Up on WHC. Gotta say, lumping the new weapon sprue in with a fresh warlord is irritating. Better than resin upgrades, probably, but not that happy about it, particularly when the bits market for AT seems to be practically non-existent. Fingers crossed on a separate weapon sprue release that actually, y'know, takes advantage of the magnetisation capability they promoted for the warlord, but not holding my breath.
Glad to see the lancers make an appearance though. Good that they're not mixed in with other cerastus variants too (lancer cerastus best cerastus), though they're a little static.
In the months since Adeptus Titanicus: The Horus Heresy was launched, tabletops across the world have shaken beneath the tread of mighty war-engines. Battlegroups comprising Warlord, Reaver and Warhound Titans, alongside Questoris Knight allies, have fought hard and valiantly, and will soon be rewarded with reinforcements – and new battlefields to fight over.
You’ll be able to add a differently armed Warlord Titan to your maniples, with the release of a new version of the plastic kit, complete with a pair of Sunfury plasma annihilators – high-powered plasma weapons capable of burning through even Titan armour – and an optional Arioch Titan power claw, for those Princeps who want to get up close and personal. The kit also comes with a pair of carapace-mounted laser blasters and two choices of head.
Alongside the Warlord will be a new option for your Household Support Banners – Cerastus Knight Lancers. Armed with deadly shock lances and protected by ion gauntlet shields, these Knights come in a set of two, with various arm and head options. They’ll add speed and hard-hitting, close-ranged force to your battlegroup, and between their shields and improved carapace, they’re harder to kill than their Questoris brethren.
Also coming soon are a pair of resin Realm of Battle boards designed for Adeptus Titanicus: The Horus Heresy. Civitas District War Zone Alpha and Civitas District War Zone Beta both represent war-torn urban areas on Imperial worlds. They feature roads blocked by abandoned siegeworks, sculpted buildings, and areas to add plastic Civitas Imperialis scenery to personalise your boards.
All of these new additions to Adeptus Titanicus: The Horus Heresy will be available later this month – keep an eye out for more information. In the meantime, if you want to get started with the game, check out the Rules Set and existing miniatures, such as the mighty Reaver Titan and doughty Questoris Knights.
Edited by Sandlemad, 12 November 2018 - 01:25 PM.