Imperial Armour 2: War Machines of the Adeptus Astartes is now available in limited quantities on the Forgeworld Site. The book will have a general release in "early 2014", which does not even guarantee January. So if you are contemplating this book, now would be a good time to get it, which may be more than a month early from everyone else.
With all the rumors of Forgeworld becoming more mainstream this coming year, and of course being 40k legal (short of some tournaments), Imperial Armour 2 is a good product to have to enhance your Space Marine collection, or if you are like me, your Inquisition Forces.
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Imperial Armour Volume Two – Second Edition: War Machines of the Adeptus Astartes is a 256 page full colour hardback book which provides you with rules to use the large range of Forge World Space Marine armoured vehicles, flyers and artillery in your games of Warhammer 40,000.
Included within this brand new edition are profiles and rules for over 30 vehicles, from specialised variants of the mighty Land Raider to the heavily armed Thunderhawk Gunship, alongside extensive background material on the war machines of the Space Marines, their tactics and manufacture. The book includes Legacies of Glory, special upgrades that mark your vehicle as a truly ancient and honoured veteran of the wars that heralded the Age of the Imperium, rules for relic vehicles such as the Sicaran Battle Tank, and the vehicles used by the zealous Battle Sisters of the Adepta Sororitas, as well as those seconded to the service of the agents of the dreaded Inquisition.
As I am typing this out, I am considering the book, as the price is not too bad for a Forgeworld book £50.00 . In fact there are a couple other deals that save you a considerable amount of money if you are looking as well to get IA 9 and 10 down the road. You can get a combo of IA 2 with 9 and 10 for £100.00, which is easily a £150.00 if you bought them individually.