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History[ edit ] The publishing company takes its name from the fictional Black Library that appears in the setting of Warhammer 40, The Black Library was founded in April to publish Inferno! Their first art book, Inquis Exterminatus was published in May, In the summer of BL Publishing announced another fiction imprint, Solaris Books , that will publish original science fiction and fantasy.
Solaris Books has subsequently been sold to Rebellion who also own Abaddon Books. Background[ edit ] Short stories and other pieces of fiction were created for the White Dwarf magazine, for Warhammer 40, rulebooks and gaming guides, for other publications, such as the Citadel Journal, and for each of their official websites. Later, these evolved into larger novels and other works.
A series of Warhammer 40, comics were first created for the Games Workshop magazine, Warhammer Monthly as short background filler. In , the first miniature and game tie-in was released as a joint project of Warhammer Monthly and its publisher, the Black Library. While Warhammer Monthly was discontinued in although still listed at the Black Library website ,  there was a short lived continuation under the title Warhammer Comics.
However, with the discontinuation of these magazine projects, the Black Library still continues to produce graphic novels and collections that expand upon the fiction behind the tabletop game.
They are collaborated efforts between the authors of the Warhammer 40, game rules and the writers of the background. These works expand on the storylines, characters, armies, and organizations discussed in the Codexes. Combined with contributions to White Dwarf magazine of articles, stories, and rules, and miniature lines produced by both Games Workshop and Forge World , they expand upon the fictional world of the original Warhammer 40, game and its other companion games.
The column "Chapter Approved" of White Dwarf is a forum for collaborations between authors, model makers, and the rulemakers, allowing for the characters to have their own place amongst Warhammer 40, battles. Alongside of the Warhammer 40, game was a short-lived game called Warhammer Warriors. The system was created by Rick Priestley and based on the playing style of LostWorlds. Many of the characters released for the miniature game were given rules and a "gaming book" to be used in playing against others.
This series ended before many of the novels were published and production of cross-promotional books was discontinued. Many millennia has passed since then but the Imperium is still at war with the Chaos Space Marines , along with many new enemies.
They span the complete Warhammer 40, universe. Novels and short fiction line[ edit ] See also: List of Black Library novels The Inquisition Trilogies[ edit ] Dan Abnett began a series of trilogies involving the Inquisition, beginning in with the Eisenhorn trilogy: Xenos,  Malleus,  and Hereticus. Warhammer 40, gaming[ edit ] Eisenhorn was made as an official model for the Inquisitor spin-off game.
He also has the ability to use telepathy. Rules for him and Daemonhosts are included in the official Inquisitor rulebook, and generic rules for him and Daemonhosts are included in the Daemonhunters army codex. The stories follow the many adventures of the Tanith "First and Only" regiment as they seek to prove themselves.
Things are complicated by dissension against their commander, Gaunt, for not letting them die alongside their brethren at the destruction of their planet. Unlike the previous models, these were not limited edition sets. Plot[ edit ] The Space Wolves series follows the history of Ragnar Blackmane, a young warrior who has to prove himself in combat who later becomes a fierce leader of the Space Wolves.
Not only does he battle against the enemies of the Imperium , he also battles against their fellow Space Marines, the Dark Angels , which stems from a long time feud about which is the superior army.
He is unique in the fact that he has a limited edition promotional model produced by the Black Library and a standard piece produced by Games Workshop. He can be joined with two wolves that accompany him into battle.
Main article: Leonatos Captain of the Blood Angels, Leonatos was given a weapon called "Encarmine," the "Sword of Belarius," as a prize for his prowess as a warrior and for the accomplishments of his men on the battlefield.
However, Garshul the Destroyer, an Ork , manages to capture the weapon, causing Leonatos to be dishonoured and then exiled. He wanders with his fellow soldiers as they try to regain their honour by hunting down the sword. This takes them to the world of Eidolon, but they crash land on the wrong side. They are forced to battle the forces of Chaos that control the planet. They must battle against the armies of each Chaos god that control a separate continent in their path so they can finally regain their treasured weapon and their honor so they could be welcomed back once again amongst their brethren.
