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Datasheet Cards: Necron


Datasheet Cards: Necron

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The Necrons are a deathless race of alien androids, rulers of the galaxy in a long-forgotten era once known as the Necrontyr. Now, having slumbered in stasis for millennia, they are rising to conquer it once more. Clad in self-repairing bodies of living metal and wielding weapons that harness the most devastating energies of the cosmos, the Necrons are a terrifying enemy.
 
This set of 53 cards will help you keep track of your legions in-game, with individual datasheets for every single Necrons unit, detailing their profiles, wargear, options, and special abilities. You'll also find a reference card for the Necrons army rules as well as special datasheet cards for use in Combat Patrol games.
 
Contents:
- 1x Army Rules Card
- 47x Necrons Datasheet Cards
- 5x Combat Patrol Datasheet Cards
 
All cards measure 161.5mm by 107.1mm, and feature an eye-catching green foil glint edge.
 
You’ll need a copy of Codex: Necrons to make full use of these cards.
 
 
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