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Anyone else thinks its kind of off kilter that they would publish the stats for the warlord titan, and not something more managable like the reaver. I mean using the scale comparision given any model for one would have to about 3 feet tall. I suppose they plan on publishing the other titans on line but still. It just doesnt make much sense to me.
the rules for all 3 main imperial battle titans are there if im right.
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Just the Warlord and Warhound. If you look at the size comparison, that Warlord is going to be about as big as a six year old.....in fact, i'm going to proxy one by covering my niece in cardboard and telling her to hurl her teddies at my hordes of nids.
I can't say I've seen it all but I live for the things that keep me hollow.
For those of you that haven't seen it yet, somebody built an honest-to-god Warlord Titan in 40K scale. And has even used it in games.
Furthermore, this man helped his brother build a Chaos Warlord Titan.
I suspect the Reaver titan was left out because Forgeworld is actively working on a model for it, and therefore rules will be released with the model. However, for the interim, Bell of Lost Souls has posted Reaver Titan rules that should work just fine.
EDIT: And now BoLS has Eldar Phantom Titan rules as well.
ninjabackhand: point and click, again, really? even after i give you an military term "shock tactic" you still call it point and click.
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