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  • [[Image:VehicleManual.jpg|thumb|right|150px|Cover of the ''Warhammer 40,000: Vehicle Manual'']] [[de:Warhammer 40.000 Vehicle Manual]]
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  • #redirect [[Astra Militarum Vehicles (List)#Vehicle Upgrades]]
    62 bytes (7 words) - 12:01, 9 February 2016
  • ...e vehicle. This improvised armour plating gives greater protection to the vehicle from most ranged attacks, although they give no extra defence against ordna ...wing them to storm across in large numbers to reach and take over an enemy vehicle, provided none of the vehicles move too fast.{{Fn|1}}
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  • {{ambig|subject=vehicle upgrade|disambiguation=Scythe}} *[[Vehicle Upgrades (Dark Eldar)]]
    374 bytes (46 words) - 22:30, 28 January 2020
  • [[Image:Cyclops.jpg|200px|thumb|A Cyclops Demolition Vehicle]] ...l Guard]] for battlefield demolition. Basically a small remote-controlled vehicle packed with explosives and guided towards a target from a distance, it is u
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  • #redirect [[Chaos Space Marine Armoury#Living Vehicle]]
    55 bytes (7 words) - 22:13, 26 July 2007
  • 30 bytes (4 words) - 08:42, 27 July 2008
  • ...gh display of living or dead bodies, while others are designed to make the vehicle more capable offensively. ...ng a wide area [[Shadow Field]] that covers its open deck in darkness. The vehicle appears dark and shady like a deadly shadow.{{Fn|1}}
    3 KB (466 words) - 22:29, 28 January 2020
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  • {{otheruses|USE=Space Marine vehicle|OTHERUSE=animal|OTHERPAGE=Mastodon (Fenris)}} ...6000 Legionaries, which would translate into around 150 (or 40 Marines per vehicle).{{Fn|2}}
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  • '''Grav-Vehicles''' are a type of vehicle which generates an anti-gravitational field, allowing them to hover a short
    2 KB (174 words) - 23:33, 12 September 2020
  • #redirect [[Grav-vehicle]]
    26 bytes (2 words) - 04:52, 22 September 2012
  • ...mon type of these found in the [[Calixis Sector]] is the '''Outrider Scout Vehicle''' believed to be based on an ancient [[STC]] design. ...ternate to a true military vehicle. Lightly built but robust, these simple vehicle are famously easy to repair with scavenged parts. They are agile and fast,
    864 bytes (126 words) - 07:53, 9 November 2012
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  • |align=center|'''''Then start with mine!'''<br>–leaving his command vehicle to personally lead the assault on the Palace of the [[Oligarchy]] on [[Balh
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  • ...ex-compliant chapter can have as many [[Techmarine]]s, [[Librarian]]s, and vehicle staff (pilots, gunners, etc - this includes Dreadnoughts) as it can muster. ...hobos Armour to equip them all. The Company Captain can request additional vehicle assets from the armoury in the form of Battle Tanks and aircraft.{{Fn|20a}}
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  • Once Looted, the Orks will add '[[Ork Vehicle Upgrades|Kustomisations]]' that are as likely to damage the Wagon as it is ...e who are very good at "liberating" vehicles. Death Skulls like to loot a vehicle, repair it, then use it on the enemy in the same battle. There is a legend
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  • ...eel' for vehicles systems and controls, literally making him a part of his vehicle.{{Fn|7}}
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  • *[[Hydra (Anti Air Tank)]] - Imperial Guard anti-air vehicle.
    646 bytes (95 words) - 03:55, 8 April 2014
  • ...he [[Assault Squad|assault companies]] became the '''Falcons''', and light vehicle squadrons and air support were renamed the '''Hawks'''. Another unit of gen
    55 KB (8,242 words) - 12:39, 13 June 2021
  • ...and the assault doctrine of the legion was so strongly ingrained that even vehicle crew carried assault weapons as standard issue, and would often find a mean
    55 KB (8,699 words) - 02:15, 9 May 2021
  • |align=center|'''''And when at last he came upon the vehicle, he perceived the distress of the engine therein and forthwith struck the r
    23 KB (3,648 words) - 17:28, 7 December 2020
  • ...in support of deploying Orks, giving them cover as they plunge out of the vehicle into the ranks of the enemy. It also has the effect of demoralising enemy t
    913 bytes (132 words) - 23:26, 30 October 2020
  • ...ow an immobilised vehicle to start moving again, be it by them pushing the vehicle itself or by them fixing it somehow.
    428 bytes (58 words) - 07:18, 27 October 2012
  • #redirect [[Ork Vehicle Upgrades#Spikes 'n' Blades]]
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  • #redirect [[Ork Vehicle Upgrades#Turbo Boosta]]
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  • #redirect [[Ork Vehicle Upgrades]]
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  • ...come to pass, and it continues to serve as the main [[Space Marine]] anti-vehicle tank.
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  • ...te for the Razorback, a vehicle dedicated to the role of infantry fighting vehicle, was discovered. In the meantime, Imperial tactics sacrificed transport cap ...ily destroy their vehicles. Soon the Predator became the standard fighting vehicle for all of humanity's armies, and would remain in that position throughout
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  • ...r titles are also bestowed on other officers of specialized units, such as vehicle commanders or leading [[Chaplain]]s.
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  • A [[Daemon Engine]] is a part-technological, part-daemonic vehicle, those dedicated to Khorne include:
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  • A [[Daemon Engine]] is a part-technological, part-daemonic vehicle, those dedicated to Slaanesh include the [[Slaanesh Subjugator]]{{Fn|5}} an
    11 KB (1,669 words) - 20:19, 27 October 2020
  • A [[Daemon Engine]] is a part-technological, part-daemonic vehicle, those dedicated to Tzeentch include -
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  • A [[Daemon Engine]] is a part-technological, part-daemonic vehicle, those dedicated to Nurgle include:
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