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White Dwarf 234
Cover Artist Geoff Taylor
Released June 1999
Parallel issue(s) 150px-Flag of Australia.png White Dwarf 234

150px-Flag of USA.png White Dwarf 233
150px-Flag of France.png White Dwarf 62
150px-Flag of Spain.png White Dwarf 50
150px-Flag of Germany.svg.png White Dwarf 42
150px-Flag of Italy.png White Dwarf 4

Preceded by White Dwarf 233
Followed by White Dwarf 235

White Dwarf 234 (July 1999)


Warhammer 40,000:

  • Swift death - Dark Lord Gav Thorpe gives budding Archons a slice of his dark tactical wisdom.
  • Deep purple - Paul Handley of GW Nottingham store (now at Loughborough) has a rather splendid Dark Eldar army. And here it is.
  • Red rage - When we first saw Ian Dearie's Bezerker army we were so impressed we asked him to bring it in. He did, along with an entire battlefield he has constructed to fight over!
  • Burning rubber - Bikes, the cavalry of the 41st Millenium, are a potent weapon in the right hands. Simon Shuker mounts up and takes a look at their various roles on the battlefield.
  • Company of ravens - Iain Compton takes a look at one of the specialised companies of the Dark Angels Chapter - the Ravenwing.
  • Chapter Approved - Questions & answers, new rules, Tzeentch summoning and the Grey Knights - a secretive Chapter created to fight the forces of Chaos. What more could you want?
  • Ruined - He's at it again! You can't turn around without tripping over one of Nick Davis' modelling projects. This time he has turned his attention to the WH40K plastic Gothic Ruins.
  • Kruellagh the Vile - One of the most beautiful, feared and hated of the Dark Eldar. We uncover an ancient transcript that sheds new light on this dangerous beauty.
  • Ravager - This deadly tank hunter has been sighted in Dark Eldar armies and Dark Lord Gav Thorpe takes us through its test run.
  • Loss of contact with Vidium - Inquisitor Amadeus of the Ordo Xenos investigates the loss of contact with the Imperial planet of Vidium.

Battlefleet Gothic:

  • De'Aynes fighting ships of the Gothic Sector - The indispensable De'Aynes ship guide turns its attention to the crude Ork pirate fleets that rampage out of the Cyclops Cluster to wreak havoc and pillage Imperial shipping.

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


  • Ad: Dark Eldar Boxed Sets
  • Swift Death - Dark Eldar Tactics
  • Deep Purple - Dark Eldar Tactics
  • Boxing Clever - Multi-Pose Plastic Boxed Sets (Warhammer Regiments & 40K Battle Squads)
  • Burning Rubber - Bike Tactics
  • Company of Ravens - Ravenwing Tactics
  • Master of the Ravenwing's Land Speeder
  • Ad: Rogue Trader Stores
  • Chapter Approved - Space Wolves Update, Grey Knights, Q&A, Putting the Tzap into Tzeentch (Codex Chaos Errata), House Rules
  • Ruined! - Gothic Building Conversions
  • Kruellagh the Vile - Dark Eldar Pirate Lord
  • Ravager - Dark Eldar Tank Hunter
  • Loss of Contact with Vidium - Background: Inquisitor Report
  • Ad: New Releases - Dark Angels (Master of the Ravenwing, Veteran Space Marines)
  • Ad: New Releases - Dark Eldar (Kruellagh the Vile, Ravager)
  • Ad: New Releases - Chaos Space Marine Bike Squad
  • Design Studio

'Eavy Metal

Miniature Catalogue

  • The Kabal of the Broken Soul - Paul Handley's Dark Eldar Army (Conversions)
  • Red Rage - Khorne World Eaters Conversions
  • Hunt for the Fallen - 1999 Rogue Trader Battle Tour Conversions
  • Crimson Fists Space Marines

Additional Information

  • ISSN 0265-8712

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