Revenant Scout Titan

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Eldar Titans are large mechanical, bipedal combat walkers produced by the Eldar. Similar to the lumbering Titans that are the greatest war machines of the Imperium of Man, in this case the Revenant Scout Titans combine grace, speed and deadly firepower. These tall, slender war engines are built to be aesthetically pleasing as well as fully functional, standard to the elf faction of 40k. These units are like Warhound Scout Titans only they can actually run and lay down lots of Firepower! Think of the BattleTech Madcat when it made its debut in the Inner Sphere, and you'll get the idea of this thing well enough.

  • Height: 17-20m; approx
  • Crew: 1 crew
  • Weight: 200-300 tonnes; approx

Overview[edit]

As noted, Revenant Titans are ludicrously fast and agile for their size, this high mobility is further supported with the aid of jump jets and gravitic motors (hey Imperium, remember those grav-harnesses you have?), allowing it to leap into the battlefield like a super ballerina. The Revenant is particularly protected by an image-distorting Holo-field projected from the Titan's fins which can confuse auspexes of all types, this is a replacement for heavy armor and void shields used by other races.

The crew of the Revenant consist of one Eldar known as a steersman, whose consciousness melds with the spirits contained within the Titan's wraithbone core until they act like one, similiar to those giant biological mechs from Neon Genesis Evangelion. The most notable aspects of the Revenant however, is the fact that they are often manned by one of a pair of siblings, with the other of the pair piloting a second Revenant close by. This leads to Revenant Titans often hunting in packs like wolves, their actions coordinated by the psychic link formed by their pilots' blood ties.

Weaponry[edit]

A Revenant Primary weapon consists of a pair of Pulsars or Sonic Lances.

Secondary armament consists of a shoulder-mounted Revenant Missile Launcher (now where have we heard that before?), loaded with a plasma warhead.

Forces of the Eldar
Heroes: Eldrad Ulthran - Illic Nightspear - Prince Yriel - Phoenix Lords
Command: Autarch - Avatar of Khaine - Exarch - Yncarne
Farseer - Seer Council - Spiritseer - Warlock
Troops: Bonesingers - Guardians - Rangers - Storm Guardians
Aspect Warriors: Crimson Hunters - Dark Reapers - Dire Avengers - Fire Dragons - Howling Banshees
Shadow Spectres - Shining Spears - Striking Scorpions - Warp Spiders - Swooping Hawks
Exodites: Dragon Knights - Eldar Knight
Structures: Webway Gate
Wraiths: Wraithblades - Wraithguard - Wraithknight - Wraithlord - Wraithseer
Support: Support Weapon Battery - Vyper - War Walker - Wasp Assault Walker - Windrider Jetbikes
Vehicles: Hornet - Falcon - Fire Prism - Firestorm - Night Spinner - Warp Hunter - Wave Serpent
Flyers: Hemlock Wraithfighter - Nightwing Interceptor - Nightshade Interceptor
Vampire Hunter - Vampire Raider - Void Dragon Phoenix
Superheavy
Vehicles:
Deathstalker - Cobra - Lynx - Phoenix - Scorpion
Storm Serpent - Tempest - Void Spinner
Titans: Revenant Scout Titan - Phantom Battle Titan - Warlock Titan
Spacecraft: Darkstar Fighter - Eagle Bomber
Auxiliaries: Harlequins
Vessels of the Craftworld Eldar and Corsairs
Spaceships
Craftworld Craftworld
Space Station Haven Spire
Battleships Void Stalker
Cruisers Light Cruiser (Light Cruiser - Wraithship)
Cruiser (Cruiser - Dragonship) - Phoenix Ship
Escorts Escort
Logistics Eldar Transport Ship
Landships
Titans Revenant Scout Titan - Phantom Battle Titan
Warlock Titan
Troop Transports Storm Serpent
Superheavy Tanks Cobra - Scorpion - Tempest - Void Spinner
Airships
Aerospace Vessels Vampire Hunter - Vampire Raider