Punisher - Great for BRRRRRRRT, and Fast too. However, if you're planning on taking a bunch of Volkite in the form of a Heavy Support Squad and the Contemptor, then it's probably doing much the same as those, AND taking up a HS slot. If it were me, I'd probably drop the HSS and take the Sicaran because it's IMHO the coolest looking variant, but YMMV. Also, a VII Legion HSS with Lascannons is never a bad choice. They could cover your anti-armour, and the Punisher can whip around chomping up infantry.
Arcus - At the moment, this is almost a 'That Guy' choice. It's not broken, but its current rules are very, very good. It's a threat to everything, especially vehicles because one of its missile types gives you D3 rolls on the damage chart for Pens. Try it out by all means, but it may not be a completely beer and pretzels choice.
Caestus - I've not used one myself, but have seen it used to great effect as a means of dropping your Warlord (or a Primarch) and a stack of Terminators into exactly the worst possible place. It's a flyer obviously, so it comes with some downsides and disadvantages, but it's AV13 and hits like a Tank. Think of it like a Mini-Thunderhawk that you can crash into things and you won't be far off. However, again, it's a HS choice, which is getting crowded!
Glaive/Stormblade - Putting these together because you only get one LoW choice and they're kind of similar. I'd put the Glaive over the Stormblade simply because it's a 'proper' Legion tank and, you know, big Volkite gun. However, for all the advantages of the Beam rule its main gun gets, the Glaive still only hits at S8, whereas the Stormblade manages S10, with a 10" blast, no less.
Thank you that helpes alot.
I know the Punisher will do the same as the HSS with Volkite, but on the other side i wont see much armour as most are still building the Legions on a limited budget. So i wont have to fear more than one Spartan or Leviathan Dread.
We will mostly play 2000 Points games, or less, so i want to bring at least one thing to roll a bucket of dice (i missed that with skirmish games).
Same goes for the Arcus Variant cause the firing options are something i like in smaller games for more options.
Didint think the rocket launcher was a bit over the top with Str 8 and 3 dice on the damage chart. I am probably going to test it.
The Glaive is huge, and its just a S8 Volkite ray, no template really, you buy this one for the looks, not for expecting it to perform on the battlefield. All the other tanks built on the same chassi have guns that are better than this one, so if you expect battlefield performance, go for the Falchion instead, although it doesn't look nowhere as cool as the Glaive.
If you want to get any of the Sicaran versions, I suggest that you buy the Sicaran you want (I got the regular one with autocannons), and the you also by this:
Well i would buy the Glaive for the looks, but i wasnt sure if its ok, to bring it to games where others are more limited in their choices. I dont want to kill the fun for the other players cause i brought something to the table thats not fun to play against and i like the image of a gaint beam gun shooting through normal tanks.
Thanks for the Kromlech link, i already orderes there for other projects. But i personal prefer the FW turrets over the Kromlech one, so think to get the Sicaran variant bundle and have all 4. I like them all so its more a question what style i should bring the next game.