The Fellblade name first appeared in the Horus Heresy collectible card game, around the year , though it would not receive rules until after the release of Apocalypse in ; inspired by the inclusion of Baneblades and other super-heavy vehicles in 28mm-scale Warhammer 40, games, Bell of Lost Souls wrote a datasheet for the Fellblade, based on the Baneblade datasheet. It was generally well-received. In , Forge World released a line of books and models tying into the Horus Heresy era, and the Fellblade is part of their first wave of models, coinciding with the release of the first book, Betrayal. It looks like a Baneblade with smooth sides and a larger engine presumably representing the ceramite armor and arc reactor, respectively , topped with a monster Deimos Predator Tank turret with a twin-linked rape cannon on the top.
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The Fellblade name first appeared in the Horus Heresy collectible card game, around the year , though it would not receive rules until after the release of Apocalypse in ; inspired by the inclusion of Baneblades and other super-heavy vehicles in 28mm-scale Warhammer 40, games, Bell of Lost Souls wrote a datasheet for the Fellblade, based on the Baneblade datasheet.
It was generally well-received. In , Forge World released a line of books and models tying into the Horus Heresy era, and the Fellblade is part of their first wave of models, coinciding with the release of the first book, Betrayal.
It looks like a Baneblade with smooth sides and a larger engine presumably representing the ceramite armor and arc reactor, respectively , topped with a monster Deimos Predator Tank turret with a twin-linked rape cannon on the top. Marine fanboys everywhere wet their pants. Variants[ edit ] Like the Baneblade, there are a few Fellblade variants; unlike the Baneblade, Space Marines are creative with naming their super-heavy tanks, as opposed to rolling dice which say "Bane," "Sword," "Storm," "Shadow," "Blade" and "Hammer" on them.
Fellblade[ edit ] 13 Barrels of Hell for Marines. The "original" Space Marine super-heavy, released in Betrayal. The Fellblade was most notable for its use of both Mechanicum atomantic arc-reactor technology clearly it took the Mechanicus years to finally get the STC off of Stark Industries and a reinforced metaplas alloy chassis superior to that of the Baneblade.
It mounted a twin-linked Accelerator Cannon as its primary weapon and would also take to the field equipped with a suite of secondary weapons: a demolisher cannon, sponson-mounted quad-lascannons or laser destroyers, hull-mounted twin-linked heavy flamers or heavy bolters, and a variety of pintle-mounted weapons.
At tons, the Fellblade is lighter than the Baneblade. This can be attributed to its reinforced metaplas alloy which seems to be far lighter than, but just as strong as pound for pound , the ceramite armor found in most Imperial vehicles. This is akin to advanced composite armor in comparison to conventional homogeneous rolled steel.
Also comes equipped with a demolisher cannon and twin-linked heavy bolter. It has double twin-linked lascannon sponsons as well, for extra dakka , which can be switched out for laser destroyers if you have to fight another superheavy. Glaive[ edit ] Nothing like the smell of burning chaos in the morning.
Scaled up, that barrel would be more than five feet wide. Released in Book Two: Massacre, the Glaive Super-heavy Special Weapons Tank or Fellglaive, was a variant of the Fellblade, armed with a volkite carronade, designed to destroy xenos beasts and enemy light vehicles in a single overwhelming shot.
Its primary weapon is so ridiculously overpowered that the Techpriests of Mars only agreed with some acrimony to the Emperors demand that only a tank could be armed with it. Though all eighteen Legiones Astartes received limited quantities of Glaives, the Salamanders and Dark Angels were noted to operate them more regularly. Its rarity was because the Glaive was an overcomplicated trainwreck to produce and cost an equally ridiculous amount of Imperial moolah.
Falchion[ edit ] Oh Lord! There are too many lasers! Too many lasers! Quickly someone tell CS Goto! Also known as the Mammoth in a clear and blatant nod to a particular RTS game. The Falchion uses a potent weapon which combines technologies fielded in the Fellblade and the Shadowsword super-heavy tank.
Like the Glaive, it misses out on a Demolisher and twin-linked heavy bolter, though unlike the Glaive, it must bodily aim its Volcano Cannons at the target: the capacitors for the twin cannons are too bulky to put inside a turret.
Interestingly enough, the Falchion was developed long before the outbreak of the Horus Heresy and as such its prey was not the enemy Titans it would later see such extensive combat against.
As the Great Crusade expanded ever outward, the Expeditionary Fleets encountered a staggering array of foes, some of whom were of a truly gargantuan scale, but all were turned to molten swiss cheese once this tank rolls onto the fields. Forces of the Codex Compliant Astartes Command:.
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Share A Stormsword on the battlefield. The Stormsword is a super-heavy tank of the Astra Militarum that is the result of an ad hoc field conversion of a wrecked Shadowsword tank. The Stormsword has proven very reliable during urban combat, and is equipped to fight in close-quarters and against garrisoned infantry. The Stormsword fills the role of a close-combat super-heavy tank, whereas the Shadowsword fills the long-range role, the Stormblade fills the medium-range role, and the Baneblade fills the "all-around" role, capable of fighting equally well in close, medium, and long-range battles. The first Stormsword was not specifically designed as such by the Tech-priests of Mars. During one long and grinding battle for Coldarkh Hive on a forgotten urbanised world, the Enginseers salvaged a damaged Shadowsword, removed the no longer functional Volcano Cannon , and installed a Hellhammer Siege Cannon in its place. Since the resounding success of that battle, Stormswords continue to be crafted and put to use as urban siege engines.
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