The Horus Heresy was first briefly referred to in a 1988 rulebook supplement to Rogue Trader, the first edition of the Warhammer 40,000 wargame. It was expanded later in the same year in another supplement, the first volume of the rulebook Realm of Chaos, subtitled "Slaves to Darkness."
The concept was also elaborated in the rulebook for Adeptus Titanicus (1988), the first Games Workshop Epic-branded tabletop miniatures wargame. Epic-scale-miniature games may involve campaign- or theater-level play that employs large forces, and provides for a correspondingly wider-scale background. This campaign setting included the establishment of the Horus Heresy as an important canon-based element.
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