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Commander - A Sergeant on steroids, Commanders are leaders forged in combat. They can take up to four additional comrades and use them and the rest of the squad's comrades to maximum effect, essentially acting as a one-man party. Field Chirurgeon - When keeping your squad mates "alive" simply won't cut it, Field Chirurgeons are soldiers who are meant to keep men fighting.
Not quite as medically skillful as a true medic, but better than trying to tape your own arm back on. Master of Ordnance - This class gives your comrade a mortar and gives you the responsibility of calling targets. Also allows for artillery strikes from orbital ships or basilisks once per encounter.
Very useful if you're not in a building or voidship. Just try not to call it down too close to your position. Scout - Guardsmen who navigate dangerous terrain, operate where they can't be seen, and act as Scouts also make for silent knife kills of sentries.
Sentry - When not being stabbed by scouts, sentries are masters of defense. Effectively a one man heavy weapon squad, sentries dig in and can hold against hordes of enemies that would wipe out a less entrenched position. Sharpshooter - Snipers without being Ratlings, Sharpshooters are masters of fighting at extreme ranges.
Specialist Advanced Specialties[ edit ] Do note that while Support Specialists are technically eligible to switch to an advanced specialty as well, Hammer of the Emperor only contained options for Guardsman-class characters. Shield of Humanity changed this by adding the following exclusive options for Tech-Priests, Ogryns, Ratlings, and Priests.
Commissars, Storm Troopers, and Sanctioned Psykers can go fuck themselves, apparently. Enginseer Architectus Magnus - A techpriest treadhead, specializes in driving, repairing and boosting an armoured vehicle. Crimson Exemplar - An elite Mechanicus warrior with a shit-ton of integrated weapons.
Just in case the regular techpriest wasn't broken enough for you. Enginseer Prime - Lazy fucks that fight by proxy through a horde of servitors. Ogryn Bone'ead - Ogryn sergeant, not really a fine strategist but good enough to impress his fellow lunkheads. Gets to use smaller basic weapons without the Ogryn-Proof trait, making him a very versatile soldier. Bulwark - The closest you'll ever come to playing an ogre barbarian in Only War.
Gets to use Heavy weapons without the Ogryn-Proof trait, turning him into a one man killing machine with the right weapon. Ratling Fixer - Obligatory 'face' class, a smug as fuck space halfling with a silver tongue and loads of friends.
Pair him up with a Commissar to ensure hilarity. Longshooter - Specialized sniper, because if you're playing a ratling you might as well fit the stereotype of a Sniping bastard.
Trailblazer - Ratling infiltrator and survivalist. By that I of course mean ' thieving bastard '.
Priest Praecentor of Penance - Zealous preacher always accompanied by a mob of meatshields penitents in search of absolution. Prelate-at-Arms - The classic paladin with charisma out of the ass and intelligence as a dump stat, now in Future Middle Ages flavour. Rector Erudite - A scholar that wandered on the battlefield by mistake. As long as he's there, he can help the squad with his formal education and wealth of knowledge. Final Testament - A hundred-ish page mini-campaign adventure splat that takes the IG to a planet named Hevara to bring the planet back into the light of the Imperium, only to fight Orks and traitors for one of the legendary Ordinatus superweapons.
The non-combat sections are at least as dangerous as the combat sections. Hammer of the Emperor - Only War's first actual supplement, it has all types of new things for OW players. It includes rules for new regiment creation and mixed regiments, and features some of the finest of the IG, including the Attilan Rough Riders and the Tanith First-and-Only.
Also has new advanced specialties and more armoury options. Enemies of the Imperium - OW's monster book, lists all the worst enemies of the Imperium that call the Spinward Front their home.
Has rules for formations, which enhance squad-level combat, and more resources for characters that have to stand against these beasties. Also has information on how to play as a Severan Dominate regiment, for people who want to play as treasonous filth without going full Chaos in the process.
No Surrender - Hundred-ish page mini-campaign. Centers around the IG going to take back the Lycurgos star fort from filthy Severan Dominate secessionists.
Remember, nothing nice ever happens to the Imperium. Shield of Humanity - A player supplement. Adds new options for specialists Ratlings, Ogryns, Enginseers and Ministorum Priests , as well as new regiment options and advancement options, mostly support specialist advancements.
Eleventh Hour - small adventure. Released for free for Free RPG day and free download on their website. I also realize that significant elements of the Catachan rd have not reached the safe zone.
This was always an anticipated risk, and I think I speak for many here when I say: really, who will miss them? Are you a bad enough dude to escape the blast zone? The Line Infantry Campaign - This is probably the first thing your GM is going to be able to think of while staring lovingly at his IG minis before the group shows up. Expect to stand around volleying fire with enemies for a while until he invariably runs out of ways to describe "and that guy got shot and is dead now".
The game will almost invariably quickly evolve into The Scout Campaign - Ah, this is the stuff. Scouting missions are ideal fodder for adventures because they're about as close as a logical military unit or the Imperial Guard will get to stock heroics. Just make sure you're reasonably far away from whatever you're scouting before you send the coordinates to that Scintillan Master of Ordinance that seemed to be sneering at you all through the briefing.
The Light Infantry Campaign - This is a campaign based on being even more lightly armed and armored, and marching around a lot, with possibility of being misused in any other type of campaign, be it scout, siege good for reenacting Hamburger Hill etc.