Forge World: New Releases & The Titan Builder

Forge World Warlord Titan

Forge World has some new Bits for sale and a shiny new Web App for customizing the Warlord Titan!

via Forge World

LUCIUS-ALPHA PATTERN WARLORD TITAN HEAD £60

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The Titan-wrights of the Forge World of Lucius are hailed across the Imperium as masters of their craft, matched only by the Lords of Mars in the potency of the god-machines wrought within the burning depths of their mighty foundries. The hand of the master-artificers of Lucius can be discerned in the distinctive form of many of their creations, in particular the features of the Lucius-Alpha pattern Warlord Titan head. This notoriously warlike visage was the last sight witnessed by countless foes of Humanity throughout the Great Crusade and is now to be seen on both sides of the galaxy spanning civil war that is the Horus Heresy.

The Lucius-Alpha pattern Warlord Titan Head is designed to fit the Mars pattern Warlord Titan Body. It features a fully detailed interior including a Princeps on command throne and two Moderatii. The kit also includes an additional standing version of the Princeps, and two heraldic shields.

The rules for using the Warlord Battle Titan can be found in The Horus Heresy Book Five – Tempest and the Horus Heresy: Mechanicum – Taghmata Army List. These rules may be used in both games set during the Horus Heresy and in standard games of Warhammer 40,000, in which case the Warlord Battle Titan is a Lords of War choice for Armies of the Imperium and Chaos Space Marines.

This is a multi-part resin kit. It has been made to be used with the Mars pattern Warlord Titan Body and Warlord Titan weapons to create a full Warlord Battle Titan.

 

WARLORD TITAN ARIOCH POWER CLAW £95

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Colossal weapons designed to allow the Warlord Titan both to shatter fortifications as well as engage war machines of their own kind in brutal hand-to-hand combat, Titan power claws are immeasurably strong and durable, able to rend metres-thick steel and granite as a predatory beast rends the flesh of its prey. Many carry additional in-built secondary weapons, such as mega-bolter cannon, to deal with lesser threats such as swarming infantry and fast moving attack craft beyond the Titan’s reach.

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The Warlord Titan Arioch Power Claw is extensively detailed and has been designed to fit the Mars pattern Warlord Titan Body. It includes the option of claws or flat ended fingers, either of which can be used to build the Power Claw as left or right handed. It also includes an optional Vulcan Mega-bolter that can be attached to the back of the power claw.

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The rules for using the Warlord Battle Titan can be found in The Horus Heresy Book Five – Tempest and the Horus Heresy: Mechanicum – Taghmata Army List. These rules may be used in both games set during the Horus Heresy and in standard games of Warhammer 40,000, in which case the Warlord Battle Titan is a Lords of War choice for Armies of the Imperium and Chaos Space Marines.

This multi-part resin kit includes components to construct one Warlord Titan Arioch Power Claw. It can be constructed as either the Warlord Titan’s left or right arm.

 

WARLORD TITAN SUNFURY PATTERN PLASMA ANNIHILATOR £85

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A weapon of terrifying and indiscriminate power, the Sunfury Plasma Annihilator is capable of incinerating entire cityscapes and rendering the strongest armour into steaming vapour. Developed from designs intended for the broadside batteries of void warships, plasma annihilators such as the Sunfury are able to be mounted only on the largest of the Imperium’s war machines, such as Battle Titans, as both the reactor-strength required to charge them and the motive power to wield them demand nothing less.

The Warlord Titan Sunfury Plasma Annihilator is extensively detailed and has been designed to fit the Mars pattern Warlord Titan Body. It is a massively destructive weapon, firing multiple barrages of intense, searing energy that will tear through even the toughest armour of your foes.

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The rules for using the Warlord Battle Titan can be found in The Horus Heresy Book Five – Tempest and the Horus Heresy: Mechanicum – Taghmata Army List. These rules may be used in both games set during the Horus Heresy and in standard games of Warhammer 40,000, in which case the Warlord Battle Titan is a Lords of War choice for Armies of the Imperium and Chaos Space Marines.

