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Title: Inquisitor PDFs (Looking for an old article? LOOK HERE!)
Post by: MarcoSkoll on August 02, 2009, 06:37:32 PM
Welcome to "The Skoll Archive" - as far as I know, the biggest collection of supplemental Inquisitor material available on the internet today!
Enjoy - it took a lot of relentless trawling through Internet Archives and eBay to bring it all together.

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Main Root Folder
http://www.mediafire.com/MarcoSkoll

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"Official" GW material
Root folder (http://www.mediafire.com/?nnsuwpy3j2t6r)

Inquisitor Living Rulebook v1.1: (NOT presently in any bulk pack.)
ZIP Download (Parts 1 & 2) (http://www.mediafire.com/?zzlvqyw4ilm9ylj)

Mega Bulk Pack:
Bulk Pack (~127 MB) (http://www.mediafire.com/?ci9mx4tqtd971v5) - now includes Inquisitor: Conspiracies

Specialist Games site files:
Bulk pack (~50 MB) (http://www.mediafire.com/?2fi4qiyilbdzk6c) - all the official files released by Specialist Games/Fanatic Online that I could actually get my hands on.
Individual files (Folder) (http://www.mediafire.com/?8vogxgrle1kgg)

Assorted Exterminatus Articles:
Bulk pack (~35 MB) (http://www.mediafire.com/?dkkz2io584sjjmd)
Individual files (Folder) (http://www.mediafire.com/?52kszf1twaidk)

Inquisitor: Conspiracies:
Bulk pack (~15 MB) (http://www.mediafire.com/?p1zf2hje2w6gvx9)
Individual books (Folder) (http://www.mediafire.com/?aevjkhkcm5l1y)

Inquisitor 2002 Annual:
Bulk pack (~30 MB) (http://www.mediafire.com/?36o23h52wldd4dp)
Individual articles (Folder) (http://www.mediafire.com/?q6gu396blt86y)

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Dark Magenta
Root Folder (http://www.mediafire.com/?zw7lagwd3dts2)

Bulk pack #1 (~70 MB) (http://www.mediafire.com/?et31n3usnqpfr62) - all DM Articles, Issues and Sourcebooks from pre-2014.
Articles (Folder) (http://www.mediafire.com/?2wf9n8t4fowre)
Issues (Folder)  (http://www.mediafire.com/?fmjid3u0ad9qv)
Sourcebooks (Folder) (http://www.mediafire.com/?icqasx56aopcp)

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Fan created material
Root Folder (http://www.mediafire.com/?qlry7623jl7zl)

Assorted Articles and Player Aids (Folder) (http://www.mediafire.com/?8qoxq7wvw99ls)
> Sub-Folder: Marco's Stuff (http://www.mediafire.com/?9b4x3fq3bk43p)
Campaign Packs (Folder) (http://www.mediafire.com/?910l0nfbbuwbx)
Promotional Material (http://www.mediafire.com/?ji589a0clownw)

Disclaimer
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No profit is being made from this project, and it provides only material that is out of print or was freely available from official online sources.

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Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on August 06, 2009, 09:29:06 AM
For the convenience of whomsoever wishes to have them, I've temporarily uploaded the DM sourcebooks (not the Magazines I'm afraid, because they're too large a file-size for the connection I'm currently on) so they've got internet hosting until the site is back up.

I'll be taking them down once DM is back up and running - or should anyone have issues with my doing so.

Their folder is below:
EDIT: Dark Magenta is back up, so link removed.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on August 15, 2009, 11:32:55 AM
I've just uploaded the Dark Magenta Issues as well (to be found on the same link as above), so those are mirrored as well.

As before, to be taken down when DM is back up, but there's demand for this stuff. No reason to deprive the people.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on August 20, 2009, 10:03:52 PM
Update:
As Dark Magenta's site is back up, the DM files have been taken off the download list, so you'll need to link to the site for them now (as is appropriate).

...okay, to tell the truth, they're still on the hosting. I've just disabled downloads on them.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on September 19, 2009, 12:50:06 AM
I've done a minor organisation change on the hosting, shifting all Inquisitor files, be they "official" GW releases or Fan-made content (okay, this is currently just what I've written...) so they're in respective sub-folders of the main folder linked from the default mediafire.com/MarcoSkoll address.

Nothing major, but as the Revised Armoury seems to be pulling almost as many downloads as the official files, I decided to stop hiding it away in a dark corner of the hosting, but wanted to make sure that it wasn't mistaken for "official".

And on that note, I've got to get back to writing said armoury.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on September 20, 2009, 03:13:28 AM
After a lengthy analysis and processing by my own teams, data extracted from archives of the now ended "Project Exterminatus" which I have received from one of my agents in the field has been entered into the datastream for viewing, assessment and use by my Inquisitorial peers.

I must warn my colleagues that potential issues with the nature of this data may cause it to be declared heretical by the Inquisitor Lords and require it to be removed from the datastream. Due to these possible complications, this data will not be compiled within the main collection and will be filed separately in order to make it easier for the texts to be withdrawn from circulation.

The files in question are organised in such a fashion so they may be found via the standard datastream access address. For direct access, the information can be found both available in collected (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?i4nqhn3t0zn) and individual (http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=83a8065900393694ab1eab3e9fa335ca9ed1bdd93b3c7aad) forms.

Inquisitor Marco Robert Skoll, Order Perditus

Dull OOC Version: Some Exterminatus scans from someone I promised I'd keep anonymous. They're not going to be part of the main download, because GW could quite reasonably get much more shirty about these being online than the old SG site stuff, and it'll be a bigger problem to sort out if I bundle it all in.

