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Chapter Approved Pariah Nexus Mission Deck


Chapter Approved Pariah Nexus Mission Deck

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The Pariah Nexus is one of the most heavily contested war zones in the galaxy. Each faction vying for power in this blighted place has their own agenda – when two forces meet, anything can happen.

 
This pack contains all the rules required to play Pariah Nexus matched play missions in Warhammer 40,000. These cards have been explicitly designed to work with both competitive and casual matched play environments, including events. This pack contains an easy-to-follow mission sequence, a set of cardboard objective markers, and all the Deployment, Mission Rules, Primary Mission, and Secondary Mission cards you'll need for two players. You'll also find a set of new Secret Mission cards, allowing you to choose a radical shift in tactics in order to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.
 
This pack includes the following cards and accessories:
– 1x 10-page Pariah Nexus Missions Rules booklet
– 6x Mission Deployment Cards
– 9x Primary Mission Cards
– 10x Mission Rules Cards
– 18x Attacker Secondary Mission Cards (including 9x Fixed Missions)
– 18x Defender Secondary Mission Cards (including 9x Fixed Missions)
– 4x Attacker Secret Mission Cards
– 4x Defender Secret Mission Cards
– 6x 40mm Card Objective Tokens
 
You’ll need a copy of the Warhammer 40,000 Core Rules to use the contents of this set.
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