Titans Rock The Battlefield With New Starter Set & More

February 3, 2020 by brennon

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We looked back at the selection of options coming for Adeptus Titanicus last week but it seems like they are arriving sooner rather than later! Leading the way from Games Workshop will be a new Starter Set which is packed full of Knights and Titans.

Adeptus Titanicus Starter Set - Games Workshop

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The new set comes with a bunch of models which are not included in the Grand Master Edition of the game. This means that, if you were to split this with friends, then you'd have a load more options in one set as you build up your Adeptus Titanicus collection.

In terms of the models within the set, you get two Reaver Titans, two Warhounds and then finally two Cerastus Knights. With their array of different weapon options, you can tinker around with them and decide how you'd like to approach either a Loyalist or Heretic force.

Talking of Titans, you are also able to snap up the Warbringer Nemesis which we also saw last week, armed with its immense quake cannon.

Warbringer Nemesis - Games Workshop

This is a rather impressive looking model that you can drop into the mix for whatever side you pledge allegiance too. The gun is about as big as its torso and you can imagine just how devastating this is going to be when it starts blasting chunks out of the enemy.

Titanic Terrain

As well as the miniature options you can also pick up some new terrain. The Adeptus Titanicus Manufactorum Imperialis terrain kit comes with lots of fun new pieces which will start to add another element of awesomeness to your games.

Manufactorum Imperialis - Games Workshop

All of these look like they would be a lot of fun to tinker around with. The modular nature of them also means that you can build up some very different tabletops with just a little bit of shifting around. I absolutely love the massive cranes in particular!

In addition to the miniatures, you've also got a new book, Shadow & Iron which you can find out more about here. It effectively gives you more scenarios, rules and more for The Horus Heresy.

Are you tempted to snap up more for Adeptus Titanicus?

"Are you tempted to snap up more for Adeptus Titanicus?"

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