These files and their folder can be found by going through the default mediafire.com/MarcoSkoll link.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: Mang on December 04, 2009, 01:07:05 AM
I thought I aught to let you know, but the bulk download doesn't open or unzip. Well, not on my computer anyway!

I get an error message saying files are corrupted.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on December 04, 2009, 01:31:46 AM
It's possible you've only achieved a partial download - some internet connections can interrupt large downloads.

If you've not got a ~49.5 MB file, you'll have to try and download it again. If it should consistently cut out partway, then I haven't got any easy solution.

At some point, I might be able to organise splitting the download up into about 5 "bite-size" chunks for people with difficult connections (as opposed to downloading each of the 95 files one by one), but that'd take quite a bit of time on my part, and I'm not currently not blessed with lots of said resource.

So, try again. If it keeps going wrong, I'll try and arrange something, but don't expect it immediately.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: Mang on December 10, 2009, 08:48:45 PM
Sorry, I should have said. I did get the files, but I had to go through the long winded download each one meathod
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: monkhmer on December 11, 2009, 11:46:03 AM
Has anyone yet to print these in a single volume?  I was thinking about getting a volume of the essentials printed for my buddy as an Xmas present.  Which ones would you consider "essential"?  What's a page count for these items totaled?
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on December 11, 2009, 02:03:30 PM
Has anyone yet to print these in a single volume?
The stuff from White Dwarf and Exterminatus can be found in the two now-OOP Annuals. (Sometimes found on the eBuy)

The stuff from Fanatic and Fanatic Online - so far, it's unprinted and, given the reduction of support for Specialist Games, I can't see them suddenly deciding to.

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Which ones would you consider "essential"?
Essential? None of them are essential, in the sense that you don't really have to go beyond the rulebook, and you can be pretty flexible about that anyway.

I couldn't really pick out any to particularly recommend either - I bring them up as and when needed. There are a few I'd give a miss, but that's personal opinion.

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What's a page count for these items totaled?
Haven't a clue. Remember though, some of them are reference sheets, characters, blank character sheets - not actual articles.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: Kaled on December 11, 2009, 02:53:37 PM
As with Marco, I wouldn't consider any of them to be 'essential', but some of the more interesting or useful ones that spring to mind include; the Alien Generator, the article on the Ordo Sicarius, the Chaos psychic powers, the Eldar article, the one on the Arbites and the article on Explorators, the Escape from Cephalon battle report, Gav's article on marines, the one on Navigators, the Sisters article, Lectures on the Wych and Derek's Piercing the Shadows article on the philosophy of the game.

That's far from an exhaustive list, there are other good ones too...
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: Macabre on December 13, 2009, 05:49:50 PM
I have to be honest, but I have a nigh on complete archive of all the Inquisitor files in electronic form (including Exterminatus 1 through 7, but that might be Marco's file and the INQ annual 2002), some were aquired by less legitimate means, plus I do have practically everything in hard copy (so creating other electronic copies may be possible in the future) and I'm currently working on doing the same for the Conspiracy series (starting with the Cirian Legacy). Saussure is probably going to slap me something chronic for this, but PM me if your looking for anything in particular...
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: Saussure on December 13, 2009, 08:17:54 PM
Saussure is probably going to slap me something chronic for this, but PM me if your looking for anything in particular...

:-X

Not up to me what you distribute in your free time, Macabre - but let's not conduct any more of the business on the main Conclave board, please.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: Macabre on December 13, 2009, 09:14:13 PM
Sorry, Boss. I'm just trying to keep the hobby alive by making it more accessible to all than GW is currently.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: Kasthan on January 24, 2010, 10:09:52 PM
Marco, just been using your Armoury to place together some weapons for characters, but I've noticed a couple of oversights.
1. No starting weight is set for las weapons
2. In the fluff las weapon packs (the standard ones) recharge with heat exposure or light. Might be worth putting in for campaign rules, as this is one of the long term benefits of las weapons.
Just thought you should know.
Kasthan
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on January 25, 2010, 02:02:11 AM
More something for the Revised Armoury thread, but I'll deal with it here.

1. No starting weight is set for las weapons
Starting weight is essentially set as part of the "Frame" part. Either way, summing up the Enc values gives the end result.

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2. In the fluff las weapon packs (the standard ones) recharge with heat exposure or light. Might be worth putting in for campaign rules, as this is one of the long term benefits of las weapons.
I've got a section on Las Ammunition packs in my main file. However, at the time I copied the sections out of my main file to put together this version, I left it out as it felt rushed and incomplete.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on April 25, 2010, 07:35:10 PM
Kaled PMed me earlier asking if I would be prepared to host the files from the Spring Conclave campaign pack.

And I certainly was. They are now available both as a bulk pack (http://www.mediafire.com/?42r4y2ugiqi) and Individual files (http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=83a8065900393694ab1eab3e9fa335cad2b214fde669601c).

If you want to discuss said files, there is a topic at this link (http://www.the-conclave.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=683.0) for you to do so.

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As a general note, if anyone else has written files they'd like uploaded to the "Inquisitorial Archives", then don't hesitate to ask - I'm equally happy to host official and unofficial files.

