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ForgeWorld sells GK Dreadnaughts with a Psycannon arm attachment here: Forge World DAEMONHUNTERS AND ORDO XENOS. And this wiki article: Dreadnought (Warhammer 40,000) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
states taht Daemonhunters have special 'Aegis' Dreadnaughts with Psycannons. However, I have the DH Codex, the Rulebook & the Imperial Armouries...
I can't find a DH Dreadnaught witht the option for a Psycannon. I can see that if a Codex Dreadnaught upgrades to 'Blessed Armour', then it has 'Aegis' Armor... But still no Psycannon attachment.
Dread psycannons are an upgrade listed in IA2.
While they look cool, they're kind of inefficient because you only get a single psycannon for the same cost as a multi-melta or plasma cannon.
Last edited by qsd; August 3rd, 2008 at 17:48.
There is no such thing as a plea for innocence in my court. A plea for innocence is guilty of wasting my time. Guilty.
- Inquisitor Lord Fyodor Karamazov
Your basicly getting an assault cannon with longer range and ignores invulns. While it doesn't have have 4 shots and rending you trade off there.
Ahhh, I see it now. Thanks guys. Anyways, auto-cannons even just look cooler.
On the other hand if you're going up against Daemons (kind of the point) they all have inv saves hence a psycannon makes good sense as this means they get no saves and you can wipe the smug grins off their "I always get to save" faces :-)