The Legion Arquitor Bombard returns with a new, deadly weapon system – the graviton-charge cannon. Also available to pre-order today is the glorious softback edition of The Horus Heresy Book Eight – Malevolence.
Legion Arquitor Bombard with Graviton-charge Cannon
Much like its brother armed with the spicula rocket system, the Legion Arquitor Bombard with Graviton-charge Cannon is designed to be a mobile artillery piece that offers close support to advancing Space Marines. It’s available for both Loyalists and Traitors, so whether you’re a follower of the Emperor or Horus you’ll have a new tool to blast through enemy lines.
While it can be equipped with sponson-mounted autocannons or heavy bolters, the Legion Arquitor Bombard’s main weapon is the graviton-charge cannon, which fires energised canisters. When these land, they emit a graviton field of such strength that it binds enemy infantry to the ground and crushes delicate electronics. Not only is it deadly in its own right but it’s also great at slowing down your enemy’s advance.*
Rules for using the Legion Arquitor Bombard with Graviton-charge Cannon will feature in the forthcoming Horus Heresy Book Nine – Crusade and are also available as a downloadable PDF now.
The Horus Heresy Book Eight – Malevolence
This book has been out of print for a while, but today it returns in a beautiful softback edition. It sees the Blood Angels and White Scars join the conflict for the first time, as well as featuring unique units and rules for both of these storied Legions. The book also includes the Signus Prime and Chondax campaign, alongside an introduction of Daemons of the Ruinstorm into the game and extra rules for fielding Talons of the Emperor.
Pre-order the Legion Arquitor Bombard with Graviton-charge Cannon to teach your enemies the gravity of the situation, and pick up The Horus Heresy Book Eight – Malevolence in softback now.
* The Graviton Pulse special rule means that any model caught in the weapon’s blast has to roll under its Strength on a D6 or suffer a wound. In addition, the ground under the blast marker counts as difficult and dangerous terrain for a turn.
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