I'm getting thousands of downloads a month on the archives, so they're already a core source for Inquisitor files anyway.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: DapperAnarchist on April 25, 2010, 07:52:33 PM
When I get round to re-writing the Hrud rules I had and lost, I may submit them to you...
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: Kaled on April 25, 2010, 07:54:41 PM
Don't forget that Dark Magenta is always in need of articles, and we'd be very happy to take a look at any articles that people have written...
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on April 25, 2010, 08:56:51 PM
Definitely as Kaled says. If you do have an actual article, please offer it to Dark Magenta first.

Other resources are fine, but if you're asking me about hosting something that sounds like it would be of use to Dark Magenta, don't be surprised if I redirect you in their direction first.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on August 01, 2010, 07:17:34 PM
+++ DATA STREAM UPLOAD DETECTED +++
+++ DETERMINING SOURCE +++
+++ IDENTITY CONFIRMED: INQUISITOR MARCO ROBERT SKOLL, ORDER PERDITUS +++
+++ DISPLAYING +++

Fellow Inquisitors,

My data-servitors have successfully managed to decode further extracts of the essays from the Project Exterminatus. The writings are taken the 6th volume and concern the servants of the dark gods.

Inquisitor Kelly's treatise on the physically manifest daemon (http://www.mediafire.com/?275bv80ihhc20nb)
Savant-Scribe McNeill's work on the bindings of daemonhosts (http://www.mediafire.com/?06scfci9y2cf5uq)

Be forewarned, many consider the writings of Project Exterminatus to be extreme heresy.

+++ FILE TERMINATES +++

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Out of character, these were some of the most requested files, so as I could get my hands on them, here they are. These are not currently part of the ZIP download, as there are other files I may get my hands on soon and don't want to re-upload the ZIP pack more than necessary.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: DapperAnarchist on August 01, 2010, 10:26:31 PM
I'm having problems downloading the Unbound Daemonhost article - initially, it just looped back to "to start your download click here", then when it goes beyond that, it gets stuck, "downloads it", but there's nothing there, not in the Temp folder or anywhere...
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: Molotov on August 01, 2010, 10:36:58 PM
Both files work fine for me - thanks for putting them up.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on August 02, 2010, 12:07:45 AM
I've done a check on that file... downloads fine for me.

Also, another one. Saussure's article on character creation (http://www.mediafire.com/?g79utyvzms5jdti) from Exterminatus 10. (Sorry, a bit too tired to do any In Character blurb to go with this one).
It can't really be used without the WD 258 random generator (although it may appear soon), but I'm no fan of them (them being random generators) anyway. Still worth it for Derek's well reasoned opening on "why characters shouldn't be godlike" though, which was probably the start of the "Conclave Standard" mentality for more than a few of us.

The scan is a little less slick than the other ones (some of the pages are a bit wonky) but as it's still readable, I can't be bothered to fix it right now.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: Jarrik32 on August 26, 2010, 10:44:53 PM
This probably isn't the place to ask but what is Dark Magenta?
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: DapperAnarchist on August 26, 2010, 10:53:29 PM
Fan-run magazine of Inquisitor material. Found here - http://www.darkmagenta.co.uk/ (http://www.darkmagenta.co.uk/). Pretty similar to the old Fanatic Online, but without the GW imprimatur - not that that makes much difference (indeed, the overall quality so far may well be superior!). There's a board dedicated to it below the Ordos Majoris section on this forum.

Also, its a slightly silly name for a super-high level clearance for Inquisitors.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: greenstuff_gav on August 26, 2010, 10:55:33 PM
This probably isn't the place to ask but what is Dark Magenta?

You're right... they have a subforum (http://www.the-conclave.co.uk/forum/index.php?board=7.0) ;)

However, Dark Magenta (http://darkmagenta.co.uk/) is an unofficial, fan written E-zine covering all aspects of Inquisitor; from new rules sets, fiction and battle reports, it's well worth a look  8)
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: Saussure on August 26, 2010, 11:02:18 PM
Dark Magenta is a magazine that needs everyone to write articles! *Hint, Hint*  ;)

P.S. MarcoSkoll, you are an officer and a gent for digging up that old piece on Character Creation. Saussure himself was first created by those rules, even if they did need a bit of a tweak in certain instances...
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on August 27, 2010, 12:51:18 AM
P.S. MarcoSkoll, you are an officer and a gent for digging up that old piece on Character Creation.
Heh. It's one of the few things I actually have in hard copy!
I'm one of those unfortunates who was sort of on-off reading Exterminatus and only have a small fraction of the issues.

And that reminds me - I should really upload the 2002 Annual. But that's going to be a horrible several hour scanning job... Ugh.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on August 28, 2010, 03:22:41 PM
Thanks to Jarrik32, who pointed out that the main SG site bulk download link was broken.

For whatever reason, it had gone missing off the hosting - I think probably because of clumsiness on my part while doing a reorganisation. Said issue has been fixed.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on September 29, 2010, 04:56:03 PM
Biggest update in a long time this one. The Inquisitor 2002 Annual is now available for download.

It comes in Bulk ZIP (http://www.mediafire.com/?36o23h52wldd4dp) (~30 MB), and individual article (http://www.mediafire.com/?q6gu396blt86y) formats, as normal.

Missing gaps in the page numbers are either superfluous (mostly artwork, all of which is available in the regular rulebook) or in the case of the long p18-33 gap, it's all character sheets which are already available.