This multi-part resin kit includes components to construct one Sunfury pattern Plasma Annihilator. It can be mounted as either the Warlord Titan’s left or right arm.

via Forge World (Chris Thomas)

Today sees three new options readied for the Warlord Titan; the Lucius Alpha pattern Head; the Arioch Power Claw; and the Sunfury pattern Plasma Annihilator. With these awesome new options we wanted to make it as easy as possible for you to choose the right parts for your Warlord Titan, so today we’ve also launched the Warlord Titan Builder!

Warlord Titan Builder

The Warlord Titan Builder is the easiest way to pick the head and weapons to equip your Warlord with. Just click on the cogs on the image and select each component from the menu. The Warlord Titan Builder is the easiest way to pick the head and weapons to equip your Warlord with. Just click on the cogs on the image and select each component from the menu.

And for fun, Forge World also put out a new video showcasing the new Titan Accessories:

These are some amazing new additions to the Warlord Titan Range. The Arioch Power Claw is really impressive for sure! Also, did anyone else notice that the Sunfury Pattern Plasma Annihilator has a magnet in the top of the socket? Yes, that means even Forge World understands how expensive these kits are and that if you’re a Titan Owner you should be magnetizing these kits. But for the rest of us – we’re going to have to settle for playing around with the Warlord Titan Builder and keep the dream alive.

Warlord vs Knight

The Arioch Power Claw is the size of a Knight…

  • Bran D

    Got my bro the face last year for his bday…prolly get him that claw this year…slowly getting him to that point where he says screw it and buys the body 😉

  • Shawn

    Doesn’t matter what the build is, it’s roughly too much money any-which-way. More than I can just throw at it anyway.

    • $1860 per model? This is why I don’t play 40k!

      • Barty

        I doubt many people buy a Warlord with the intention of getting a lot of games in with it.

        • Moik

          There’s this too.

          It’s probably worth the cost in terms of labour, and manufacture, it’s just that for obvious reasons it’s not ever going to be a line product. Who even has the space to store a trio of these monsters??

          Once you finish this monster, you’ve probably ‘won’ the modeling hobby. That’s it, go home, you’re done. Game over, man.

          • Red_Five_Standing_By

            My friend bought one. It is going to take him a long time to build it.

            But eventually it will see play.

          • Azrell

            yeah but who knows if 40k will even have titans when they blow up the universe and redo all the lore.

      • Moik

        To be fair: it’s an artesan made specialist model the size of a toddler. You might as well complain about the cost of beluga caviar.

    • Cergorach

      That model is the size of a small child… The small child is a lot more expensive and will cost you a lot of sleepless nights… It suddenly is a bargain! 😉

      • Shiwan8

        You get to field that small child constantly instead of never. 🙂

      • Davor Mackovic

        but you don’t get to have the fun making that child as well. 😛

        • robertbeason

          If you aren’t having fun making that child you are doing it wrong.

        • Cergorach

          They have balloons for that! Stop making them into baloonanimals and maybe use them for something else…

          • Davor Mackovic

            Just like 40K, they don’t always work a lot of times. 😛

      • Wayne Molina

        Easy solution:

        Take small child. Dress as Titan. Unleash on foes to feed.

        • L-G

          Tyranid Hierophant substitute?

      • Shawn

        cute. However the child, if he falls over, isn’t as likely to break, but I get what you mean. I’d probably never get to use it if I did own one, and I’d be very likely to tip it over or something.

  • nurglitch

    OMG, I can finally own a copy of the Imperius Dictatio, before its refit in M36!

  • Dennis J. Pechavar

    Nerdgasm.

  • finbikkifin

    That power claw is ridiculously cool. Maybe when I win several lotteries and spend a decade learning to model and paint well enough…

  • JP

    You know what? If they gave you the option of having them professionally assemble and paint it for you for free at that price, it might be worth it.

    • memitchell

      Professional assembly and painting can cost twice as much as the Warlord. It ain’t like you can ask for a discount if you have one. Nor, are you going to go cheap.

      • nurglitch

        Plus the hobby is kind of predicated on building stuff yourself. Not everyone can be Blackadder. That’s where FW steps in.

  • Moik

    You had me at plasma.

  • Mr_Pickles

    There just are not enough melee Titans….