Equally important to the visuals of wargaming is the terrain, an aspect of the hobby I don’t have much experience in. Adeptus Titanicus is my first time making any and let me indulge in recreating ruined buildings from a dead city, an aesthetic I’ve always enjoyed. The ruined terrain was made with the Titanicus Civitas…

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More additions to my Legion Krytos force, this time in the form of a pair of Warhounds. As with many people, I love this ‘scout’ class of titan. The hunched profile and hound like head design are iconic, and the plastic kit for Titanicus does a wonderful job translating the look to the smaller scale.…

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Another Engine joins my Titanicus force, this time in the shape of a Reaver Titan, Torment Of Iron. I’ve always liked the look of this Titan. The hunched form and intimidating face give it a bit of a sinister look, and it’s translated perfectly to this scale. I painted Torment in the same way as…

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Joining my slowly growing force of Legio Krytos Titans is a Reaver class engine. Both my Warlords will be armed with ranged weapons, but I wanted a Titan with some close combat ability, either for aggressive charges or to defend against enemy Titans armed with such. Instead of a walking or striding pose, I went…

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While the 40k scale Warlord Titan is far outside my budget range (and storage space!), the Titanicus Warlord was a great way to add one of Warhammer 40,000’s iconic God Engines to my collection. This is one of the largest models I’ve painted, and all the various mechanical bits and armor panels took a while…

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