Next job: Scanning the parts of the rulebook not included in the PDF.
EDIT: On reconsideration, job cancelled. As the rulebook is still on sale, I cannot in good conscience upload its contents, even if I do think it should have been in the PDF.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: DapperAnarchist on October 09, 2010, 07:36:25 PM
What a *cough cough* pity *cough* that there are no PDF versions of the complete rulebook online, really... *cough cough*.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: greenstuff_gav on October 09, 2010, 08:31:00 PM
Really (http://www.games-workshop.com/gws/content/article.jsp?catId=cat480007a&categoryId=1100009&section=&aId=4900004)?
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on October 09, 2010, 08:41:31 PM
Those aren't truly complete, Gav - there are quite a few sections missing. (Quite a bit of the art, the modelling sections, Jervis' "Running a campaign" section and the designer's notes to list the bigger pieces.)

As my comment in my last post says, I'd been considering scanning in the missing parts, but I rethought - as the rulebook is still sold by GW, I can no longer justify it as making out-of-print material available again.
Scanning and distributing in-print material is further down the route of piracy than I want to go.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: viper_eX on October 30, 2010, 02:17:16 PM
MarcoSkoll, somehow, the downloading of the complete SG-PDFs doesn't work, it keeps saying there's no server with the data on it.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on October 30, 2010, 05:16:05 PM
That's probably going to be server maintenance. I think the response for this one is wait and see if it comes back up.

If it's still down tomorrow, I'll reupload it, but there's little point in running around like a headless chicken just yet.

EDIT: Seems like it's not coming back up. I've got to go to bed now, so I can't solve it just yet, but I'll handle it tomorrow.
I'll also use it as an opportunity to upload the mega bulk download which I've finally put together - basically all the current three bulk packages in one.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on October 31, 2010, 04:00:37 PM
Okay...

I tried a re-upload, but it suffered the same problem. I don't know exactly why - it may be that it decided that it was the same as the old file and just kept trying to use the old (broken) data. (MediaFire doesn't normally allow doubles of the same file - I had deleted the old one, so it's odd... but unless they're specifically blocking downloads of that file, I can't see any other reason.)

However, a slightly different file (no more than a few small changes to the ReadMe text) seems fine. I think I've updated the most relevant links (opening post of this topic and my signature both here and on Warseer), but tell me if I've missed any important links that need changing.

I'll upload the Mega pack later.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: MarcoSkoll on November 13, 2010, 01:39:01 AM
Finally, I give you the "Mega Bulk Pack" - 113 MB of Inquisitory goodness (http://www.mediafire.com/?1h9j7x45hrhtiym).

With this, there has been a reorganisation on the Archive. The individual "mini bulk packs" have been moved into their related folders, and the Mega Bulk pack has replaced them on the main page.

Be warned, the "Bulk" link in my signature has not been changed and will continue to point to just the pack of the SG/Fanatic Online articles.
I'm not going to link directly to a pack that includes scans of print material under every single post I make.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs
Post by: ismeno on January 02, 2011, 09:09:53 PM
A HUGE thank you for spending time and effort on this. Just got back into =I= and this is really helping me out. Cheers. :)
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs (Looking for an old article? LOOK HERE!)
Post by: MarcoSkoll on January 17, 2011, 12:44:06 PM
Huh. I've just checked the numbers of files, and it looks like there must be a couple missing from the individual SG site files folder. I'll try and get that sorted.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs (Looking for an old article? LOOK HERE!)
Post by: MarcoSkoll on April 18, 2011, 07:38:36 PM
In the process of recovering a copy of the data banks on my failing cogitator unit, the Tech-adepts were required to sort through to remove duplicate data (for such a thing is a waste of the Omnissiah's data storage, apparently.)

As a result, they have finally analysed the file lists in-depth and have tracked down a number of errors in the Skoll Archive's data streams.

Eversor.pdf (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?u4uzfyrzn2o) and Vindicare.pdf (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?rmmyoguomde) (both from the SG site) are missing from both the SG and Mega ZIP packs. Both will be remedied when I am on a better connection (It's ~150 MB or more to upload, not good for a somewhat unreliable mobile broadband connection), but in the meantime, the files can be picked up individually to complete your collection.

Camp Intro.pdf (http://www.mediafire.com/?z77z7a7xxo04059), Q+A.pdf (http://www.mediafire.com/?dqth532hnc2gx5f) and Trojaan+Conspiracy.doc (http://www.mediafire.com/?u22i7dkuk9vhch9) were missing from the Individual files folder, but have now been uploaded. All three were previously available in the bulk packs.

Sorry about that. I'm only human, and it seems that my slightly messy organisational skills extend to the stuff on my hard drive, so some things got lost in compiling the Archives.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs (Looking for an old article? LOOK HERE!)
Post by: Shannow on April 18, 2011, 07:54:45 PM

Sorry about that. I'm only human.


So you claim..... I'm not convinced!!!!
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs (Looking for an old article? LOOK HERE!)
Post by: MarcoSkoll on April 27, 2011, 09:18:48 PM
Update to the above. Slight mistake on my part. The SG Bulk pack was not affected by the missing files, although the Mega Pack was.

The updated Mega Pack is now uploaded and linked in the first post. In case you're wondering, the file size has come down slightly because I realised an obsolete file was in there and removed it. (A scanned reference sheet, unnecessary now the proper file is available.)
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs (Looking for an old article? LOOK HERE!)
Post by: MarcoSkoll on July 07, 2011, 02:42:54 AM
Hello. I recently received a large donation of Fanatic Magazines, which have offered some more stuff to go on the hosting in the near future. Mostly masterclasses and showcases, but I figure they can still prove useful.

While I'm at it, I am still on an Ebay hunt for any material I might not have. But if anyone has a scanner and is willing to spend the time to scan in any interesting material that might be missing...

