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White Dwarf 233
Released May 1999
Preceded by White Dwarf 232
Followed by White Dwarf 234


Warhammer 40,000:

  • Company of angels - With the release of Codex Dark Angels, Iain Compton sheds some light onto this most sinister Chapter.
  • Raven loony - Miniature designer Mark Bedford's Dark Angels army.
  • The lion & the wolf - For over a millenia, the Dark Angels and the Space Wolves have been bitter rivals. Bill King (of Gotrek & Felix fame) uncovers the legend that stretches back to the dawn of the imperium.
  • A secret war - the scenario - Since the end of the Horus Heresy, the Dark Angels have been waging a secret war. Jervis Johnson presents a very special mission, with secret player briefings.
  • Watch the shadows - Kabal Lord Gav Thorpe introduces the shadowy Mandrakes.
  • Seriously spiky! - The Chaos Predator is out! And with it the plastic Chaos Spiky sprue. New bloke Matt Hutson takes a look at some alternative uses for your spikes (ouch!), then shows how to use Predators and Rhinos in a Chaos Space Marine force.
  • A secret war - darkness falls - The Dark Angels clash with the foul forces of Chaos. Are the Dark Angels there to purge the traitors or for a more sinister reason of their own?

Battlefleet Gothic:

  • De'Aynes fighting ships of the Gothic Sector - De'Aynes turns it attention to the mysterious Eldar corsair fleets that plague the Gothic Sector and were instrumental in bringing victory to the Imperial forces during the conflict.
  • Fighting the Eldar - Imperial Fleet Admiral Jim Butler brings us a brief treatise on dealing with Eldar raiders.
  • Hunter, prey - the raid on Vedyaria outpost - The Imperial fleet believe they have caught the Eldar raiders that have been plaguing their sector, but are they falling into a deadly trap of the Eldar's devising? A tense Battlefleet Gothic report between the Imperial fleet of Admiral Che Webster and the Eldar corsairs of the notorious Pirate Prince John Carter.
  • New contacts - Fleet Admiral Nick Davis and Chaos Warmaster Rich Baker take a look at this month's newly released ships and the Blackstone Fortress for Battlefleet Gothic.

An overview of the contents for Warhammmer Fantasy Battles can be found here.

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