Tuesday, June 4, 2013

GW catering for the disabled?

It's a giant disabled daemon on tank treads. What's next?Mmeals on wheels. At least it has skullz.

 source: http://pinsofwar.com/warhammer-40k-apocalypse-white-dwarf-july-2013/

and Necrons get weirder...
source : dakka dakka


  1. That is fucking obscene.

    No lizards til August I guess.

  2. I can't help thinking that a squadron of M1A2 tanks, or Leopard 2A6s or Challenger 2s, pick your tank, would blow the bejeezus out of that thing and still have time to machine gun a Bloodletter horde.

    It has a Gatling cannon, but it'd be hard for it to pick off 18 tanks engaging it from 1,000 metres or more with 120mm sabot rounds. It's not like its a small target. And it's chainaxe is useless to the point of comedy.

    Warhammer 40k, such a promising universe, but such silly model design.

    1. I can't even imagine the logistical tail required to keep a thing like that moving. Perhaps you could make some poor sod due a staff check for advancing that thing from Palmerston North to Taihape?

    2. Nice, I'd like to see it move along SH1 from Hunterville to Taihape. At least a Titan can walk over the defiles.

      I guess 'Daemon magic' does the trick for them. The magazine reloads with foe-skulls and the fuel tank with the blood of the slaughtered.

      "Khorne cares not who provides the blood for his ride, it's all the same when he cruises for chicks"

  3. I''m a bit of a fan of robotech/gundam/evangelion and I think the The wraith knight looks nice, the riptide less so, but this SKULLGRINDER is clunky as hell and poorly implemented just like the skull cannon.

  4. Couldn't help but chuckle at the title, and the 'legless' chaos thingy... is it a man sized warrior, or dreadnaught or titan, I couldn't tell...
    Must admit I agree with Tane...

  5. It's hilarious. In just the 40k universe have a whole bunch of lascannons take it off the board.Looks like soemthign you would pick up in a $2 shop.