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Often, when PDF aren't incompetent, they turn traitor.
While an Imperial Guard unit is constantly shuffled from world to world, only resting in transit, and under the watchful eye of a Commissar , the PDF may go for years or even lifetimes without seeing a planet-scale defensive effort. As such, they often also serve as local law enforcement. This can result in the PDF being more loyal to the planetary government than to the Imperium ; if the planetary government turns corrupt, they can bring the PDF with them, which makes it that much harder for the Imperium to reclaim the planet later.
Also, even if they did not turn traitors they are the most suspected people if heretical cults are active on the planet, and they usually are, or the planet got infiltrated by Genestealers. Thus even if a problem arose the guards would still avoid them and the authorities would still distrust them to use them so that they might gain combat experience. The three notable exceptions to this rule are the Armageddon PDF, who often fight the Orks still on the planet, as a result of a lower than normal Tithe for a planet of its size allowing the Armageddon PDF to be well trained and funded.
The other is the Ultramar Auxilia, as Ultramar has no tithe due to supporting the Ultramarines Space Marine Chapter , also since they must meet the standards of Space Marines resulting in higher than normal training, generally they are still shipped offworld like normal guard and often support the Ultramarines.
The greatest irony is that if the Imperium would only enforce the training of planetary defence forces to a decent standard as they are so eager to get their mitts on your tithes! Not to mention the fact that if the Imperium were to require worlds to also have their own law enforcement that is controlled by, trained by, and generally indoctrinated by, the Adeptus Arbites, you wouldn't have to worry much about A crime pickpockets would be shot, soooo So then you would technically have two competent fighting forces on the planet, both of which are separate enough from local affairs to remain loyal to the Imperium.
The PDF and the local law enforcement.
Then the Guard to concentrate hundreds, perhaps thousands of regiments on threats instead of a few dozen. Not to mention how much hurt the Astartes would be free to lay down. However, it's questionable whether such indoctrination would work.
One of the reasons that the Arbites are so loyal to the Imperium instead of the planet they're stationed on is because they come from a different planet. In general, in cases where PDF would get the opportunity to gain the experience and funding necessary to become a reliable fighting force, they don't tend to keep the title of PDF for long. However, the PDF do their jobs as well as they can with the equipment they have, and typically its only confirmation bias that they get such a bad rap If deservedly so.
Usually they are sufficient enough to keep the peace and fend off minor threats like a small savage Ork incursion or petty bandits. PDFs also have a couple advantages over Guard. As stationary forces, they have a home field advantage. Planets in the Imperium run the gamut between "nice enough" and "kill you if you look at it funny" so being able to utilize a world's natural defenses and terrain is helpful. Secondly, PDFs can utilize stationary gun emplacements and shield generators or even space stations defense.
It is remarkably difficult to shoot through a world with anti-naval cannons and an exterminatus -resistant shield network. Generally PDF losses occur because the onus of victory is on the attacking force. That is, they only attack planets they can win against.
Heavily-fortified fortress worlds can take centuries worth of orbital beating before they collapse. Take Vraks for example. While, yes it did go traitor, the fact that it took over 18 years to collapse shows just how long a well defended city Remember Vraks only had one thing worth a damn about protecting on it.
Also, there was one yes, one PDF trooper worth noting. Some family man with a forgettable name fought alongside Uriel Ventris of the Ultrasmurfs during a battle against Tyranids.
That's basically the idea of having varying "levels" of army. You wanna play some Marines with Guard support and an Inquisitor leading with some Sisters lending a hand while a Knight stomps around in the background?
Great, do it. You'll get better strategems the more focused your army is supposedly , but I'm not sure we'll see much of that until the codexes start to drop. Transports are keyword-dependent. Your marines won't be able to jump into a GK Landraider. One of the special abilities of the Inquisitor crowd is that they can hitch a ride on any Imperial vehicle. That's helpful, actually, thanks. Looking at inquistors and some converted bikes, so it all should work out.
Put Cawl in the middle of them for rerolling everything and supercharge all your plasma…my nid friend did NOT approve! Wondering about the plasma.
The grav gives reliable shot output and multiple damage against a lot of targets and str isn't all that important anymore. Kind of suck if cawl isn't nearby though. Anyone know what armies custodes will do well with? You can't just give your inquisitor anything from the list of all melee weapons. It's only specifically the Wargear: Inquisition Melee Weapons on the Army List page.
It's only on there because they for some reasons didn't give Uniques their full pts including wargear like they did everywhere else. Eldar Craftworlds, Harlequins and Ynnari — 8th edition Full leak. Orks — Full 8th Edition Leak.
Notify of. Vote Up 0 Vote Down. June 1, June 1, 3: June 2, 1: June 5, Thousand Eyes. The monkeys are still in there! This makes me happier than it should. What does Master Crafted do? Noticing the master crafted hammers don't list -1 to hit. I thought Sisters of Silence were a 30k thing? June 1, 9: Vote Up 1 Vote Down. June 1, 4: June 1, 2: The Dark Angel. June 2, 2: June 1, 8: They sucked so badly in the last edition so people will finally download those models lol.
June 1, 6: June 2, 8: Not sure where to post this bit the full leaked rules are up on Redditch. June 1, 1: I did miss it. Losing all that flavor so soon after the Angels of Death and the Traitor Legions supplements just seems so cruel… Also on release the armies seem a tad too bland when a single sentence, one special rule, for each of the chapters and legions would have done so much.
June 1, 7: June 1, 5: Oh well… As I understand it, you Perils of the Warp if your roll double 1s or 6s on your psychic test. Nah, it'll be second.
First will be Codex: I lol'd. Seriously though, let's make the super-super soliders. OVer the Primaris Marines?
Yeah, kinda. I'm deeply unimpressed by them. You wanna bring nothing but Raven Guard and Raven Guard only? Also possible. I'm saying at the moment there's no mechanical difference. Beyond that, can't think of anything. June 2, June 6, 5: June 8, 3: