allow more versatile use.) The backside of the machinery has a circular motif, probably allowing you to connect another pipe to that part.

The straight pieces are 13 cms long. The downward piece is 14 cms long. The broken pipes are 7 cms long. The machinery is 6 cms long. The pipes are ca. 3 cms wide.

The Command Edition buildings are push-fit models, with integrated connectors that hold the pieces together without the need for glue. They are really well designed scenery pieces, and I think they should be used as a template for other terrain pieces as well.

The undersides of the horizontal floor pieces are undetailed. I feel this is unfortunate, and slightly limits the use of the scenery. I would have preferred even a totally flat side compared to those blobs we got. It's also strange, because the vertical pieces all fully detailed, even the upper parts of the inside walls, that are probably just as much visible as the undersides.

They have the same level signs at probably 2" (50mm) heights as the Sector Mechanicus buildings. However, Command Edition buildings have the floors on the second increment, while the Sector Mechanicus buildings have the floors on the third. This makes a 1 level Sector Mechanicus building 2" taller.

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Resources - Command Edition set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop

Games Workshop: Warhammer 40,000 Command Edition: Official webpage of the WH40K 9th edition starter set.

Preview

 

Contents overview

Base Coat: Warhammer 40000 Command Edition unboxing: Contents overview video about the Warhammer 40K Command Edition box.§

Chris Murray: Warhammer 40k Command Edition Starter set: Contents overview video about the WH40K 9th edition Command Edition starter box.

Duke's Paint Art: Command Edition Starter Box The New 40K 9th Edition UNBOXING: Contents overview video about the German edition of the WH40K Command Edition box.

Gamer dave J: Warhammer 40k command edition starter set unboxing: Contents overview video about the WH40K Command Edition box.

Jonny B & The Restless Kaiser (for Modelling for Advantage): Warhammer 40k Command edition: Start here unboxing & review - 9th edition starter set.: Contents overview video about the WH40K 9th edition Command Edition starter box. It includes a comparison of the Command scenery to Sector Mechanicus scenery, and there's a showcase of the painted models in the Command Edition at the end of the video.

Naomi (for Sword 'n' Steele): Command Edition 9th Ed Warhammer 40K Starter with Terrain!: Contents overview video about the Warhammer 40K Command Edition boxed set. Includes comparison of the contents of the Elite Manual and Command Manual.

Nights at the Game Table: Command Edition Starter Box for Warhammer 40k 9th Edition Unboxing: Contents overview video about the WH40K Command Edition game.

NornQueenAlexis: Warhammer 40k Command Edition Starter UNBOXING: Contents overview video about the WH40K Command Edition boxed set.§

Rob Baer (for Spikey Bits): Pass or Fail: Command Starter 9th Edition 40k Unboxing & Build: Contents overview video about the WH40K Command Edition box.§

Winter Disco Tabletop Gaming: Warhammer 40k Command Edition unboxing: Better than Dark Imperium?: Contents overview video about the WH40K Command Edition boxed set.

Contents overview - German

Imothek Sturmherr: Lassealks Unboxing - Warhammer 40k Starterbox - Befehlshaber Edition (in German): Contents overview video about the German edition of the Warhammer 40K Command Edition boxed set, in German.

TablePott TV: #135 - TablePott Warlords - Warhammer 40k 9. Edition - Befehlshaber Starterbox Unboxing & Projekte (in German): Contents overview video about the German edition of the WH40K Command Edition box, in German.

Tabletop TV: Befehlshaber Edition Warhammer 40K Starter Set Unboxing, was taugt das grösste Starter Set? (in German): Contents overview video about the German edition of the Warhammer 40K Command Edition box, in German.

Miniatures

Miniature Wargaming Labs: Product Review: Warhammer 40K Indomitus vs the Starter Boxes: Video, comparing the number of models in the Warhammer 40,000 Ed9: Indomitus set, Warhammer 40,000 Ed9: Command Edition set & Warhammer 40,000 Ed9: Elite Edition set, and the Warhammer 40,000 Ed9: Recruit Edition set.

Miniatures - Scenery: Command Edition Battlefield

Base Coat: Warhammer 40000 Command Edition Terrain: Painting tutorial video about the Warhammer 40K Command Edition Battlefield scenery.§

Mighty Lancer Games: Unboxing of Warhammer 40k Battlefield Expansion Command Edition & compare the gaming boards.: Contents overview video about the Command Edition Battlefield scenery. Includes a comparison of the Battlefield Expansion game board and the Command Edition Starter Set game board. Also includes a size comparison of a Primaris Space Marine model to the scenery pieces in the box.

Mighty Lancer Games: Painting Warhammer 40k Battlefield Expansion Command Edition terrain ] Drybrushing tabletop terrain: Painting guide video about the WH40K 9th edition Command Edition Battlefield scenery.

Naomi (for Sword 'n' Steele): Battlefield Expansion Kit for Command Edition - Terrain & Board for Warhammer 40,000: Contents overview video about the Warhammer 40K Command Edition Battlefield scenery.

Nick Bayton (for Warhammer): How to Paint: Warhammer 40,000 Command Edition Terrain: Painting guide video to paint the WH40K Command Edition battlefield in a colour scheme that is shown on GW photos.

Sup3rSaiy3n: Command Edition Battlefield Expansion Set - Unboxing (WH40K): Contents overview video about the Command Edition Battlefield scenery.

Winter Disco Tabletop Gaming: How to build the new 40k pipes from Command Edition: Assembly tutorial video about the pipes in the WH40K Command Edition boxed set.

Winter Disco Tabletop Gaming: How to build the new 40k Ruins from Command Edition: Assembly tutorial video about the ruins in the WH40K Command Edition boxed set.

