History TabletopGame / Inquisitor

24th Sep '16 6:11:41 AM SebastianGray
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* KnifeNut: Characters with the Blademaster talent, such as the twin Death Cult Assassins Severina and Sevora, are masters of knife fighting, able to cause more damage with a knife than other characters can cause with a sword.
20th Sep '16 3:48:52 AM SebastianGray
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* GunsAkimbo: The gunslinger 'Slick' Devlan. Also a general special ability.

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* GunsAkimbo: The special ability Gunfighter enables a character to fire two pistol weapons simultaneously. Unless they're ambidextrous, though, it does confer an aiming penalty to the gun being used in the character's off-hand. This skill is especially poplar for Desperado characters such as the freelance gunslinger 'Slick' Devlan. Also a general special ability.Lucius ‘Slick’ Devlan.
26th May '16 1:02:29 PM NativeJovian
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* ImplausibleFencingPowers: The Deflect Shot talent.


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* ParryingBullets: The Deflect Shot talent.
1st Jan '14 6:43:31 PM nombretomado
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* HeWhoFightsMonsters: All veteran Inquisitors run the risk of falling into this; Inquisitor {{Eisenhorn}} is the example given in the book.

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* HeWhoFightsMonsters: All veteran Inquisitors run the risk of falling into this; Inquisitor {{Eisenhorn}} {{Literature/Eisenhorn}} is the example given in the book.
5th Dec '13 2:35:57 AM johnnye
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* PurposelyOverpowered: Space Marines to hilarious levels, to the point where the game recommends against using them unless you're willing to put a lot of work into [[GameBalance counterbalancing the campaign]].

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* PurposelyOverpowered: Space Marines to hilarious levels, to the point where the game recommends against using them unless you're willing to put a lot of work into [[GameBalance [[CompetitiveBalance counterbalancing the campaign]].
5th Dec '13 2:34:41 AM johnnye
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* PurposelyOverpowered: Space Marines to hilarious levels, to the point where the game recommends against using them.

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* PurposelyOverpowered: Space Marines to hilarious levels, to the point where the game recommends against using them.them unless you're willing to put a lot of work into [[GameBalance counterbalancing the campaign]].
4th Dec '13 8:31:08 PM megazilla
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* PurposelyOverpowered: Space Marines to hilarious levels, to the point where the game recommends against using them.
31st Oct '13 8:06:39 AM johnnye
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* AGodIAm: The GM is the final arbiter of everything, as is usual in an RPG.


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* RuleZero: The GM is the final arbiter of everything, as is usual in an RPG.
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26th Jul '13 12:22:11 PM FELH2
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''Inquisitor'' is a "narrative wargame," designed more around telling stories than providing fair and balanced competition between two players, and in many ways could be considered the spiritual forefather to the first true 40k roleplaying game, ''TabletopGame/DarkHeresy''. It also served as the inspiration for the ''Literature/{{Eisenhorn}}'' series of novels by Creator/DanAbnett. The game is also notable for its miniatures, which (at 54mm scale) are approximately twice as large as a normal 40k miniature, with a correspondingly increased level of detail. Although Games Workshop no longer actively supports ''Inquisitor'', the miniatures remain available through the company's Specialist Games division, and the rulebooks and other supplementary material are [[http://www.games-workshop.com/gws/content/article.jsp?catId=cat410008&categoryId=1100014§ion=&aId=4900004 available for download]] on the GW website.

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''Inquisitor'' is a "narrative wargame," designed more around telling stories than providing fair and balanced competition between two players, and in many ways could be considered the spiritual forefather to the first true 40k roleplaying game, ''TabletopGame/DarkHeresy''. It also served as the inspiration for the ''Literature/{{Eisenhorn}}'' series of novels by Creator/DanAbnett. The game is also notable for its miniatures, which (at 54mm scale) are approximately twice as large as a normal 40k miniature, with a correspondingly increased level of detail. Although Games Workshop no longer actively supports ''Inquisitor'', the miniatures remain available through the company's Specialist Games division, and the rulebooks and other supplementary material are [[http://www.games-workshop.com/gws/content/article.jsp?catId=cat410008&categoryId=1100014§ion=&aId=4900004 jsp?catId=cat410008&categoryId=1100014&section=&aId=4900004 available for download]] on the GW website.
17th Apr '13 11:23:28 PM PaulA
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''Inquisitor'' is a "narrative wargame," designed more around telling stories than providing fair and balanced competition between two players, and in many ways could be considered the spiritual forefather to the first true 40k roleplaying game, ''DarkHeresy''. It also served as the inspiration for the ''{{Eisenhorn}}'' series of novels by DanAbnett. The game is also notable for its miniatures, which (at 54mm scale) are approximately twice as large as a normal 40k miniature, with a correspondingly increased level of detail. Although Games Workshop no longer actively supports ''Inquisitor'', the miniatures remain available through the company's Specialist Games division, and the rulebooks and other supplementary material are [[http://www.games-workshop.com/gws/content/article.jsp?catId=cat410008&categoryId=1100014§ion=&aId=4900004 available for download]] on the GW website.

See also ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', ''{{Eisenhorn}}'', and ''{{Ravenor}}''.

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''Inquisitor'' is a "narrative wargame," designed more around telling stories than providing fair and balanced competition between two players, and in many ways could be considered the spiritual forefather to the first true 40k roleplaying game, ''DarkHeresy''. ''TabletopGame/DarkHeresy''. It also served as the inspiration for the ''{{Eisenhorn}}'' ''Literature/{{Eisenhorn}}'' series of novels by DanAbnett.Creator/DanAbnett. The game is also notable for its miniatures, which (at 54mm scale) are approximately twice as large as a normal 40k miniature, with a correspondingly increased level of detail. Although Games Workshop no longer actively supports ''Inquisitor'', the miniatures remain available through the company's Specialist Games division, and the rulebooks and other supplementary material are [[http://www.games-workshop.com/gws/content/article.jsp?catId=cat410008&categoryId=1100014§ion=&aId=4900004 available for download]] on the GW website.

See also ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', ''{{Eisenhorn}}'', ''Literature/{{Eisenhorn}}'', and ''{{Ravenor}}''.''Literature/{{Ravenor}}''.
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