Xenthorp Garrisons - Codex Imperial Guard 3rd Ed. page 32


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In which I narrate mostly a chart! There was some lore on the same page, but I felt like it was missing some context without the full chart rundown. Plus, this is the final piece from Codex Imperial Guard (3rd. ed) and I didn't want to end it on a tiny little piece. I've had requests to cover old Eldar and Ork codices, but keep missing out on those as their eBay prices inflate beyond my means. I don't suppose you want to donate one to me, do you? If so, get in touch using the methods below. If you've enjoy listening to Oldex in, I'd really appreciate it if you would leave a review on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever you found this to help spread the word: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/oldex/id1574187584 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1aehYQH8DpHRlWNbRufQTN?si=8b69327427704038

Many thanks to Jervis Johnson and Gav Thorpe for writing this story I grew up with.

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