It’s big, bright and beautiful. Garfy shares lots of pictures of his Imperial Knight!
Noble Asteraceae’s throne thrummed into life. Ancient, unexplained technologies clicked and whirred like achey joints, an exhaust vent hissed as if the machine was angry. As the Noble sat down, he could feel the connectors joining the ports on his body. Energies of previous pilots flooded into the Noble’s mind altering his mood, he could feel the aggression rising.
Suddenly the throne plummeted, sliding through the Keep’s network of deployment chutes. Anti-grav dampers kicked into life, slowing the rapid descent. With an almighty clang, the throne came to stop. All was dark. All was silent. As Asreraceae opened his eyes the machine powered up. Bathed in a glow from the displays the pilot, uttered a prayer to the Emperor and slid the rune of activation. Adustio Sol’s gigantic pistons contracted and expanded moving the armoured walker towards the fortification’s huge armoured doors. Under hefty weight, the doors creaked open. Optics adjusted to compensate for the brightness of the two Suns. Under his breath, Asterceae growled “Purge the Heretics, for Hawkshroud, for the Emperor, for glory!”
Let me know what you think in the comments? Who would win in a fight? Should I have built a Paladin instead of an Errant?
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