This was in a limited quantity of only 1, models sculpted by Mike McVey. While he, and his men, no longer have "canon" rules, they can be used as their generic equivalents. Their original rules accompanied the production models. He did not deviate in equipment from that available for a standard Captain, as with his men. Captain Leonatos and his men also paralleled the " Eye of Terror " Campaign, exploring the "Eye" before the gaming tournament began. He equipped with many Blood Angels based weapons, such as a chainsword, bolt pistol and a flamer, but also has new weapons designed for Warhammer Warriors, like Photon Flares and a Bolt Pistol Hotshot.
He deals extra damage and has a strong defense based on his Space Marine power armour. Mysteriously, she was the sole survivor out of 12, that was sent to the planet Parnis in order to battle a daemonic infestation. Inquisitor Silas Hand originally was sent to identify if she was tainted by Chaos and if that was the reason for her survival.
Hand was forced to return with her to the planet Parnis in order to figure out her role in the destruction of her Sisters. Only Stern managed to live through the battle, and she is now hunted by the Ordo Malleus to be brought in for questioning. Only Stern knows what happened to Silas Hand, what happened to the Daemon, and what the forces of Chaos were doing on the planet.
While they no longer have "canon" rules, they can be used as their generic equivalents. Ephrael Stern was armed with a standard bolter, a blessed sword wounded daemons easily, negated invulnerable saves, and destroyed enemy leadership , a jump pack, general bonuses against daemons and is not allowed to receive "faith" based bonuses standard for the Sisters of Battle. She could not join a unit with her fellow Sisters or an army containing any Inquisitor besides Silas Hand with Silas, she counted as a "henchman".
Silas Hand was armed with a bolter using "Psycannon bolts", psychically charged weapons used against daemons and a force field for defense. He could only include Ephrael Stern in his retinue. She equipped with many Sisters of Battle-based weapons, such as a powersword, bolter and a flamer, but also has new weapons designed for Warhammer Warriors, like Photon Flares and a Bolt Pistol Hotshot.
Prefaced to the story are short essays produced by editor, Christian Dunn, about the nature of heroes and following the story is the ending original created by Dan Abnett. Sergeant Poul Marlin narrates the travels of the remaining squads of soldiers as they struggle against hunger, the elements, and the aliens who want to devour them. Joined by the Space Wolves led by Skold Greypelt, the Slavok 10th are able to stand against constant attacks and perform deeds of heroism. These initially included Warhammer Fantasy Battle , Warhammer 40, , and Necromunda , and later added the Mordheim and Gorkamorka settings.
From to , Black Library published the Warhammer Monthly comic book based on the Warhammer Fantasy Battle and Warhammer 40, fictional universes. The comics were republished as a series of trade paperback comics. Black Library discontinued the two periodicals because their sales were meagre compared to the novels. In August Black Library announced that it was releasing a new monthly ezine called Hammer and Bolter.
Like Inferno! The magazine also features interviews with Black Library authors, previews of forthcoming novels, and serialised novels.
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But few operate alone, for the galaxy is too perilous a warzone for a single man or woman, even one of their standing, to face without allies. Throughout their career, Inquisitors will form their own cadre of agents of various roles and functions in order to achieve whatever goal is put before them. These agents fall into two classes, known as Acolytes and Throne Agents. They are among the most powerful beings in the Imperium of Man after an Inquisitor himself. Some of these agents are common tools used throughout the Imperium, including priests of the Ecclesiarchy , Astropaths , Servitors , Tech-priests of the Adeptus Mechanicus , etc.
History[ edit ] The publishing company takes its name from the fictional Black Library that appears in the setting of Warhammer 40, The Black Library was founded in April to publish Inferno! Their first art book, Inquis Exterminatus was published in May, In the summer of BL Publishing announced another fiction imprint, Solaris Books , that will publish original science fiction and fantasy. Solaris Books has subsequently been sold to Rebellion who also own Abaddon Books.