I'm currently without:
Fanatic #1
Exterminatus #2-5, #7-9
All of the Conspiracies series
2004 Annual
Any WD stuff that wasn't repeated in the 2002 Annual. (My collection of issues that cover things like Paul Rudge's catacomb build is incomplete).

I am hunting all of these things, but help is appreciated, particularly as often when they come up, the price often becomes plain unreasonable. (Which is ironic, given I'm trying to make the material freely available.)
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs (Looking for an old article? LOOK HERE!)
Post by: Inquisitor Octavian Lars on July 07, 2011, 08:05:44 AM
Is the catacomb build the one with the daemon stone made of black  and green marble.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs (Looking for an old article? LOOK HERE!)
Post by: MarcoSkoll on July 07, 2011, 12:30:42 PM
That it is. I've got some of those issues, but I can never remember how many. I'll check the exact numbers later, but off the top of my head, most of that stuff is in issues starting around 260.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs (Looking for an old article? LOOK HERE!)
Post by: DapperAnarchist on July 07, 2011, 12:48:56 PM
I have 5 out of the first 6 issues, though I'd have to check the numbers. Most of its on the Archive already, though I have Phil Kelly's building a warband and evolving a warband articles.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs (Looking for an old article? LOOK HERE!)
Post by: Inquisitor Octavian Lars on July 07, 2011, 07:34:46 PM
I picked up that very issue in a charity shop once a few months ago.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs (Looking for an old article? LOOK HERE!)
Post by: MarcoSkoll on July 10, 2011, 08:03:08 PM
It ran over four issues, Octavian, so there's no "that very issue".

I've just checked and I've got issues 260, 261 and 263 - so I'm missing part 3 in #262. However, it's going fairly cheap on Ebay right now.

Issues of interest which I'm missing appear to be:

#257
#258
#262
#264
#269
#275

All appear to be available on Ebay, so we should get closer to a complete collection...
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs (Looking for an old article? LOOK HERE!)
Post by: DapperAnarchist on July 10, 2011, 08:34:56 PM
If I can, I'll check my parents house for them. That might take a while though, so don't rely on me.
Title: Re: Inquisitor PDFs (Looking for an old article? LOOK HERE!)
Post by: MarcoSkoll on July 10, 2011, 11:28:06 PM
Well, I've just won a copy of Exterminatus #2 on Ebay. Four down, Six to go.

I may have to beg and borrow some of the missing issues so I can scan them, but we may yet one day hit the holy grail of a complete and unlimited archive of Inquisitor material.

Well, if I can ever work out what that missing file "Pstruggles.doc" was - I know it existed, as it was linked on the Wayback archive, but it seems that it itself was never archived.
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on July 26, 2011, 08:42:00 PM
To keep you guys appraised on this quest for completeness, I've recently won copies of the 2004 Annual, Heavenfall and Death of an Angel on Ebay. There's also a copy of Cirian Legacy up at the moment that I've got my eye on, so the quest to get all the books is going well.

A complete collection of Exterminatus might well take longer, although there is a job lot running at the moment which includes some of the ones I'm missing. (I don't doubt that I'm going to end up with multiple spares of some issues...)

I suspect this drive is going to be the end of a complete "Mega Bulk Pack", because that would easily go beyond the file size limit on the MediaFire account, but that will a slightly easier prospect for me to keep track of, at least while I'm adding all the "new" stuff.

ETA on this stuff is unknown (it takes a long while for things to accidentally fall on a scanner), but it is coming.
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Post by: wargame_insomniac on July 26, 2011, 10:03:22 PM
D'oh- I fear that we were bidding against each other as i have just lost out on those very items!

I have been eyeing up a job lot of Exterminatus magazines (issues 1-4, 10 IIRC). If that is the same one then PM so I don;t end up bidding against you and inadvertently driving up the price.

James

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Post by: MarcoSkoll on July 26, 2011, 11:06:11 PM
D'oh- I fear that we were bidding against each other as i have just lost out on those very items!
Quite possibly. The forum often ends up bidding against itself.

Still, I wouldn't ever ask anyone to not bid on things I'm looking for - it's more than a bit cheeky, not to mention somewhat corrupt. "Arch Data-Archivist" or not, people shouldn't feel that I have any more right to win the auction than they do.

~~~~~

I suspect that is the same auction as I'm looking at (http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/200633294553), Insomniac. I need #3 and #4 from that lot, but as I've just said, it wouldn't be right to ask you to leave them alone. If you're offering... well, that's up to you.
~~~~~

On the note of issues I don't need, I will almost certainly have a load of spare Exterminatuses (Exterminatii? Exterminatodes?) hanging around by the time I'm done with this plan, and I'd be happy to let the forum have first pick of those for cheap before I re-auction the rest.

EDIT: Ouch, I've just seen what that other 2004 Annual on Ebay has shot up to. I know they don't come around that often, but that's madness.
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Post by: wargame_insomniac on July 27, 2011, 01:02:43 PM
Hi Marco- yes but you are scanning them and posting them up as PDF, so at least we all benefit.

On the Exterminatus magazines I am annoyed with myself because i thought I had a complete set. Yet I could only find issues 4 onwards. I am going to have a further hunt around to see If I can find my missing issues. Either way i won't bid on them as I don't want to drive the price up unnecessarily. If I don't find my missing copies I would be interested in getting issues 1 & 2 from you if you win that job lot.

