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Warlord Titan Announced for Warhammer World's Grand Opening


It was very much a given that we would see the Warlord Titan at the Grand Opening event of Warhammer World, and now its official. This mornings Forgeworld Newsflash image (shown above) reveals the new model, although doesn't give us a full showing of it. We will have to wait for pictures from people going to it to see this new model.


via Forgeworld
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  1. Tempest is also available tomorrow :)

    greetings,
    Atia

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  2. is it just me or does the warlord's gun look a bit... small? at least compared to the warlord itself

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    1. Not just you. That shoulder armour is massive.

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    2. Yeah it's weird; I don't know if it's an illustration or an actual photo, either Either way the proportion is a bit off. It seems like they just scaled up the Knight in CAD, though, which is kind of a lazy way to go about redesigning the thing.

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    3. I bet it looks better from the side, where you can see the length of the weapon.

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    4. I could be wrong but I think a lot of the weapons on a warlord (arms) are the same as were on the reaver (at least in the apoc book). So that would hint that the scale should be the same. The warmachine is just larger to incorporate the huge shoulder mounted weapons.

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    5. And the shoulder mounted ones are akin to the warhound titan's arm weapons.

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    6. i see it too, but its probably the dodgey foreshortening theyve done to the picture

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    7. Looks like an illustration, and from the earlier photos the shoulder weapons look like triple barrelled blasters as opposed to the two barrelled warhound version. Though this is a deviation from previous loadouts.

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    8. Normally the warlord titan has its own weaponry for the arms and mounts reaver/warhound weapons on the upper carapace. The arm weapons are unique to the warlord (and are on the imperator but thats a different thing entirely!)

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  3. also, anyone else see those two jawas hiding either side of the warlord's face?

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    1. awesome adam awesome <3

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    2. I just heard a little voice from the Warlord say "oootayneee!". Does anyone know what that means?

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    3. It means "come here" or "get over here" why I know this escapes me

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  4. that princeps fellow is hideous. Reminds me of the SoB Dialogus

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    1. He's supposed to be; he spends half his life floating about in an amniotic tank meshed with a god-engine. That's a lot of pruning up and a lot of pain-feedback...

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    2. the head is fine, its just the rest is so lazy

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    3. ^ i'd bet = it's supposed to look that way, if you put the model in a "glass" tank (plastic pill bottle which is clear) and paint so looks like crappy goop is there then of course you won't see the body......so it being good or not is irrelevant unless it is display only.....then....meh it shares the design flaws as most 40k models.

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    4. Head and tunic look good, but the armor and clamp arm seem poorly thought out... But, on the other hand, it's an event-only model, so .

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  5. Roboute looks exactly like Julius Caesar

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  6. A Ultramarine looking down his nose at everyone, who'd have guessed.

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    1. It's a refreshing change from everyone on the Internet looking down their noses at Ultramarines.

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  7. Ultramarines, 40k's Ancient Roman Imperium at its finest!

    "From Ancient Terra the Emperor commands His Proud Sons.
    From revered Blood-stock these Warriors are made His Proud sons.
    No fear they know as Adeptus Astartes, His Proud Sons.
    Humanity's foes they defend against all, His Proud Sons."

    And then HMKids' Ultramarine theme, and Ultramarine Chant from Chaos Gate.

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  8. I still think this takes away from the whole "miniature" gaming theme.. great model for a gaming club game room centerpiece but no practical purpose other than display.. it moves what..48" per move has a 168" shot range and an apocalyptic blast marker stomp 4xd6? Obviously i don't know the rules but if it were to translate to 40k rules that's what it would seem to equate at that size.. lovely model but it'll probably be very hard to use on a table.. maybe a floor game perhaps.. just a big room with terrain and ruins scattered about the floor.. now that seems plausible and quite fun, alas if my models start requiring their own bedroom we might have some domestic quarrels in the flat, eh?

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    1. The rules are fairly standard as it goes. Just bigger guns and more hullpoints/void shields. No other rules differences (and a 24" minimum range for the carapace weapons)

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  9. just dreading (and anticipating) the day somebody forlornly uploads a pic of their warlord titan, shattered into a billion pieces all across the floor after having taken a tumble from the tabletop.

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  10. Am I the only one who prefers the look of the Lucius pattern warlord (and warhound) over the Mars pattern one?

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