We’ve got the Warlord Titan built and painted so we decided to see how it stacks up against the OTHER big robots GW has – turns out, it’s right in line with the rest of the new Robot Overlords.
The Sticker Shock of Adeptus Titanicus had everyone freaking out a bit. Us too. $290 for the Grand Master edition is…a lot. But after doing the pricing breakdown and really taking at hard look at the best way to get started, the dollar amount wasn’t as steep as we thought.
And then we got our hands on the kits and actually built our selves a Warlord Titan. Now that we physically have one and could put it in a line with the rest of our Big Robots, it’s actually fairly easy to see that the price is right:
- Knight Valiant $170
- Imperial Knight Warden $157
- Adeptus Titanicus Warlord Battle Titan $110
- Primaris Redemptor Dreadnought $65
- Armiger Warglaives $75 (for 2)
Size-wise the Warlord it fits right in the middle – it’s not a tall as the Knight kits, but it’s not as thin as the Armiger. It’s also got just as much detail as the Knight kits which is pretty impressive for the scale. It’s not cheap but if folks aren’t having a problem running armies with 3+ Knights in 40k, it’s really not THAT different from getting a Warlord and a few more Titans for Adeptus Titanicus.
Get Ready to welcome our new Robot Overlords. Adeptus Titanicus Pre-Orders are up now!