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Targetdrone.gif This article is about the rulebook for the skirmish game. For other uses of Inquisitor, see Inquisitor (disambiguation).
Inquisitor Rulebook cover[Needs Citation]

The Inquisitor Rulebook is the core rulebook for Games Workshop's Inquisitor game. It was first released in 2001.[Needs Citation]

It is also available in two parts for download on the Games Workshop website (see below).[Needs Citation]


Core rules

This chapter describes rules and gameplay, as well as detailing characters and their abilities.[Needs Citation]


A descriptive list of the weaponry available to the characters in the game.[Needs Citation]

The 41st Millennium

The background section of the book provides tips for player-generated characters, rules for special characters and offers background on the available factions in the game:[Needs Citation]

Faction Characters
Inquisition Inquisitor Eisenhorn
Witch Hunter Tyrus
Space Marines Battle-brother Artemis of the Deathwatch
Adeptus Mechanicus Magos Delphan Gruss
Rogue Trader Duke von Castellan
Cultists and fanatics Devotee Malicant of the Redemptionist movement
Imperial Guard Sergeant Stone
Desperados 'Slick' Devlan, freelance gunfighter
Enforcer Special security enforcer Barbaretta
Mutant Quovandius
Ecclesiarchy Preacher Josef
Arco-flagellant Damien 1427
Assassin Severina and Sevora Devout, Death Cultists
Daemonhost Cherubael

The Gamemaster

Advice for the Gamemaster, including a sample scenario and scenario concepts.[Needs Citation]


Authors, Artists and Co-workers

During the production of this book, the following persons were involved considerably:

  • Author
Gav Thorpe[Needs Citation]
  • Design concept
John Blanche[Needs Citation]
  • Graphics and layout
Stefan Kopinski[Needs Citation]
  • Editors
Talima Fox, Dylan Owen and Mark Owen[Needs Citation]
  • Colour production and photography
Adrian Wood[Needs Citation]
  • Cover
Karl Kopinski and Stefan Kopinski[Needs Citation]
  • Illustrators
John Blanche, Alex Boyd, Paul Dainton, David Gallagher, Neil Hodgson, Nuala Kinrade, Karl Kopinski, Stefan Kopinski, Adrian Smith and Kev Walker[Needs Citation]
  • Miniatures designers
Mark Bedford, Jes Goodwin, Mark Harrison, Gary Morley, Brian Nelson, Alan Perry and Michael Perry[Needs Citation]
  • 'Eavy Metal team
Owen Branham, Martin Footitt, Neil Green, Tammy Haye, Kirsten Mickelburgh, Keith Robertson, Chris Smart and David Thomas[Needs Citation]
  • Model makers
Dave Andrews, Mark Bedford and Chris Smart[Needs Citation]
  • Omniscenti
John Blanche, Andy Chambers, Jervis Johnson, Alan Merrett, Rick Priestley[Needs Citation]

Additional information

Related Publications

External links


  • ISBN 1-84154-077-3