Howdy Guys and Girls :)
Next week is a special one - Adeptus Titanicus is finally here. Stay tuned for a review of the rulesbook once pre-orders are up. Oh, and hopefully my Legio Gryphonicus Warlord will be finished 'till Saturday (currently working on the trim :P).
Edit: Added the designers commentary video :)
Via warhammer community
"Adeptus Titanicus is coming out of the gate with a range of boxed sets, miniatures and accessories designed to make getting stuck in simple – starting with the massive Grand Master Edition boxed set…
The Grand Master Edition is your one-stop shop for getting stuck in with Adeptus Titanicus, containing ALL the new releases in one great bundle. Here’s what you’ll get in the box:
To help commemorate the momentous launch of this new version of Adeptus Titanicus, those who pre-order the Grand Master Edition will receive a special collector’s coin. Stocks are strictly limited, with only 1,000 coins available worldwide – so make sure to pre-order early to avoid disappointment.
If you’re not ready to make the jump to getting the Grand Master Edition (or you’re splitting the set with a friend) then the Rules Set is ideal. This boxed set is more than just a rulebook, containing command terminals, weapon cards, tokens and markers to track your games, tactical assets, measurers and loads of dice. In short – all the accessories you’ll need to play your games of Adeptus Titanicus in one handy package."
Models available at launch - Warlord and Questoris Knights:
"So you’ve got your models – now you’ll need some command terminals to use them in game. Command Terminals are a cool new mechanic in Adeptus Titanicus, designed to thematically immerse you in the game while also letting you check out the status of any given Titan at a glance. Let’s take a closer look at one…
Command Terminals display all the rules and points for your units, meaning bookkeeping in a game of Adeptus Titanicus is simple, with no flicking through army books to check unit entries required. The weapon cards are a particularly cool touch – each double-sided card can be added to your Command Terminals to display just what you’re equipped with.
Last, but not least – how do you build your battlefield? The new scale of Adeptus Titanicus required a new type of terrain, so we designed the Civitas Imperialis sets.
This is just the beginning for Adeptus Titanicus, with more Titans, Knights, rules and expansions planned for the future to bring your titanic battles to life."
Can't wait to get more little titans - regards,
Lady Atia :)