I do want both Inquisitor Annual 2004 and death of An Angel (I have 2002 Annual and Cirian legacy) But as I'm out of work at the moment i am having to be careful what I spend. I have just seen that inquisitor Annual 2004 has shot up to 38.99!! When the last one had gone for 28.99 with 2 other bidders I had hoped this one would nt go for as much. Looks like this is beyond my price bracket for the time being.

Cheers

James
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on July 27, 2011, 02:25:13 PM
Hi Marco- yes but you are scanning them and posting them up as PDF, so at least we all benefit.
I suppose you can look at it as making it easier for me to give to you guys for free.
But even I don't know whether I'm using altruism as a justification for getting myself a complete collection or vice versa, so don't just assume I'm some selfless champion trying to right wrongs.

Of course, anything I can do to help spur the game and get extra players at events is a good thing. I just don't want to expect special treatment because of it.

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I have just seen that inquisitor Annual 2004 has shot up to 38.99!!
A quite painful price. But I wouldn't worry about it (particularly if you've got a mostly complete Exterminatus collection).

Mine arrived this morning, and while I was expecting I was already going to have most of it on the archives already... nope, except for one of the Eisenhorn short stories (which is still in print, so I'm not sure if uploading it would break my rule about not putting anything up that's still for sale), it's actually all already on the archives in one form or another.

Still, I knew that was a possibility, and I'm willing to just consider it a hard copy. And quite an astounding one at that - this particular copy looks almost like it could have come off the shelf yesterday.
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Post by: wargame_insomniac on July 27, 2011, 03:18:08 PM
Yes it did say in the auction that was for new copy, whereas the other one (at the astronomic price) is a used copy! I do like having both pdf and hard copy. Its easier to take the hard copy down to gaming club for a start.  So i will keep my eye out for 2004 Annual if price is more in my bracket.

What Inquisitor fiction has been printed? Obviously you have the Exterminatus magazines, the Eisenhorn and Ravenor Trilogies, plus the Henry Zou book (which I am just about to read). Plus the Enforcer books that are very similar in tone and content focusing on behind the scenes politics and intrigue etc.

What else is there? I am trying to remember if there was any Inquisitor fiction in either Inferno or Citadel Journal or Fanatic Magazines.

Cheers

James
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on July 27, 2011, 04:14:29 PM
Yes it did say in the auction that was for new copy, whereas the other one (at the astronomic price) is a used copy!
Most likely, people saw a copy slip out of their grip and decided to put in higher bids on the next one.

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I do like having both pdf and hard copy. Its easier to take the hard copy down to gaming club for a start.
Yeah. At some point I'm probably going to print off hard copies of the stuff that only exists in PDF. If only so I can turn a shelf somewhere into a little archive of it all.
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on August 03, 2011, 08:14:19 PM
Good news everyone!

I've just won a copy of Cirian Legacy, so as far as I know, that means I've got all (three?) of the Conspiracies books, and indeed a full book collection overall. So, I think we're down to just magazines now, which should be either easy (in the case of the WDs) or tedious (in the case of some of the rarer Exterminatii)

Scanning is slowly commencing, but it takes quite a long time to scan a book, and I'll be on a bad internet connection that I won't be able to upload from in a few days, so likely ETA is the other end of this month.
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Post by: wargame_insomniac on August 04, 2011, 12:47:09 PM
Excellent.

Did you get the job lot of Exterminatus magazines?

Cheers

James
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on September 16, 2011, 04:04:06 PM
Afternoon gentlemen and considerably less numerous ladies...

After some procrastination, the Inquisitor Conspiracies series is finally up on the Hosting:
ZIP archive (~15 MB) (http://www.mediafire.com/?p1zf2hje2w6gvx9)
Individual articles (Folder) (http://www.mediafire.com/?aevjkhkcm5l1y)

About 5 MB a piece, each with all 32 pages & inner/outer covers.

If you're reading this more than about 15 minutes after I've posted it, the bulk pack should also be updated to include them. Mega bulk pack now updated.
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Post by: wargame_insomniac on September 16, 2011, 07:58:23 PM
Thank you
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on September 16, 2011, 09:49:47 PM
No problem. By the way, PM me about those Exterminatus issues.

Also, to everyone else, apologies for a couple of slightly sloppy page scans here and there - most are probably in The Cirian Legacy, which was done first and a routine hadn't started yet.
The quality isn't completely stellar either, but it seemed readable and putting the resolution up would have at least doubled both scan time and filesize. It took ages as it was.

I'm not going to give any ETA on the White Dwarf, Exterminatus or Fanatic collections, as I don't have all of them yet and I have the slightly more pressing issue of the Autumn Conclave.
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Post by: Heroka Vendile on September 17, 2011, 01:37:35 PM
Dave, i've got all issues of white dwarf from that period and all bar 1 (I think) of Exterminatus, so if there's gaps in your collection email me and I'll scan and format the relevant issues/articles.
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on September 17, 2011, 04:25:11 PM
It's a bit hard to say at the moment.

I want to be able to have an utterly complete collection down to scenery, showcase and Masterclass articles, and I've not got a precise fix on what I've already got from which WDs and Exterminatii.
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Post by: TheNephew on February 29, 2012, 01:11:11 AM
I know I'm indulging in a fair bit of necromancy tonight, but this is one of those threads that would do no harm being nice and visible...

Is there a current up to date articles pack?
(And is the archive already sub-foldered for us, or will it spill forth in a torrent of individual files?)

Apologies if there is, and I just haven't made it as far as that thread in my catch-up yet.

