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Eldar Super Heavy Vehicles


 A look at our range of Eldar super heavy vehicles ideal for use in Warhammer 40,000 Apocalypse.
 

PHANTOM TITAN

The Phantom is the largest of the Eldar Titans. Tall, slender and graceful, it is agile and fast when compared to the lumbering armoured behemoths of the Imperium. Each of these mighty Titans is the pinnacle of Eldar warcraft , built around a powerful psychic wraith bone core which permits the spirits contained within to flow freely through the Titan, helping to guide the machine and its Steersman pilot.

The Phantom Titan can take the following weapons:

The rules for the Phantom Titan can be found in Warhammer 40,000 Apocalypse..
 

Revenant Titan with Pulsars

The smallest of the Eldar Titans is the Revenant. To aid its combat speed the Revenant is equipped with advanced jump jets and gravitic motors, allowing it to leap, clearing difficult terrain and advancing quickly to harass the enemy, before firing its jets again and withdrawing with equal speed.

The principal weaponry of the Revenant is the pulsar, a high yield, rapid firing laser weapon as only the Eldar can master.

The rules for the Revenant Titan can be found in Warhammer 40,000 Apocalypse.
 

Revenant Titan with Sonic Lances

Revenants have also been encountered with the sonic lance, a short range sonic weapon using the same technology as the smaller vibro-cannon. Its resonant sonic waves shake its target apart.

The rules for the Revenant Titan can be found in Warhammer 40,000 Apocalypse.

ELDAR Scorpion super heavy grav tank

The Scorpion super heavy grav tank is one of the largest vehicles capable of anti-gravitic movement. The Eldar have used the Scorpion to spearhead an all out attack, especially against strongly defended positions where its Pulsars are used to engage enemy bunkers and strong points.

The rules for the Eldar Scorpion can be found in our forthcoming Imperial Armour Apocalypse book.



ELDAR Cobra super heavy grav tank

The Cobra is another of the Eldar Engines of Vaul. The Cobra is an ancient design much like the Scorpion, but re-armed with a massive D-cannon. This is a weapon capable of tearing a hole through time and space, and allowing the Immaterium to flood into the material plane with terrible destructive force.

The rules for the Eldar Cobra can be found in our forthcoming Imperial Armour Apocalypse book.

ELDAR LYNX with PULSAR

The Eldar Lynx is an ancient war machine, much larger than the Falcon-pattern tanks more commonly found in an Eldar Host, yet smaller and faster than the mighty Scorpion and Cobra super-heavy Grav-tanks. A swift and elegant vehicle, manned by a single pilot and equipped with potent targeting systems, the Lynx with Pulsar is a deadly tank hunter. It is able to target the weak points of even the mightiest super-heavy war engines and is capable of high-speed flight due to propulsion technology far more advanced than the anti-grav systems used by the Imperium.

The rules for the Eldar Lynx can be found in our forthcoming Imperial Armour Apocalypse book.

ELDAR LYNX with Sonic Lance

The Eldar Lynx is an ancient war machine, much larger than the Falcon-pattern tanks more commonly found in an Eldar Host, yet smaller and faster than the mighty Scorpion and Cobra super-heavy Grav-tanks. The Lynx with Sonic Lance exchanges the anti-armour Pulsar loadout for the terrifying vibro technology of a Sonic Lance. In this configuration, the speed of the Lynx allows it to isolate and destroy infantry formations, its waves of sonic energy pinning the enemy in place and literally shaking them to pieces.

The rules for the Eldar Lynx can be found in our forthcoming Imperial Armour Apocalypse book.

ELDAR VAMPIRE HUNTER

When Imperial forces bring an Eldar army to battle, one of the Eldar's most potent threats is their aircraft. The Eldar's unequaled grasp of anti gravitic technology means that their aircraft are faster and more agile than Imperial equivalents. The Vampire is capable of travelling at many times the speed of sound and is often used for making swift sorties onto a planet's surface. The Hunter variant sacrifices its troop carrying capabilities to mount two huge Pulsars.


The rules for the Eldar Vampire Hunter can be found in our forthcoming Imperial Armour Apocalypse book.

ELDAR VAMPIRE Raider

The Vampire Raider is capable of travelling at many times the speed of sound and is often used for making swift sorties onto a planet's surface, engaging targets of opportunity and rapidly deploying troops.


The rules for the Eldar Vampire Raider can be found in our forthcoming Imperial Armour Apocalypse book.