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Forge World: Horus Hersey

Discussion in 'Table Top' started by GreyLegion34, Jul 9, 2014.

  1. Battle Bunnies have done a quick overview of the Talons Of The Emperor from Inferno.

    They quickly cover the Legio Custodes, including the different types of spear they can carry.

    Go a little more in-depth on the Sisters of Silence.

    Then there's the Ordo Sinister.
    Unlike the previous Lore, the Sinister appears to be most if not all Warlord Titans which the Emperor requested of the Mechanicum and then he modified to be psyker-powered and piloted by psychic blanks.
    They have access to the usual Warlord range of weapons, as well as special esoteric weapons from the Emperor's own armoury, plus they project an unnatural aura and use psychic abilities of a Titan-scale.
  2. Inferno is now up on preorder.

    The Horus Heresy Book Seven: Inferno, £80.


    "Within the leather-bound, 312-page book, you’ll find detailed background information on the Fall of Prospero, told across six chapters from The Trial of The Sorcerer to The Seeds of Heresy, exploring the bitter struggle to defend Prospero from the merciless punishment meted out by the Imperium’s forces. Included are full army lists for Space Wolves, Thousand Sons and Talons of the Emperor, allowing you to play the full Prospero campaign – 4 Missions, 3 Conclusion Missions and 3 Legendary Missions are included, alongside a host of special and optional rules."

    "Full background for the forces involved is included: on the side of the Imperium you’ll find Space Wolves, Legio Custodes, Sisters of Silence, Servants of the Warmaster and the Ordo Sinister covered in great detail, with the same care and attention placed upon the background of the forces of Prospero: the Thousand Sons, Legio Xestobiax and the Forge World of Zhao Arkhad."





    Prospero Campaign Collection, £112.

  3. Now up on preorder.

    Cataphractii Iliastus Pattern Assault Cannon, £10 for two.


    "The Iliastus Pattern Assault Cannon is a prototype weapon system designed as a more compact and portable variant of the highly successful Kheres pattern. Unfortunately, during field testing, it was found to be prone to catastrophic failure under heavy use – but being rewarded with the sheer annihilation of the enemy is worth the risk."

    Imperial Fists Legion Cataphractii Storm Shields, £14 for five.


    Imperial Fists Cataphractii Terminators with Storm Shields, £54 for a squad of five.


  4. How much is @Valrak foaming at the mouth over the Imperial Fists Cataphractii?

    It also feels its been quite some time since FW talked about a Character Series Primarch (other than the Companion Wolves for Wolfy McSpacewolf)
  5. GratLurking Recruit

    Them Iliastus Pattern autocannons, I'm curious: Are those the same pattern autocannon that are used for Terminators, or is that the other pattern of AC that's mentioned there? It's certainly not a Reaper, which was also used during the Heresy before it became ka-os only.
  6. Valrak Valrak Arch Cardinal Superior

    Feels good but this is my current project...


  7. I see you have disposable income.

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  8. FW Magnus will be out soon-ish.
    As indicated by the Sneak Peeks we've been seeing.

    Iliastus are a form of Assault Cannon based on the Kheres Pattern Assault Cannon seen on Contemptor Dreadnoughts. It also seems to be the prototype for Assault Cannons you see Indomitus Terminators wielding in 40K.

    The Reaper Autocannon is a twin-linked Autocannon.

    Unless you plan to turn those into HH-era Thousand Sons, those do not belong in this thread.
    *Escorts you from the thread and fortifies it with Sisters of Silence.*

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