Whether there is or not, thanks again Marco for keeping this together for the past half a decade, or however long it's been.
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on February 29, 2012, 03:06:51 AM
I know I'm indulging in a fair bit of necromancy tonight.
Meh. The general "rule" is that pinned threads are always free for posting in.

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Is there a current up to date articles pack?
All the links in the first post represent the latest and most complete file packs.

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however long it's been.
First files went live in late Nov 2008, so three and a quarter years.
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on March 15, 2012, 06:16:30 PM
It's been brought to my attention that GW have removed all the Specialist Games downloads from their site, rulebooks included.

This does not speak good things for the future of the game, but to do what I can, the Living Rulebook has been added to the archive: http://www.mediafire.com/?zzlvqyw4ilm9ylj
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Post by: Charax on March 15, 2012, 06:33:53 PM
Of tangential relevance, most of the Fanatic articles for all systems are available here (http://sg.tacticalwargames.net/fanatic/)

We may be on the cusp of some Specialist Games related events, they may not be good
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Post by: Inquisitor Octavian Lars on March 15, 2012, 09:09:35 PM
how evil of them!
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on March 16, 2012, 07:08:46 PM
Via Warseer (http://www.warseer.com/forums/showthread.php?336136-GW-removed-Mordheim-resources-from-main-website&p=6135522&viewfull=1#post6135522) - the outage in the content is apparently temporary.
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Post by: Dolnikan on March 16, 2012, 07:46:32 PM
Thank goodness, I was worried that they would remove them permanently.
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Post by: greenstuff_gav on March 16, 2012, 08:59:19 PM
huzzah for Andy Hall :)
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Post by: Kaled on April 01, 2012, 05:44:42 PM
The rulebook, Thorian Sourcebook and the few other articles are now back online.
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Post by: Helmgard on July 04, 2012, 07:11:06 PM
Just looking through, I notice your missing a few things, I've got a copy of the 2004 annual, as well as exterminatus 1-8, are there any articles or such you'd like copied from them for your files?

Also managed to get 2 copies of the 2002 annual.. not sure how! lol!
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on July 04, 2012, 08:45:27 PM
I do actually have a complete collection myself, but I'm a bit lazy digitising it. It takes a lot of rather tedious work that's unfortunately still involved enough that I can't get on with something else at the same time. As such, it takes some effort of will to commit to a scanning session.

The 2004 Annual, however, is deliberately not on there - everything in it, except the "Missing in Action" short story*, is already available in one of the other sections. Usually as a proper high quality text PDF, rather than a scan.
*Which I have not included, as it is currently in-print as part of the Eisenhorn Omnibus and would thus break my rule about not scanning and uploading in-print materials.

Thanks for the offer though.
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on September 07, 2012, 04:39:24 PM
While Dark Magenta's site is down (or until someone biffs me on the nose for doing it), I'm temporarily mirroring the articles, issues and sourcebooks. I will not presently be including any bulk packs.

Dark Magenta file mirror (http://www.mediafire.com/?zw7lagwd3dts2)
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on February 20, 2013, 04:41:49 PM
This isn't yet a useful update, but it is quite a major one...

(http://i772.photobucket.com/albums/yy3/MarcoSkoll/Miscellaneous/CIMG8731-800.jpg) (http://i772.photobucket.com/albums/yy3/MarcoSkoll/Miscellaneous/CIMG8731-1600.jpg)

This is, as far as I know, everything GW ever printed for Inquisitor, save model catalogues - at least prior to recent Blanchitsu articles with 28mm models.
15 issues of WD, 10 issues of Exterminatus, 10 issues of Fanatic, 3 Conspiracies books, 2 Annuals and a rulebook.

The completion of my White Dwarf collection is thanks to Van Helser offering me the pick of his stack* (due to his moving house).
*Actually, those are all his. I told him to just send me all the issues with Inquisitor stuff, because my pre-2004 collection was sporadic and not very well looked after. I owed him quite a lot of postage.

It's been a little costly to acquire some of it, but it is now all secure and archived on my shelves - ready for whenever I finally have the patience to operate a scanner for hours.
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Post by: aeprod on February 20, 2013, 04:57:57 PM
Awesome.

I've always been curious what is in Exterminatus #10... that's the only issue I've never been able to track down.
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Post by: Shannow on February 20, 2013, 04:58:28 PM
Sweet Holy Emperor of Man....
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on February 20, 2013, 06:34:34 PM
I've always been curious what is in Exterminatus #10... that's the only issue I've never been able to track down.
Beyond the normal introduction, news and letters pages:

- Plundering the Movies (Andy Hall talks about taking inspiration from films)
- Sabellus the Forsaken (Crime Lord background and rules)
- Inquisitor Masterclass - Crime Lord
- Giving birth to a Monster (Derek Gillespie/Saussure talks about using less powerful characters - this later evolved into what's normally known as "Conclave standard")

Most of that is already on the Archive though.

Normally, though, the expensive/hard one to find is Exterminatus #8 - it was accidentally missed out of the subscription (at least in the UK, not sure about elsewhere) and thus relatively few copies exist.
I was lucky to find an overlooked international listing and get mine for less than half the normal going rate.

Sweet Holy Emperor of Man....
All in the role of an Arch Data-Archivist - got to have a complete archive.
(I guess there probably aren't that many similar collections - and I imagine most of the rest are owned by other members).
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Post by: greenstuff_gav on February 20, 2013, 06:53:54 PM
15 issues of WD

i maybe offering the same for a prize for the GT.. just need to check thru 'em :)

but yay! bet looks just as impressive on a shelf :D
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Post by: Inquisitor Goldeneye on March 06, 2013, 09:19:37 PM
Hear that?

