by Niels Dutka, the Preacher











The planet of Arumah has long been ruled by the house of Anath. Recently, a civil war has spread strife throughout the house of Anath.  Lord Seir has subverted those lands that lie West of the river Kishon, bringing his territory into subjection to the dark lords of Chaos.  Within this area lies the tainted temple of Hachilah and the arena of psykers.  The territory smells of decay, and even the trees have dried up and lost their life.  Duke Othniel, faithful to the Imperium, retains those lands East of the river, including the fortress-convent of Keilah and an Imperial supply depot.  Healthy vegetation dots the landscape.  Lord Seir and Duke Othniel are both royal members of House Anath, but their struggle for domination has created a house divided.

If you intend to play this map as scripted, you will need to use “fixed” starting positions.  Player 1 can be any Imperial army (Space Marines, Sisters of Battle, or Imperial Guard).  Player 2 is a Chaos army.

This map is designed for two players.  It is suitable for play against a live opponent or for a single player to fight against the computer AI.  It is designed so that you can use any combination of victory objectives desired.  Although scripted to be a battle between Imperial and Chaos forces, the map is designed so that you can use any combination of armies you prefer.  The map is large, 512 x 512 in size.  The map contains a total of 2 slag deposits, 2 relics, 3 critical locations, and 20 strategic points.

Download "A House Divided"  version 1.5 (File size: 2.01MB) posted July 17, 2016


Celestial Zealots

convent of the Imperial

Sisters of Battle






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"To be honest, i tried out two maps only, the first was (a house divided) and it was great, huge for (2) players but great.  My second map was (Relief of Bastogne) huge, snow terrain (my favorite), tree cover for infantry, but i was a little tiny bit disappointed to see that i have small area to build and wait my units to go a long linear path to reach a certain destination in the map.

I do not mean to be rude, but these are my remarks about these two awesome maps, and i am definitely going to try the rest.

Thank you for your efforts, and i am looking forward to download more of your maps."

-submitted by Frans Waleed from Iraq on June 22, 2017.