- 10 Sep 2019
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Hey you! Have you got stuck in with Aeronautica Imperialis yet? Did you know that the Rynn’s World Air War Campaign Book has new rules to elevate and expand your games? This supplement is absolutely jam-packed with good stuff – just check out the contents page:
With the book now on shelves, we’re looking at just what it has to offer…
1. It Has The Rules!
DILEMMA: you love Orks, and your friend loves the Imperium, so you’ve decided to split a Wings of Vengeance set between you to start playing Aeronautica Imperialis. But hold on, there’s only one copy of the core rules! Worry not – the Rynn’s World Air War Campaign Book contains the full and unabridged rules, making it ideal if you need a second copy.
2. It Brings a New Dimension to Your Games
Aeronautica Imperialis is a fantastic game for dogfights, but the system truly opens up when you bring in ground targets. In these six extra scenarios, you have to balance aerial combat with objective-based play, as transports and bombers race to deploy troops and destroy ground targets while faster escorts desperately try to stop them. If you’re looking for varied and thrilling battles, this book is a must-have.
What’s more, the Rynn’s World Air War Campaign book lets you add a number of static defences to your forces. Costing a mere handful of points, these are great for filling out your roster and can offer some serious firepower. If you have the points, a Manticore Missile Battery or ‘Eavy Flak Kannon could make a serious difference.
3. It’s Filled with Flyers!
There are all sorts of new goodies on the way for Aeronautica Imperialis, and the Rynn’s World Air War Campaign Book has rules for loads of them – particularly some all-new Ork aircraft. We peeked at the mighty Eavy Bommer last week – the product of welding other vehicles to Fighta Bommerz to expand their capacity for high explosives even further. The Grot Bommer also deserves a special mention, as these small, lightweight craft fire deadly, Grot-guided missiles at the foe.
Both Imperial and Ork forces can recruit aces of the Rynn’s World Air War, like Flight Commander Dagor-Jarni, a master pilot who combines his talent as a leader with peerless Air-to-Air combat skills, all while sporting a snazzy red paint job on his Thunderbolt.
4. It’s Packed with Stories…
The Imperial Navy is as key to the Imperial war effort as the Astra Militarum or Adeptus Astartes, while the Ork Air Waaagh! is a fascinating and hilarious aspect of greenskin society.
Take the aforementioned Flight Commander Dagor-Jarni, for example – the hotshot pilot of a custom Thunderbolt fighter, “Executioner”, who single-handedly slowed the advance of a column of Ork Gargants heading for New Rynn City in the final days of the siege, saving countless lives. Or the cunnin’ ploy of Fly Boss Grubnatz, who bravely caused his own second in command to crash into a vital bridge over the Sulphur River when he realized he was out of bombs – a true hero!
5 …and the Tools to Tell Your Own
Of course, reading about these epic battles is one thing, but playing through them is another! The Rynn’s World Air War Campaign Book contains a nifty campaign system for Aeronautica Imperialis, allowing you to link your battles and transform rookie pilots into seasoned aces as they gain experience.
If you’re looking to embark on a new kind of narrative adventure in the 41st Millennium, this is the way to do it!
The Rynn’s World Air War Campaign Book is available online and on a shelf near you right now – get your copy today.
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