Kroot Armour

From 1d4chan
Fig 1. An armoured turkey.

Essentially the Studded Armour of the Tau. The Kroots don't really utilize a lot of the tech gizmos that the blueberries prance around in. Instead, they usually stick with their own tech for added convenience, which includes their armour.

Overview[edit]

Kroot Armour is the plating worn by Kroot in the battlefield. Little more than scraps of metal converted into armoured plating, Kroot armour offers some protection while still enabling the aliens to utilize their considerable fieldcraft and to easily pick their way through forest and cover.

Therefore, it should be important to realize that Kroot Armour is meant to be able to complement in either guerilla or jungle environments. Big, bulky armour is gonna get in the way in the dense foliage. So whatever defensive properties are largely traded in place for a lighter and more flexible armour piece.

Therefore, Kroot Armour actually bears less defence than Flak Armour and is more on par with Ork Studded Armour. If you wanna know why Kroots are made of paper on tabletop, now you know. At the very least, they do their job well.

Armour of Warhammer 40,000
Imperials: Flak Armour - Carapace Armour - Power Armour (Human Power Armour - Dragon Scale Armour
Exo-Power Armour - Space Marine Power Armour - Artificer Armour - Aegis Armour - Auramite Armour
)
Terminator Armour - Centurion Armour
Chaos: Flak Armour - Carapace Armour - Power Armour (Chaos Power Armour - Warp-Forged Armour)
Chaos Terminator Armour - Fleshmetal Armour
Asuryani: Mesh Armour - Aspect Armour - Exarch Armour - Phoenix Armour - Rune Armour
Drukhari: Kabalite Armour - Wychsuit - Incubus Warsuit - Ghostplate Armour
Harlequins: Holo-Suit - Death's Legacy
Orks: Studded Armour - Flak Armour - 'Eavy Armour - Mega Armour
Tau: Kroot Armour - Recon Armour - Combat Armour - Battlesuit - Iridium Armour
Necrons: Necrodermis - Sempiternal Weave
Tyranids: Chitin - Carapace - Armoured Exoskeleton - Armoured Shell