This illustration by Geoff Taylor, was originally used on 'White Dwarf 179 &181 Titan Legions'
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Titan Legions. In this painting by Geoff Taylor the gigantic war machines clash, Imperial Titans against Orkish Gargants, huge metal monsters together with smaller machine similar to tanks and rockets. Iron Man comes to mind.
Titan Legions is a part of Games Workshop's Epic games system for 6mm miniature battles in the popular Warhammer 40,000 setting. It can be played as a stand-alone game, pitting Imperial Titans against Orkish Gargants, but is fully compatible with Space Marine and all it's supplements
The Titans, war engines of the Collegia Titanica, are massive fighting machines as tall as skyscrapers. Each carries an arsenal of deadly weapons powered by the fury of its plasma reactor and is protected by void shields and meters-thick armour. The ground trembles before these steel giants and whole cities are reduced to burning rubble by the earth shattering energies of their weapons. In their long shadows march armies of Knights, sworn warriors of the Adeptus Mechanicus encased in tank-sized suits of battle armour.
Ranged against the Imperium's Titans are the Gargants of the Ork Clans; vast, crude idols to the Orks' brutish gods, wrought in scrap metal, and bristling with primitive but potent weapons. The embodiment of Orkish battle-lust and crazed genius, these metal monsters rumble across the battlefield on armoured tracks, grinding to dust the shattered remains of civilisation.
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