Come see today’s pictures from Forge World showing off the new Ordinatus Titan-Killer’s. It’s ENORMOUS!
Via Forge World
The new Ordinatus Ulator on display.
HOLY MOLY, that thing is as big as a Scout Titan laying down! The Ordinadus is about the same cost as a Warhoud’s body without the weapons and is ready to roll with no additional upgrades. I have to say I’m loving these large scale kits that Forge World has been kicking out these days like the Warlord, and the Tau KX139. With ever more oversized plastic kits like the Lord of Battles running around, Forge World has to compete in the size department for your hobby dollars!
A rare and truly arcane weapon system of staggering power, the Mechanicum Ordinatus Ulator is of the smaller classes of Ordinatus, but nevertheless is one of the most potent war machines at the Imperium’s disposal.
In the time of the Great Crusade the Ordinatus macro engines were rarer than even the Battle Titans of the Legio Titanica, and only a handful of Forge Worlds had the resources or indeed the doctrinal blessing and religious authority to produce or maintain such embodiments of the Omnissiah’s divine wrath. Such was the sacredness of these machines above all others, that an entire subcult of the Mechanicum was devoted to their worship and propitiation.
The Ordinatus Ulator carries a trio of Volkite Culverins as its secondary armaments, but its primary weapon is the Ulator class Sonic Destructor. A terrifying weapon whose origins lie in the shadows of the Age of Strife, the Sonic Destructor generates a wave of annihilation that wreaks havoc across the battlefield.
The Mechanicum Ordinatus Ulator is a Lords of War choice for Mechanicum armies in Horus Heresy games. It can also be taken as a Lords of War Choice by Adeptus Mechanicus: Cult Mechanicus and Skitarii armies in games of Warhammer 40,000 using the rules found in The Horus Heresy: Mechanicum – Taghmata Army List.
The Mechanicum Ordinatus Ulator is a complete, multi-part resin kit.
~How big is too big for the tabletop in your book?