History TabletopGame / Inquisitor

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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[[caption-width:200:[[KnightTemplar Witch Hunter Tyrus]] prepares to dispense some indiscriminate justice.]]

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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}}''.
29th Jul '12 5:26:14 AM FELH2
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A GaidenGame set in the ''{{Warhammer 40000}}'' universe. ''Inquisitor'' focuses on the details of the [[StateSec Emperor's Most Holy Inquisition]], specifically the ideological schisms and [[RightHandVersusLeftHand factional infighting]] that plague that organization, and the problems that arise when two loyal Imperial servants with unlimited authority have a disagreement with each other. It's notable for providing the first real insight into the workings of the Inquisition, which was portrayed in most previous materials as being monolithic, inscrutable, and united in the face of mankind's enemies.

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A GaidenGame set in the ''{{Warhammer ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' universe. ''Inquisitor'' focuses on the details of the [[StateSec Emperor's Most Holy Inquisition]], specifically the ideological schisms and [[RightHandVersusLeftHand factional infighting]] that plague that organization, and the problems that arise when two loyal Imperial servants with unlimited authority have a disagreement with each other. It's notable for providing the first real insight into the workings of the Inquisition, which was portrayed in most previous materials as being monolithic, inscrutable, and united in the face of mankind's enemies.



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

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



* GaidenGame: Of ''{{Warhammer 40000}}''.

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* GaidenGame: Of ''{{Warhammer ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''.
18th Dec '11 10:23:57 PM Servitor2152
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* CharacterAlignment: "Puritan" Inquisitors are essentially Lawful and "Radicals" are Chaotic, but [[GreyVersusGrayMorality whether they're Good or Evil rather depends on where you're standing]]. This is only a characterisation device, though, with no game mechanic to represent it -- two Puritans with conflicting agendas could perfectly easily find themselves fighting, although each [[TautologicalTemplar would probably claim the other is Radical]].

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* CharacterAlignment: "Puritan" Inquisitors are essentially Lawful and "Radicals" are Chaotic, but [[GreyVersusGrayMorality [[GreyAndGrayMorality whether they're Good or Evil rather depends on where you're standing]]. This is only a characterisation device, though, with no game mechanic to represent it -- two Puritans with conflicting agendas could perfectly easily find themselves fighting, although each [[TautologicalTemplar would probably claim the other is Radical]].
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