That's the sound of my jaw hitting the floor! Cracking job there, Marco!

I myself have all the Exterminatuses (Exterminati?) except numbers 8 & 3; any chance of getting a summary of their contents?
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on March 06, 2013, 10:38:20 PM
Aside from the modelling articles*, those two are actually already on the archive, but...
(As before, aside from the introduction, news and letters pages)

Issue 3
- The Twisting Path (Chaos Psychic powers)
- Talon (Background and rules)
- Inquisitor Masterclass - Mynarc the Unforgiven
- Inquisitor Masterclass - Talon
- Mynarc the Unforgiven (Background and rules)
- Q & A
- Converting the Masses (Converting chaos characters)

Issue 8:
- Sister Repentia (Sororitas in Inquisitor)
- Lady Jena Orechiel (Background and rules)
- Inquisitor Masterclass - Sister Repentia
- Inquisitor Masterclass - Female Inquisitor
- Bringers of Death (Ordo Sicarius article)

*The modelling articles are, however, pretty important - there's some great inspiration in amongst all the masterclasses and showcases. The terrain articles sprinkled throughout the various issues are good stuff too.
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Post by: gwrulz on June 22, 2013, 02:59:29 AM
So somehow I have lost my thumbdrive with all my Inquisitor files from Marco.  And now it's not letting me download them.  Any help guys?

Also, I thought there was a file of posters?
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on June 22, 2013, 09:15:56 AM
Which files are you having difficulty with? I've just checked the big bulk pack, and it's downloaded fine for me. It had a Captcha type thing on it this time around but the file appears complete to a cursory check.

... as far as a file of posters, you've got me a bit bamboozled there. If you're talking about stuff to print off for scenery, I can't recall ever having had something like that on the archive.
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Post by: Raghnall on March 23, 2016, 05:26:52 PM
Does anyone know where I can find a copy of the Instant Inquisitor Maker that used to be on DarkReign? The site is down, and I can't find anything through google, but I thought someone* might still have it.

*Probably Marco
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on March 23, 2016, 05:59:00 PM
That's not one I had, but I sent Silva to go and rough up a few underhive snitches until they told her where it was.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/waur9hidzo8kaly/Instant+Inquisitor+Maker+Dark+Reign.txt
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Post by: Raghnall on March 23, 2016, 06:31:09 PM
That was impressively quick.
Cheers Marco.
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Post by: LordBaal on April 06, 2016, 01:51:07 AM
Hi mr MarcoSkoll. I signed up on this forum with the express superpose of thanking you for preserving and keeping available such valuable materials! Thanks for your efforts!
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on April 22, 2016, 12:36:08 AM
A promotional material folder (https://www.mediafire.com/folder/ji589a0clownw/Promotional_Material) has been added to the Archive.

The 2015 Inquisitor leaflet has been moved here, and it has been joined by the poster I put together for the 2016 IGT, as well as high resolution versions of The Conclave logo* for both light and dark backgrounds - previews below:

(http://i772.photobucket.com/albums/yy3/MarcoSkoll/Miscellaneous/Conclave-625.jpg)
(http://i772.photobucket.com/albums/yy3/MarcoSkoll/Miscellaneous/Conclave%20logo%20-%20Black5%20625.jpg)

The full versions have transparency, so can be used on any background desired. (If you peer at them too close though, it's painfully clear they've been drawn rather than done in a properly in a vector graphics program, but I work with what I have).

If you're looking for this reduced version of the logo though...

(http://i772.photobucket.com/albums/yy3/MarcoSkoll/Miscellaneous/ConclaveI-150.jpg)

... well, I don't know where my original full resolution file has gone for that, so I'm going to have to reconstruct it.

~~~~~

* Okay, it's not actually the 'Clave logo, but it's the knockoff I made when we needed a high resolution version (our attempts to source the original files having been met with failure).
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Post by: SwordlordRoy on November 21, 2018, 02:44:44 AM
I fear I don't have my computer in front of me at the moment and my phone only has limited space. Is there an errata file somewhere to bring what is in the Printed Rulebook up to the current Living Rulebook?

I ask as I have a Copy of the Printed Rulebook (along with Exterminautus 1,2, and 5) coming through Ebay here shortly and was wondering if I need to create my own.
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Post by: MarcoSkoll on November 21, 2018, 03:42:18 AM
You mainly want the file INQFAQ.pdf (http://www.mediafire.com/file/mxzlznidzno/INQFAQ.pdf)

There are also some community errata that build on that, but I don't think they've ever made it to a dedicated document - they usually just keep appearing in player packs for events. That should probably be addressed.
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Post by: RottenHC on July 13, 2019, 07:16:37 PM
Hey MarcoSkoll, I saw your impressive Inquisitor collection, would you mind writing down which numbers of Fanatic and WD include Inquisitor stuff? Thanks is advance
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Post by: gpemby on July 14, 2019, 11:27:22 AM
Hey MarcoSkoll, I saw your impressive Inquisitor collection, would you mind writing down which numbers of Fanatic and WD include Inquisitor stuff? Thanks is advance
You can see all the Fanatic Articles here:
http://www.specialist-arms.com/fanatic/ (http://www.specialist-arms.com/fanatic/)
WD started at issue 257 for a few months before moving to Exterminatus
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