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Codex: Tyranids - Fan Edition (Full PDF) - Updated for 7th edition
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Subject: Codex: Tyranids - Fan Edition (Full PDF) - Updated for 7th edition

Agile Revenant Titan

Introduction
Hi All,
As you’re viewing this thread, I thank you for supporting this effort, it makes me feel as if my time hasn’t been wasted! I spent quite a while writing this after the new Codex dropped and was going to share it, but held off upon hearing rumours of 7th. I waited and made some changes to coincide with the new edition, and here we are!
I’ll start if I may with a little introduction. I don’t dislike the current Tyranid Codex and have actually enjoyed playing with it since its release, but I do however view it as a missed opportunity. My other 6th edition 40k Army, Eldar, saw a host of new rules and facets with its most recent release (Battle Focus, Bladestorm, more wraith-goodness and Target Lock, to name but a few). I don’t enjoy using the Eldar Codex because it’s so good, I enjoy using it because there’s tons of things I can play around with.
This was the mind-set with which I attacked this project. I haven’t intentionally made it to a Codex that will stomp all other lists, but rather one that gives Tyranid players a variety of viable units and niche special rules with which to play around and add variety to their lists.
The Quality
I’ll admit now that I haven’t extensively play-tested this Codex, nor have I taken time to add lavish artwork. It is, more than anything, a demonstration of ideas. We ran three test games (three more than GW?) which did outline one or two glaring faults (which have been fixed obviously) but this isn’t to say that there won’t be more mistakes. I’ll include an “FAQ/Errata” in the spoiler below, and edit the Codex when a fair few points amass there. Also, I tend to be off with points costs at times so you may find things to be under or over-priced but, having both the current Tyranid Codex and its predecessor to use as a template, I think I’ve made good estimates across the board. I also apologise for any lapses in the layout - it's a massive pain trying to make it look neat sometimes!
Feel free to offer comments, improvements or suggestions on the Codex. I don’t intend to make this a full-on community project (I wouldn’t have written the Codex by myself first if I had) but am more than happy to let people contribute. And if anyone wants to add pretty pictures and page decorations, then they are more than welcome to do so!
I enjoy writing rules so, if you like what you see, there’s more where that came from! I have some decent ideas for CSM and Black Templars if I find that I have a certain knack for creating half-decent rules.
Tl;dr, I hope you enjoy reading these rules and appreciate the initiative and ideas. Feel free to share your views and of course feel free to make use of it!
Summary of Significant Changes
- Addition of the Biological Advancement Special Rule
- Addition of the Fear Special Rule to many units
- Changes to Instinctive Behaviour (no more tables)
- Doom of Malan'tai and friends are back (though no Ymargls*)
- Biomancy returns!
- *Significant changes to Genestealers, Raveners, Warriors and Shrikes in a bid to make them more viable
- Separate unit entries for Tyrants and Flyrants, with more upgrades for the latter
- Addition of several new weapons (one has Skyfire!) and biomorphs

Link to the Codex
Click here!
FAQ/Errata
FAQ
Errata
Pg 10, Pheromone Trail - This Special Rule should read: Any friendly unit that Deep Strikes onto the board does not scatter so long as the first model placed is within 6' of a model with this Special Rule

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Subject: Re:Codex: Tyranids - Fan Edition (Full PDF) - Updated for 7th edition

Infiltrating Broodlord

I think this is brilliant, when i read that the malantai is back and that there was access to Biomancy I was sold.
I Had a quick flick through and really enjoyed it so far! I'll have to have another read when I'm at work later today.
Ready seems like a much better codex! Shame really games workshop don't ask for advice isn't it.
Cheers for your hard work!
Subject: Re:Codex: Tyranids - Fan Edition (Full PDF) - Updated for 7th edition

Agile Revenant Titan

Wilson wrote:
I think this is brilliant, when i read that the malantai is back and that there was access to Biomancy I was sold.
I Had a quick flick through and really enjoyed it so far! I'll have to have another read when I'm at work later today.
Ready seems like a much better codex! Shame really games workshop don't ask for advice isn't it.
Cheers for your hard work!

No problem, like I say, I do enjoy it so it's really no problem. It's just nicer to finish with something that other people can enjoy as well!
And I know, I honestly think GW would benefit from asking a few people to come in and playtest. There'd be many willing to do it for little or no pay (or maybe just travel expenses) and GW should get a slightly better codex out of it. But hey..
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Subject: Codex: Tyranids - Fan Edition (Full PDF) - Updated for 7th edition

Mindless Spore Mine

I think this is a pretty good job youve done here nice one! I like the biological advancement rule because it suits the background loads and is another nice rule to mess around with since we didnt get any new rules in the new book.
I like the hive tyrant upgrades but i think a flying hive tyrant with all those upgrades might be a bit broken especially now that they only have to take one grounding test a turn. But maybe we need a bit of brokenness haha
Subject: Codex: Tyranids - Fan Edition (Full PDF) - Updated for 7th edition

Raging-on-the-Inside Blood Angel Sergeant

Just by reading the description I need to tell you this.
FMC Spam is good enough on it's own. Making them strength 10 T 10 or S 9 T 9. Or giving them endurance. Just be happy with skyblight on it's own.
The buffs to genestealers and raveners and stuff sounds good though.
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Subject: Codex: Tyranids - Fan Edition (Full PDF) - Updated for 7th edition

Agile Revenant Titan

Thanks for the posts guys. Yes, FMC may seem a little strong, and I could always incorporate a points increase if more people thought it was necessary, and, admittedly, I hadn't factored skyblight, or any of the dataslate-things, into my calculations. However, with the new edition, it's going to be harder to get powers off, so that may balance it out a little.
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Subject: Codex: Tyranids - Fan Edition (Full PDF) - Updated for 7th edition

Sinewy Scourge

Tyranid primes need the option of wings so they can actually go with the Shrikes.
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Subject: Codex: Tyranids - Fan Edition (Full PDF) - Updated for 7th edition

Been Around the Block

I'm reading through it now, I like a lot of it, one thing I would note is if genestealers are deployed 'Dormant' then they should count as Elites or lose super scoring, as I think this might be too power an ability
Subject: Codex: Tyranids - Fan Edition (Full PDF) - Updated for 7th edition

Agile Revenant Titan

Shingen wrote:Tyranid primes need the option of wings so they can actually go with the Shrikes.

Ooh yeah, good idea, never thought of that. Could be the first change for v3 that..
takonite wrote:I'm reading through it now, I like a lot of it, one thing I would note is if genestealers are deployed 'Dormant' then they should count as Elites or lose super scoring, as I think this might be too power an ability

Good point, however, although it depends on which army you're facing, Genestealers are going to die anyway. Even now, Genestealers are a huge threat, they just don't seem like one because they just get shot. But they get shot because they're a threat. Even if they deploy via Dormant and rip a unit apart, I don't think they'll stick round very long to capture many objectives (though could be great in the right Maelstrom Missions conditions). Dormant is simply to make Genestealers a viable combat choice, so people get to use them to do what they do best and do what they're meant to do, rip something up in combat.
I will consider that one though.

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