Winter Disco Tabletop Gaming: How to build the new 40k Thermo Exchanger Shrine from Command Edition: Assembly tutorial video about the ruins in the Command Edition starter for Warhammer 40K.

Reviews

: Playtest review article.

 

Rulebook

 

Rules

Christine C (for Games @ Pi): Let’s Learn How to Play Warhammer 40k! – Part 1: Gameplay article, includes rules overview.

Christine C (for Games @ Pi): Let’s Learn How to Play Warhammer 40k! – Part 2: Gameplay article, includes rules overview.

Christine C (for Games @ Pi): Let’s Learn How to Play Warhammer 40k! – Part 3 End: Gameplay article, includes rules overview.

Jason and Naomi (for Sword 'n' Steele): Basic Rules 9th Edition - Moving & Shooting: Gameplay video, includes rules overview.

Jason and Naomi (for Sword 'n' Steele): Basic Rules 9th Edition: Charging & Melee Combat: Gameplay video, includes rules overview.

Jonny B & The Restless Kaiser (for Modelling for Advantage): Learn to play Warhammer 40k 9th edition - Recruit edition mission #1 - First Contact: Gameplay video, includes rules overview.

Jonny B & The Restless Kaiser (for Modelling for Advantage): Learn to play Warhammer 40k 9th edition - Recruit edition: mission #2 - Against the swarm: Gameplay video, includes rules overview.

Jonny B & The Restless Kaiser (for Modelling for Advantage): Learn to play Warhammer 40k 9th edition - Recruit edition: mission #3 - Surrounded!: Gameplay video, includes rules overview.

Jonny B & The Restless Kaiser (for Modelling for Advantage): Learn to play Warhammer 40k 9th edition - Recruit edition mission #4 - Counter-Attack: Gameplay video, includes rules overview.

Gameplay - Elite Edition set

Christine C (for Games @ Pi): Let’s Learn How to Play Warhammer 40k! – Part 1: Gameplay article, includes rules overview. Forces: Imperium - Primaris Space Marines vs Necrons. Points: ? Power (3 Assault Intercessors vs 5 Necron Warriors). Mission: Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 Starter Set: First Contact.

Christine C (for Games @ Pi): Let’s Learn How to Play Warhammer 40k! – Part 2: Gameplay article, includes rules overview. Forces: Imperium - Primaris Space Marines vs Necrons. Points: ? Power (1 Primaris Lieutenant vs 3 Canoptek Scarab Swarms). Mission: Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 Starter Set: Against the Swarm (with Primaris Lieutenant).

Christine C (for Games @ Pi): Let’s Learn How to Play Warhammer 40k! – Part 3 End: Gameplay article, includes rules overview. Forces: Imperium - Primaris Space Marines vs Necrons. Points: ? Power (1 Primaris Lieutenant, 1 Assault Intercessor Sergeant, 4 Assault Intercessors vs 1 Royal Warden, 3 Canoptek Scarab Swarms, 10 Necron Warriors). Mission: Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 Starter Set: Counter-attack (with Primaris Lieutenant and Royal Warden)

Jason and Naomi (for Sword 'n' Steele): Basic Rules 9th Edition - Moving & Shooting: Gameplay video, includes rules overview. Forces: Imperium - Ultramarine Primaris Space Marines vs Necrons. Points: ? Power (3 Assault Intercessors vs 5 Necron Warriors). Mission: Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 Starter Set: First Contact.

Jason and Naomi (for Sword 'n' Steele): Basic Rules 9th Edition: Charging & Melee Combat: Gameplay video, includes rules overview. Forces: Imperium - Ultramarine Primaris Space Marines vs Necrons. Points: ? Power (1 Primaris Captain vs 3 Canoptek Scarab Swarms). Mission: Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 Starter Set: Against the Swarm (with Primaris Captain).

Jonny B & The Restless Kaiser (for Modelling for Advantage): Learn to play Warhammer 40k 9th edition - Recruit edition mission #1 - First Contact: Gameplay video, includes rules overview. Forces: Imperium - Primaris Space Marines vs Necrons. Points: ? Power (3 Assault Intercessors vs 5 Necron Warriors). Mission: Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 Starter Set: First Contact.

Jonny B & The Restless Kaiser (for Modelling for Advantage): Learn to play Warhammer 40k 9th edition - Recruit edition: mission #2 - Against the swarm: Gameplay video, includes rules overview. Forces: Imperium - Primaris Space Marines vs Necrons. Points: ? Power (1 Primaris Lieutenant vs 3 Canoptek Scarab Swarms). Mission: Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 Starter Set: Against the Swarm (with Primaris Lieutenant).

Jonny B & The Restless Kaiser (for Modelling for Advantage): Learn to play Warhammer 40k 9th edition - Recruit edition mission #4 - Counter-Attack: Gameplay video, includes rules overview. Forces: Imperium - Primaris Space Marines vs Necrons. Points: ? Power (1 Primaris Lieutenant, 1 Assault Intercessor Sergeant, 4 Assault Intercessors vs 1 Royal Warden, 3 Canoptek Scarab Swarms, 10 Necron Warriors). Mission: Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 Starter Set: Counter-attack (with Primaris Lieutenant and Royal Warden).

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Buying the product - Command Edition set for Warhammer 40,000 Ed9 from Games Workshop

Base price (Warhammer 40,000 Ed9: Command Edition set)(2020): 130 EUR / 105 GBP / 165 USD, Price per model: 3.3 EUR / 2.7 GBP / 4.2 USD

Games Workshop: Warhammer 40,000 Command Edition: Official webpage of the WH40K 9th edition starter set.

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Do you have the Command Edition miniature set for 9th edition Warhammer 40K from Games Workshop? How do you like it? Would you recommend it to others? What further uses can you come up with? Tell your opinion in the comments!

 

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